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Collecting the hit Special Ops thriller that Fanboy Comics calls "a realistic story about the teams that protect us, without us ever knowing it." Follow Team Omaha from Uzbekistan to Somalia to Minneapolis on their globe-trotting, high-octane, and high-tech execution of Warfare Without Warning! Collecting: The Activity 6-11 Collecting the hit Special Ops thriller that Fanboy Comics calls "a realistic story about the teams that protect us, without us ever knowing it." Follow Team Omaha from Uzbekistan to Somalia to Minneapolis on their globe-trotting, high-octane, and high-tech execution of Warfare Without Warning! Collecting: The Activity 6-11


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Collecting the hit Special Ops thriller that Fanboy Comics calls "a realistic story about the teams that protect us, without us ever knowing it." Follow Team Omaha from Uzbekistan to Somalia to Minneapolis on their globe-trotting, high-octane, and high-tech execution of Warfare Without Warning! Collecting: The Activity 6-11 Collecting the hit Special Ops thriller that Fanboy Comics calls "a realistic story about the teams that protect us, without us ever knowing it." Follow Team Omaha from Uzbekistan to Somalia to Minneapolis on their globe-trotting, high-octane, and high-tech execution of Warfare Without Warning! Collecting: The Activity 6-11

30 review for The Activity, Volume 2

  1. 4 out of 5

    Frédéric

    The plot tightens... We're switching from seemingly unrelated invidual stories to something bigger. Some characters gets more fleshy, some probably will soon. They're human after all, but so professional, it gets frightening. The depiction of the ISA actions smells truth. Being no SOF myself, I couldn't tell but it looks so real, it's good enough. A must read if you like good SOF stories, no flashy, no one-explosion-every-2-pages stuff. Solid stories that might give the reader an insight of the wo The plot tightens... We're switching from seemingly unrelated invidual stories to something bigger. Some characters gets more fleshy, some probably will soon. They're human after all, but so professional, it gets frightening. The depiction of the ISA actions smells truth. Being no SOF myself, I couldn't tell but it looks so real, it's good enough. A must read if you like good SOF stories, no flashy, no one-explosion-every-2-pages stuff. Solid stories that might give the reader an insight of the work of these unseen and unsung heroes.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Andy Scott

    Enjoyable look at elite intelligence gathering unit - Nathan has a good knowledge of his chosen subject and portrays the missions without the usual Gung Ho attitude that accompanies this type of Graphic Novel. The books are short and focus on the mission and technology leaving very little room for characater development - hence the 3/5

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    Great graphic novel inspired by ISA It is kind of funny that a graphic novel series is probably the best open source information about ISA, but it sort of is true. As well, they are interesting and entertaining fictional stories heavily inspired by reality.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stefan

    I’m glad I stuck with the series, I found this volume to be a better read than the first one.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    Only if you're into Call Of Duty. Only if you're into Call Of Duty.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Justin Harrison

    the most kick-ass bit of graphic novel bad-assery you'll ever read! do yourself a favor and run a copy down......now! the most kick-ass bit of graphic novel bad-assery you'll ever read! do yourself a favor and run a copy down......now!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michael Meadows

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    Bobbyrozzell

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    Lector

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    Brett Bukowski

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    JT

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    Ed

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    J.J

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    Carlos

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    Mackenzie Melo

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    Lionel

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    Matthew Curtis

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    Kent

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    Rob Sullivan

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    Jadevrie

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    Mark

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    Richard

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    Bill Sawyer

  29. 4 out of 5

    tim

  30. 4 out of 5

    Atit Patel

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