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Modesty Blaise and Willie Garvin, her partner, are lured into a faked kidnapping plot - but when a real kidnapper strikes, all hell breaks loose in 'Cry Wolf'. Also including 'Take Me To Your Leader' and 'Highland Witch', this collection features an introduction by the band Sparks, and story introductions by Peter O'Donnell. Modesty Blaise and Willie Garvin, her partner, are lured into a faked kidnapping plot - but when a real kidnapper strikes, all hell breaks loose in 'Cry Wolf'. Also including 'Take Me To Your Leader' and 'Highland Witch', this collection features an introduction by the band Sparks, and story introductions by Peter O'Donnell.


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Modesty Blaise and Willie Garvin, her partner, are lured into a faked kidnapping plot - but when a real kidnapper strikes, all hell breaks loose in 'Cry Wolf'. Also including 'Take Me To Your Leader' and 'Highland Witch', this collection features an introduction by the band Sparks, and story introductions by Peter O'Donnell. Modesty Blaise and Willie Garvin, her partner, are lured into a faked kidnapping plot - but when a real kidnapper strikes, all hell breaks loose in 'Cry Wolf'. Also including 'Take Me To Your Leader' and 'Highland Witch', this collection features an introduction by the band Sparks, and story introductions by Peter O'Donnell.

30 review for Cry Wolf

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    More perfection. “Take Me To Your Leader” involves an complex UFO-aliens hoax (all the fad in the mid ‘70s) in the Pacific Ocean foiled by our heroes. The Highland Witch refers to an ugly hag who tosses the niece of a rich dude she’s got captive over a Scottish waterfall, involving Modesty and her hilariously insulting fly fisherman fling in a haunting scam. “Cry Wolf” features wolves but refers more so to a spy-swap-capture espionage deal in Lapland, one of the rare instances of Tarrant trying ( More perfection. “Take Me To Your Leader” involves an complex UFO-aliens hoax (all the fad in the mid ‘70s) in the Pacific Ocean foiled by our heroes. The Highland Witch refers to an ugly hag who tosses the niece of a rich dude she’s got captive over a Scottish waterfall, involving Modesty and her hilariously insulting fly fisherman fling in a haunting scam. “Cry Wolf” features wolves but refers more so to a spy-swap-capture espionage deal in Lapland, one of the rare instances of Tarrant trying (unsuccessfully of course) to get one over on our fearless duo. Idiot.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Richard Clay

    'Take Me to Your Leader' would appear to be the place where Alan Moore came across the basic plot for 'Watchmen', though, being a very different writer to O'Donnell, he did very different things with it! 'Take Me to Your Leader' would appear to be the place where Alan Moore came across the basic plot for 'Watchmen', though, being a very different writer to O'Donnell, he did very different things with it!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nial

    Thoroughly enjoyed these stories. Very much recommended

  4. 5 out of 5

    John

    Fun assembly of mid-1970s Modesty strips, including a story inspired by the success of junk science paperback Chariots of the Gods. The sex and violence is very PG-rated, but really no worse than Steve Canyon in the 1940s. Imagine reading this every day in your newspaper.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jo Bennie

    What great fun! A collection of the wonderfully dated Modesty Blaise magazine comic strip, great adventures, a slick proto Lara Croft ass kicking mystery solving girl and her hunky rough diamond side kick.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dan Grendell

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    Imelda Lopez

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    Kathleen

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    Håvard Karlsen

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Mris

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    Mia Tasic

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    Lynn

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    Max Worrall

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    Lionel

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    Michael

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    Mike Lamb

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    Brett Bydairk

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    Janika Puolitaival

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    Anthony

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    Shaun

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jan Sørensen

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rol_endimion

  26. 4 out of 5

    Shyue Chou Chuang

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    Sandra

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    Elfbiter

  29. 5 out of 5

    I.D. Roberts

  30. 5 out of 5

    Drea

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