I’m not one for a ton of superhero books, but when I find one thats really good and sucks me I gotta keep going and GUN definitely did that.
…GUN is far more impressive than it has any right to be… a fine-tuned comic with its own voice and a distinctive look.
–Will Dubbeld, Hammond Comics Blog
It has a rough around the edges indie charm to it, which along with the inventive world building and compelling characters makes Gun into a book that should be a sure-fire hit!
…Foster is tapping into the swagger and pulpy goodness of yesteryear… What’s great about [his] work is that he’s having a blast. His love for the old school approach is apparent in every hand-drawn and hand-colored panel. This is a character-driven narrative with room for subtlety and wry wit.
It’s a comics noir story about a super-villain and his super-villain friends and how they work together, how their society operates, how they bond and the limits of those bonds.