Title: Smoketown # 2
Publisher: Scout Comics
Written by: Phillip KennedyJohnson
Art by: Scott Van Domelen
Cover by: Dustin Mollick
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Website: www.scoutcomics.com
Comments: Here we look in on a soldier’s view of life. Marcus made a young friend in Nabi while serving.
We also see Marcus as he returns home. Now things are going just fine for him. Then something strange starts happening. Marcus is not alone.
Back while Marcus was serving he met two Taliban. He still remembers it now. He still sees the horrors of his time in the army.
Marcus has been having a hard time readjusting to civilian life but he has found a way to help. Now Marcus we see is shown feeling so much better.
He has found an outlet for his skills and training as a soldier. It is also an outlet for his hidden feeling about what happened while he served and how traumatically he was affected.
Marcus is a good man that was just pushed a little too far. Now he is dealing with his troubles in a way that releases his pent up emotions.

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Title: Smoketown # 2 Publisher: Scout Comics Written by: Phillip KennedyJohnson Art by: Scott Van Domelen Cover by: Dustin Mollick Price: $ 3.99 US Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Website: www.scoutcomics.com Comments: Here we look in on a soldier's view of life. Marcus made a young friend in Nabi while serving. We also see Marcus as he...