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Review: Devil’s Highway #2

Devil's Highway #2

One of the most underrated movies of the 1990s was In Too Deep. It starred Omar Epps and a still new to acting, Todd Smith AKA LL Cool J, in what started out as a procedural drama and turned into a tense thriller. Epps played an undercover cop that goes into the underbelly of Cincinatti’s drug ring. Smith, in a role which he actually shined in, played a ruthless drug kingpin.

As the movie shows just how embedded one can get when pretending to be somebody else. As Epps investigation gets him to the top of the organization, unearthing a treacherous network. AS the mindset one has to deal with on that level, tests the moral compass of even strongest. In Devil’s Highway #2 Shannon gets in deeper, but not without consequences.

We are taken to Scott County, Minnesota, where a young woman who works as a street walker, gets an unexpected surprise, one that may be fatal. WE find Shannon getting an early Xmas present, and from someone she assumes is harmless, when simultaneously there is a call for a found dead body on the scanner. Shannon thinks something is fishy, and her research leads her to find out that there is an intricate network of sex traffickers. By issue’s end, Shannon , is getting closer to the truth of what happened to these women and her father.

Overall, Devil’s Highway #2 is a great second issue that is relevant and exciting. The story by Benjamin Percy is wonderful. The art by Brent Schoonover and Lee Loughridge is wonderful. Altogether, it’s a great entry in the series that puts a spotlight on a very relevant issue.

Story: Benjamin Percy Art: Brent Schoonover and Lee Loughridge
Story: 10 Art: 9.6 Overall: 9.5 Recommendation: Buy

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