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Review: Search for Hu #5

A son returns home to his parents after serving in the military to get sucked into a deadly family feud. Search for Hu #5 wraps up the series with an action packed issue that reveals who was behind the hit.

Story: Jon Tsuei, Steve Orlando
Art: Rubine
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual

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Exclusive Preview: Search for Hu #5

Search for Hu #5

Writers: Steve Orlando & Jon Tsuei
Artist: Rubine
Colorist: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual
Cover: Rubine and DC Alonso

Aaron Tse came to China to avenge family against family, diving into a generations-long feud that caught him and his parents in the crossfire. Now, on the other side of a blockbuster heist, Aaron’s dodged a bullet from an unexpected gun. And with a blood relative in his trunk, and the endgame on his mind, he races towards the true source of the hit on his mother and father. Fists up – it’s the final round!

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Review: Search for Hu #4

A son returns home to his parents after serving in the military to get sucked into a deadly family feud. Search for Hu #4 delivers tons of action as the gang war increases.

Story: Jon Tsuei, Steve Orlando
Art: Rubine
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual

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Exclusive Preview: Search for Hu #4

Search for Hu #4

Writers: Steve Orlando & Jon Tsuei
Artist: Rubine
Colorist: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual
Cover: Rubine and DC Alonso
$3.99 / 32 pages / Color / On Sale 12.22.21

There’s no time for Aaron to mourn the loss of those close to him when the Margolis family plans a brazen heist on a Hu drug shipment. All goes according to plan until it doesn’t and the heist turns into a knock-down, drag-out battle through the streets of Dalian.

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Review: Search for Hu #2

A son returns home to his parents after serving in the military to get sucked into a deadly family feud. Now, in Search for Hu #2 he must meet the cousins he never knew he had.

Story: Jon Tsuei, Steve Orlando
Art: Rubine
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual

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Vault Announces a New Release Date for Fox and Hare #1

Vault has announced that due to Covid-related delays, the release of Fox and Hare #1 has been pushed back to February 2022.

In the announcement, Vault Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Adrian Wassel said:

Fox and Hare is one of the better comics I’ve ever read, let alone had the honor to edit. When it became clear that Jon and Stacey wanted to sharpen the punk of their cyberpunk series to cut even more smartly through the realities of today, we all agreed it was the right call to move the release back. Yes, COVID has thrown a wrench in the works, personally and professionally for just about everyone, and, yes, the supply chain is chaotic right now, and, yes, all of that factored in, but quite simply: Jon and Stacey are making a masterpiece — reclaiming Asian identity in a genre that has a long, problematic history of fetishization and erasure, in equal measure — and I’ll stand by them taking exactly as long as they need to make it their perfect story.

Fox and Hare is written and co-created by hit writer Jon Tsuei and co-created and drawn by star artist Stacey Lee.

When black market coder Aurora Yi uncovers top secret data that has tapped into the past lives of the citizens of Mazu Bay, her world is turned upside down. The mega corporation Synastry Designs wants its data back and is hot on her trail. Aurora has no choice but to turn to the Fox and the Hare, the most feared mercenaries in the city, for protection.

Review: Search for Hu #2

Search for Hu #2

Well, it looks like a Chinese/Jewish family drama might be one of the most unexpected interesting comics of the year. Aaron has a gun to his head by his cousins and must do what he can to prove he is who he says he is. Search for Hu #2 is a traditional “mob” story in many ways but features a family that’s so unexpected. The story is about a family composed of Russian Jewish refugees who fled to China and married a Chinese family resulting in a twisted tale of two families both in the crime business but split down the middle and at war.

Jon Tsuei and Steve Orlando have crafted an interesting story featuring characters you don’t see often. The Chinese mob being featured in a story isn’t something that necessarily that stands out as surprising. It’s the Russian Jewish immigrant aspect of it that makes it really unique. Seeing Chinese characters reciting Hebrew for the loss of individuals caught me off guard… and it’s awesome! The comic has done an amazing job of taking some little known history and folding it into a familiar concept and story and it has worked really well so far.

Tsuei and Orlando pack a lot in the issue. Not only does Aaron need to prove who he is, he must figure out how to interact with his cousins. Both of whom are a little weary of their newly arrived family member. There’s also a ton of action through which the two writers explore Aaron’s past in the military. Not only does that add some depth to the character it more importantly helps explain why he’s able to do what he does. It shows the training he’s received through the trauma he’s experienced.

The art by Rubine is solid. With color by DC Alonso and lettering by Carlos M. Mangual, the comic continues its solid style that fits perfectly in a mob drama. There characters are all full of personality with their look. But, it’s the body language that really stands out as the position in certain moments and look on a face tell far more than dialogue ever could.

At its core, Search for Hu #2 is a mob story. It’s really that simple. But, it’s the details that make it really stand out. Not only are the characters interesting and engaging but the motivation of waring family is even unique. For those that enjoy a more action filled mob family drama, this is one to definitely check out.

Story: Jon Tsuei, Steve Orlando Art: Rubine
Color: DC Alonso Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual
Story: 8.0 Art: 8.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy

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Review: Search for Hu #1

A son returns home to his parents after serving in the military to get sucked into a deadly family feud.

Story: Jon Tsuei, Steve Orlando
Art: Rubine
Color: DC Alonso
Letterer: Carlos M. Mangual

Get your copy now! To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

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Jon Tsuei and Stacey Lee’s Fox and Hare Comes to Vault

Vault has announced Fox and Hare, a thrilling new cyberpunk series co-created by writer Jon Tsuei and artist Stacey Lee.

When black market coder Aurora Yi uncovers top secret data that has tapped into the past lives of the citizens of Mazu Bay, her world is turned upside down. The mega corporation Synastry Designs wants its data back and is hot on her trail. Aurora has no choice but to turn to the Fox and the Hare, the most feared mercenaries in the city, for protection. Rebellion. Reclamation. Rebirth.

Fox and Hare #1 will hit store shelves in November 2021, and will debut with a variant cover by Vault Cover Artist-in-Residence, Yoshi Yoshitani.

Review: Star Wars: Guardians of the Whills

Head back to Jedha for this prequel story to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Based on the Novel by: Greg Rucka
Adapted by: Jon Tsuei
Art: Subaru

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