‘Miles To Go’: A New Comic About A One-Time Teenage Government Killer All Grown Up From AfterShock
by Olly MacNamee
AfterShock Comics have a new book ready to be released from writer B. Clay Moore, artist and colorist Stephen Molnar and letterer Thomas Mauer featuring a single-mother and one-time assassin. A killer career that was all but over by the time she was thirteen. Wait… thirteen?
Luckily Moore expands on this in the official press release for new title, Miles to Go:
The story follows Amara Bishop, who spent her formative years as the apprentice to a government-sponsored assassin, and is now a single mother struggling to figure out why she’s never succeeded at anything in life the way she did at, you know — killing people. When she and her daughter Alea find themselves attacked in their home, she joins an aging colleague of her former mentor’s and begins to unravel her past as she fights to secure her daughter’s future.
A government spook who’s now been all but abandoned by the same government that trained her and used her up. Here’s a first look at Miles to Go #1 new series that’ll be out on September 9th.
Amara Bishop is a newly single mother with a long-buried past. Raised by an alcoholic father in a rundown trailer, Amara was a child when she learned to kill. And she hasn’t killed anyone since she was thirteen. When her aging mentor is murdered, and her daughter is threatened, that will soon change…