Private investigator Jack McGriskin makes his entrance into his own storyline, much to the annoyance of Boston police detective Charles Martin.
McGriskin’s irreverent attitude and and “nosieness”, like any good PI, makes him a pain the butt to those whose toes he steps on. Especially when they know he can probably get the job done faster and more efficiently than they can.
In issue two of Political Science, McGriskin and Martin put aside their differences to solve the case, but things quickly get a little too hot to handle. McGriskin realizes discretion is the better part of valor, even if Martin doesn’t. But he’s a bulldog, and he doesn’t give up that easily.
Jack’s world is populated by the occasional superhuman, like himself, though they aren’t all able to “pass” as he can. Fang, a recurring sparring partner, probably resents that almost as much as he does Jack’s interference. As if Jack cares for any longer than it takes to lay the smack down!
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