The eighty-ninth comic: #467 Torpedo 1936

I sometimes love stories about antihero, people who aren't a traditional hero but that you end up following through their story, if not rooting for. The line between one and someone who becomes repulsive can be thin, though, and Torpedo 1936 goes too far off the wrong end.

The most egregious examples are several instances of rape as a payment for a hitjob he's done, which feel unnecessary and over the top, and are the biggest crime in the series completely failing to build any empathy for the character. He's a dick, he seems to delight in killing as many as possible and it's all probably pretty realistic, but doesn't make for anything approaching a good comic. It'd be good if that changed, but as it is this feels like a comic to avoid.