Barrier #1

Barrier #1 Details

It's been a few months since the end of our first series, THE PRIVATE EYE and Brian, Marcos and Muntsa are back and proud to present the first issue of their newest effort, BARRIER! This unconventional drama about violence, language and illegal immigration is planned as a 5 part story. We hope you'll like it enough to help us get there!
As usual you can pick up this oversized 52 page comic-book for whatever price you want to pay at www.panelsyndicate.com.

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    Barrier #1 Reviews

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/WARNING: SPOILY BECAUSE I SUCK AT REVIEWING GRAPHIC NOVELS AND THIS ONE WAS PRETTY MUCH JUST A TEASER OF WHAT’S TO COME AND I’M AN OVER...

  • Alejandro

    Brian K. Vaughan for free! This is a single comic book issue given in the Free Comic Book Day event of 2018, featuring the first part of a 5-part miniseries by none other than Brian K. Vaughan.Crea...

  • Sam Quixote

    The Panel Syndicate team behind The Private Eye – Brian K Vaughan, Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente – return for a great new digital comic: Barrier! Texas cowgirl Liddy and her Mexican employee Ba...

  • Sans

    First, the format. Landscape. Every page. Bit difficult to read. Not great.Second, I don't read (or speak or generally understand) Spanish, but I don't think not knowing really detracts from the story...

  • Jason

    A white female rancher who speaks English and a Hispanic immigrant who speaks Spanish are abducted by an alien spaceship and must work together and get over their prejudices to escape. An interesting ...

  • Keliani

    How can a comic with so little words be so strikingly beautiful? I love how the format made it feel so expansive. Haven't read the rest besides #2 but have read this multiple times now again recently....

  • Carmen

    I picked this up from FCBD not knowing anything except Vaughan's name, and was pleasantly surprised at the exploratory aspects of the issue, from its landscape orientation to the English and Spanish s...

  • Natalie Wagner

    I'm super intrigued by the story, and the color work is awesome. It'll be fun to see where it goes next. This would be kind of a tough read for someone who has only a basic level understanding of Span...

  • Andrew

    I picked this up during Free Comic Book Day! I didn't even realize the creative team of the book when I picked it up (solely because the cover is rad). I thought this was a great prologue, and I can't...

  • Kait

    I struggled with the Spanish a bit, but I am glad Image and these creators are willing to try something multi-lingual that could be a hard sell for American readers.The story has grabbed me thoroughly...