The Fellowship was fortunate enough to obtain a copy of SECTION ZERO #1 from Image Comics. The story is written by Karl Kesel; with art by Tom Grummett and Karl Kesel, colors by Ben Dimagmaliw, and lettering by Comicraft’s Richard Starkings.

Section Zero is a team of unique people that investigate unusual occurrences that happen around the world as a secret part of the United Nations. The team is in Southeast Asian country Siatok to save Thom Talesi, a teen who due to a magical tattoo becomes a spider-like humanoid for 24 hours. Upon returning to base, the team is given a new assignment: investigate the killings of livestock in Australia. The team heads off with Thom as a new member, not knowing what is ahead of them or what is going on back home...

Kesel and Grummett are no strangers to superpowers, secret organizations, and the supernatural. These guys created the Kon-El/Conner Superboy. This book has the similar vibe as that series, so we are in for a real treat. Speaking of treats…check out that art. Grummett’s style is so dynamic, a classic superhero look that is nothing less than amazing. Kesel’s script is a fun ride that does a nice job introducing the characters and setting up what lies ahead. Check it out!

SECTION ZERO #1 is in stores now or available at www.imagecomics.com.