Some of you may know I’m off on vacation to Maine, to a place called Acadia national Park. Here’s how that went. P.S. No, we did not get stranded on Bar Island. That would have been a bit drastic, though people have gotten stranded there before. Advertisements
The president?! What in the world of comics is the President of the U.S. doing in a crime/thriller novel? It doesn’t make sense. But when the President is in Newark on business, and there happens to be hitmen in that area, it’s kinda hard not to get him involved.
Olav Kortaz is a Korean Warrior and Vincent’s accomplice-in-crime. He has a bag full of dirty weapons and tricks, mainly the laser shurikens, ninja firearms that target people or objects with a computer and lock on them. He seems to do everything casually, but underneath he is planning for his latest job yet.
Vincent and Olav have a nasty ride to New York on a stolen Lufthansa A340 tailed by dozens of missiles and two German War Jets. They finally meet Jacques and drive off, only to find themselves chased by the police again… I drew this picture using this reference:
The precise German setting revealed: the city of Munich! The third largest city in Germany, Munich gets into chaos when Vincent and Olav attempt to kidnap the millionaire they’re after. News starts screaming headlines, crazy rumors start spreading, German police are on sharp lookout on Metro stations, Boulevards, parks, and more places, shops start closing … More Hostage: Dial M for Munich
Vincent, Olav, and Jacques are about to have a clean getaway with their crime when the police show up, along with the entire TV Crew. USA Today starts live streaming and soon the whole world knows about the hitmen…
Both Vincent and Jacques are serial killers. But for some reason they did not murder anyone in the story..