A Canny Uncanny #1

Here are some advance pages B&W unlettered pages from the new comic by Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell, cheekily titled “Uncanny”, from Dynamite.

I’m getting a somewhere-between-John-Cassaday-and-Sean-Phillips vibe from the art. Maybe even an “Action Constantine!” feel.

That’s a good thing.

Weaver is unique, or so he thinks. Born with an uncanny ability, he can steal other people’s skills – their memories, abilities, and expertise – for a limited time. A man with a power like that could change the world; but as a professional gambler, con-man, and thief-for-hire, Weaver prefers to look out for number one. That is, until he finds himself drawn into a dangerous game of international intrigue where the rules keep changing, the players are hidden… and the first thing he stands to lose is his life. And maybe, just maybe, he isn’t so unique after all…


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