Earlier this year Scott McDaniel, Marvel and DC Comics artist best known for his work on Daredevil and Nightwing, launched his own comic book series, writing and drawing IT: The Secret World Of Modern Banking for little-known publisher BlackBox Comics with a title that seemed to fight against the action adventure expected but tapped into global concerns regarding the world and the people who really run it all.
And it was a modest hit. Enough that McDaniel is going for it again, writing a new IT: The Secret World Of Modern Banking series but bringing in Filipino artist Heubert Khan Michael, best known from drawing Vampirella comics, to draw the second series.
Bank Information Technology expert Evan Adonis works at the nexus of the bank’s communications and data networks. The executives’ corruption, lies, revenge, and abuse he discovers is terrifying. In the internally corrupt world of modern banking, the IT expert is both the most powerful asset and the most hunted liability
IT: The Secret World Of Modern Banking Vol 2 will be out at the end of September. You can check out more of Heubert’s work at his DeviantArt page right here.
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