Things Go From Bad To Worse In ‘The Names’ #6 [Preview]
We at ComicsAlliance are suckers for a good mystery, and over the past six issues Peter Milligan and Leandro Fernandez's The Names has proven to be exactly our cup of tea – this high-suspense psychological thriller follows Katya Walker, a woman seeking information about her husband’s sudden death, who comes into conflict with a world-dominating techno-financial cabal called The Names, and finds herself in an uneasy partnership with her stepson Phillip, fighting for her life while searching for answers.
It's a story full of brutal action, advanced technology, hairpin plot twists, and carefully layered concepts, populated by psychopathic murderers, mind-controlling financiers, corrupt cops, and mysterious digital beings known only as "The Dark Loops" – and, courtesy of DC/Vertigo, we're excited to bring you this exclusive first look at pages from issue #6, which hits comic shops next week!
[WARNING: The following preview contains graphic imagery and strong language.]
Here's the full solicitation for the issue:
THE NAMES #6
Written by PETER MILLIGAN
Art by LEANDRO FERNANDEZ
Cover by CELIA CALLE
On sale FEBRUARY 4 • 32 pg, 6 of 9, FC, $2.99 US • MATURE READERS
Katya’s relentless search to find her husband’s killer shifts into a different gear. Philip comes face-to-face with the mother – who should be dead! – and the Dark Loops expand their bizarre and bloody campaign! Twists, turns, mother-and-child reunions and a shockingly explosive climax await!