The Ambassadors #2
Written by Mark Millar
Art by Karl Kerschl
Colors by Michele Assarasakorn
Letters by Clem Robins
The Rundown: A young man’s sacrifice will open up a new world for him in the Ambassador program.
Binnu Bhatia really wants to impress a girl he likes named Gita. Unfortunately, he is painfully shy. When a terrorist attack puts Gita in danger, Binnu does something unexpected and heroic. Something that will get the attention of Choon-He and her Ambassadors program.
Binnu wakes up and discovers that he has been chosen to become the superhero of India. After some training with his new powers, he learns some hard truth about how long he’s been away and his return home will come with a proposition from an unexpected source.
The Story: An impressive and entertaining follow up to the first issue that not only introduces some new characters to the mix, but also ramps up the intrigue. Millar does a wonderful job of world building with this series and these characters and the journey that Binnu takes within the story is compelling and relatable. I continue to be engaged with the world of these characters and what is building within it.
The Art: Kerschl delivers some beautiful art throughout the issue. The visuals are thrilling and visually fun throughout.