Hank Johnson: Agent of Hydra #1

Hank Johnson Agent of Hydra Hey there comic reader Have you ever wondered what Hydra agents do during their downtime No Wellen uh go read Hail Hydra For everyone else with a burning desire to see a Hydra agent letting it all

  • Title: Hank Johnson: Agent of Hydra #1
  • Author: David Mandel Amanda Conner Michael Walsh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hey there, comic reader Have you ever wondered what Hydra agents do during their downtime No Wellen, uh, go read Hail Hydra For everyone else with a burning desire to see a Hydra agent letting it all hang out, this is the book for you Be thrilled as Hank picks up his kids from school Be amazed as Hank talks with Hydra s HR department And be stupefied as Hank wiHey there, comic reader Have you ever wondered what Hydra agents do during their downtime No Wellen, uh, go read Hail Hydra For everyone else with a burning desire to see a Hydra agent letting it all hang out, this is the book for you Be thrilled as Hank picks up his kids from school Be amazed as Hank talks with Hydra s HR department And be stupefied as Hank wishes he had picked a different line of work From Curb Your Enthusiasm executive producer David Mandel, Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra will have you looking at faceless henchmen in a whole new light.

    One thought on “Hank Johnson: Agent of Hydra #1”

    1. Ah, the everyday bullshit that comes with being a low-level Hydra goon Apparently, getting your ass kicked by Nick Fury on a weekly basis isn't the worst thing that can happen to you. Nope, the tedious day to day minutiae of life is what wears a man like Hank Johnson down.This isn't something that you need to read, it's just a super cute one-shot about a shlubby Hydra Agent and his ridiculous life as a henchmanand a family man.Attending Hydra funerals with the wife?Poor Gerry.Hail Hydra!Ooooh, I [...]

    2. Hank Johnson is poor schmoe working for HYDRA. This is what he's done when he's not HYDRA-ing.This is some funny shit, a few days in the life of less than successful HYDRA agent. His wife nags him about getting a job at AIM. His kids go to the Baron Strucker Academy. He gets sexually harassed by Madame Hydra. This is just a sampling of what befalls Hank Johnson.The art and tone is very reminiscent of Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. If you ever wondered what HYDRA agents did during their down time, you' [...]

    3. Nick Fury breaks into a Hydra facility, knocking out two guards before continuing his mission. But we linger on one of the guards and then cut to him out of uniform sat at his kitchen table nursing his bruised noggin and looking miserable. This is Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra! I haven’t read many of them but I’m calling it: this one-shot comic is the best Secret Wars tie-in! Seinfeld/Curb Your Enthusiasm writer David Mandel gives us a funny look into the everyday life of an ordinary Marvel s [...]

    4. Meet Hank Johnson. He's just a normal guy with normal problems. He's got a family that adores him.A new boss who has some odd requests.His jobAgent of Hydra.Hank Johnson Agent of Hydra is a funny look into the life of a Hydra Agent. Let me tell you it's not as glamorous as it looks. Despite putting his life on the line against superheroes daily, Hank can't afford a nanny. His wife gives him a hard time and his kidswell they're just kids. Plus Hank seems to get knocked out by Nick Fury often.Hail [...]

    5. A short comic depicting the day-to-day life of Hank Johnson, an agent of Hydra. Poor guy just wants to help his organization take over the world, but he can't afford a nanny, his boss may be sexually harassing him, and he keeps getting hit by Nick Fury. Why won't anyone give the poor guy a break?This is one of the best things Marvel has gotten out in recent years, I love it.

    6. Hank Johnson: Agent of Hydra is a fun one-shot in the vein of Marvel's other quirky comedy series such as Hawkeye, Ant-Man and Secret Avengers. Comparisons to the latter are even more fitting as the issue is drawn by the great team of Michael Walsh and colourist Matt Wilson. While I didn't find David Mandel's story quite as funny as others have, it's definitely worth a read if you've enjoyed the humour of the Marvel line-up in recent years.

    7. Funniest thing I've seen in a long time:Otherwise, a decent concept but ho-him execution. Wouldn't vote to continue this with the same writer. Maybe Nick Spencer has a hole in his calendar?

    8. It's a one shot written by the executive producer of curb your enthusiasm, so i thought it would be good but nope it was pretty, pretty, pretttttty bad!It definitely takes elements from curb, as if larry david was a hydra agent, i did pick this up thinking it was hydra bob, because why wouldn't we want a hydra bob issue than this hank guy, and the whole plot is like a poor curb episode. Overall avoid, it's definitely best left as a one off!

    9. This is the most utterly stupid, unnecessary, unfunny, senseless comic that I have read in a long time.Waste of time and money, avoid at all costs.

    10. It was good. Funny sometimes. And, I liked what they did with Steranko's material. Made me wanna go back and re-read it again for the millionth time. I like the series, and I'll continue reading it, hoping it gets better for me, and for Hank. The only thing that I didn't like is that it was supposed to be BOB. Agent of Hydra. Who the hell is Hank? I'd gladly kill Hank and rename the title or something. So Marvel, please, do yourself a favor and bring Bob the title he deserves.

    11. I don't usually count the single-issues I read on , but this issue is just a one-shot, and a good one, so I made an exception. This is akin to a slice-of-life manga: a bunch of quick, chronologically ordered jokes following the lives of Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra, and his family. Hydra agents are the red-shirts of the Marvel Universe (and, hilariously, they understand and accept this as a mundane occupational hazard), but here we have one at the front of a story. What makes this story work is [...]

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