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Aspen: Executive Assistant Overview
Published on Monday, November 1, 2010 by

Publisher: Aspen
Writer: David Wohl
Artist: Eduardo Francisco
Cover: Joe Benitez

I like the general premise. Iris is a secretary, body guard, and assassin all wrapped up in an executive assistant. She stays close to the employer and then does what has to be done. Over the course of the series it reveals her back story of the orphans brutally trained to be executive assistants.

Besides peeks at this super-model-esque woman I don’t know what else this series has to offer that is original and new. This series has the traditional strife between a well intentioned assassin and her morally corrupt employer. She falls in love with a man.

The art is consistent cover and interior. It highlights the female forms and doesn’t bother anything else.

Overall, the art and story are better than Roger Corman’s Black Scorpion. The concept of beautiful assassin with a conscience is better explored in David Mack’s Kabuki series with inventive introspective interior illustrations. Iris is an alright series.

Iris will return in 2011. If you’ve missed this title and need a corrupt corporate story then this might be a title to check out.

Other thoughts? Read the full reviewon the Pryde

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