Graphic Novel:Golden Handshake, Part 2
| Golden Handshake, Part 2|
An American in Paris
|Issue #: ||44 ||Released: ||July 31, 2007 |
|Story by:||Steven T. Seagle & Duncan Rouleau|
|Art by:||Tom Grummett|
|Colors by:||Chris Sotomayor|
|Produced by:||Invisible College|
|Easter Egg:||Behind-the-scenes image of Masi Oka|
|Previous:||Golden Handshake, Part 1|
|Next:||Golden Handshake, Part 3|
|Not everything is always as it seems.|
|Before Noah Bennet, Claude, the invisible agent for the company, partnered with a different man: Haram. Together, they trailed Fusor, an elusive killer with a withering touch. Haram had a grudge against Fusor, who had escaped Haram several times in the past. Haram, unfortunately, found the tables turned on him, when Fusor laid a deadly trap for the company men...|
With Claude's help, Haram escapes drowning and they resurface next to the pier in Côte d'Azur harbor with Monsieur Pizet's arm. However, Rollo Fusor and his accomplice get away. The Company tracks them to Paris, France and Claude and Haram go there to capture them.
Using binoculars, they spot Rollo Fusor, his accomplice, and what they think may be their next victim. However, when they storm the hotel room where they are located, Rollo Fusor and the other man are both dead, and the lady accomplice is missing. They determine that the lady accomplice must have had the power all along. Then, Haram shouts to proceed to the roof.
- An American in Paris is a 1928 composition by George Gershwin. He wrote the piece as an "impression of an American visitor in Paris" as he "absorbs the French atmosphere" and succumbs "to a spasm of homesickness."
- For images from Golden Handshake, Part 2, see images from Golden Handshake, Part 2.
- For other uses of golden, see golden (disambig).
- For Tom Grummett's original art from Golden Handshake, Part 2, see here.
- For an interview in which Duncan Rouleau and Steven T. Seagle discuss the Golden Handshake series, see Interview:Golden Handshake.
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