Published by Markosia Enterprises
Release date: July 1, 2014
96-page graphic novel
Available in print & digital formats
Story & Letters: Wes Locher
Pencils & Inks: Emre Ozdamarlar
Interior colors: Kefas Armando
Cover colors: Kell Smith
Logo: Amanda Kent
It’s Ocean’s Eleven meets Payback when career thief Spencer “Spade” Shelton, finds himself back in New York City one year after escaping prison. When the heist he’s planned goes wrong, his mobster victims come after Spade and his crew for both their money and their vengeance!
Tipped off to Spade’s presence, the clock is ticking as N.Y.P.D. detectives race to stop The Undoubtables from pulling their next big bank robbery. The thieves must stay one step ahead of the law while doing their best to stay alive.
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WHAT READERS ARE SAYING
“…Locher has something really neat on his hands. Undoubtedly, this is one you should pay attention to.”
– @ Comic Book Therapy | Read full review
“The Undoubtables is a smart and fun graphic novel, with all the style and excitement of the best heist movies.”
– Steven W. Alloway @ Fanboy Comics | Read full review
“If you’re looking for a fast-paced, intriguing crime comic, than look no further than The Undoubtables. Wes Locher keeps the pedal buried and doesn’t let up until you flip that last page.”
– Brad Gischia @ Bag and Bored | Read full review
“If you are a fan of crime thrillers with an interesting cast of unique characters, look no further than this 96-page, action packed graphic novel.”
– Daniel Celabu @ FA Comics | Read full review
“Billed as ‘Ocean’s Elven’ meets ‘Payback’ the Undoubtables is an interesting story of crime and revenge.”
– Chuck Suffel @ What’cha Reading? | Read full review
“…it has this blending of the shows Breakout Kings mixed with the Usual Suspects to create this oddly fun and entertaining world.”
– Steven Leitman @ Indie Comix | Read full review