|JDM #205 ©Rebellion A/S|
Publisher: Rebellion A/S
Published: April 11 2003
ISBN/print: monthly magazine
Size/binding: A4 magazine
Cover: Mark Harrison
Title: Bad Karma part 4/Time Killer
Artist: Simon Davis/David Pugh & Glenn Fabry
Story:During breakfast Rohan shares his experience with Rak and Ritra, and his willing to pass on the Lords of Karma proposition/sentence because of what has happened to his dad in the past. Later, Rohan meets Lakshmi again at Mirabai's father's shop where she continues to persuade him to accept his sentence. Meanwhile, Rak and Rita seem to be on a secret agenda trying to find a worthy sacrifice to Kali by challenging some homeless people in an alley (6 pages).
Comments:We learn that Mardaka has the power/Siddhi of seeing, hearing and passing through walls. We also learn than in addition to be a Tantric magic master, Rak excels in martial arts.
Pat Mills makes a humoristic/serious statement in this strip about the contemporary idea of a hero:
Rohan: "But I can't be a hero. I'm not american."
Lakshmi: "How dare you? How dare you? You think the oldest civilisation in the world can't have heroes? You think only the youngest civilisatin has a monopoly on courage?"
Other publishing form:
|bad karma 2013|
- Time Killer part 11 (2000 AD #421, June 8 1985)
- Time Killer part 12 (2000 AD #422, June 15 1985)
- Time Killer part 13 (2000 AD #423, June 22 1985)
- Time Killer part 14 (2000 AD #424, June 29 1985)