Snake Plissken has made it to the ”free” Republic of Florida, where he has his first run-in with the twin gods running the state. Is it good?
Escape from New York #2 is the typical thirty pages in a comic book, but it feels a lot longer. The main reason is the sheer amount of dialogue that occurs within the book. Many of the panels have so much dialogue it takes up over half the panel!

Chris Sebela offers an interesting critique on the meaning of freedom. The twins who rule the ”free” Republic of Florida let their citizens do what they want as long as they serve in their military and are not supposed traitors to Florida. Hell, Sebela takes it a step further when the twins negotiate with Snake out of the barrel of a gun.

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