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He used to play a dangerous game, running cash for the mob. Now he calls himself Tango, and he lives in a little village rising like a small island out of the rocky sea of the Andes. He's made a few friends since he arrived, with whom he's got a lot in common: they've all got secrets from their past, and they're not exactly who they say they are. One by one, their secrets are revealed in a storm of violence when old friends come knocking, demanding past debts be paid. High up in the Bolivian hills, a mountain community is once again upended by the arrival of strangers and the troubles they seem to bring with them."The Tango series is perfectly escapist comics, with plenty of welcome cinematic parallels." Women Write About Comics"The first thing that strikes you in this comic is the art. Rolling vistas of mountains and it all looks amazing. This scenery could be stills from a western!" Three Million Tears

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He used to play a dangerous game, running cash for the mob. Now he calls himself Tango, and he lives in a little village rising like a small island out of the rocky sea of the Andes. He's made a few friends since he arrived, with whom he's got a lot in common: they've all got secrets from their past, and they're not exactly who they say they are. One by one, their secrets are revealed in a storm of violence when old friends come knocking, demanding past debts be paid. High up in the Bolivian hills, a mountain community is once again upended by the arrival of strangers and the troubles they seem to bring with them."The Tango series is perfectly escapist comics, with plenty of welcome cinematic parallels." Women Write About Comics"The first thing that strikes you in this comic is the art. Rolling vistas of mountains and it all looks amazing. This scenery could be stills from a western!" Three Million Tears

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When his past caught up with him in South America, Tango took care of the situation and made a new friend along the way, Mario. The two men leave the desert behind for the open sea, but when Mario grows bored sailing around the Caribbean, they stop on the tiny island where Tango's grandfather lives. What should have been a nice family visit, however, quickly turns into a violent confrontation. Trouble has a way of finding him (or is it the other way around?), but Tango's got a knack for getting out of it. He may be an outlaw, but his sense of justice is sharp. Comfort and convenience are tossed to the wind when it's time for Tango to protect the ones he loves."The Tango series is perfectly escapist comics, with plenty of welcome cinematic parallels." Women Write About Comics

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For our two fugitives turned sailors, Tango and Mario, the next stop on their voyage around the West Indies is beautiful Curaçao. There they'll meet Charles, a charming Frenchman who's clearly hiding something. The three go on together to Panama City, and it's not long before Charles catches the attention of the American authorities. And they're not the only ones who want to get their hands on this expat on the run... Bullets will fly, with Tango once more caught in the middle."The Tango series is perfectly escapist comics, with plenty of welcome cinematic parallels." Women Write About Comics

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