Kismet, Man of Fate
Punching Nazis used to be more than a meme. In 1944, it was a vocation. And no one put his gloved fist in the faces of more fascists than the Man of Fate, the Algerian Operative, our man in Occupied France — Kismet.
Then, he disappeared. Gone without a trace…until now.
Back from beyond, Kismet finds a new world of gay rights, quantum physics, and computer technology along with the old evils of bigotry, greed, and ignorance at a crossroads. Twenty-first-century America needs more than a superhero. It needs an ally.
Writer: A. David Lewis
Artist: Noel Tuazon
Colorist: Rob Croonenborghs
Letterer: Taylor Esposito
Editor: Tyler Chin-Tanner