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The Ambassadors #2 (of 6)

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Universal acclaim

Based on 5 critic ratings.

The six best people in the world will be given superpowers by a Korean billionaire who’s cracked the superhuman code. First up is an Ambassador for India and his training at their secret Antarctic base.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
32 pages
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Cover Artist
Variant Cover Artist

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    The Ambassadors is a shocking creative explosion, the social and political response to this premise that mixes lottery and superheroes is undoubtedly fascinating and realistic.

    Karl Kerschl presents some very delicate art filled with lighting that successfully highlights all the awesome technology that revolves around these created superheroes.

  • 95

    Lyles Movie Files

    Millar hasn’t done a lot of action so far, focusing more on the characters and their backgrounds before unleashing bad guys for them to fight. Ambassadors is showing plenty of promise and while the slow burn might be worrisome for a limited series, Millar has shown a willingness to continue expanding tales of books that resonate with readers.

  • 90


    Overall, this second issue dives straight into the action in introducing us to the person who goes onto be names Codename India, as well as set out the parameters of the Ambassadors power set and limitations as well as hint at possible problems in the near future. Quite a good deal covered with more outstanding art. And, Travis Charest coming next!

  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: An impressive and entertaining follow up to the first issue that not only introduces some new characters to the mix, but also ramps up the intrigue. Millar does a wonderful job of world building with this series and these characters and the journey that Binnu takes within the story is compelling and relatable. I continue to be engaged with the world of these characters and what is building within it.

    The Art: Kerschl delivers some beautiful art throughout the issue. The visuals are thrilling and visually fun throughout.

  • 80

    Major Spoilers

    My love/hate relationship with the work of Mark Millar sometimes makes his books difficult to appreciate, but The Ambassadors #2 hits a real sweet spot, combining nuanced and detailed art with a story that so far falls on the idealistic side of the spectrum. I really like where this one is going so far, and hope that when it’s all over, I feel the same way.

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