With the Chairmen held up in an old Italian villa once used as a fortress, Miss Helena
Meanwhile, the Chairman sends out his guards to protect him, while he... well, it's implied he's going to... lets say "abuse" one of the woman he has taken. Elsewhere, Helena's reporter buddies toast to their friendship with her, as they hear the explosions signaling she's starting her thing.
Helena storms the compound, gas mask in hand, throwing gas grenades left and right. She comes across the Lion dude who gave her a whooping a few issues ago, but this time beats him easily, by electrocuting him.
She later corners the Chairman, who tells her that the Italians will protect him and he'll never be convicted of anything. Helena gives a speech about not caring about the law, caring more about justice, as she fires an arrow into the Chairman killing him.
Yep. More or less the same. That's why this write up is so short, I just didn't feel like detailing out "oh it's another one of those issues where Helena just storms in beating up dudes. They also mention early on that I guess the women Helena saved killed Moretti last issue... sure, why not. Just make a detail like that known through a single line. Kind of weird.
If anything, this issue had a bit more of an impact due to the ending, but the issues so far have been so formulaic and dull that the impact is pretty weak. I'm surprisingly indifferent to what Helena did... it's just... eh.
The good side of the coin is that Marcus To's art still remains the highlight of the book.
All in all, the issue is once again, just more of the same... Helena goes in, fights some dudes, then it ends. There's nothing really wrong with it, it's just boring.