Writer: Brian Smith
Illustrator: Brian Smith
Colors: Mike DeVito, Jon Conkling
Color Assists: Josh Norwood, Tim Conkling, Don Pielert
Letterer: Sarah Smith
Publisher: Th3rd World Studios
Cover Date: September 2011
Cover Price: $3.99
Title: “The Curse of Buddha’s Tooth”
Thomas Fleet is the Intrepid Escapegoat, a world renowned escape artist, who along with his trusty assistant Isis, travel the world performing amazing feats of magic. The square-jawed gentleman goat’s assistant, isn’t just named Isis – She’s the real Isis – whom he rescued from a pyramid in Cairo months ago.
The pair travel about, not only performing spectacular magic tricks, but also debunking those who would use “magic” to con gullible people. Fleet is like the Amazing Kreskin if Kreskin were a suit wearing goat in 19th century England with the Egyptian Goddess Isis as his assistant. Um, yeah…
Isis is depicted as a small girl in the comic, but when the part is held up by a few young urchins in the streets of London, she really shows off her powers.