I've always thought Fischig was pretty bad ass really, I love that picture of him there, looks suitably intimidating and would be a hell of an agent to have alongside you from his looks alone. I agree completely about Bequin, as they could have made her overly classicly good looking and beautiful, but as you said, her beauty is more subtle there and it makes it work that much more. As for Eisenhorn, I think he looks mostly the same in the first two, but you can still tell it's that same Eisenhorn from the first two in the third, only ravaged of course.Thats Fischig? Never would have thought. He looks perhaps too badass based on how he's been described. Looks like Judge Dredd.
And wow E. looks different in each cover, the last one was pretty surprising for me. I like Bequin's subtle beauty. It isn't overwhelming like I imagined.
And Ravenor looks completely different than how I pictured him. He looks Elvish which is pretty cool.
Yes i felt its little james bond myself too, but i absolutely loved the train scene.I think Ravenor is a fairly substantial improvement over Eisenhorn, who I felt was very "James Bond-ish" at times (particularly when he's on the grav train with his ladyfriend) and therefore felt slightly contrived.
Best trilogy from BL imoI stopped reading the Eisenhorn series around the time of the titan and Bequin thing, was never sure whether to continue with Ravenor etc Wondering if I should try get a refreshed of where I got up to and then continue, are they any good?