Monsters, are they born or are they made. What is it within people that turn them into whatever they become. Some look at Assassin's and see just that, a monster, others look and see a necessary evil. It is all a matter of perspective. Yet, that still doesn't explain the nature or nurture theory. This is the story of how an Assassin is made. The talents that he has, go beyond training. It has to be something more. Though not every ability that he has is an asset. After proving himself, he'll have to do the impossible. Even knowing the risks involved, he jumps forward to do what's right. The presentation of what is seen is given to you in bit by bit instead of all at once. Though a bit slow at first, the story builds as it carries through. What it's building to will not leave you disappointed. It may be different than you expect but even so, there is something to be appreciated. Complex conflict is a bit of an understatement, the action is high adrenaline and there are surprises around every corner. This may not be for everyone, but it will fit a larger audience than it will repel. Is this the last we'll see of Rap and the team? Or will there be more to come... Time will tell.