“Hoboken Blues”, the second chapter in the Max Payne 3 comic series produced by Marvel, is now available to read in its entirety and additionally downloadable as a PDF at www.rockstargames.com/maxpayne3/comics.

Hoboken blues 

Written by Dan Houser and Remedy’s Sam Lake, and featuring cover art by Jorge Molina with pencils and inks by Fernando Blanco, “Hoboken Blues” is loaded with flashbacks to Max’s past that help to explain how and why he’s at where he’s at in Max Payne 3, including the fallout from his actions in Max Payne 2 that led to him becoming a semi-permanent fixture at a dive bar on the other side of the Hudson.