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David Solomon is a priest in New York. At least, that's what he tells his kind and old mum. Because she has heart problems and would get a heart attack if she ever discovered he was a police officer. Commonly known as "Soda" to anyone in New York who is not his mother, his daily life is filled with violence and death. Both of which often involve a handgun that could put down an elephant with one bullet - Soda's handgun, obviously. Assisted by fellow cop (and romantic partner) Linda Tchaikovski and other fellow cop Babs, Soda has numerous adventures in New York, as well as a few back in his home town Providence in Arizona. Each adventure is served with copious amounts of bullets, destruction, death, religious terminology, and of course humour.

Soda is a European comic strip written by Philippe Tome, with art from Luc Warnant for the first two books and from book 3 onwards Bruno Gazzotti. It elegantly mixes serious business, religious themes (often tongue in cheek or parodied), guns and the results of their use, extremely spectacular accidents, and humour. Soda is likely one of those comics that could only come into existence outside the United States, as it has all the elements to totally infuriate any religious person.

Tropes used in Soda include:

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