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All-Star Western #4 (Ain't none of my business Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:55 pm

This is one of my favourite books of the DC relaunch now, Jonah Hex is just such a bad-ass and it’s a lot of fun seeing him outside his element in Gotham. This issue tackles a serious issue in child abduction, but it was still enjoyable, and Gray and Palmiotti really let Moritat go crazy with disturbing imagery and grotesques, the sick child in the orphanage is a haunting image. Moritat’s backgrounds are also fantastic, the underground mine was amazing. The back-story about Barbary Ghost seems interesting too, but I hope the character isn’t actually supernatural, I think this book should try and be as realistic as possible, especially when in the new DCU superhumans didn’t come into being until 5 years ago.

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