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  • Author:
    JUSTIN GREY,Various,Jimmy Palmiotti
  • ISBN:
    1401221572
  • ISBN13:
    978-1401221577
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    DC Comics (April 7, 2009)
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    144 pages
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Don't Lie' collects & Hex' issues 31 through 36 (2008). All issues were written by the team of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti. Mask' (issue 31) sported a great cover by Richard Corben, an illustration which also is used as the cover to this & graphic novel

Don't Lie' collects & Hex' issues 31 through 36 (2008). Mask' (issue 31) sported a great cover by Richard Corben, an illustration which also is used as the cover to this & graphic novel.

Hex: Lead Poisoning' compiles issues 37 through 42 (2009). All writing was done by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. Issue 37, & Comes in Threes', is a Jordi Bernet-illustrated, humorous tale featuring a trio of female bounty hunters, the leader of which looks like an extra- pneumatic version of & from the Archie Comics.

All Star Western's main tale is about Jonah Hex and his "sidekick" Dr. .Justin Gray is the go-to Jonah Hex writer and he's doing a great job with All Star Western. The art is also good. Arkham (who later founds Arkham Asylum, natch) and their adventures in Gotham City, circa 1880s. Jonah has his own brand of justice and Jimmy Palmiotti knows how to write a good yarn. Lately there have been a lot of early history comics on Gotham involving Batman's ancestry and this book is no exception. The book is not really for kids, with villains and heroes taking bullets in a spray of red across the panels. Women shot, blood everywhere.

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Featuring legendary artists including Darwyn Cooke ("The New Frontier"), . Williams III ("Batman"), Jordi Bernet ("Torpedo") and Rafa Garres ("2000 AD"), with all-action scripts by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti, "Jonah Hex" is the greatest Western comic ever! show more. Format Paperback 144 pages. Justin Gray is a hot new writing talent whose work includes Batman, Battle for Bludhaven, Birds of Prey, Daughters of the Dragon, Monolith and Punisher.

Fresh off the finale of 'Jonah Hex' which successfully saw into its 70th issue, Gray, Palmiotti and Moritat are taking . Justin Gray: We were sad to leave the book and at the same time we felt blessed to have those seventy issues and to work with so many talented people in the process.

Fresh off the finale of 'Jonah Hex' which successfully saw into its 70th issue, Gray, Palmiotti and Moritat are taking the reigns of 'All-Star Western' to bring fans more stories featuring Hex set in Gotham long before the Dark Knight took residence there. Obviously we have a genuine affection for Hex and his world, but we’re able to keep working with him under the new 52 title.

Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray. Now, Quentin Turnbull is out for vengeance on the man he believes is responsible for killing his son - and that man is Jonah Hex!

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Hideously scarred and tougher than dirt, Jonah Hex burned a trail across the Wild West as a bounty hunter and gun for hire taking on the most dangerous of contracts and leaving in his wake a trail of the dead.Along with tales pitting Hex against a slew of rough and tumble vigilantes, this volume includes a story with art from superstar creator Darwyn Cooke (DC: THE NEW FRONTIER), which drops Hex into the heart of snow-choked Canada on the heels of his latest bounty.

Knights from Bernin
continue enjoying these books. Progressing through the whole series and there is no let up on action and interesting stories.
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`Bullets Don't Lie' collects `Jonah Hex' issues 31 through 36 (2008). All issues were written by the team of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti.

`Red Mask' (issue 31) sported a great cover by Richard Corben, an illustration which also is used as the cover to this `Bullets' graphic novel. This is a well-written tale centering on double crosses, double-double crosses, and a search for stolen loot. Paulo Sisqueira provides outstanding artwork, although his depiction of massive head wounds might be too graphic for some readers.

`The Matador' (issue 32) sees regular artist Jordi Bernet return; his artwork seems makeshift and cartoony compared to Sisqueira's in the previous issue. This tale sees Jonah South of the Border, dealing with Mexican machismo gone sour.

`The Hunting Trip' (issue 33) has Jonah North of the Border, mixing it up with Canadian Mounties. I found this issue's artwork, by Darwin Cooke, to be overly cartoony as well; plus, there is so much first-person external narration that many panels wind up being overwhelmed by text boxes.

`Outrunning Shadows' (issue 34) is one of the best stories in this collection, with outstanding artwork by Mark Sparacio and a good script about Jonah trying to take the straight and narrow path.

J. H. Williams III also contributes some fine artwork to issue 35 and `A Crude Offer'. The story starts with a violent combat with well-equipped desperadoes, and then takes a very weird turn. There is an `autumn' theme to the artwork and coloration that makes this issue stand out as another of the better entries in this compilation.

The `Bullets' compilation winds with issue 36, titled `Seven Graves Six Feet Deep'. Rafa Garres provides the illustrations, and while his work has a unique kind of warped energy, its contorted, figurative style and murky coloration make the panels difficult to make out. The storyline deals with Jonah, a backwoods colony of freed slaves, ex-Confederates with a grudge, and racial conflict; somewhat inevitably, there is a preachy tenor to the goings-on.

All in all, `Bullets' gathers some of the better Jonah Hex comics and those fans of the series who lack the individual issues will want to get this compilation.
Quellik
After reading a Jonah Hex trade, the reader will come to realize that while each story is built as a stand-alone work, each also deepens the character of Jonah Hex. Utilizing a variety of artists for their stories, the writing team of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti seem to have a great sense of how to play up the skills of each creator's artistic strengths, such as design elements, visceral rendering or storytelling. Jonah Hex doesn't live in a pretty world. His life is surrounded by misery, tough life, hardship and tough decisions. The highlights of this trade are Darwyn Cooke's breathtaking art and story. JH Williams contributes another captivating tale, adding multiple level story elements to the sequentials.

If there is any Jonah Hex trade that one might consider "must have", I'd say this is the one.