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    Dave Crosland,Stefano Caselli,Skottie Young,Tim Seeley
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Tim Seeley (Author), Stefano Caselli (Artist), Dave Crosland (Artist), Skottie Young (Artist) & 1 more.

Tim Seeley (Author), Stefano Caselli (Artist), Dave Crosland (Artist), Skottie Young (Artist) & 1 more.

Tim Seeley (Goodreads Author), Stefano Caselli. Skottie Young (Artist). Dave Crosland (Artist). Hack/Slash Omnibus Volume 1 (Paperback). Published October 1st 2010 by Image Comics. ISBN: 1607062739 (ISBN13: 9781607062738). Paperback, 300 pages. Author(s): Tim Seeley (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 1607062836 (ISBN13: 9781607062837).

Hack/Slash is a comic book series, launched from several one shots of the same name, published by Image Comics (previously by Devil's Due Publishing). The series was created by writer and sometime penciller Tim Seeley. The series follows horror victim Cassie Hack as she strikes back at the monsters who prey upon teenagers.

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Artis: Stefano Caselli, Skottie Young, Tim Seeley, Dave Crosland. List Hack/Slash Omnibus's chaps.

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At the end of every horror movie, one girl always survives... in this case, Cassie Hack not only survives, she turns the tables by hunting and destroying the horrible slashers that would do harm to the innocent! Alongside the gentle giant known as Vlad, the two cut a bloody path through those who deserve to be put down... hard!

i was expecting it to be more details then just talk about one the next jump to another
This book was alright.

The art and the colors are very pretty. The story-lines range from very good to occasionally being poor. I am a bit luke warm on this book mainly because the characters are very hollow. The book also seems to rely very heavily on shock value. I have to say I am a fan of shock value at times but this just didn't seem to hit the mark for me.
This is a good read. Artwork may be hit or miss at times, but enjoyable overall. The characters introduced in this comic are all interesting. The bad guys are quite good, too. Some original takes on old standards.

Amazon has a habit of sending me damaged books, though, so if you like pristine copies, I'd probably just hit the comic book store. I've bought a few comic book volumes from Amazon and every one of them has had smashed corners, which is too bad because you can find good prices on a lot of these things.
This product is in perfect condition and I got my shipment in a timely fashion!!
Just like the horror movies it lampoons, this series is cheap, flashy, and strangely addictive. This comic aims hard for the lowest common denominator and for the most part it hits it. Sometimes it's better, sometimes it's worse, but I really enjoyed this comic as a guilty pleasure read. You could probably do a lot better than this comic, but then I don't think Seeley was really aiming for a comic that would make you think.

What really kept this from being as good as it could have been was that it assumed a lot of things. It assumed that not only would the reader be aware of all of the horror cliches (not an unreasonable assumption) but that they'd also be aware of people within the industry. At one point we see a storyline involving several comic book people and not many of them are really all that famous outside their particular circle or group of fans. As a casual reader I didn't really recognize most of them and I just didn't really get the connection that someone else might and it really kept me from getting into the comic as much as I'd have liked during these chapters.

It's still fun and still worth checking out, but for many this will be a library read even if they're a big horror movie fanatic.
Do you enjoy horror movies? Do you like hilarious comic books? If you answered yes to either of those, then you must purchase this book. Cassie is smart and funny. Vlad is just as good. The slashers they hunt all have original powers and stories. The art can be hit or miss sometimes (the Evil Ernie plotline is the weak link here), but overall it's more hit than miss. The Omnibus collects the stories before it became a monthly comic, and the extras in this collection are amazing. Overall, this is money well spent for horror or comic fan.
I really liked the cult feel of this collection. Hack /Slash, as a title, is especially good when it remembers to stay within its core concept Cassie Hack as hunter of B-movie-style serial killers (like "Dexter", I suppose).

A few of the stories - "Girls Gone Dead", "Slice Hard" and the collection of "Trailers" - were great. Campy fun with the genre. Tim Seeley uses his impressive knowledge of B-movie conventions and gives them new twists. The results are fun, silly, bloody and entertaining.

Unfortunately, Seeley strays from the core concept too often. His attempts to add more depth (especially in the egregious "Evil Ernie" cross-over) just come across as lurid and patronizing. Cassie Hack turns from movie heroine to fan-boy exploitation.

At its rare best, Hack/Slash is "Scream", but the rest of the time, it felt like one of the inferior sequels
I really do love Hack/Slash. The variety of art styles are a fresh look and the Slashers and other characters are rather unique. But I certainly wouldn't pay more than 30 dollars for the Omnibus when Barnes and Nobles carry it for the same price.