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The Black Diamond continues its journey through DC’s history as it shows up in 19th century Gotham.

Someone has stolen the Black Diamond that Doctor Jekyll uses to create his infamous potion, and he’s hired Jonah Hex to track it down!

While Hex follows the trail of Gothamites under the influence of a bootleg copy of the potion, Amadeus Arkham must face the mad doctor on his own.

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All-Star Western #14 Review 0

***SPOILER FREE REVIEW***For a good while now, Gray and Palmiotti's All-Star Western has been one of my favorite series, combining fun dialogue, interesting characters and great story, along with Moritat's unique and vivid art. I especially loved the last arc, and the introduction of Tallulah Black, who is a whirlwind of fun. Unfortunately, this new arc has bit a bit of a letdown.Issue #14 continues the arc started in the previous issue. There's a lot of great dialogue (as can be expected from a...

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The Western Trinity 0

I'm surprised last issue didn't have the Black Diamond Probability banner, though I'm even more surprised Demon Knights didn't have it, because that was the very beginning of it's journey. This is an extremely intriguing crossover, seeing the journey of the diamond across time, this time surfacing in the 1880's at the hands of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Jonah Hex and Amadeus Arkham have gotten themselves wrapped up in something really big here, and they've only scratched the surface.The wider supp...

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