The Showdown at House Arkham; El Diablo, Part 1 wiki last edited by guttridgeb on 06/24/13 02:20AM View full history

What happens when a psychologist and a sociopath have to work together to track down Gotham City's first serial killer? They'll soon find that crime in the big city runs deeper than its foundations, and it's all mapped out in the mysterious Crime Bible – that is, if they don't kill each other first. Plus: No zombie is safe in the Wild West when Lazarus Lane summons the demon known as El Diablo!

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Jonah Hex: Gothic 0

The Good: There's a few things that set this cover apart from being the 'standard action cover' this almost is. One is the continued amazing contrast between the cover and interior art despite being the same artist, another is the skull logo in the background, hiding just out of clear sight behind the chaotic combat being unleashed by their very enemy, Jonah Hex. The artwork manages to avoid being a one-hit wonder when it starts to add a little more detail and doesn't wash with full color as muc...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Lords Of Crime 0

The Story: Jonah Hex and Amadeus Arkham continue to investigate the Gotham Butcher murder that leads them to the Religion Of Crime. After surviving an attempt on their life, they  My Thoughts:Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray continue their sensational story that began last issue with this new series All Star Western. One of the highlights (for me at least) is the fact this old western story is taking place in Gotham City. I'm a huge fan of Gotham so seeing a story take place there in its early ye...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Then what can we do? 0

his series continues to be the biggest surprise for me of the new 52, granted this is only issue 2 of the opening story arc, but the tone and atmosphere established in the first two issues here is quite good.  In place of a high level of sexual content in the first, this one has a high level of violence, though never is it gratuitous (in fact the two pages of panels of action in here were quite good).  The story follows Jonah and Amadeus as they attempt to track down more information on the murd...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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