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In this lost tale of Skinner Sweet, it's 1924 when the first American vampire crosses paths with a Wild West show featuring some old pals and enemies from his outlaw days – and he is not happy. From the dying West to flying biplanes, we see how Skinner adjusts to life in the 20th century. Featuring stunning art by Danijel Zezelj (NORTHLANDERS, LUNA PARK).

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4.67 stars 4.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews

A Gem of an Issue. 0

I really had no idea what to expect out of this issue.  We've had a great couple of arcs and two issues that focused Pearl and her company so it was great to get back to Skinner.  Issue 12 goes beyond simply being a fill-in issue, but a great window into Skinner's life without getting too explicit.  This has got to be hands down, the best stand alone issue of the year.    This issue is pure American Gothic Romance.  Skinner Sweet is mostly devoid of humanity and romance but this issue bri...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Single Issue Story of Skinner Sweet 0

Skinner Sweet may be a mean and deadly vampire but check out what he does in this self-contained issue.  The Good Often "lost tales" stories can feel like filler compared to the main stories. With the character of Skinner Sweet, any time we can get a story from his past is a good thing. Maybe it's because the first issues were split between 1925 and 1880, this doesn't feel out of place.   Scott Snyder is joined by Danijel Zezelj on art duties in this story set in between his days in the Old West...

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