Jonah Hex #50 Review

#1 Posted by inferiorego (28274 posts) - - Show Bio

I felt the conclusion to Six Gun War was a little bit of a let-down, but this issue was amazing. Darwyn Cooke's art on this was amazing, I loved it.

#2 Posted by Benzo (619 posts) - - Show Bio

i really need to start reading Jonah hex!!!!!!

#3 Posted by FoxxFireArt (3404 posts) - - Show Bio

The art does look really nice. From what as shown, but the color work makes some really nice art look rather flat.  Could of used some more depth.

#4 Posted by DMC (1551 posts) - - Show Bio've convinced me G-Man. I'm pickin this up tomorrow
#5 Posted by dukealoops (29 posts) - - Show Bio

this isn't the first time cooke did the art on jonah hex
#6 Posted by Xion (247 posts) - - Show Bio

I just finished reading it, it was AMAZING!

#7 Posted by Nighthunter (28582 posts) - - Show Bio

Ah Jonah Hex, the little book that could. On this economy it is amazing for any comic to reach the 50th issue, how a western, without crossovers, without a regular artist, no superheroes, etc. was able to survive this long and nto have any intention of stopping is soomething which amazes me. The only logical explanation I can find is the simply amazing writing of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, they get Hex, they get the western stories and they get how to create great self-contained stories. Jonah Hex is month after month (I finally caught up!) oone of my favorite comics

#8 Posted by BOSSTOAD (12 posts) - - Show Bio

Holy sh*t this book was fu*king............words can't describe how good it was. Thank you G-Man.

#9 Posted by drawme (423 posts) - - Show Bio

I do not read Jonah Hex and although the story does not seem to be bad, I will not read this issue. I´m not a fan of Westerns but I also think that the art is not the best on the market. So I will pass.

#10 Posted by Chinaski (25 posts) - - Show Bio

I have never read Jonah Hex until this issue and it was really good. I loved it...

#11 Posted by victorvndoom (82 posts) - - Show Bio

is that the same writer/creator of painkiller jane ?

#12 Posted by G-Man (18880 posts) - - Show Bio
@victorvndoom: Sort of.  Painkiller Jane was created by Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada.  Palmiotti and Justin Gray have been killing it on Jonah Hex for a few years now.
#13 Posted by Final Draft85 (112 posts) - - Show Bio

I've never read a Jonah Hex comic & the closest I got was when I read Time Masters, but I always thought he was a cool character. I will pick up this book since you spoke so highly about this issue & also I love Darwyn Cooke's artwork.    

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