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Dynamite Entertainment reviews – 23rd October 2013

PrintCollected below are some advance reviews of this week’s releases from Dynamite Entertainment.

And in case these don’t tickle your fancy, here’s what else is hitting the shelves from Dynamite this week;

Pathfinder #10
Spider #15
Vampirella Halloween Special 2013
Vampirella Southern Gothic #3 (Of 5)


Army of Darkness/Re-animator (One Shot)

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With it being October all the publishers are looking to cash in and get those shelves stocked with the suitably macabre. Just one of these [from Dynamite of course] is this horror fan baiting one shot featuring everyone’s favourite S-Mart employee Ash Williams transplanted into Lovecraftian times.

Click to read the full review.

Review by Gary


Green Hornet Legacy #42

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With this being the last issue of the arc, and indeed the series altogether, Jai Nitz has done well to leave very few loose ends to tie up, allowing himself to just have a bit of fun here.

It’s hard to keep this review spoiler free, so instead I’ll keep it short. GH: Legacy is as strongly written, well drawn, and cool as ever.

Click to read the full review.

Review by Al


Uncanny #4

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After three issues of terrific character development and scene-setting, Uncanny finally explodes into life with this issue as we are treated to the heist we’ve been building up to.  If you’ve been reading this series from the beginning, you know exactly what to expect here.  Andy Diggle’s dialogue is just as sharp as ever, and Aaron Campbell continues to deliver in spades with the artwork.

Click to read the full review.

Review by Ceej

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