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Cal McDonald-the hair-triggered, smart ass, tough guy, private dick monster hunter comes back to Dark Horse this month, and he's brought his strangest nemesis with him. 

Horror maestro Steve Niles collaborated with fantastic artist Kyle Hotz (Marvel's Manthing, Dark Horse's Billy the Kid ) to bring to vivid, spooky life Cal's first-ever encounter with a real-deal golem. From the folklore of Jewish mysticism, the earthy homunculus is given shape and purpose by a grief-stricken father, out to exact vengeance on the man who attacked his daughter. In a bizarre twist of fate, the golem is loosed on the world with no master and only one known purpose-to kill! Cal's gotta do whatever it takes to stop this marauding hunk of clay from a pointless killing spree or . . . or, there's gonna be a pointless killing spree!



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"Scram, sister. Hang with me and you'll get nothing but trouble." 0

*Short Review* I liked this one-shot.   I am glad I have it. If you liked the movie version of John Constantine, this might be up your alley.  *Longer review*For those who don't know who Cal McDonald is, he is a character Steve Niles ( 30 Days of Night) created.  Cal is inspired from John Constantine and Niles had admitted to that.  The similarities do change with their methods of dealing with the undead.  John Constantine depends more on his wit while Cal uses a grenade in this i...

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