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The DCU's most wanted man stars in his own series! Cole Cash is a charming grifter few can resist. And yet he's about to be branded a serial killer when he begins hunting and exterminating inhuman creatures hidden in human form – creatures only he can see! Can the biggest sweet talker of all time talk his way out of this one when even his brother thinks he's gone over the edge?

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It is all about "Cash". 0

It is all about "Cash" and we are introduced to the "Grifter" who is set to start taking our cash.  With Wildstorm now being part of the DCU, the Wildstorm characters are slowing making their way into the same universe of Superman and Batman.  The issue to start the who 52 off was the Justice League of America issue where we see the world presented in a more "real" feel where we do not trust the metahumans and that is why this comic has that feel that is it a Wildstorm book over a DC book.  Are ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

There's Something in Her Eye 0

DC succeeds with its second Wildstorm immigrant series Grifter in a back to basics approach that may surprise those expecting it to be a gun-blazing, action story from the start. This issue is instead a slow-burn origin story that eases readers in and doesn't expect any prior Wildstorm knowledge from them.The New 52 is having a way of playing with my expectations. When it came to the Wildstorm books, I expected good things from Stormwatch and to be underwhelmed by solo titles for Grifter and Voo...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Grifter is STILL the man! 0

(No Spoilers)Another Wildstorm character makes his debut in the DCU and this time it’s my main man, Grifter! It’s been 14 years since Grifter last had a solo title so for this fan this has been a long time coming.The first thing to point out here that I think will grab people’s attention is that this Grifter title lends itself more to the feel of titles like Wildcats Vol. 2 and Wildcats: Version 3.0. Those two titles came out during a time when Wildstorm was going for a more real world feel than...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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