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The trail of a missing child from a wealthy family leads Jonah Hex and Amadeus Arkham into the watery catacombs of Gotham City's still-under-construction sewer system – but will they survive the many dangers that lurk in those twisty depths? Also: introducing the Barbary Ghost, a fireworks wielding mistress of vengeance, stalking San Francisco's criminal underworld.

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Ghastly appearance 0

When weighing the pros and cons of this series it is seems as though it may be headed downhill.   That is not to say there is really anything wrong with it, in fact the story/mystery here is decent enough, just that the series itself seems to be relying too much on the bravado of the lead character, without really giving him much to back it up with.  So in this issue and not for the first time in this series we find Jonah both torturing someone mostly needlessly, and also scoffing at having to t...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Gotham Underground: 1800's 0

Moritat continues experimenting with his art style, but it's an inconsistency that actually works quite well. It's clear that each issue is drawn by the same person, but there's different touches that alter the tone on direction or another. This issue is A LOT darker, but not necessarily in terms of dark storytelling, but there's a lot more solid shadows and dark colors, which suits the journey beneath Gotham into the sewers.Something different is done with the fight scenes in this issue that cr...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Rotten To The Core 0

From the beginning, All Star Western has been a rather unique, if sometimes uneven, take on the origins of Gotham City, exploring how even back in the 19th century it's been plagued by some of the worse cases of crime and corruption ever told. This issue continues along the same path, again pitting Hex against a child-slavery ring deep in the Gotham underground.The story is told well enough. Jonah Hex continues to play the role of the gritty anti-hero, who's not above torture and intimidation to...

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