The Brimstone Land Of Christian Reckoning last edited by pikahyper on 08/23/18 02:31AM View full history

The horror continues - twice a month with the unprecedented launch of Garth Ennis' Crossed: Badlands. With the modern masters of horror at the helm, Ennis and artist Jacen Burrows, this promises to be a new epic tale of loss and carnage!

Our band of survivors starts to unravel as they realize that the Scottish highlands are no longer safe and the Crossed grow ever closer.

With nothing but a few rifles and their wits to put against the hordes of depraved Crossed, they soon find that in the world of Crossed there is no hope.



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This is how I liked my Crossed. This issue has no gore in it. In fact this is one of those issues that hardly has anything violent in it at all, but it is just as gripping and intense as any other issue that Garth Ennis has penned. One of the most memorable events from the original series occurred with the question of whether or not you could kill little kids who had not become Crossed simply to save them from a more horrid future. This topic was a like a shot to the gut for me, it raised an inc...

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