Dark Horse Presents #48

    Dark Horse Presents » Dark Horse Presents #48 - Harlequin; Downtown; Homicide released by Dark Horse Comics on February 1991.

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    This issue launches three new stories: Harlequin, a mysterious tale in which the title character searches for the missing body of his dead lover, is written by Stephen Csutoras and illustrated by Stefano (Kafka) Gaudiano; Downtown, from England's hit comics/music zine Deadline, written by Ian Edgington and illustrated by Steve (Grimjack) Pugh, is a belated Christmas adventure with the world's only zombie detective; and more creepy cases for Detective Will Ford and his partner in Homicide, written by John (Terminator) Arcudi and illustrated by Tim (The Spectre) Gula! Plus, a special appearance from Rick Geary- "Desperate Clergy!"


    • Harlequin - Act 1
    • Downtown - "A Nightmare on Elf Street!"
    • Desperate Clergy
    • Homicide - "Tick"


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    The cover is simply awesome.Harlequin: Act 1So is the story for which it was drawn.'It is said that madness is the only lot of liars and fools. I am both a liar and a fool'So many beautifully written phrases in 'Act 1' that I can't wait for the continuation already. The art is great, 'in motion' pieces of a background, while characters are driving a car, are proof of a great work by an artist. Dark humour is another reason why I enjoyed some parts. There are quite interesting narration tricks. B...

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