Dark Horse Presents #49

    Dark Horse Presents » Dark Horse Presents #49 - Homicide; Downtown; Harlequin released by Dark Horse Comics on March 1991.

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    This issue we present the second chapters to the three new stories begun in last month's issue. The world's only zombie detective continues his Christmas adventure in Downtown, which is written by Ian Edgington and illustrated by Steve (Grimjack) Pugh. Written by Stephen Csutoras and illustrated by Stefano (Kafka) Gaudiano, the mysterious Harlequin furthers his search for the missing body of his dead lover. This issue is rounded out with the continuation of an all-new Homicide tale which is written by John (Terminator) Arcudi and illustrated by Tim (The Spectre) Gula, and features a beautiful a beautiful four-color cover also by Gula.


    • Homicide - "Restless Sleep"
    • Downtown
    • Harlequin - Act 2

    Note: The homicide story referred to in the official blurb and the cover art are not illustrated by Tim Gula.



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    Homicide: Restless SleepIt is another example of a fine 'Homicide' story, of a slow methodical investigation where the main characters are not all-powerful heroes, the way the real people are. And there is another sick psychopath who makes you feel like he could definitely exist in our non-fictional world and therefore makes you question humanity. There is no much development to characters though, it's just another issue with another 'Homicide' story with another shocking 'villain'. That reminds...

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