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Before DELLEC set out on his mission to eradicate all forms of ill repute casting a shadow over society, he lived a normal life. A family life. Until the day it all came crashing down on him in deadly and tragic fashion-forever changing his destiny! Now, discover the truth about Dellec's past in this milestone issue that reveals how DELLEC came to be the man he is today and why he's chosen such an impossible fate. And while the past proves difficult for DELLEC to confront, his current situation proves even more problematic as he is forced to deal with a completely new foe altogether-the law! A brand new maxi-series brought to you by Aspen's own Frank Mastromauro, Vince Hernandez and Micah Gunnell, along with inker Rob Stull and colorist Matt Hollingsworth, DELLEC is unlike anything Aspen has ever done before. This inventive new title is set to raise the bar on cinematic storytelling, while keeping you on the edge of your seat every hair-raising moment. Plus, to prove DELLEC's worth, we're bringing you this new series at our lowest price ever! So take the chance and see why DELLEC will soon be one of the most talked about new series in comics!
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In prison 0

Dellec is in prison but he doesn´t plan to stay there longer as necessary. He is accused of being a serial-killer, a guy who slaughtered numerous women and therefore he isn´t that popular among his cell mates. The cool thing about this issue was how cool Dellec reacts towards other characters in the prison. He doesn´t care at all about his life so he isn´t afraid to die. Therefore he stands his man in front of a super evil criminal who managed to control even the guards of the prison. So Dellec ...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Review: Dellec #4 0

 Aspen Comics sent us a copy of Dellec #4 a week early check out. I also went back and read the first 3 issues, since I've never read the book before. This issue deals with Dellec being charged with the murder of a prostitute that he didn't commit, and his time in prison. In addition, we also get a little more back story on where Dellec's Godly Kendo Sticks came from. This issue will be released Wednesday, May 5th.  The Good This issue reads like an epic action film. I'm not saying that b...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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