Dial H #6

    Dial H » Dial H #6 - Offensive Content released by DC Comics on January 2013.

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    Offensive! Shocking! Unspeakable! Manteau cracks open the Refusenik Dossier– and with heroes like these, who needs villains?

    In this story, Nelson is stuck inside the house after he dials up a politically incorrect hero.

    Plus: Manteau reveals some of her forbidden and dangerous guises in the Refusenik Dossier.



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    "Heap Big" Fun 0

    Dial H has quickly risen to be my 4th favorite series in the New 52, jumping past Swamp Thing and Animal Man to sit just below the pretty much immovable Batwoman, Batman, and I, Vampire. Dial H just has so much insane energy, and China Mieville is perfect at balancing the ridiculously over the top creative nonsense with an incredibly in depth sense of very serious bigger implications and plotlines. This is a serious where we can get such a sense of sorrow from sentient nothingness from another u...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Dial H #6 Review 0

    Dial H is a series that really impresses month to month. This issue is a much needed cool down issue, after a frantic first five issues, along with the zero issue.This issue focus on the fact that Nelson dialed up a rather offensive transformation in Chief Mighty Arrow, and Roxie forces him to sit around and wait for the transformation to wear off (unless his help is absolutely needed). The premise is simple, yet effective and unique, delivering a funny issue that illuminates the further randomn...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Dial H #6 0

    THE GOOD: David Lapham does the art for this issue and it still looks fantastic. He draws the characters well and makes the dials that you see in this issue fun to look at. The expressions are simple but they still get the point across and that are cool to look at. The backgrounds and and the machinery that he draws is what really takes it all. The story is less of a story and more of a break issue. Nothing happens in this issue, but it's the best filler issue ever created. The character sit aro...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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