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Billy Tucci (SGT. ROCK: THE LOST BATTALION) saddles up to illustrate the latest HEX! What person connects a coffin, a train robbery, a wicked double-crossing, and a wannabe-actress-turned-saloon-dancer? You know his name. It's right there in the title. But he knows yours, too, so you better buy the book - or else...

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What Is Jonah Up To Now? 0

Jonah Hex is enlisting the help of a pretty dance girl. What could he have in mind for her?  The Good: It's always nice seeing who will be drawing the Jonah Hex adventure written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. In this issue, we get Billy Tucci's art. It's some really nice looking work. Paul Mounts' colors really complement the art, giving us a really vibrant story. We also get some pretty hardcore Jonah Hex action. Jonah doesn't hold back. When the guns start blazing...the blood and guts (a...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

You had me at the cover 0

I am a Jonah Hex newbie.  I've only been reading the current series since #50.  I can say that the one and dones are fun.  Every month you have a well paced, action filled adventure.  Gray and Palmiotti shine here as they do over on Power Girl.  What varies or at least since I started reading the book is who is assigned the art duties.    This month you have a entertaining story of Hex going after his usually type of targets which in this case are murdering robbers.  He enlists the help of a tal...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Hex-cellent! 0

I like historical comics, and the Wild West is great for comic-books and movies as it`s good `n violent - or at least it should be, trouble is I havn`t really read many good ones - the odd retro Caleb Hammer and Boom`s disappointing Pale Horse, being two - as a boy, I used to enjoy Scalphunter (now that would be a good movie!) but never read any of the other character in Weird Western Tales, Jonah Hex...until now. `You`ll Never Dance Again` was excellent. I`ll skim over the plot to avoid spoiler...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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