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When you’ve lived the kind of life that Jonah Hex has, there isn’t much that can unnerve you. So what is it about a kid named Billy Dynamite that has him so shook up? A tale of epic violence, fisticuffs, tragedy and, yes, dynamite, as illustrated by classic JONAH HEX artist Vicente Alcazar!



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It's that time of the month!  Yep the latest issue of Jonah Hex hit the stands on Wednesday and it went off with a bang. Issue after issue from #50 to this the stories have been one and done's that make you wish that this was done more often.     Spoiler Warning       I am a fan of Jonah and don't hide that fact but this issue is a notch above even the last 4 issues! Is that possible?  Absolutely!  Why?  Well here we go.  The story is written with such emotion.  We have a killer of an opening t...

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Review: Jonah Hex #55 0

Jonah Hex marches forward, with a feature length film on the way. This latest issue is much like a few other recent books, it's more of a one-shot than anything. These past few issues have been real strong, and incredibly enjoyable. This newest issue follows the short life of Billy Dynamite, and he's exactly what you think: A kid with some dynamite.   The Good This is the best western book currently on the market. It's also one of DC's better books overall. Gray and Palmiotti have a great r...

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