Secret Six #24

    Secret Six » Secret Six #24 - The Six-Guns Blazing released by DC Comics on October 1, 2010.

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    In a small, corrupt mining boom-town, six remarkable strangers who hate each other band together in a bloody last stand against an army set on destroying them all!


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    Jonah who? 0

         Any of you who follow me or even casually read me reviews, particularly my monthly Jonah Hex reviews, know how much I love me some Western comics.  So when you take my dear Six and send them back to the Old West you know I'm gonna love it!  You know what?  I did and to make it even better Jonah Hex came out this week too!  Life is good!  The issue we have the return of the regular creative team.  Gail Simone and Jimmy Calafiore give us, what appears to be, a one and done "Elseworld" sty...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    This is a WEIRD issue... 0

    But weird doesn't mean bad. It's the Secret Six, for some reason, in cowboy times. Now, normally, this kind of wacky digression would annoy me in a monthly series. Here, it doesn't, because Gail Simone, amazing writer that she is, makes it work. Deadshot manages to wander into town to take a bounty. He just so happens to have wandered into a town protected by Sherriff Scandal Savage, and her posse, and threatened by Junior and her general, Slade Wilson. Every character is portrayed true to their...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Review: Secret Six #24 0

    The Secret Six are inexplicably incarnated in the Wild West as a loose affiliation of outlaws, bounty hunters and prostitutes who are at odds with the mercenary forces of Ragdoll's sister and her hired general, Slade Wilson. The Good Simone's done the proper research and her old West's dialogue's a treat to read. This is far above throwing in a "y'all" and "I reckon" here and there.  The story itself is a fun mix of terse Western conventions and superheroics, and I especially liked the outrage...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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