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Who is the Tattered Man? A spirit of vengeance spawned from the concentration camps of Germany Lies dormant till it is resurrected in modern day new york and finds although times have changed, its work is far from done. Horror and heroics mix, and the results are deadly.

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An Urban Legend Re-imagined! 0

Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti bring The Tattered Man to life in the pages of their all new horror graphic novel! The GoodIf I ever head to the comic shop and am at a loss at what to purchase, I know I can't go wrong with anything from Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. Once again, I am right. This creative team is one of my absolute favorites, and seeing them dabble in the horror genre with The Tattered Man was something I was looking forward to. The issue opens with a group of kids who br...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

So Much To Use and Yet Falls Short 0

So I haven’t done a comic review for a while and one main reason to this is because I’m tired of the super hero genre and Marvel and DC. Though I still get a few because I’ve been collecting them for a while and I wanna be able to say “I was there for the downfall of that”. I picked up this comic, saw that it was a self contained story, scanned two pages and bought it at almost the same price of a normal issue. And I am going to say it now so as to not waste your time by making you read the enti...

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Good Scare, Philosophically Impaired 0

As someone who turns to horror comics as a respite from the world of capes and cowls regularly, I was very much looking forward this title hitting the shelves.  I will say, before anything, that it at least met my expectations.  The visuals throughout the book were strikingly vivid, an essential for horror comics, which don't have the benefit of accompanying music or studio-edited timing to manipulate the way the audience experiences the frights.  The panels around the origin of the Tattered Man...

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