Review: The Black Hood #6

“Flor de Muerto” After the soul-crushing events of “Bullet’s Kiss,” disfigured cop Greg Hettinger leaves Philly and checks into a Southern California rehab clinic. But a plane ride can’t separate Greg from his troubles. A fellow patient believes her former drug dealer (and lover) has sent someone to kill her, and it’s up to Greg to figure out which member of their circle is preparing to pull the trigger…

New to the dark, twisted world of The Black Hood? Then check yourself in for this thrilling one-shot from novelist Duane Swierczynski and superstar artist Howard Chaykin.

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This feels like a calmer read after all the mayhem in the “Bullet’s Kiss” arc. I do wonder if the characters in this will be in any future arcs, but nevertheless, if they aren’t nevermind. Greg checks into rehab and with his cops eye he already makes assumptions on the other patients. We get a good look into his mindset, and there is only a small amount of action. I think this is a good read for new readers!

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Review – Belle: Hearts & Minds

September 18, 2020 Michael Nimmo 0

Another one-shot from Zenescope Entertainment. Belle: Hearts & Minds is out now. Philadelphia is rich in history and home to many interesting people. One, none other than Anabelle “Belle” DiMarco, descends from a long line […]

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