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Dead Vengeance

Dead Vengeance It s and a phony body on exhibit in a carnival sideshow suddenly springs to life and shambles away Not so phony after all he is John Doe radio commentator and archenemy of Detroit s notorious P

  • Title: Dead Vengeance
  • Author: Bill Morrison Stephane Roux
  • ISBN: 9781616557515
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It s 1940 and a phony body on exhibit in a carnival sideshow suddenly springs to life and shambles away Not so phony after all, he is John Doe, radio commentator and archenemy of Detroit s notorious Purple Gang But why did he disappear in 1930, and why did the mayor, the mob, and the cops all want him dead

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      Published :2019-02-06T11:16:54+00:00

    1 thought on “Dead Vengeance

    1. I get that this is supposed to be (I think) an homage to the old EC comics, but it felt a little off. It might be that the pulpy style of the original works for its typical 8-page short story format but wears thin when it's stretched over four issues. Same goes for the "twist" ending. So much else has happened, it feels anticlimactic at this point.

    2. I loved this interesting noir/horror story of revenge of the 30's and 40's. Gangsters, a Gypsy carnival witch, and a crusading radio commentator are illustrated in a style reminiscent of the 50's Pre-Code comics I grew up reading. Highly recommended.

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