Crossed: Badlands #50

Crossed: Badlands #50

Writer: Garth Ennis Artist: Christian Zanier Publisher: Avatar Press Release Date: March 26, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The most highly anticipated Crossed story ever is finally here! GARTH ENNIS - the creator of Crossed, returns to the miserable world he created to take us all the way back to the beginning with an unforgettable tale of the fabric of society unraveling.  From the first issue of Crossed fans have wondered how it all began.  Was it an act of god?  Did it begin as a man-made bio-weapon?  Is it the final evolution of human kind?  Now, after more than five years of horror, Ennis reveals his "Patient Zero" in this seven part epic drawn by CHRISTIAN ZANIER.  Join the master of modern horror and all of the Crossed Nation faithful as they get a front row seat for the biggest issue of Crossed since it debuted!   Available with Regular, Wraparound, and Torture covers by Zanier, Fatal Fantasy and Mission Failure covers by Matt Martin, True Romance and Amazons cover by original series artist Jacen Burrows, and special Red Crossed

  • 8.0
    Bloody Disgusting - Jorge Solis Apr 1, 2014

    “Crossed: Badlands” #50 takes its time to scar your mind. With “Crossed” in the right hands, Ennis and Zanier are going to deliver the gratuitous goods in unexpected ways. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Spectrum - Shawn Hoklas Mar 28, 2014

    Artist Christian Zanier does a fine job with the art. At times his characters can look different from one page to the next, but his art is able to tell the story and tell it well. It will be interesting to see how his art style fits the over the top violence that this book is known for, but for right now his art works. I'm happy to say that this issue surprised me in it's ability to put story first, rather than the shock value of crazy grotesque situations. We'll see if Ennis can make the origin of the Crossed compelling enough to bring me back for the next six installments. Based on this first part I'll be along for the ride. Read Full Review

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