Django / Zorro #7

Django / Zorro #7

Writer: Quentin Tarantino, Matt Wagner Artist: Esteve Polls Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: May 20, 2015 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 1
9.0Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

The epic pairing of these legendary heroes reaches its smashing conclusion in an extra-long, nail-biting finale. The action boils over this issue as both Django and Zorro battle to defeat the powerful Archduke of Arizona and shatter his sinister hold over the indigenous Yaqui people. Django finds he can no longer sit still as he sees an entirely different race enslaved under the yoke of a cruel master. And Diego de la Vega must deal with stunning heartache and loss even as he pushes ahead in his never-ending quest for justice. 30 pulse-pounding pages of story and art provide a rousing finish to this spectacular and ground-breaking series-the first official sequel to a film by Quentin Tarantino. Scripted by Eisner-award winner Matt Wagner and featuring art by Esteve Pols and colors by Brennan Wagner.

  • 9.0 - John McCubbin May 19, 2015

    Django/Zorro may not have excelled on the whole next to the characters respective tales, but this finale more than impressed. Being exciting, clever, and down right bloody, the final battle of Django and Zorro against Langdon is more than befitting these two warriors, making the event well worth it. There was on the other hand some questionable moments, with the art feeling strained by the extra pages. This isn't enough to overshadow the positives though. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    ComicWow!TV - AD Boorman May 21, 2015

    As an artist, Tarrantino is clearly in his element here.  Obviously, he is comfortable with the DJANGO character he created, and he is equally comfortable with the quasi-grindhouse spaghetti western he has created here.  It would be most interesting to see his comic take on other genres.  As a screenplay writer and movie maker, he has proven equally adept at many different genres.  As a comic writer, I would hope that he proves equally adept at different genres of comics.  Read Full Review

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