Creator Owned Heroes #7

Creator Owned Heroes #7

Writer: Steve Niles, Scott Morse, Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Jerry Lando, Paul Mounts, Darwyn Cooke Artist: Dan Panosian, Scott Morse Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: December 5, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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A brand new story by STEVE NILES and SCOTT MORSE, and more madness from DARWYN COOKE!
"KILL SWITCH," Part Three
Locked in a Peruvian Prison, Kill Switch awaits a Mexican hit squad as he tries to discover who put a bounty on his head and why. The bullets fly as our hero is led into a deadly game of death against the world's best and most eccentric assassins, but the gloves come off when they threaten his family.
"MEATBAG," Part One
Detective Paul DeSanto works the seedy side of Los Angeles. He specializes in cheaters and losers, but he never chooses sides. In Hollywood cheats and loses work both sides of the street. After one of his operatives is eviscerated in an alleyway, DeSanto discovers the strange side of seedy.

Plus: LEAPING TALL BUILDINGS: INDEPENDENT SPIRITS a profile feature by Christopher Irving and Seth Kushner spotlighting EVAN DORKIN.

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    Geekality - Julius Freeman Dec 4, 2012

    Just when I think C.O.S. couldn't surpass its' previous issue, it does. Just when I thought their format would get stale with time, I'm proven wrong. This is why they are the pros, and I'm not. It's good to have friends in the industry, and it's also a excellent thing to have a long rap sheet in the industry to pull off a book like C.O.S. It really is a book you can't miss, especially if you're a long time fan of comics; and especially if you want to break into the industry. Read Full Review

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    Unleash The Fanboy - Zac Boone Dec 5, 2012

    Creator Owned Heroesisn't merely a title for your pull list. It's required reading for anyone who claims to give a sh*t about comics. Read Full Review

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    Read Comic Books - Cody Mudge Dec 6, 2012

    And that's not all that the comic touches on, but you're going to need to buy and read it to find out any more. I know I've flogged this horse to death, but Ireally love this series. For once seeing that asterisk next to the title, indicating that it will be leaving my pull-list next issue, is not a joy to see.It's done a lot for me personally and it's near and dear to my heart. If ever it shall return I will be back, and I will aspire to have one of my own original works grace the pages. And maybe, just maybe, we can keep that asterisk gone given a second chance. Read Full Review

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