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Sundown: Arizona #1

Writer: Jay Busbee Artist: Ryan Bodenheim Publisher: Arcana Studio Critic Reviews: 4
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  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Keith Dallas Jul 10, 2005

    Not all is perfect with this issue, to be sure: Clay too much resembles Logan/Wolverine, a more distinctive font should have been used for Wills journal captions, and near the beginning of the issue, theres a poor transition into a double spread page (Im not sure who is attacking Will there, but maybe thats the point). These are all minor quibbles though because all in all, Sundown: Arizona #1 is an enthralling book. It certainly made me eager to read issues #2 and #3. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - James Redington Jul 10, 2005

    We got to read this in PDF format on a computer screen, which usually puts me off, BUT this time I found myself captivated by the story and art. I will definitely be looking out for this at my local comic shop - which I bet doesnt stock it, so I will buy it from Arcana Studios website, which I suggest you do as well. If you like adventure and murder, with some zombie like creatures (that I am guessing might be vampires given the title Sundown and if they are vampires I am happy because my idea featured Zombies) set in the backdrop of the Wild West, this is a book you need to pick up. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Michael Deeley Jul 10, 2005

    Not a bad book. Its a good premise for a mini-series. And Im curious to see Clays explanation. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Jul 10, 2005

    Not only did this comic surprise me with how good it actually is, but it also proved that theres still life in the horror-western sub-genre, and thats an achievement in itself. Itll be interesting to see where this series goes in the next two issues, and itll also be interesting to see what these promising creators do next. Read Full Review

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