Dark Horse Presents #20

Dark Horse Presents #20

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Michael Avon Oemings twisted antiheroes head to the pages of DHP, as a three-issue arc of The Victories begins! Also in this issue, get shanghaied by the premiere of Geoffrey Thorne and Todd Harriss Journeymen! Plus, the exciting conclusions of Resident Alien, Captain Midnight, Gamma, and White Suits, and all-new X!

  • 6.0
    Comic Bastards - Kenneth Bowden Jan 27, 2013

    Overall this is a mixed bag of good, great and meh; hence my mixed feelings on it. But really that has more to do with personal preference than the quality of the stories in the book. In my opinion even the ones in genres I don't particularly care for are done pretty well. Also for this much content for under ten bucks is a pretty decent deal. I mean hell this is same price as Amazing Spider-Man #700 but with considerably more bang for your buck, so it's not a bad deal to pick this up. Would I recommend this book yeah probably but let's say it's not necessarily on the top of my pull list. I'd say thumb through it at your L.C.S. and if you don't hate what you see then yeah dude give a shot and cop one. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Bloody Disgusting - MelissaGrey Jan 25, 2013

    McNeil's "Finder: Third World", on the other hand, is the collection's shining star. Though I must admit that I haven't been religiously following all sixteen preceding chapters, I found that it hardly prevented me from enjoying the hell out of it. McNeil's world is captivating and unique and the art is crisp, clean, fluid, and whimsical. McNeil succeeds in crafting a story that's clearly part of a larger whole, but making it feel satisfying all the same. It's a strong ending for an otherwise uneven issue and it's worth checking out "Dark Horse Presents" #20 for this little slice of masterful storytelling all on its own. Read Full Review

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