To Hell You Ride #2

To Hell You Ride #2

Writer: Lance Henriksen, Joseph Maddrey Artist: Tom Mandrake Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: January 9, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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The townsfolks chemical efforts to bring snow lead to a horrifying nightmare as mad science mixes with mother nature to release a curse buried for a hundred years in rockthe results will melt flesh from bones in the small Colorado town.

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    Major Spoilers - Brandon Dingess Jan 16, 2013

    "To Hell You Ride's" second issue proves that the first wasn't a false positive""the story of Seven George and his apparent incarnation as an avatar for Native American spirits still has many secrets to reveal. I'm in for the long haul on this series and, as far as I'm concerned, Lance Henriksen can add "awesome comic book storyteller" to his resume right next to dead android and creepy ex-FBI profiler. Read Full Review

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    Fangoria - Svetlana Fedotov Jan 3, 2013

    TO HELL YOU RIDE, is well, a hell of a ride. With the firstissue dropped on the end of the Mayan calendar, the comic had fans up-in-armsbefore anyone even picked it up. Henriksen, co-writer Joseph Maddrey(NIGHTMARES IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE) and illustrated by Tom Mandrake, the triopowerhouse has made a comic that is both deep and terrifying. It has theamazing ability to question the world around you, to show you how beautiful andpowerful nature really is. If TO HELL YOU RIDE ever does get optioned to be themovie that it was intended to be, it will have a very strong source to drawfrom. Read Full Review

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    SciFiPulse - Patrick Hayes Jan 13, 2013

    The tension is mounting as the snow falls in its unnatural way. Nature's spirits are not happy. This issue marks the first instance of revenge, so I'm hoping to see things increase next issue. Read Full Review

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    Bloody Disgusting - Jorge Solis Jan 10, 2013

    Readers will be mesmerized by the Colorado setting and the Native American culture in "To Hell You Ride" #2. This is an impressive display of Henriksen's storytelling abilities. I am really excited about the "To Hell You Ride" series. I hope the writing and artwork continue to be like this in the upcoming issues. Read Full Review

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    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Jan 9, 2013

    I might be a sucker for a good Native American tale, but I think that this story is fantastic and very entertaining. It has mystery, supernatural elements, family and so much more going on that it’s amazing that it can all exist within the same story. I’m glad it’s a comic book because I don’t think any other medium or genre would present the story in the same way. If you missed the first issue because there were a ton of other books out at the same time, then I hope you’ll track it down and check out the entire series. I’m in it until the end and I know that it’s going to be enjoyable ride. Read Full Review

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    Read Comic Books - Tommy Lutz Jan 9, 2013

    To Hell You Ride #2 takes a step back from Two-Dog's story for a brief spell, but develops the conflict with a slow burn. It is a very original concept about a very important subject, and should be checked out. Read Full Review

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