All Nighter #1
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All Nighter #1

Writer: David Hahn Artist: David Hahn Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: June 22, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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Kit Bradley is a 20 year-old art student and petty criminal who knows it's time to leave her delinquent past behind, but isn't ready for the responsibilities of adulthood. Her social headquarters is an all night diner, and while trying to put the 'off' on an on-again-off-again boyfriend, she runs into an old flame, and an enigmatic loner named Martha, who alters Kit's life forever. Created by Eisner and Ignatz Award nominee DAVID HAHN.

  • 10
    But Why Tho? - Jason Flatt Jan 1, 1970

    The All-Nighter #1is a captivating start to a new and unique series. I cannot wait to explore the lore and emotion within. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Christopher Power Jun 30, 2011

    All Nighter #1Posted: Thursday, June 30, 2011By: Christopher Power David HahnDavid HahnImage David Hahn is one of those artists that I absolutely adore, in particular his work on Bite Club. He has sharp lines, great anatomy and a fantastic feel for environments. In All Nighter, all of these strengths are apparent, and with an added bonus of being in ink sans color so you can see clearly all of the detail that he puts into the panels. Right from gritty cement beams to rubbish on the floor of a diner, you can almost feel the world that he is drawing. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    ComicBuzz - Niall Doonan Jul 2, 2011

    This was a decent opener for this mini and depending on how the mother plot thread develops; it could be very good indeed. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Dean Stell Jun 26, 2011

    This will stay on my pull list because it hits a couple of spots that just aren't well represented in today's comic industry. First, it's a slice of life comic and we need more of those (just like we all need to eat more vegetables). Second, it is black-and-white and I love comics that will tell their stories with nothing but words and lines. And, even though this issue didn't blow my socks off, Hahn is telling an interesting story of losers trying to find their way in life. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    cxPulp - Andrea Speed Jun 28, 2011

    Kit is a teenage girl whos having problems with an on-again/off-again boyfriend that she feels wildly ambivalent about, except for when theyre out stealing things. Still, she feels the tug of guilt on one job, and decides its time to give up the crimes as well as him. But shes kind of said this before, although this is the first time shes promised her friends. And it seems theres a dark secret that continues to bug her, one about her mother. This is a very genial, easy to like comic with a sassy female lead who feels more realistic than most. The artwork has a spunky, punky feel to it, and its enjoyably breezy read. Those looking for a different kind of comic should give this one a try. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Chad Nevett Jun 27, 2011

    David Hahn begins "All Nighter" #1 incredibly well and can't quite live up to that first page. The rest of the comic is entertaining, bolstered by the protagonist and his strong art, but it never gets going completely. Right now, it meanders from scene to scene, looking for direction. There's enough promise in this first issue that the second warrants a look, though, and, hopefully, with the introductory stage over, the plot can get moving then. Read Full Review

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