Nether World #1
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Nether World #1

Writer: Bryan Hill, Rob Levin Artist: Tony Shasteen Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 11, 2011 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Top Cow Productions, Inc. and Heroes and Villains Entertainment present the next evolution of supernatural noir! It's the message on the walls.

It's the feeling in your gut. In this city, 'We are all lost.' Ray certainly is; a former cop turned private eye and junkie, haunted by his past in a city with no sun and no hope.

A beautiful woman and a slick criminal both offer him the same job: Find a girl named Madeline and bring her to them. Ray doesn't want the job, but he can't just leave this girl in the middle. Thrust into the city's twisted underbelly, Ray will unveil Netherworld's darkest secrets and come face- more

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate May 14, 2011

    The potential for this story is astronomical. All it needed was a decent artist to make the tale soar. Tony Shasteen's art is the happy ending after a massage. It's that good, and it's unique without losing sight of anatomy, detail, narrative or structure. Art this fantastic deserved an infinite palette of color, and that's what Dave McCaig and Lee Loughridge seem to bestow. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    IGN - Joey Esposito May 11, 2011

    Though Netherworld's plot is interesting enough to hold my attention, it's the art that will have me coming back next month. Read Full Review

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