Pilot Season: 7 Days from Hell #1
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Pilot Season: 7 Days from Hell #1

Writer: Bryan Hill, Rob Levine Artist: Phil Noto Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: October 20, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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Pilot Season Begins Anew as a 6 Week Event in 2010! Ex-pat turned mercenary John Bishop is mortally wounded, but spared from Hell by a renegade demon seeking redemption. The price of John's salvation? He's reborn as the demon's personal assassin and charged with ridding humanity of our worst criminals, sadists, and murderers...with a seven-day deadline for each kill. Redemption can take a lifetime. John Bishop only has 7 days. Created and co-written by the team behind Broken Trinity: Pandora's Box, Bryan Edward Hill and Rob Levin, with jaw dropping art from industry legend Brian Stelfreeze (Wednesday Comics).

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Justin Carmona Oct 21, 2010

    The Bottom Line: If youre going to only pick up one comic book this week, 7 Days from Hell is the book to get. With a great premise, spot on writing, and the amazing art of Phil Noto and Brain Stelfreeze how can you go wrong? Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Ryan Schrodt Oct 21, 2010

    I'd been solidly behind the Week 2 offering, Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    ComicBuzz - Eamo the fly Oct 26, 2010

    All in all 7 Days is a good read and I feel like it could stem into something very impressive. Like I've stated before Martha is what's really going to either make or break this series. I can imagine some sort of crazy ass relationship with her and John. Also it would be interesting to she her relationships with the characters of heaven and hell and how John fits into all that. The potential for this book is really high even if it doesn't quite hit it in this issue. The future could be extremely bright for 7 Days. I'll surely check out the next issue or so to see if it begins to live up to my expectations. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Ryan K. Lindsay Oct 20, 2010

    The best has been saved for last. It's not just that this concept is damn interesting and has plenty of room to drive, this intro comic gives us plenty and works as a sample taste to lure the reader in and demand they delve deeper to see if this is all as it should be. This is, by far, the best Pilot Season one-shot and I hope people give this a go, and then give their support with some votes at topcow.com come the start of November. Read Full Review

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