Turf #5

Turf #5

Writer: Jonathan Ross Artist: Tommy Lee Edwards Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: June 1, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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This is it: the final battle. The ranks of the Vampire Family have swollen and Manhattan is nearly theirs. The cops have been transformed into a willing army of bloodthirsty foot soldiers. In the garden, the trees hang heavy with living victims, unwilling sacrifices, waiting to shed their lifeblood onto the ancient and evil roots that feed The Old One - The First Vampire - The Bloodfather. Former gang boss Eddie Falco - no longer the man he once was - in fact, no longer a man at all - must lead his rag-tag army of reluctant heroes up against the might of their supernatural enemies. But can when the chips are down, wil more

  • 8.0
    ComicBuzz - gordon Jun 6, 2011

    If youve stayed with Turf all the way from Issue One then youll find this ending to what has been an uneven series, enjoyable enough. It delivers a high octane and satisfying action packed ending. Dont think of the plot too much, just go with the flow. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Bin - Dan Horn Jun 4, 2011

    However, those drawbacks can be masked by Ross's enthusiastic delivery and by Edwards' lavishly gritty art deco presentation. Turf may not have been the perfection I had hoped for, but, in the words of Ross himself, "I'd say it has potential." Read Full Review

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