The Sixth Gun #26

The Sixth Gun #26

Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Brian Hurtt Publisher: Oni Press Release Date: October 17, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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Winter Wolves, Part 3. One wants to destroy the Six. One wants to steal them. Gord Cantrell knows better than to trust Kirby Hale. But together they embark onthe strangest of journeys as they search for Becky, Drake, and the magical pistols they wield. Drake and Becky have problems of their own, though, as they are besieged by a legendary spirit-creature with a heart as cold as a winter storm.

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    Weekly Comic Book Review - Dean Stell Oct 24, 2012

    A wonderful issue that shows off the excellence that has been a hallmark of the series. Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Bin - Diego Chi Oct 29, 2012

    Cullen Bunn's writing packs a lot into this single issue, perhaps a hair too much. Abigail's characterization was too varied between "confident" and "paralyzed with fear" to get a clear grasp on her, but Bunn usually reveals deep wells of intrigue in his characters so I look forward to her development. Brian Hurtt's visuals are fully capable of both gruesome mutilations and expressive head-shots. The tone and voice of the dialogue is heavily carried by the way Hurtt draws the eyes" sometimes cold and steely, other times full of terror or surprise. Bill Crabtree's colors add emotion to the elegance of Hurtt's style. He gracefully shifts the bleak mood during the flashbacks and winter sequences to the energized feel of the wagon chase. Overall, issue #26 proves Bunn and Hurtt have long since figured out that well-crafted plot and well-paced visuals make for a great comic. Read Full Review

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