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Six Guns #2020

Six Guns Don t set them up if you can t take them down Times may have changed since the days of the Old West but in the war torn South American state of San Diablo the law of the gun still holds sway When fo

  • Title: Six Guns
  • Author: Andy Diggle Davide Gianfelice
  • ISBN: 9780785158196
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
  • Six Guns By Andy Diggle Davide Gianfelice, Don t set them up if you can t take them down Times may have changed since the days of the Old West, but in the war torn South American state of San Diablo, the law of the gun still holds sway When former hero for hire Maria Vasquez, alias Tarantula, finds herself wanted for murder south of the border, Texas Rangers Division lawman Tex Dawson is assigned to bring her Don t set them up if you can t take them down Times may have changed since the days of the Old West, but in the war torn South American state of San Diablo, the law of the gun still holds sway When former hero for hire Maria Vasquez, alias Tarantula, finds herself wanted for murder south of the border, Texas Rangers Division lawman Tex Dawson is assigned to bring her in But they re on a collision course with the outlaw Black Riders biker gang, who plan to make sure she never makes it to trial alive COLLECTING Six Guns 1 5

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      Published :2019-09-26T18:03:56+00:00

    1 thought on “Six Guns

    1. 2.5 stars Felt like the start of a series that never came to fruition, probably because it wouldn t have been that great of a series.

    2. This modern day western features the Hero for Hire Tarantula and the contemporary versions of the Old West Marvel heroes, but has nothing to show for it except clich d dialogues and an abrupt ending.

    3. I had low expectations because this is really Marvel just plastering names of its 1950s 1960s Western comics characters on new faces and trying to do a western in the 21st century Now the idea isn t a bad one, but frankly it needed someone like Diggle who can pull this off.I first encountered his work in the pretty good Lady Constantine, and his The Losers was good enough to make me want to try the movie which isn t as bad as everyone says So to describe this in one sentenceIf you liked 80s acti [...]

    4. I loved this mini series When I was a kid, I loved Western comics as much as I did superheroes It s awesome to see a shout out to the Marvel gunslingers in a modern tale by of action movies the likes of Once Upon a Time in Mexico.

    5. I really enjoyed it because, although there is a lot of violence and action which is what I like , there is a bit of humour in it as well.

    6. Highly entertaining I was not sure what to expect when I picked this up, but I was not disappointed A modern day western, I d heard of some of the characters used here but had never really read anything with them in, but even though it s only a 5 issue run there s a lot of character development and backstory Artists and writer compliment each other perfectly, the dialogue is quick, funny and at the top of it s game And the set pieces leap of the pages especially the Two Gun Kids stunts The story [...]

    7. A bunch of old Marvel Western characters Two Gun Kid, Black Rider, that sort of thing reimagined as modern thriller characters Yet still located firmly in the Marvel Universe, even though we know the original versions exist in the past of the Marvel Universe because they regularly crop up in time travel stories Taken in isolation, it s fine, but hardly memorable and in terms of corporate thinking, I simply have no idea why it exists.

    8. Highly entertaining modernization of some classic Marvel western characters Andy Diggle is the writer here, and whole enterprise is similar to his series The Losers in tone It s one big fast paced, action packed adventure with plenty of humor, and I loved the subtle tie ins to the rest of the modern Marvel universe Good, violent fun.

    9. This is a new series from Marvel that re imagines some of their western characters Two Gun kid being the most famous one was recently in Dan Slott s She Hulk series as comedic relief Here we see a much darker side to him.Interesting characters and good plot.

    10. 3.5 Stars A quick, interesting read The end felt a bit rushed, but I enjoyed the beginning a lot Some of the character development could have been better I especially would ve liked to see of Tarantula, since she was the starting point for the story.

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