Friday, July 14, 2017

The Sixth Gun, Volume 1: Cold Dead Fingers by Cullen Bunn & Brian Hurtt, 170 pages


In the passing shadow of the Civil War, defiant Confederate General Oleander Hume waits to be let loose, too evil and warped to die, too mad with bloodlust to let go of his black magic.

He hungers for his lost and most precious possession, an ancient weapon of foreboding doom. Having fallen into the hands of an innocent girl, this last and most powerful of six revolvers is the key to unlocking unstoppable power.

But before General Hume, with his wicked bride and four twisted horsemen, can summon an army of undead to claim what is his, in his path stands Drake Sinclair--a gunslinger playing with cards close to his chest.

However, Sinclair is no white knight and is himself on the hunt for the six guns...

This is one that I would have never picked up except for the fact that it was this month's book for Comics and Cocktails. It was different, dark but an interesting read. I'm tempted to read the next one.

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