Item description for Hack / Slash Volume 2: Death By Sequel (Hack Slash) by Tim Seeley, Skottie Young, Mike Norton, Sean Dove & Stefano Caselli...
Everyone's favorite slasher-slasher is back in a slue of bloody adventures! Follow Cassie Hack and her hefty partner Vlad as they go everywhere from killer chipmunk hunting to Japan to Cassie's worst nightmare, literally! The second volume from creator Tim Seeley (G.I. Joe vs. Transfomers: Art of War, Loaded Bible) takes you even deeper into what it means to hunt psychotic killers for a living, and looking good while you do it!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6.5" Height: 10" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Apr 25, 2007
Publisher Devil's Due Publishing
ISBN 1932796754 ISBN13 9781932796759
Availability 0 units.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Hack / Slash Volume 2: Death By Sequel (Hack Slash)?
a slight dissapointment Aug 23, 2007
Compared to the first volume of Hack/Slash, this one's pencilling looks like there wasn't much effort putten in work. To make a long story short, most of the drawings looks pretty lame compared to the first book. But the stories are actually pretty good!, maybe less than the first volume, but good. I really enjoyed reading this book, despite the graphics which you don't really care about after a few pages. Nevertheless, the trailers part was very thrilling, and I'm looking forward to the next episodes on the way, and also for volume 3.
Not quite as good as volume one but still a good read Jul 27, 2007
This, like the first volume, is a collection of "episodes", each one basically a small scale slasher movie. This volume only has two of these stories, they're both just as good as those in the first volume. The characters, writing, dialogue, are all still good, but the artwork is drastically different in this, and in my opinion, not in a good way. Once you get used to it, though, it shouldn't get in the way of your enjoyment too much. I'm surprised that they're actually turning this series into a movie as it doesn't seem to be too widely known, but it should be interesting.