Jonah Hex tracks the kidnapper Thurston Moody to New Orleans in pursuit of his bounty, he soon finds himself infiltratingthe ranks of the anarchist group August 7, a group dedicated to eliminating the immigrant population of New Orleans With Dr.Arkham in jail and his companions Hawkeye and Cinnamon no where to be found, things can only get worse for Hex when the Court of Owls begin to unfurl their plan to lay siege to Gotham....
|Title||:||All Star Western Vol. 2: The War of Lords and Owls (The New 52)|
|Publisher||:||DC Comics First Edition edition March 12, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||992 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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All Star Western Vol. 2: The War of Lords and Owls (The New 52) Reviews
I can't get enough of the New 52's All Star Westerns, and Jonah Hex makes a great character. Whereas his "partner" Amadeaus Arkham is rather cliche, he can still give one or two surprises. In this book he also meets up Tallullah Black, and she's a great character. The Tie-In to the Court of Owls has nothing to do with the over Volume 2s across DC's New 52, but it's nice to see it with an Old West feel. It gives more depth to the Court, and more history.
This volume collects issues 7-12.
Great western characters. Page turning stories. One great read.
Great story and artwork. I really enjoyed the court of owls story-line. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
Of all the titles involved with the Court/Night/City of Owls storyline, Batman, All Star Western, and Nightwing are the most important. The art and writing in this book are top notch, a real pleasure to read.
Who would have thought that Jonah Hex would become DC's best comic? I've read several New 52 titles and except for Batman and Justice League(s) I was not interested. But this series (All Star Western) provides great stories and art about Jonah Hex in 19th Century Gotham City (mainly), with entertaining back-up stories as well
Great writing but the art isn't my cup of tea, nor does it seem consistent.
Great series, excellent read! Very interesting! Loved it!