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He had no friends, this Jonah Hex, but he did have two companions: one was death itself The comic book landscape, long populated by capes and cowls, has had a sudden outcropping of cowboy hats. This recent resurgence of Western comics - including titles like Loveless, Streets of Glory, and Ghost Rider: Trail of Tears - is characterized by a bleak outlook and a Texas-sized dose of graphic violence.

Even the ostensibly kid - friendly Lone Ranger stars in a new comic splattered with enough blood to fill a ten - gallon hat. Based on the hideously scarred think Clint Eastwood as The Man With No Name - if someone melted half his face bounty hunter created in by writer John Albano and artist Tony DeZuniga, this new, hard - as - nails Hex series has become the best Western that no one is reading.

Dark and dogged, the comic delivers gripping tales of the bad old days, month after month, thanks to writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray and a series of dynamic artists including Luke Ross, Phil Noto, Paul Gulacy and a returning DeZuniga.

At times closer in tone to an EC Comics horror anthology than a traditional Western a recent, ghastly story focused on two psychopathic sisters who butcher men for sustenance and kicks , Hex brutally disabuses readers of any halcyon portraits of the Wild West, and serves up brooding, stand-alone stories in the process.

Now, more than two years later, Jonah Hex clings to life as tenaciously as its titular hero, riding from adventure to grim adventure, never knowing what lies around the next corner.

During the turn of the century around traveling folk would sing these recounts of the life and death of criminals that always had a moral at the end and had themes like death, vengeance and retribution as central themes.

Jonah Hex encounters his fair share of white hats who believe themselves to be righteous but even if some of them start with the best of intentions most of them have to go up against Jonah Hex when they go too far.

Which is never a good thing. Because like Clint Eastwood in the movies Jonah is the toughest, meanest and most unkillable MF under the sun. But somehow he survives it all. What I liked about the issues is that since it are all single stories you can pick and choose which issues you buy without loosing part of a longer running story which was perfect for me since I was only interested in the Jordi Bernet issues.

I was always a fan of Jordi Bernet and even had the luck to get some signed comics and even some original sketches at the Salon del Comic de Barcelona.

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So when he told me during one of his signing sessions that he would be doing more issues of Jonah Hex I was delighted. One of the most popular and revered European comics creators working today, Jordi Bernet remains relatively unknown to all but the most-studious comics fans in America which is a real shame.

Rather, it's quite full of anti heroes and genre characters who come from a very day-to-day reality. During the turn of the century around traveling folk would sing these recounts of the life and death of criminals that always had a moral at the end and had themes like death, vengeance and retribution as central themes.

Jonah Hex encounters his fair share of white hats who believe themselves to be righteous but even if some of them start with the best of intentions most of them have to go up against Jonah Hex when they go too far. Which is never a good thing.

Because like Clint Eastwood in the movies Jonah is the toughest, meanest and most unkillable MF under the sun. But somehow he survives it all. What I liked about the issues is that since it are all single stories you can pick and choose which issues you buy without loosing part of a longer running story which was perfect for me since I was only interested in the Jordi Bernet issues.

I was always a fan of Jordi Bernet and even had the luck to get some signed comics and even some original sketches at the Salon del Comic de Barcelona.

Gespenster Geschichten (1974) – komplett

So when he told me during one of his signing sessions that he would be doing more issues of Jonah Hex I was delighted. One of the most popular and revered European comics creators working today, Jordi Bernet remains relatively unknown to all but the most-studious comics fans in America which is a real shame.

Rather, it's quite full of anti heroes and genre characters who come from a very day-to-day reality. Which made him a perfect match for this.

Even if he never was at a real bullfight like the one in issue 32 he knows enough about the spanish and mexican culture to depict it in a realistic way. Reading american comics can be quite interesting sometimes especially if they take place in foreign countries. One of the aspects that made Justice League so interesting in the 80s was the way in which other countries were shown because for readers from Germany like me that was a way to see how americans percieve those other countries.

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Especially Germany which in most american comics is the same as Bavaria - Volksfest, Bratwurst and lots of Lederhosen. Go ahead. Make my day. Jonah Hex is Clint Eastwood.

Gespenster Geschichten (1974) – komplett

At a meeting at Bastei in Bergisch Gladbach with the editor-in-chief Werner Geismar and the editor Ewald Fehlau I was introduced to the today very famous fantasy novel author Wolfgang Hohlbein, who was then earning his first spurs at the Bastei novel department.

Preferably textile-lacking beauties should not be missing too. After the meeting, however, I saw or heard nothing more of Hohlbein. This main story was added by two short stories.

Apart from an antique background, the additional stories had little to do with fantasy. They had a bunch of pulpy elements that meshed nicely with the adventures we were doing at the time not to mention the horror elements that came in later issues. These were that the adventurers or heroes always seemed way out ranked by the monsters and circumstances that they found themselves in.

These comics had a different feel to them aesthetically then say something like the Avengers or other titles of the time. A sense that while the main characters are heroes they're still fragile beings who find themselves in very dangerous circumstances.

In terms of how this works for an OSR campaign, it means that the heroes are the PC pivot points around which the adventure action is drawn. All of this was done with that over the top Eighties weirdness and style that I love.Even the ostensibly kid - friendly Lone Ranger stars in a new comic splattered with enough blood to fill a ten - gallon hat.

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Chas - The Knowledge OZ - Heart of Magic ab Beyond Wonderland This gun for hire Now for european comic readers and especially spanish comic readers Jordi Bernet is no stranger.

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