by Russell Burlingame
It's a very Western Hot Shot of the Week!
For the second time since the series started, I'm slapping our Hot Shot of the Week honors on Dynamite Entertainment's The Man With No Name. The sixth issue, which hit this week, wrapped up Christos Gage's opening arc, alternately titled "The Good, The Bad and the Uglier" or "Saints & Sinners," depending on what issue of the comic you looked at. Gage is off the title starting next issue, and the book will take on a rotating creative team who write an arc and then wander away, a la the way Marvel is currently dealing with The Amazing Spider-Man, but here's hoping it continues to be as good as Gage's, which (to the surprise of many) was a sequel to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly that most purists would be hard-pressed to find issue with.
The Official Word
Man With No Name: The Good, The Bad and The Uglier #6
Covers: Richard Isanove / Writer: CHRISTOS GAGE
Penciller and Inker: WELLINGTON DIAS / Colorist: Bruno Hang
Our opening story arc concludes as writer Christos Gage and artist Wellington Dias (and don't forget those incredible painted covers by Richard Isanove) - will Blondie and Ramirez end up going out in a blaze of glory like Butch and Sundance? Find out in this thrilling conclusion of "saints and Sinners"!
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