At the end of the third issue of “HACK/SLASH: MY FIRST MANIAC” Cassie found that hunting down serial killers wasn’t as easy as it looked, and she found it out the hard way. Now Tim Seeley’s popular heroine finds herself in the hands of Grinface with little hope of escaping. Inside you can check out the first 5 pages of issue #4 before it drops on September 22nd. Read on for the skinny!
Next Wednesday Tim Seeley will be continuing what is possibly the best arc yet of his fan favorite ‘HACK/SLASH’ series with the third issue of ‘MY FIRST MANIAC’, and to get fans pumped Image Comics has released an expanded 9 page look at the title that you can check out if you make the jump. Read on for the skinny.
After an absolutely abysmal week for new comics (Hey don’t blame us for no pick of the week, because frankly, there was nothing worth recommending) last week due to the holiday, comic book fans can rejoice as the Summer push is finally upon us, and this week you will have plenty of great titles to choose from. However, if you are looking for a sure fire way to drop $4s and feel great about it afterwords, then look no further than our BD Pick Of The Week this week, “HACK/SLASH: MY FIRST MANIAC”! Inside you can read the first 5 pages and also read our official review of the book that awards it with a rare 5 Skulls! How’s that for a ‘why you should care’? Read on for the skinny!
When Tim Seeley made the announcement that he would be taking his flagship title “HACK/SLASH” away from publisher Devil’s Due and moving over to Image Comics, there was a very positive outcry amongst fans of the series who saw the move as a step in the right direction for their beloved series. It is true that under DDP the title felt as if it were being held down, and with many issues finding themselves pushed back or delayed from their original release dates it was apparent that change was needed. With the final issue of “SUPER SIDEKICK SLEEPOVER SLAUGHTER” that was released last month, Tim has decided to boldly go where he has never gone before: into the origins of his iconic heroine, Cassie Hack. Read On For The Full Review.