During 2013, readers got a chance to welcome some new additions to their buy list, while saying farewell to a couple of their personal favorites. The DC timeline jumped backwards, sending Batman back to “Year Zero,” while Marvel unleashed Galactus on the Ultimate Universe. When readers went outside the Big Two, there were creators experimenting with their artwork at IDW and Image. Even an iconic actor, known for his memorable movie roles, jumped into comics writing at Dark Horse. By the end of the year, a critically acclaimed horror series finally closed its last chapter.
Usually twelve issues are reserved for mainstream crossovers, like “Battle of the Atom” and “Forever Evil,” but I was totally surprised to see at least three original titles taking that much time and dedication to tell one ambitious and serialized narrative. Here is my Top 10 List for Best Horror Miniseries of 2013. READ MORE
An epic supernatural tale about past mistakes and redemption, “To Hell You Ride” HC is an ambitious masterpiece of dark imagery and nonlinear storytelling. Brilliantly put together, this is a clever hybrid of the horror and western genres. From the mind of iconic actor Lance Henriksen (Aliens), “To Hell You Ride” is an unforgettable read that will stay with you for a very long time. READ MORE
As the final installment, “To Hell You Ride” #5 delivers a highly satisfactory and noteworthy conclusion. This is a knockout collaboration of story and art brilliantly put together. From its expressive prose to its awe-inspiring imagery, there is no reason why you shouldn’t buy the “To Hell You Ride” finale. READ MORE
With such unforgettable imagery and expressive prose, To Hell You Ride #4 delivers another knockout installment. Since the first issue, I have truly enjoyed the “To Hell You Ride” series because of its epic storytelling and vibrant artwork. I can’t recommend this book enough. READ MORE
With vivid imagery and strong storytelling, To Hell You Ride #3 continues the series with another terrific installment. As the story gains momentum, this is a comic you will have trouble putting down. READ MORE
An ambitious revenge/western horror hybrid, To Hell You Ride #2 continues to be a visually sweeping tale. This is a comic you will not be able to put down. After playing such memorable roles in film and TV, readers will discover that actor Lance Henriksen certainly has a knack for comics writing. READ MORE
Lance Henriksen, yes that Lance Henriksen, is telling quite the supernatural horror story and it continues this week in To Hell Your Ride #2. Who would have guessed the man has a knack for comic writing? Check it out below. READ MORE
A great kickoff, the themes and nonlinear storytelling in To Hell You Ride #1 are unified in beautiful sweeping style. Actor Lance Henricksen’s first turn at comic writing will leave a lasting impression with his revenge/western horror hybrid. Lance Henriksen’s comics debut doesn’t disappoint and should not be missed. READ MORE
After a sacred burial ground is vandalized, a deadly curse is released upon a small town in To Hell You Ride #1. The local townspeople are not prepared for the wrath of the four angry spirits who have awakened with a taste for vengeance. The townspeople are in deep as their skin suddenly begins to burn, flesh melting off their bones.
Known for playing such memorable roles as Bishop in Aliens and Frank Black in the Millennium TV series, actor/writer Lance Henriksen sat down with Bloody Disgusting to discuss his ride to hell, co-writing the script with his biographer Joseph Maddrey, and the experience of his comic-writing debut.
The first issue of Dark Horse Comics’ “To Hell You Ride”, written by Lance Henriksen with art from Tom Mandrake, hits the shelves December 12th. READ MORE