Hack / Slash Volume 2: Death By Sequel (v. 2)
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Hack / Slash Volume 2: Death By Sequel (Hack/Slash #2)

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Everyone's favorite slasher-slasher is back in a slue of bloody adventures Follow Cassie Hack and her hefty partner Vlad as they go everywhere from killer chipmunk hunting to Japan to Cassie's worst nightmare, literally The second volume from creator Tim Seeley (G.I. Joe vs. Transfomers: Art of War, Loaded Bible) takes you even deeper into what it means to hunt psychotic k...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published April 24th 2007 by Devil's Due Publishing (first published 2007)
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i was just reading these in comic format and was digging on them so i figured i'd rate it on here.

anyway, tim seeley's comic about a girl and her behemoth who travel the country killing "slashers" (undead serial killers who just keep coming back and back) is full of referential humor and sight/dialog gags that lovingly lampoon the horror genre. what makes that acceptable (as opposed to the "scream"-school of referential humor, which got old fast) is that it's immersed in the world of horror gee...more
This book continues to be fun and interesting in volume 2. I will admit that this one is not as good as volume 1 but still great. The stories are still fun and interesting, and the nice thing is if theirs a slasher they can't bring in due to copyright, they can make a villain who has similar abilities to that copyright protected slasher, which is what they do great in. Funny humorous really gory, just what every reader needs! Highly recommend it!
Like Hack / Slash volume 1, this graphic book is really good, a few stories were a little confusing, but other than that the book is great and the art work is even better.
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More silly mindless slasher fun!
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Tim Seeley is a comic book artist and writer known for his work on books such as G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, The Dark Elf Trilogy, Batman Eternal and Grayson. He is also the co-creator of the Image Comics titles Hack/Slash[1] and Revival, as well as the Dark Horse titles, ExSanguine and Sundowners. He lives in Chicago.
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Revival, Vol. 1: You're Among Friends Revival, Vol. 2: Live Like You Mean It Hack/Slash Omnibus Hack/Slash Omnibus Volume 2 Hack/Slash, Vol. 1: First Cut

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