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Shade, the Changing Man (1990-1996) #45

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
“A Season in Hell” part 1! The Shade-Kathy-Lenny triangle grows more unstable as Shade struggles with a terrible ultimatum, and Kathy comes to a decision about her pregnancy.
Kindle Edition, 26 pages
Published by Vertigo
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Sep 16, 2014 Keith rated it really liked it
A review of "Vol 8: A Season In Hell" (issues 45-50)

More later, maybe? But ah, God. That was dark as fuck.


In my continuing reviews of the never-published collections of Shade, I couldn't even bring myself to add a star rating after the handful of issues that make up "Season in Hell." The plot's a pretty tired old chestnut: Shade and Kathy have discovered they're pregnant with a magic child. Both the angels and the devil (or maybe the good and bad aliens, or maybe the good and bad constructs of
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Gwendolyn rated it it was amazing
Aug 09, 2014
Kathy decides to have the baby and the celestials order Shade to kill his own child.
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