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El Diablo: The Haunted Horseman

2.67 of 5 stars 2.67  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  2 reviews
The haunted horseman of the wild west returns to the DC Universe in this six-issue miniseries from writer Jai Nitz (BLUE BEETLE, THE BATMAN STRIKES!) and the art team of Phil Hester and Ande Parks (GREEN ARROW, NIGHTWING)!
Who is Chato Santana? A ruthless ganglord or a modern-day Robin Hood? Caught between the law and a power struggle in his gang, Chato meets Lazarus Lane,
Paperback, 144 pages
Published July 7th 2009 by DC Comics
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Jean-Pierre Vidrine
This is a terrific read and an excellent contribution to what was once a DC Comics staple, the legacy character. Nitz eschews black-and-white characterization, writing sinners we can actually consider loving. The art of Phil Hester and Ande Parks is energetic and perfectly suited to this story. I also have to acknowledge that this book has one of the best latter-day uses of the Freedom Fighters.
John Yelverton
A true atrocity as they take such a wonderful character and completely ruined him.
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Jai Nitz is an American comic book writer who has written for Marvel, DC, Image, Disney, Dynamite, and other publishers. He graduated from the University of Kansas in 1998 with a degree in film studies. He won the prestigious Xeric Foundation grant in 2003 for his self-published anthology, Paper Museum. He won the Bram Stoker Award in 2004 for excellence in illustrated narrative for Heaven’s Devil ...more
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