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HITMAN: WHO DARES WINS is a tale of honor, revenge, camaraderie and conscience as played out in the alleys of Gotham City. When both a group of S.A.S. British commandos and an avenging troop of mafia soldiers target hit man Tommy Monaghan and his best friend and partner, Natt, the two odd couple assassins stand side by side in a fight they know they can not win. With their ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published July 1st 2001 by DC Comics (first published 2001)
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Ondra Král
Oct 04, 2014 Ondra Král rated it it was amazing
Asi můj nejoblíbenější díl Hitmana
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Tragic and brutal, a little overly dark but stuffed with so much heart it's impossible not to love. Hitman #34, tho. Deservedly considered on of the best all time superman stories. I mean damn. The arc with his family was fucked up but somehow still good. Tom and the Tynanda story were also good, as tommy and our heroes became more and more human. Loved it
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Oct 07, 2012 Natalie rated it it was amazing
I just love this comic. It's kind of the much-less-incredibly rude version of "The Boyz." Tommy Monaghan and Nat the Hat are good characters. In this volume, they meet some really tough guys – some former SAS soldiers. It's an eye-opening experience for our heroes!
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Goddamn the characters in this edition of Hitman are hard core!
Tragic and hugely enjoyable.
But why DC has not put out more Hitman collections is beyond me.
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