The Darkness Origins Volume 3
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The Darkness Origins Volume 3

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Go back to the beginning and rediscover what made The Darkness one of the most talked about titles of the last 10 years! Jackie Estacado, mafia hitman, blessed and cursed on his 21st birthday with the ancient power of The Darkness. Only as Estacado begins to gain control over the power of his newfound power, a new enemy emerges in the form of - The Magdalena! The Catholic...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published July 5th 2011 by Image Comics (first published March 22nd 2011)
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Levon Valle
The third Volume in a series that gives readers - especially newcomers - a sufficient glimpse into the origins of a celebrated series is easily one of the highlights of The Darkness Origins collection. Great artistry and writing are a mainstay as usual, with our favorite villains - Sonatine - scheming as usual while new forces enter the fray, further complicating Jackie Estacado's difficult life. There's nary a disappointing moment.

As usual, carnage, horror, and graphic violence is intertwined w...more
Nacho MG
La loca y divertida macarrada de Ennis y Silvestri es menos loca, menos divertida y bastante menos macarra cuando Ennis y Silvestri no están. Un cómic en la linea de lo que se publicaba en los 90 al que le salva el componente autoparódico.

En el siguiente tomo empieza la etapa de Scott Lodbell. TERROR.
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