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The Sixth Gun, V5: Winter Wolves [Format Kindle]

Cullen Bunn , Brian Hurtt , Tyler Crook , Bill Crabtree

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Together, Drake Sinclair and Becky Montcrief hold five of the Six—a set of pistols that can rewrite all of creation. This makes them targets for the living and the dead… for the human and the inhuman. As otherworldly spirits align against them, Drake and Becky find themselves trapped at a trading post frozen in a preternatural winter. If the cold doesn’t kill them, the hideous beasts lurking in the shadows will!

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 160 pages
  • Editeur : Oni Press (18 septembre 2013)
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00GUP59I2
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 As great as the previous volumes 23 décembre 2013
Par Chris Schweizer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I consider The Sixth Gun to be one of, if not the, best serialized comic in recent memory, and some of the best work currently being done in the medium. It's fun, clever, well-written, beautifully drawn, masterfully colored, and brimming with engaging characters and thoughtful reimaginings of western folklore and legend. To those who haven't read it, I usually liken it to Pirates of the Caribbean for its tone (genre adventure with fantasy and horror elements interwoven with the expected genre conceits).

Volume 5, "Winter Wolves," is the fifth story arc in the main series, and is a bit slower in pace than the earlier volumes, as is the 6th (not yet collected at the time of this review) arc "Ghost Dance." Within the framework of the larger narrative, this feels to be that middle section where things stop being "fun," where the long-reaching consequences of the characters' action or inaction start to become known, and the likely impossibility of the tasks before them starts to become manifest. This is Luke in Dagobah, Frodo in the swamps, etc. The structural necessity of the ritarded pace is, luckily, balanced by that aformentioned cleverness on the part of Bunn, Hurtt, and Crabtree. The villain that Drake and Becky have to face is a wonderful riff on a traditional western baddie, and the means by which it protects itself from the protagonists is arresting. And the sequences with the unlikely duo of rogueish lothario Kirby Smith and increasingly grumpy nine-foot-tall mystery mummy Asher Cobb showcase that the comic's creators can find the fun and wit in even the darkest situations. The duo's chase scene also features some of the loveliest and unlikeliest coloring one could expect from a book set in the Wild West.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Filler 2 avril 2014
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Drake and Becky are looking for a tracker to help them find the evil witch, Missy Hume, and accidentally stumble into a winter realm where they are hunted by a dangerous woodland spirit: the Wendigo. Meanwhile, in his search for Drake and Becky, Gord makes some unlikely allies in Kirby Hale and Asher Cobb - but the Sword of Abraham is hot on their heels.

I’ll just come right out and say it: filler. That’s what Book 5: Winter Wolves reads like. The Sixth Gun’s story is excellent - six enchanted guns which, when united, allows the wielder, good or bad, to remake the world their way - and I love the colourful cast of rogues, bandits, witches, golems and mummies against the romantic frontier days of the wild west. But the story of Becky and co’s mission to defeat the widow Hume is put on hold for this book while the two putter around Narnia slowly figuring out how to defeat the Wendigo, and Gord and the others run in circles.

It’s still written well by Cullen Bunn and there are flashes of brilliance like when we find out about Drake’s past and his last encounter with a Wendigo, and Brian Hurtt’s artwork is as gorgeous as ever, but for me the book didn’t come to life until the final chapter when Becky takes the fight to Missy Hume single-handedly.

The Winter Wolves storyline isn’t bad but I’d have preferred it to be a done-in-one or two story rather than pad out an entire book - the story doesn’t hit the high gears until the final few pages with the reveal of some new characters and an exciting new direction for the next book. I’m looking forward to the sixth book but the fifth one felt like a bit of a wash - the first time the series has been less than brilliant!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Sixth Gun, Vol. 5: Winter Wolves 16 février 2015
Par marajade - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Becky and Drake travelers to Fort Treadwill to find a tracker to find Missy Hume but they don’t get so far before something unnatural happens. They have ridden to close to a crossroad and they get stuck in a blizzard and soon their whole word has turn to winter and they are stuck in world controlled by the Windigo who is of course after the guns...

Becky and Drake really can’t catch a break, they are always hunted and not only by men but by mystical creatures of our world. But I have a feeling they are underestimating Becky, especially after I read the ending of this volume, she has grown a lot from the first time we met her in the first volume and her control of the gun is getting stronger...
4.0 étoiles sur 5 The weird West takes a chilly turn 2 mars 2014
Par W. McCoy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
The Sixth Gun, Vol. 5:Winter Wolves is, obviously, a continuation of the series. It's sort of a weird West story where magic and magical creatures exist. The main story line involves a series of six guns that can do extraordinary things. There are people who want to either possess the guns for good or evil or who want to outright destroy them. Often these people find themselves on the same side as they battle bigger things.

There are a couple story lines in this volume. In one of them, two people, Drake Sinclair and Becky Montcrief, find themselves in possession of 5 of the 6 guns. This makes them a highly sought after target. They find themselves trapped in an alternate world that is frozen. They are trapped by a wendigo that wants to make a trade.

In another story, 2 men and a mummy are being chased by agents of a group called the Sword of Abraham, who want to acquire the guns for their own means. There is a mad chase and an interesting culmination to that story line.

I found the story engaging, but it has lots of flashbacks, so it doesn't move the story forward as much as some might like. I love the combination of western and supernatural. Cullen Bunn's story is tight and full of surprises. Brian Hurtt's illustrations are crisp and scary. I loved the art and look forward to more volumes of this story.

I was given a review copy of this graphic novel by Diamond Book Distributors and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for letting me review this graphic novel.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome Continuation 30 décembre 2013
Par CustomerChaos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This ongoing story is fantastic, and the interesting developments in this volume are no exception. Highly recommended! This particular issue is a "coming together" story, where some not so pleased characters must team up to accomplish their goals. Great stuff.
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