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Posted - 12/14/2016 :  3:38:02 PM  Show Profile  Visit Richv1's Homepage  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share

Title: The Huntsman # 1
Publisher: Heroic Publishing
Story: Steve Perrin
Pencils: Pete McDonnel
Inks: Jim Janes, Jeff Albrecht
Letters: Carrie Spiegle, Jean Simek
Colors: Mike Worley, Janice Cohen
Price: $ 9.50 US, $ 11.50 Can
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: A son returns home to his father to join his business. Don Hunter is now ex military. Now at his dad's business there is funny business going on. Building 5 may hold the answers. Don decides to go undercover so the Huntsman is born. Not to imaginative an origin. It is a very simple origin.
The men inside the business are from the Demon. The Demon runs an evil organization. The Huntsman gets into some hard hitting fights which are well illustrated to bring out the excitement of them.
An Eternity Smith Crossover Preview with Annie and Boomer starring in "One Night in Dallas". Story by Dennis Mallonee, pencils by Keith Tucker, inks by Tim Burgard, letters Carrie Spiegle and colors Janice Cohen. Annie and Boomer find themselves investigating a murder. The man they are after is more than just a man. He is a mystery although he does seem to be a bit of a play on the Joker. It is an interesting story though with excitement and characters you will want to know more about.
The first two chapters of the origin of the Huntsman are featured in this issue. His character is a hard hitting super-hero who fights for his dad and their company.

Title: The Huntsman # 1
Publisher: Heroic Publishing
Story: Steve Perrin, Dennis Mallonee
Pencils: Pete McDonnel, Ciro J. Napolitano, Rick Hoberg
Inks: Jeff Albrecht, Craig Stormon, Aaron McClellan
Letters: Jean Simek, Jean Simek, Carrie Speigle
Colors: Janice Cohen, Dick O'Malley
Price: $ 9.50 US, $ 11.50 Can
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Comments: Donald Hunter is the Huntsman. He faces a demonic Succubus. These two get into a rough and tumble fight. Its fists vs claws.
To take on the demons at large Hunter calls on Icestar and Rose to help. The demons are not illustrated at all scary.
The super-heroes in the Heroic Universe are all portrayed more realistically than others. Which makes them easier to identify with.
"The Case of the Living Dead Man!" This is an adventure of the Huntsman and Psyche together.
The art is plain. The peoples faces any amateur artist could draw them as well.
An old man's living Will is to be read. There is a lot of drama in this family. No super-heroics here just tons of in fighting among this families members.
"Eternity Smith" Eternity Smith and friends including Skylark journey to a remote base where a cube was discovered. This story does not have much in the way of letting you know what is going on. It could be the opening for a horror movie, again though it should give you a hunt.

Richard Vasseur
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