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The Spider: Judgment Knight #2

The Spider: Judgment Knight #2
CBR | Sep 23, 2009 | 32 Pages | 12.2 MB
The Spider: Judgment Knight is a gorgeously done graphic novel from Moonstone, and now it's going to be a series. It is based on The Devil’s Paymaster from The Spider Magazine, May, 1941 with distinctive noirish black-and-white artwork. A mix of hardboiled prose and art, each page has three sections, prose top and bottom, about half the page, and an art panel in the middle, half the page. As you look at two facing pages, the art is one continuous panel stretching across both. They call it wide-vision, and it makes for a unique perspective onto a true pulp fiction character. "Judgment Knight" is the series tag, with each issue apparently titled. Issue #2 is titled, "Tomahawks From Hell". I'm still looking for Issue #1, though.

The body count is high as the most ruthless crime fighter of all time stars in his very own wide-vision graphic novel! Adaptation of the Spider classic “The Devil’s Paymaster”. A murderous ghost terrorizes New York City, dealing gruesome agonized death to any who stand in the way of his quest for power. The Spider finds himself wounded and caught in a desperate battle within America’s very symbol of freedom, the Statue of Liberty. At stake, the fate of millions and the life of the woman he loves. Story by Will Murray; Art by Giovanni Timpano, Cover by Gary Carbon
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