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    Dave Ebersole, Delia Gable,

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ISBN: 9781938720765

Dash #3

by: Dave Ebersole, Delia Gable
4.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Zita Makara is out for blood and Dash is in her sights! Can he stop her before another life is lost? Is she really the monster she appears to be…or is someone else pulling the strings?

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Overview

Zita Makara is out for blood and Dash is in her sights! Can he stop her before another life is lost? Is she really the monster she appears to be…or is someone else pulling the strings?

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ISBN: 9781938720765
Publisher: Northwest Press
Publish Date: 2015
Page Count: 24

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Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 10 x 6.625 x .125 in

  1. “There’s a new woman, the perky blonde Miss Butterback, who is a lot more than she pretends to be (another classic character type, welcome to see). Plus, Dash is dragged back to the police station for a new revelation and a coming threat.” Read Joanna Draper Carlson’s review on Comics Worth Reading.

  2. “A good mystery is when slowly but surely, you see how occurrences that, at first glance, don’t seem to have any connection to each other connect together in a cohesive way, and that’s what we get with Dash.” Read Foxy Jazzabelle’s full review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    “Brendan Fraser would love for Hollywood to pen up something as exciting as Dash, the ongoing series from the likes of Dave Ebersole and artist Delia Gable. If you thought Hollywood was running out of ideas, point them in the direction of one of our favorite independent duos in today’s day-in-age of ComiXology’s fine submit platform and the wonders of how the internet showcases us talent day in and day out.” Read Jordan Cruz’s review on Pulp Cultured.

  4. 3 out of 5

    “Dash is still fun as a character and I enjoyed his banter with his saucy secretary and his more pointed snarking towards homophobic police detective Bruno Fernez.” Read Patti Martinson’s review on Sequential Tart.

  5. Dash is a solid story in and of itself. But what I find most intriguing is how the individuals of 1940 act and interact, knowing Dash’s sexual orientation. Who accepts him, who tolerates him, and who actively hates him. The story doesn’t at all revolve around Dash’s homosexuality, and all of the characters seem well-rounded outside of whatever relationship they have with Dash, but that identity Dash brings to the table and how others feel about that make for an interesting undercurrent that runs through the book.” Read Sean Kleefeld’s review on Kleefeld on Comics.