Dash #4
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Dash #4

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(4 customer reviews)

$2.99$3.99

In a dank Los Angles jail cell Zita Makara reaches back through the ages to give Dash the truth he’s been seeking. But will he be able to accept it before an ancient evil monster finds them? A major turning point in this thrilling series that you cannot miss!

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Product Description

In a dank Los Angles jail cell Zita Makara reaches back through the ages to give Dash the truth he’s been seeking. But will he be able to accept it before an ancient evil monster finds them? A major turning point in this thrilling series that you cannot miss!

24 pages, color.

Additional Information

Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 10 x 6.625 x .125 in

4 reviews for Dash #4

  1. (verified owner):

    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.

  2. (verified owner):

    “Dave Ebersole and Delia Gable continues to satisfy my need for a good period comic story plot mixed with great art, mythology, madness and murder with Dash Issue 4!” Read FoxyJazzabelle’s review on Black Girl Nerds

  3. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    “Poor Dash Malone. His lover is dead, his client is locked up and there is still a murdering monster loose in Los Angles. Seems like it never rains till it pours.” Read Johnny Hughes’ review on Comic Crusaders

  4. (verified owner):

    “Dash has surprised and pleased again in the fourth issue that has told us so much, so fast and they way the book is going about it puts it up there with some of the best content we’ve read from any creator, from any publisher. Period.” Read Jordan Cruz’ review on Pulp Cultured.

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