The Crow: Skinning the Wolves #1 – Review

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Issue: The Crow: Skinning the Wolves
Writer: James O’Barr
Artist: Jim Terry
Publisher: IDW
Release Date: December 2012
Price: $3.99

“James O’Barr returns to The Crow! In this special three-part tale, O’Barr and artist Jim Terry craft a harrowing tale set at a death camp in 1940s Germany, where a simple game of chess turns deadly, leading to the creation of a new Crow, giving new meaning to the term Gotterdammerung (“Death of the Gods”)! “

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I have to admit that when it comes to The Crow comics I am always on the fence. Of course the first series was amazing, but after that it really seemed to be hit or miss for me. I was really excited to not only see that O’Barr was back on this title, but that Jim Terry was on the art. Jim’s artwork in this issue is GORE-Geous…

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By Nicholas Maithya Posted in Reviews

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