The GeeksverseHack/Slash #11 -Review

Hack/Slash #11 -Review
Published on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 by

Cassie Hack fulfills her obligations to the White Warden in dimension 555, if that obligation is justice or as an assassin is a matter of perspective. Bomb Queen, one of the run-aways, taunts Hack in a manner that the reader expects from Tim Seeley’s title: verbally and sexually with a touch of violence.

HACK/SLASH #11
story TIM SEELEY
art DANIEL LEISTER
cover A TIM SEELEY & CARLOS BADILLA
cover B EMILIO LAISO

I’m glad that this trans-dimensional story arc ended well. Hopefully now that it is the story line will get back to thumping monsters. The last few story arcs have moved further from the Black Lamp and further into Nef and other dimensions. I want more of the Cassie Hack that has appeared in the Dynamite mini-series.

I want more Vlad and Sam than is in this issue, although Bomb Queen helps Cassie, and the reader, learn about the Darkness that pumpkin face faces.

Discuss on the Pryde Forum. As always, check out Hack/Slash Inc. for anything and everything Tim Seeley and Hack/Slash including preview of Hack/Slash #11.

Vlad is dying! Samhain is in the clutches of the highly evil, Bomb Queen, missing a limb or two! And a lone Cassie has to take out one really psychotic mime! Things are getting ugly up in here, in the conclusion to INTERDIMENSIONAL WOMEN’S PRISON BREAKOUT.

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