Nathaniel Dusk

Nathaniel Dusk[BOOKS] ✯ Nathaniel Dusk By Don McGregor – Tbjewellers.co.uk The complete adventures of Nathaniel Dusk seen recently in Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's smash hit DOOMSDAY CLOCK series are now collected here in their entirety for the first time everWalking the mean The complete adventures of Nathaniel Dusk seen recently in Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's smash hit DOOMSDAY CLOCK series are now collected here in their entirety for the first time everWalking the mean streets of Depression era New York City private eye Nathaniel Dusk isn't afraid to get into the gutters and dark alleys of the town he calls home A World War I veteran Dusk couldn't stomach the corruption of the police force and decided to take the law into his own hands With just his wits and his fists this wily detective brings the worst New York has to offer to its knees until the fight becomes much personal than he ever bargained forWith art from the legendary Gene Colan BATMAN these pulp tales originally from the s will shed light on the incredible character that plays such a pivotal role in the landmark series that sees the Watchmen invading the DC universe Now completely remastered Nathaniel Dusk THE COMPLETE COLLECTION brings back to life one of the hidden gems in DC lore Collects Nathaniel Dusk and Nathaniel Dusk II .

Donald Francis McGregor is an American comic book writer best known for his work for Marvel Comics and the author of one of their first graphic novels.

Nathaniel Dusk ePUB ´ Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 312 pages
  • Nathaniel Dusk
  • Don McGregor
  • 13 January 2016
  • 9781401286255

12 thoughts on “Nathaniel Dusk

  1. says:

    I only read Nathaniel Dusk II “The Apple Peddler Dies” so this review is for the second only Goodreads does not have a entry for the stories individually I got this series in a 5 grab bag from a comic store and at first I was a bit hesitant Then I started readingThe story reads like a 50’s detective noir It hit those classic noir genre beats perfectly the Amanda intro was noir to the T I enjoyed reading it as if I were a 1950’s chain smoking youngster The overall plot was a bit predictable some of the plot twists weren’t as shocking but I’m not sure if it’s because by 2019 this type of story has been done plenty of times before I’d be interested to see whether or not the ending was actually shocking to readers when it was published Because I didn’t read the first Nathaniel Dusk mini series I did miss out on some character development and plot but this story filled me in on the major points and did a good job on keeping me in the loop without having read the first story line Overall enjoyable series with a gritty main character and cool tone If you like noir this is for you

  2. says:

    This collection doesn't actually exist but goodreads is a good enough place as any to offer my enthusiastic review of the comics Nathaniel Dusk I relies on action set pieces and really is only there to give the character some great back story for Nathaniel Dusk II which is a tightly written if somewhat predictable detective yarn Both have all the cheesy ham fisted private eye metaphors you can stomach and Gene Colan's portraiture Be forewarned there's a drawing of dead kid in the first issue of Nathaniel Dusk II that's a bit too traumatizing for a comic book and an apt example of the personality crisis this comic has it does such a good job of being histrionically accurate and paying homage to private eye novels that it ends up taking itself real seriously almost too much so when you consider the corny monologue

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