Tuesday, July 09, 2013

To Hell You Ride: Journey's End


Today, I'll be reviewing the fifth and final installment of Lance Henriksen's, Joe Maddrey's and Tom Mandrake's epic poem, the horror comic-book To Hell You Ride.  

Before I post that final review, however, I want to catch everyone up about where we've been in this saga of an Indian curse brought to life in modern-day Colorado.

First I'll re-post my interview with the creative team, and reviews of chapters one through four, and then I'll post the fifth and final review this afternoon.

2 comments:

  1. John,

    In my comment on your review of the second issue, I said that "you will always be an integral part" of this comic book series. I still think that's true. I don't know if other websites followed the whole series from start to finish. I don't know if anyone reviewed multiple issues. But even if they did, I don't believe anyone else could ever understand this series on the level that you do. You are The Fourth Man. ;-)

    Well-done on your journey.

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    1. Hi Terri,

      Thank you so much for those kind words, my friend. They mean a lot to me.

      To Hell You Ride has indeed been a great journey, full of dramatic narrative twist and turns, and a hell of a lot of subtext and social critique. I wish I had the resources to produce it as a feature film! :)

      All my best,
      John

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