Eric Shirey
I’ve always held a minor fascination with bounty hunter Jonah Hex. His name would come up at certain times when I would read old Superman and Batman comics as a child. It wasn’t until the release of the “Jonah Hex” movie that my interest was piqued to the point that I did some research on the character.  When I saw that DC was relaunching Hex’s All Star Western title as part of the New 52 initiative with the gunslinger working in Gotham City, I figured it was time to jump onboard. I have what many would call an unhealthy addiction to anything related to Batman or his extended family. The cover of All Star Western #1 where Hex is seen riding past a Gotham City sign post was all it took to reel me in.Read more

I’ve always held a minor fascination with bounty hunter Jonah Hex. His name would come up at certain times when I would read old Superman and Batman comics as a child. It wasn’t until the release of the “Jonah Hex” movie that my interest was piqued to the point that I did some research on the character.

When I saw that DC was relaunching Hex’s All Star Western title as part of the New 52 initiative with the gunslinger working in Gotham City, I figured it was time to jump onboard. I have what many would call an unhealthy addiction to anything related to Batman or his extended family. The cover of All Star Western #1 where Hex is seen riding past a Gotham City sign post was all it took to reel me in.

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