- Series: The Sixth Gun (Book 7)
- Paperback: 160 pages
- Publisher: Oni Press (October 7, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1620101416
- ISBN-13: 978-1620101414
- Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 0.5 x 10.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #608,346 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Sixth Gun Vol. 7: Not the Bullet, But the Fall Paperback – October 7, 2014
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About the Author
CULLEN BUNN is the writer of comic books such THE SIXTH GUN, SHADOW ROADS, THE DAMNED, HELHEIM, and THE TOOTH for Oni Press. He has also written titles including HARROW COUNTY (Dark Horse), UNCANNY X-MEN, and DEADPOOL AND THE MERCS FOR MONEY (Marvel). Cullen claims to have worked as an Alien Autopsy Specialist, Rodeo Clown, Pro Wrestling Manager, and Sasquatch Wrangler. He has fought for his life against mountain lions and performed on stage as the World’s Youngest Hypnotist. Buy him a drink sometime, and he'll tell you all about it. His website is www.cullenbunn.com. Twitter: @cullenbunn
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The first thing I noticed about this volume is how much the cast has grown from Becky and Drake to seven people total. Cullen Bunn must’ve noticed that as well because he spends this book whittling down the numbers back down to two! Not the Bullet, But the Fall (great title), is a near book-length battle scene with characters getting knocked off in each chapter. It’s made more exciting by the disintegration of the heroes’ group from the inside with the unstable elements turning against each other. Drake is also changing for the worse after holding on to most of the guns for so long and his actions become unpredictable.
Hats off to Brian Hurtt for yet another amazing-looking book! Those panels of a desolated future with Asher Cobb walking the ruins, the underground structure the Knights of Solomon are constructing, and even a quiet, simple bar scene at the start are rendered with enormous skill to look beautiful.
Also included is a standalone issue that shows how Griselda went from ordinary girl to monstrous hag which is a fine add-on to the main story. But basically there’s not a whole lot to say about this seventh volume besides it’s a really fun comic that reads really smoothly and enjoyably! It’s also good to see our heroes at their lowest ebb, kind of like the end of The Empire Strikes Back. I don’t think we’ve seen our heroes without any of the guns so seeing how they’ll manage the fight back without them looks like it’s going to be really interesting. Want to read a really good supernatural western comic? The Sixth Gun is all that and a plate of grits!
The last chapter with The Gray Witch dragged on a bit. I also do not know why they made it seem that the boy in the last chapter being Oliander was some big surprise (by not saying his name until the very last panel) when it was very obvious. Had this chapter come much earlier in the book, it would have worked, but being this late in the story was a little bit of a derailment of the story. The rest of the book though definitely makes up for this.
If you have made it this far, there is no way you will not stay to see how it ends. Everything is being built up perfectly for what I hope is an epic end.