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Dallas Powers Words by Jen Contino, Images by Juan Navarro

Cheating in a card game seems a valid excuse to blow someone away - especially in the Old West, but what made Dallas Powers kill the barmaid? Has Dallas gone on a killing spree? Can the shaky Sheriff get answers or will he wind up six feet under as well?
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big's Review of Dallas Powers
This was a very original story and the art built just the right amount of suspense leading up to the climax.
I loved this comic. Juan's art was as darkly comic as was the tale.  His shadowy art built the suspense wonderfully. His style reminds of McFarlane and Capullo from the Spawn series. I enjoyed it the way you would enjoy an expensive piece of chocolate. It only lasted a few moments but I'll be thinking about it for while. ... read it now!


Scoleri Bros.'s Review of Dallas Powers
What can be said but "amazing".
Dallas Powers is a great one shot with quite possibly one of the best short storylines on the site. The twist at the end makes you have to go back and re-read the entire thing to fully appreciate it. ... read it now!




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