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Blue Hand Mojo: Hard Times Road #2020

Blue Hand Mojo Hard Times Road Bronzeville Chicago The mage Frank Half Dead Johnson is a marked man Literally A drunken decision fueled by tragedy has left him with half a soul sorcerous powers and two centuries to work of

  • Title: Blue Hand Mojo: Hard Times Road
  • Author: John Jennings
  • ISBN: 9780990319146
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • Blue Hand Mojo: Hard Times Road By John Jennings, 1931 Bronzeville Chicago The mage, Frank Half Dead Johnson, is a marked man Literally A drunken decision fueled by tragedy has left him with half a soul, sorcerous powers, and two centuries to work off his debt to Scratch aka The Devil himself Blue Hand Mojo Hard Times Road This graphic novel by artist writer, John Jennings, chronicles three adventures with thi1931 Bronzeville Chicago The mage, Frank Half Dead Johnson, is a marked man Literally A drunken decision fueled by tragedy has left him with half a soul, sorcerous powers, and two centuries to work off his debt to Scratch aka The Devil himself Blue Hand Mojo Hard Times Road This graphic novel by artist writer, John Jennings, chronicles three adventures with this tragic conjure man Watch as Half Dead attempts to save his own soul, pay his debt, and help as many people as he can along the way It s a hard hitting Hoodoo Noir highball with just a splash of Southern Gothic Smack dab in the dark heart of the Windy City Hold on tight It s going to be a bumpy ride down Hard Times Road.

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    1. This is my first introduction to Frank and I loved it This is a book that doesn t only pull the reader into the story but yanks them by the straps and puts them in the middle of it It was a page turner for me and a very enjoyable one There is enough conflict, intrigue, and laughs that at the end of it, I was left feeling attached to the main character and wanting .Without spoiling anything, I can say that the supernatural powers used by Frank are well balanced I really love plots that heavily in [...]

    2. I thought this was both deeply creative storytelling and also very gripping It is a story with a significant back story Who is Frank Half Dead Johnson and what is this mysterious and dark power that he wields What is the deal he made with unfathomable darkness and why is it that men call upon him to solve dark mystery and sometimes ask him to commit dark crimes.As the story unfolds we begin to understand that Frank is not a man to be trifled with because he wields darkness as a power but he is a [...]

    3. Wow Blue Hand Mojo is an amazing graphic novel The artwork is gorgeous dark and edgy, perfect for a surreal tale of hoodoo and gangsters John Jennings is a talented author and artist Frank Half Dead Johnson is a marked man, owned in part by the Devil and in part by Noir, the dark goddess of imagination From her, Frank gets his magic, and from the Devil his task to acquire souls for Ole Scratch s final musical number In 1931, having dark skin doesn t make for an easy life, and with Frank s additi [...]

    4. Blue Hand Mojo Hard Times Road by John Jennings is an urban fantasy that has an interesting story and unusual art going for it I enjoyed the ride, but it s definitely of the R rated variety.Frank Johnson is known as Half Dead in his neighborhood for the deal he made with the devil to save his life In return, he got a blue hand and some weird powers Because of this, he has a debt to work off He does this by helping people out The latest of these people is a Chicago gangster named Mac the Shark, a [...]

    5. Frank Is Back Hard Times Gettin Harder.About a year and a half ago had a Kindle comic of this title that ran about 34 pages It was great Now, we have a 104 page graphic novel paperback that consists, according to the blurbs, of three adventures of Frank Half Dead Johnson It looks like the first adventure is what we got in the earlier Kindle release The balance of this book is two new adventures that expand on and wrap up the first adventure That s all fine by me because the first episode was gre [...]

    6. When Frank s whole world was destroyed, he made a deal with The Devil that cost him half his soul and left him with magical powers He has two hundred years to pay off his debt There s a purpose for Frank s mojo, but he sometimes uses it to help others Mac the Shark, an old associate of Frank s and one of Al Capone s men, pops in with a job for Frank Some kind of dark magic seems to be killing off Mac s crew and Frank is the only man he knows who can stop it.I ve been stalking John Jenning s art [...]

    7. Two and a half goodread stars.Having seen the initial issue of this some time ago, it was good to revisit the world of these pages, even if the end result is incredibly patchy Yes, have a black and white painted comic, but when a key detail is something turning bright blue at least try and make it obvious Several pages and panels have a peculiar order with which to read the speech balloons and captions, and there are typos galore But importantly, there is also something pretty damn interesting a [...]

    8. A half dead magic man walks the slums of Chicago in 1931, helping out an old friend while trying to regain what he d lost, or likely sold, to the devil.This is the first time I ve heard the term Hoodoo noir As far as the artwork, it translates into harsh black and white drawings, though some of the work is intricate When it comes to dialogue, which appears on the side of the drawings, while he mostly speaks usual, he ll also bring out stuff like I likes my liquor and I m starvin for some beans, [...]

    9. Half Dead Johnson has made a deal with the devil to provide him souls in exchange for power One of his old buddies is in trouble and comes to Johnson for help He s being hunted by a golem for killing someone s son.Reminiscent of the Dresden Files with a less altruistic character I liked the prose written to the side of the panels to display his inner monologue The art needs to be a little defined Also, because the book is black and white, you need a better way visually of showing the blue hand [...]

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