Wes Cutter is a wanted man
running from a violent past - the horrors of the Civil War,
a brutal stint in a Union prison camp, and the savage fallout
of Reconstruction. But now he's come home to a town full of
deadly secrets in search of his wife Ruth - a tormented woman
who hides dark secrets of her own...
Kin of Homecoming is
quite a nasty piece of work - and I don't mean that as an
insult. It's like a western gone sour - dredging up all sorts
of politically incorrect scenarios, but handling them in a
mature fashion. But
don't worry the appeal for this collection reaches further
than those with knowledge of the American Civil War, or lovers
Brian Azzerello goes for the jugular, while Marcelo Frusin's
twisted art beautifully compliments the script.
written, beautifully illustrated and, like all good western's
this pulls no punches.