BEST REVIEW EVER: THE BLACK HOOD #5
TITLE: THE BLACK HOOD #5
PUBLISHER: Dark Circle Comics
WRITER: Duane Swierczynski
ILLUSTRATOR: Michael Gaydos
COLORS: Kelly Fitzpatrick
LETTERS: Rachel Deering
EDITOR: Alex Segura
ASSISTANT EDITOR: Joe Morciglio & Vincent Lovallo
COVER: Howard Chaykin
SUMMARY: The Black Hood finally corners the mysterious “Connection” on the abandoned seventh floor of City Hall. No cops, no witness—just the two of them, ready to throw down. But when the Connection finally reveals his identity, Greg realizes the game was rigged from the beginning. And it’s going to take all of the Black Hood’s strength to walk out of this building alive.
COMMENTS: “Bullet’s Kiss, Part 5” This was the prefect end to the prefect vigilante story. There were a lot of loose ends through out the series, and Duane tied them up nicely and left you wanting issue 6. I have to say I was concerned that there were so many dangling plot lines, but Duane dealt with all of them. From who framed Greg, to his drug habit everything is worked through. Great first effort from Dark Circle!