Ash and the Army of Darkness

Steve Niles Dennis Calero Nacho Tenorio

Ash and the Army of Darkness

Ash and the Army of Darkness

  • Title: Ash and the Army of Darkness
  • Author: Steve Niles Dennis Calero Nacho Tenorio
  • ISBN: 9781606905166
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback

The battle has been fought and won Ash battled and defeated the Deadite image of himself and saved the world Now all he wants to do is get home and have a normal life Too bad he messed up the Book of the Dead incantation Will Ash ever escape the land of the Deadites Will he ever find his girl Will he ever remember the last part of the incantation Now an army of unbeThe battle has been fought and won Ash battled and defeated the Deadite image of himself and saved the world Now all he wants to do is get home and have a normal life Too bad he messed up the Book of the Dead incantation Will Ash ever escape the land of the Deadites Will he ever find his girl Will he ever remember the last part of the incantation Now an army of unbelievable horrors rules the land and only Ash can annoy them Collects issues 1 8.

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My name is Ash and I'm an idiot. I had a life once. I had a job and a girl. Hell, I even had a reasonably functional right hand. Then I went to the cabin where an even bigger idiot read from the book of the dead and unleashed an ancient evil.And so begins Ash and the Army of Darkness, which picks up on the final scene of the movie, as Ash regales his fellow S-Mart coworkers with tales of heroism, only to fend off one last Deadite in housewares.Or so we always assumed.Instead, Steve Niles, Dennis [...]

(I received a copy of this book from NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.)This volume collects issues 1 to 8 of the comics, which pick up right after where the Army of Darkness movie left off—at least, if memory serves right. Ash is pulled back in 1300 to face more Deadites and a renewed threat, this time because the one he left the Book of the Dead with might not have been the best choice. (Not that anyone would have been a best choice: it seems the book has a will of its own.)I found [...]

Whenever a new ARMY OF DARKNESS trade paperback is released, I pick it up hoping it'll be the one that finally puts things back on track. Unfortunately, apart from ASH VS. MARVEL ZOMBIES and the graphic novelizations of the EVIL DEAD movies, my hopes have been dashed each and every time.Until now.Kudos to Steve Niles for giving us a new Ash adventure that legitimately feels like it belongs in the EVIL DEAD universe. And further kudos for not turning every single thing that Ash says into some stu [...]

This comic book sequel to the film "Army of Darkness" is a worthy addition to the franchise, but is not without faults.Steve Niles captures Ash's dialogue and personality perfectly, and introduces some new elements like "The Faceless Man" and the notion that Ash has been unknowingly fighting evil long before the events at the cabin. Unfortunately, most of this story repeats elements from the film. Minor supporting cast turn around and are revealed to be possessed crones. Allies inexplicably beco [...]

Kinda groovy.

I decided to pay a dollar and get the first tier off of the Humble Bundle Army of Darkness sale; because I wasn't really sure if I'd like Army of Darkness comics or not.  After reading this I'm still not sure about it.  The art and the story in this are both firmly, okay.  I felt a bit meh about the whole book.  The biggest problem I think is that nothing really happens in the first five issues  that couldn't have been condensed down into one comic.  That's a lot of dull comic to trudge th [...]

proudly proclaim my Army of Darkness fangirl status. I love absolutely everything about that movie. Love Bruce Campbell, and his particular brand of hilarity. It should come as no surprise that I snatched this graphic novel up as soon as I laid eyes on it! Steve Niles continues Ash's story, and reboots it with a vengeance. Are you ready for awesome? That's what you'll find between the pages. Settle in, you're in for a treat.I had to hunt down a panel to share with you, because the illustrations [...]

Obviously, this isn't some like "oh my god" graphic novel or anything, but the reason I scored it so high is that entire book and story are written in true B-movie format and that right there warrants a good rating.22129221Ash is back to his own time or so he thinks until the dead start attacking again and he finds he is still in the dark ages. The illustrations were cool and the dialogue was hilarious; Ash was the same as in The Evil Dead movies, not only did he have his same annoying mannerism [...]

(I received a free copy of this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.)A quick review of the plot: The Necronomicon has once again gone missing, and as Ash was the man who botched the incantation, it falls on him to find it and put an end to the evil that has been unleashed.The story, such as it was, felt more like a continuation of the Army of Darkness storyline. There were times, especially during parts 4 and 5 where it felt like I was just waiting for something to happen. Not [...]

'Ash and the Army of Darkness' collects the first 8 issues of the comic and it's spot on and hilarious.From the opening line, 'My name is Ash and I'm an idiot,' you know they got it right. We find Ash back in our world after defeating the Deadites in 1300 A.D. (from the 1992 movie). Due to screwing up an incantation, he finds himself back in the land of the Deadites and everything he thought he fixed has gone badly. With his signature one-liners and his arm-attached chainsaw, he sets out to save [...]

I would have given it 4 stars if the first arc was drawn by another artist. On the plus end of things, Steve Niles has written a direct sequel to the film, Army of Darkness, and it is actually a pretty decent follow up. From what I have read so far, and seen of the new show, I don't think it even goes against established canon, which is kind of cool. The only real negative thing I have to say about the book is how much I was not a fan of Dennis Calero, the artist on the first half of the book. A [...]

In one of my more pointless reviews, I will point out the story's weakness, as it's just one more silly excuse after another now for Ash to resume his chainsaw business and kill off the zombies he helped inspire. I will point out that the sense of humour is pretty dire, the drama weak and even the artwork quite dreadful at times – with a huge ratio of what-actually-am-I-looking-at compared to oh-that's-nearly-nice. I'll go on for ages if you like as to why this book really isn't all that much [...]

This collection by Steve Niles and Dennis Calero deals with Ash returned from the world of the Deadites and his fight against evil. A lot of the story takes place in Arthurian times.I’m not too fond of the artwork which is simple but there are plenty of the undead / zombies to go round if that’s your bag. Also it’s not always clear what is happening in each panel so I found it all a bit confusing.Of course it doesn’t help that I have not read any of the previous material but much of the [...]

(I received a ARC copy f this from NetGalley in exchange for a review.)I actually really enjoyed this even though it took me a while to get into it because i didn't know what was going on but after a quick google search i found my answers and started to really get into it even though it took me like till issue #3 in it.I liked the artwork it fit with the story of it and just added a lot of atmosphere to it, the story is enjoyable especially if you like the Evil Dead movies.Other wise it is a qui [...]

I'm a big Steve Niles fan but have not seen the movie this graphic is the sequel to. Honestly, it did nothing for me. Not having seen the movie did not hinder my understanding of the story or plot as there are plenty of mentions about things that happened in the past to pretty much get what the movie is all about. But this story is basically just cheesy and dumb. I like Niles' dark, horror stuff and this is not that. It does have a bit of blood and gore but is mostly camp and tongue in cheek (in [...]

Army of Darkness by Sam Raimi was a great film, funny, crazy and unforgettable. The same cannnot be said about this comic that sees Ash as the protagonist, who I do not even recognize at first, and is far from being something to remember. Avoidable.L'armata delle tenebre di Sam Raimi era un gran film, divertente, folle e indimenticabile. Lo stesso non si puó dire da questo fumetto che vede Ash come protagonista, ma non si riconosce nemmeno ed é lungi dall'essere simpatico. EvitabileANKS TO NET [...]

When I saw that Steve Niles was taking the reigns on this continuation of Ash and his adventures in Evil Dead land, I was stoked. As a true fan of both the Evil Dead movies and the 30 Days of Night series, I had faith that he would be an excellent choice to herald in a new era for everyone's favorite one handed hero. And he did not disappoint. From beautiful graphics to dialogue so true to the character I could hear Bruce Campbell's voice in my head, this is by far very very groovy.

I love Ash. But, I tend to like them big and stupid. No, he's not your typical protagonist, he's a bit of a bumbling fool. But his one liners are super fun. This takes place pretty much directly from where the film Army of Darkness left off. There is sort of a cliffhanger ending to this installment, but it really just sets the scene for the next part.By far, my favorite part was with the giant guarding the witch's lair. *Digital review copy provided by NetGalley and the publisher.

This is the immediate comic book sequel to the movie. On the whole, I enjoyed this. It felt in character for Ash and continued the plot well. In general, it had Ash getting pulled around by the plot rather than trying to lead things too much, which always works better. I found Ash amusing in this, as he should be. A little bit of the plot felt like a stretch, but not so much of a stretch that I really minded. On the whole, this is one of the better Army of Darkness volumes I've read.

Thanks to Diamond and NetgalleyI was a little nervous about Steve Niles as his writing can be kind of dark but he got Ash and friends beautifully! This read like a long list sequel to Army of Darkness and I enjoyed it right up to the temporarily I a assume happy ending!

A fun worthy sequel to the films. Enjoyable story, but I didn't care for the art.

Fun continuation from the army of darkness series. As long as you don't take it too seriously, it still had the same flavor.

Read in honor of Bruce Campbell's appearance at Salt Lake Comic Con this weekend!

Just so awesome and fun! Thank you Net Galley and Dynamite Entertainment for the e-arc!

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