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Winter Wolves, Part 2.

Caught in the heart of a supernatural cold snap, Drake and Becky fight off a vicious creature intent on ripping them to shreds. Even the otherworldly powers of the Six seem ineffectual against a creature that can become one with the blizzard.

Meanwhile, as Gord Cantrell hurries to find his friends, he encounters an old enemy—Kirby Hale.

Story by Cullen Bunn
Art by Brian Hurtt

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  1. I started this series on a whim and a 99 cent sale on comixology. I am blown away by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt. If you havent tried it grab the last issue and dive in, its the start of a new arc and it’s awesome.

  2. Agreed. This is one of my favorite books.

  3. If you want to know the difference between creator owned comics and work for hire then look no further than this title. The Sixth Gun has been and continues to be great. It’s one of the few comics I know is going to deliver and I’m never disappointed when I get to the last page; I just want more. Bunn & Hurtt really have a thing going, it’s unique, and it’s beautiful.

    OK, so Bunn catches Marvel’s attention because of his fine work on SG and then saddle him with the sloppy leftovers of other writers who they’ve moved to other books. I’m glad that’s he’s getting the work, but I wish he had something to work on that I could read and think, yeah, that’s some prime Bunn. He’s had to work off of other writers’ plots and what seems like tight editorial mandates. So if you’re curious about the Sixth Gun because you read his Marvel work, let me assure you that SG is way way better than that. I was worried when I saw his name on so many Marvel titles that SG would suffer, but it hasn’t. It’s still one of my favorites.

    • Well said.

      Many great writers have been hindered by being forced by the Big 2 to shoehorn a story into a big event rather than simply giving them a character and saying, “Go write a good story.”

      That’s why I’m getting so many non-Big 2 books now.

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