Hexed Omnibus
Collecting the entire Hexed saga about a teenage thief for hire who steals from the criminal underworld and combats the supernatural monsters sent after her.Luci Jennifer Inacio Das Neves (most people just call her “Lucifer”) is a supernatural thief­ for­ hire, stealing wondrous objects from the dark denizens of the netherworld for her mentor/mother figure, Val Brisendine. From possessed teddy bears to haunted paintings to ancient otherworldly demons, Lucifer will need to use every trick up her sleeve to protect her surrogate family and combat the monsters of her seedy city.Written by lauded horror author Michael Alan Nelson (Day Men, 28 Days Later), Hexed is a lyrical horror adventure series featuring the debut American comics work by superstar illustrators Emma Rios (Pretty Deadly) and Dan Mora (Klaus). This definitive volume collects all 16 issues of the original Hexed limited series and its sequel series Hexed: The Harlot and the Thief.

Hexed Omnibus Details

TitleHexed Omnibus
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 25th, 2019
PublisherBOOM! Studios
ISBN-139781684153725
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Anthologies, Collections

Hexed Omnibus Review

  • Natalie
    January 1, 1970
    A thief who steals magical items from bad guys? What's not to love about that? I really enjoyed the storyline through Hexed, both "The Devil I Know" and "The Harlot & the Thief", but I had a bit of a preference for the Emma Rios art in "The Devil I Know". The art of "The Harlot & the Thief" is gorgeous as well, but all the faces of the women are too similar for me. I'm not a huge fan of all the women in something looking the same. Aside from that though, the art and coloring through both A thief who steals magical items from bad guys? What's not to love about that? I really enjoyed the storyline through Hexed, both "The Devil I Know" and "The Harlot & the Thief", but I had a bit of a preference for the Emma Rios art in "The Devil I Know". The art of "The Harlot & the Thief" is gorgeous as well, but all the faces of the women are too similar for me. I'm not a huge fan of all the women in something looking the same. Aside from that though, the art and coloring through both stories is great. I enjoy watching Lucifer and Fastrada's development through their storyline. Overall a nice mix of some dramatic stories lines mixed with some whimsy.
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  • Andrew Seaton
    January 1, 1970
    Oh this was just delightful. This is really more of a masterclass on Emma Rios’ art than the writing. With a big gap between the initial miniseries and the twelve issue macro, you can definitely see her style progress, and it’s super cool to watch. A bit of Constantine environment, a bit of Rat Queens attitude, a whole lot of fun. Definitely worth the cover price.
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  • Lolaetsaplume
    January 1, 1970
    Wonderful black magic!
  • Aelurus
    January 1, 1970
    http://letmentertainyou.com/2018/12/0...Ma chronique complète.
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