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Hitman TP Vol 07 Closing Time (Hitman (Numbered)) [Paperback]

Doug Mahnke , John McCrea , Nelson Decastro , Garth Ennis
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1 Aug 2012 Hitman (Numbered) (Book 7)
Tommy Monaghan faces a plague of the undead and goes toe-to-toe with assassin Ringo Chen! - Plus, Tommy crosses paths with LOBO and the JUSTICE LEAGUE! - Collecting HITMAN #51-60, HITMAN/LOBO: THE STUPID BASTICH #1, JLA/HITMAN #1-2 and a story from SUPERM

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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: DC Comics (1 Aug 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401234003
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401234003
  • Product Dimensions: 25.7 x 16.5 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 480,620 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Garth Ennis is the award-winning writer of 'The Boys', 'Preacher', 'Hellblazer', 'Hitman' and 'Judge Dredd', much in demand for his hard-edged, wickedly humorous style.

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Irish-born writer Garth Ennis is the acclaimed author of the PREACHER graphic novel series, and also has written numerous JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER graphic novels, as well as THE AUTHORITY, THE BOYS, WAR STORIES, PRIDE AND JOY and other titles.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A must buy 29 Aug 2014
By andy
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Amazing and moving end one of the best comic books series I have ever read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cheers, Sighs & Goodbyes 1 Nov 2012
By R. D. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This is not a review of this particular volume but of the entire Hitman collection. Actually come to think of it it's really not a review at all. I just wanted to write down a few things that somehow expresses the deep love I have for this series and, well, basically to say my goodbyes.

I never read these books when they were first collected, I think they went up to volume 5 only. When DC started to reprint them staring with A Rage In Arkham, I picked it up only because it was by Ennis. I have to admit after trying to read it a couple of times I gave up and it basically sat on my shelf for about a year untouched. It was McCrea's art that turned me off, I just couldn't get past the weirdness of it - the seemingly amateurish and disproportionate lines coupled with the exaggerated body languages and facial expressions - so I was about to sell it when I read Ennis/McCrea's Dicks and thought it was one of the funniest things I have ever read (actually Dicks sat on my shelf for about a year too). So I decided to give Hitman one last try. After stumbling for a few pages my eyes somehow started to adjust to the art and the rest as they say - was history. Now I can't imagine anyone but McCrea drawing Hitman, it suits the writing perfectly. Oh and in Vol. 5: Tommy's Heroes, there is a funny yet disturbing nod to Dicks. I thought I mention that since it was Dicks that led me back to Hitman.

The stories are funny, very, very funny, full of those "oh sh*t!" moments, sometimes sweet and poignant, sometimes heartbreaking and somehow, as ludicrous as they are, the characters feel real and so does their relationships with each other. Some notable DC characters show up here and there to interact with Tommy, my favorite has to be his rooftop chat with Superman. I think it's because I personally agree with everything that was said there. Tommy's powers are intermittent and sometimes confusing but I never thought that these stories were about his powers, so it never bothered me.

I started noticing last year that of all the books I await so eagerly (Hellboy, B.P.R.D., The Walking Dead, Invincible, Fables, hell...even the Goon), the release of another new volume of Hitman makes me feel like a kid at Christmas morning. I am a slow reader. I can stretch out a measly 144 page story to a week, a 350 page Hitman takes me about 2-3 days. Less if it happens to be on a weekend.

There will be no more Hitman after Closing Time and I am sad. However, it's not a "sad" sadness but more of a "sigh" sadness, if that makes any sense. Thanks to Ennis and McCrea for creating Hitman. Thanks to DC for collecting everything that there ever was to say about him in 7 beautiful volumes. Thanks to me for giving him one last chance and discovering pure awesomeness.

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5.0 out of 5 stars What an exit! 10 Aug 2012
By RL - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
You've either been reading this series the whole time, and know this book is as golden as the rest, or you're lucky enough to be about to discover it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Closing Time, and one last drink before we go... 23 Mar 2013
By Arctos - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Garth Ennis and Steve Mcrea bring forth a collection of characters that are both funny and inegmatic. Mostly it focus's on a Gotham City Hitman named Tommy Monaghan who has managed to lose virtually all his freinds and family to the violence of his profession, from his best freind on down to the man who raised him like a father. Tommy and what people he has left are approached by a pregnant woman who witnessed a CIA screw-up and is running for her life, Tommy agrees to help. He meets up with McAlister a former spook who wants to help and the two with his freind Nat the Hat go to work, until Tommy is kidnapped by a cop whose life was saved by his surrogate father. When asked why he's doing this Tommy says he's doing it to give Maggie and her baby a chance, the three hit Agent Truman's underground base trying to kill him. They fail and have to wait for an extraction for Maggie, the chopper comes only to have Nat get wounded. Tommy goes back, manages to shot Truman in the head and gets executed by the oppretives working for him. As they lie dying Tommy recounts a dream to Nat, when he gets what was said the two die thus closing the series. A very deep and amazing comic everyone should read.
5.0 out of 5 stars Closing time. 7 Aug 2014
By EE - Published on Amazon.com
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Hitman was one of my favorite comics. It had a superb cast. Was irreverent as a public and not a specialty comic can be. Tommy, Natt, Sean, Pat, the incredible Baytor. All came together like the best ice cream sundae ever. Hitman deserved a longer run, but in the sixty issues presented, the reader got not one bad story. I'll admit I had a tear in my eye at the final issue. Read this, read all the volumes. Then read them again.
I am Baytor!
Thanks Garth and Joel. Bring the boys back anytime.
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