GCD :: Issue :: Hack/Slash 2 [Cover B]
Cassandra Cassie Hack is a fictional character that appears in the Hack/Slash comic books published by Devils Due Publishing . The character first appears in Hack/Slash: Euthanized (April 2004), and was created by writer and occasional

Cassandra " Cassie " Hack is a fictional character that appears in the Hack/Slash comic books published by Devil's Due Publishing . The character first appears in Hack/Slash: Euthanized (April 2004), and was created by writer and occasional penciller Tim Seeley .

Seeley has repeatedly stated that Cassie is designed to be a horror victim who has overcome her fears and decided to take revenge on horror villains, who are known in the comic as "slashers" . However, despite her hardened exterior, Seeley has tried to show that "beneath [the surface Cassie] is still [a] lost, scared innocent girl". [1]

In 2005, Stefani Bishop portrayed Cassie in a stage adaptation of Hack/Slash called Hack/Slash: Stagefright . [2] A film adaptation of Hack/Slash was in development by Rogue Pictures . [3] The character was ranked 37th in Comics Buyer's Guide 's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. [4]

The letters: Crank! creates the narration, dialogue, the story’s title, Vlad’s unique speech, sounds, yells, and a whisper that ends the book. I am always enamored by a letterer that uses a different font for narration and dialogue, so Crank! has my undying (“Undead”?) respect. Vlad’s speech is so visually different from that of other character it further separates him from humanity. The sounds also look good, but not too many are needed in this issue due to this just being the first issue. However, based on how this issue ends, I’m sure that Crank! will be using more next month. Overall grade: A-

The final line: The characters are the highlight of the issue as the villain and her plot are introduced. Cassie is the big winner, with enough personality to fill a room. Her companion Vlad has some fun moments, too, but Vampirella serves only to provide exposition. I enjoy both characters enough to continue, though I’m hoping the story has the vampire doing more. The visuals, however, were terrific noir pieces that wowed. Overall grade: B+

Cassandra " Cassie " Hack is a fictional character that appears in the Hack/Slash comic books published by Devil's Due Publishing . The character first appears in Hack/Slash: Euthanized (April 2004), and was created by writer and occasional penciller Tim Seeley .

Seeley has repeatedly stated that Cassie is designed to be a horror victim who has overcome her fears and decided to take revenge on horror villains, who are known in the comic as "slashers" . However, despite her hardened exterior, Seeley has tried to show that "beneath [the surface Cassie] is still [a] lost, scared innocent girl". [1]

In 2005, Stefani Bishop portrayed Cassie in a stage adaptation of Hack/Slash called Hack/Slash: Stagefright . [2] A film adaptation of Hack/Slash was in development by Rogue Pictures . [3] The character was ranked 37th in Comics Buyer's Guide 's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. [4]

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