Black Hammer, Vol. 2: The Event

Black Hammer, Vol. 2: The Event Review

When a visitor from the outside world arrives on the Farm, looking for the Black Hammer and bringing news of Spiral City to its Golden Age heroes, everything changes. Her arrival stirs up old memories and awakens new hope in the marooned heroes and they make a new attempt to escape their strange prison. - Jeff Lemire's (Descender, All-New Hawkeye) most earth-shattering work yet!
- Indomitably illustrated by Dean Ormston (Lucifer, 2000 AD) and Dave Stewart (Hellboy)
- Dark Horse does the multiversal epic!
Collects Black Hammer issues #7-11 and #13.

Title:Black Hammer, Vol. 2: The Event
Edition Language:English

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  • Philip

    4.25ish stars.Maybe my favorite on-going title. Great character work and a solid, clever plot that deftly balances Golden Age superheroes with New Age struggles. It makes the '90s flashbacks feel like...

  • David Schaafsma

    One of the best ongoing comic series, winner of the 2017 Eisner award for best ongoing series, based in part on the trust they had that this team would create a great story. Lemire seems increasingly ...

  • Donovan

    An almost Twilight Zone continuation of interpersonal drama, sharp dialog, black humor, and the increasingly exciting mystery of why the inhabitants of Black Hammer Farm can’t leave post-Crisis. The...

  • Ivan

    After three months of reading Manga it's good to finally read something that has color. Not much is happening in this volume but writing and melancholic atmosphere are amazing enough to earn this volu...

  • Chad

    Black Hammer's daughter arrives and she's not OK with being stuck on the little farm as the rest of our tragic heroes have been. While she investigates the town we delve deeper into each character's b...

  • The Red Panda

    Seriously great stuff; even the 'fill-in' issues are worth five stars. I love this book......

  • Artemy

    That's more like it! I didn't fall in love with the first volume of Black Hammer, the story was too uneventful and the characters felt derivative. Fortunately, I thought the second one was an improvem...

  • Jedi JC Daquis

    With so many great titles in this comicbook era, it is easy to overlook this genius work written by Jeff Lemire. Black Hammer: The Event combines Lemire's themes of sadness, family and transcending ye...

  • Richard

    I enjoyed this second volume of Black Hammer even better than the great 1st volume! An unexpected visitor from the outside world has appeared on the farm, not only sparking a bit of hope for escape in...

  • Roy

    Loving this series!! It has amazing plotting, some great artwork, complex characterisation without being overbearing. Ends with a great cliffhanger. So so good....