[PDF/EPUB] Dash Dash #1 ✓ Dave Ebersole – Epub, TXT and Kindle eBook free



4 thoughts on “Dash Dash #1

  1. says:

    I really liked this mostly I love that there's a gay noir detective comic and the beginning of the story starts out awesomely I'm totally going to seek out and read of this However I did find it annoying than funny that multiple beautiful women keep haplessly throwing themselves at the super gay but closeted main character Dash That's as annoying as a trope as like the gay hairdresser BFF for comedic relief that I assume comics like this a

  2. says:

    Gay PI meets Indy and The Mummy How could you not want to read this

  3. says:

    It felt a little predictable possibly exacerbated by killing off the boyfriend so early in the arc like he was just sacrificed

  4. says:

    As small as this first issue is it packs a punch of character formation build up and climax in plot and of course beautiful artwork

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review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Dave Ebersole

Ng something Strange deaths start occurring throughout the city while a mysterious woman named Zita. Gay PI meets Indy and The Mummy How could you not want to read this

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Dash Dash #1

Makara begs Dash to take her case When a grisly murder connects all three a terrifying mystery unfol. It felt a little predictable possibly exacerbated by killing off the boyfriend so early in the arc like he was just sacrificed

review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ô Dave Ebersole

Los Angeles 1940 Private investigator Dash Malone can’t shake the feeling his lover Johnny is hidi. I really liked this mostly I love that there s a gay noir detective comic and the beginning of the story starts out awesomely I m totally going to seek out and read of this However I did find it annoying than funny that multiple beautiful women keep haplessly throwing themselves at the super gay but closeted main character Dash That s as annoying as a trope as like the gay hairdresser BFF for comedic relief that I assume comics like this are trying to get away from