Dexter’s Half Dozen #1

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The Stone Child – Part One

This is where it begins! The thrilling first issue of the cult action/horror sensation! December, 1941. Sergeant Freeman of the newly formed S.A.S. is seconded by Sir Dexter Kilby – Churchill’s occult adviser – to lead a ragtag band of criminals and misfits behind enemy lines in an ongoing war against Nazi occult forces.

Dexter’s Half Dozen is an ongoing series by writer Jamie Lambert and artist David Clifford. In 2014 it was nominated for Favourite British Black and White Comic at the Stan Lee True Believers Awards.

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Weight 90 g
Dimensions 26.6 × 17.7 × .5 cm

2 reviews for Dexter’s Half Dozen #1


    “The inks were beautiful, like the tentacled demon woman and the hanging, disemboweled woman. The images and placement of the subjects in the frame created an unforgettable image in my head.”

  2. Gary Orchard (verified owner)

    Nazi’s and demons. What’s not to like? The black and white interior artwork was a bit of a surprise after the spiffy full-colour cover and the production values could have done with sprucing up, especially on the caption typeface which was a little blurry. Full page spreads were inventive and interesting, but the six panel page breakdowns felt a little too regimented. Now that introductions have been made it might be time to slow the pace and really focus on bringing out the characters. Lots of potential.

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