Cover image for Men of wrath / Jason Aaron, writer ; Ron Garney, artist ; Matt Milla, colors ; Jared K. Fletcher, letters ; Sebastian Girner, editor.
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Men of wrath / Jason Aaron, writer ; Ron Garney, artist ; Matt Milla, colors ; Jared K. Fletcher, letters ; Sebastian Girner, editor.
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Men of wrath, complete collection
ISBN:
9781534308596
Publication Information:
Berkeley, CA : Image Comics, Inc., 2018.
Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 29 cm
General Note:
Contains material originally published in single-magazine form as Men of Wrath #1-5.
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Rated: M, Mature.
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Summary

Ever since Great-Grandfather Isom killed a man oversome sheep, a black cloud has hung over the Raths, an Alabama family caught in agenerational cycle of violence. Now, a century later, aging hitman Ira Rathtakes a job that will decide his family's fate once and for all. Are all Rathsdoomed to live and die by the sword, or can one of them finally break thechain?

Acclaimedcreators Jason Aaron (SOUTHERN BASTARDS, Scalped) and Ron Garney (Daredevil,Wolverine: Weapon X) bring their creator-owned tale of a Southern family whoseonly legacy is violence, to Image Comics in a remasteredcollection.

Collecting MEN OF WRATH #1-5


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Library Journal Review

After discovering his girlfriend is pregnant, Ruben Rath turns to a life of crime in order to provide for his family. Before long, he's in over his head and on the run from some truly terrifying criminals. What his enemies don't know is that Ruben is the latest in a century-long line of vicious, terrifying men, none more brutal than his own father, Ira, one of the most dangerous and unrelenting assassins ever to appear in fiction. Will Ira save his son or hunt him down in order to collect a hefty bounty? Can Ruben find a way to bring a legacy of violence to an end in order to insure his unborn child a better future? Aaron (Thor, Vol. 1: God of Thunder Reborn) is well known for writing monumental superhero adventures, but here, he and collaborator Garney (Daredevil; Wolverine) deliver an unsparingly gritty and captivating Southern noir. Collects single issue 1-5. VERDICT Readers unwilling to engage with disagreeable or unlikable characters need not apply, but crime fiction fans with strong constitutions will welcome this volume with enthusiasm. © Copyright 2019. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.