Reviews of Jimmy Daze Comics
"DALLAS STOUDENMIRE may have cleaned up the Texas border, but Portillo and Co. cleaned up an entire genre. It's about freakin' time."
Ain't It Cool News
"4 out of 5 stars." Jazma Online Forum
"It is an exciting story..." First Comics News
"Hell Paso doesn't paint its characters as clearly good or evil, but rather as individuals each with their motivations, vices, and burdens."
Almost Normal Comics
"All I can say is, wow!" What's Up Magazine
"A true gunslinger story..." The National University Herald
"It's well-executed and handled with care. You don't need to be a western buff to enjoy this,...you just need to be a fan of good storytelling." AICN
"Two thumbs up, job well done." Keith L. Wilden, Historian
"The story is actually quite fascinating." Geek-o-Rama
"Jaime Portillo's stuff is just the right Hell-fire hot cup of tea for me."
Dr. James B. Carter, Award-Winning Scholar & Author
“The true genius of the book, the real violence of this quite graphic graphic novel, is that it offers a temporary fictional explanation of real-life horrors…”
DR. JAMES BUCKY CARTER , AWARD-WINNING SCHOLAR AND AUTHOR
“This was a grim, dirty story about grim nasty people, and I dug it…” COMICPANTS.COM
“This story...shows GABRIEL as a pretty awful monster in the way he disposes of his victims and even desecrates their bodies after they die. This is a harsh story, not for the squeamish…”
AIN’T IT COOL NEWS
“The thing we love about GABRIEL is that it pulls no punches. You won’t find any sissy boy pretty vampires here. In this book, the undead are damned and gritty, and the main character Gabriel would have it no other way.”
"This horror comic combines urban myths with serial killer and revenge flick genres in an entertaining and thrilling manner...
Portillo has a good eye for staging a moody scene and punctuating it with a horrific payoff...and damn fine art from Arturo Delgado Molina make The Railroad Killer one horror comic to look out for."
MARK L. MILLER, AIN'T IT COOL NEWS.
"The Railroad Killer is definitely worth a look if you’re into horror comics.”
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