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JONAH HEX MOTION COMICS is an all-new collection of action-packed stories featuring DC Comics’ character Jonah Hex, the ruthless bounty hunter with a conscience who inspired the theatrical film.  Now, three of his legendary tales have been brought to life, panel by panel, for the first time ever, featuring an original soundtrack and full cast of voice actors. Of the total of 7 episodes, the first five episodes are adapted from the renowned graphic novel JONAH HEX: TWO-GUN MOJO, telling the story of Jonah Hex seeking justice and revenge against the mad Doc Williams and his zombie circus gang when they murder his traveling companion. THE GUNFIGHTER and THE HANGIN' WOMAN are two short stories from the famed gunslinger’s popular 1970s comic series, brought alive with sound and motion. As they say: He was a hero to some, a villain to others, and wherever he rode people spoke his name in whispers…

Customer Reviews

A Fun Adaptation!

A really fun adaptation of the best of Jonah Hex's DC/Vertigo stories. The voice work is top notch and, headed by Jim Cummings, really brings the story to life. If you are a fan of Motion Comics, Weird Westerns, Joe R. Lansdale and Tim Truman, or just Jonah Hex "his own self", this is a can't miss!

Good adaptation

Although the movie is getting bad buzz with the delays and reshoots. This motion comic is faithful to the Hex books that insipred it, and it may turn out to be better.

Jonah Hex review

This is show is great, taken from the Joe R Lansdale series is pretty faithful to the series although it did leave out some scenes from the comic probaly due to time constraites one scene inparticular that was left out was Jonah riding outta town with slow go tied on his horse passing a preacher and total shock on the preachers face when he sees Slow Go.
All in all still good cain't wait to see the final two episodes both stories taken from Jonah's run in Wierd Western Tales.

Jonah Hex Motion Comics
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Animation
  • Released: Apr 28, 2010
  • CCin English

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