Freddy Vs Jason Vs Ash: The Nightmare Warriors, Volume 2

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DC Comics, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
26 Reviews
Beneath the bloody waters of Crystal Lake, an immortal evil wakes and begins a new cycle of violence. Six months after the events of FREDDY VS. JASON VS. ASH, a power-hungry government bureaucrat unleashes the denizens of the Necronomicon - including the banished spirit of the Springwood Slasher, Freddy Krueger.

The covert government group called Project Black Book is unleashing creatures of mass destruction in its bid to gain control over the Necronomicon. And as the survivors of Freddy and Jason's murder sprees congregate, the short-lived reunion is shattered by the violent arrival of Jason Voorhees. But when a mysterious stranger arrives to aid in the battle, Jason must confront the one man who has not only survived his murderous rampages but has also "killed him" in the past.

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User Review  - PhxDan - LibraryThing

What do you get when you cross a chainsaw-wielding asinine antihero with a sarcastic supernatural sadist and a silent, immortal killer? A slapstick horror/comedy with a bucket of blood and a barrel of laughs. Read full review

Review: Freddy Vs. Jason Vs. Ash (Army of Darkness)

User Review  - Frank - Goodreads If you're a slasher fan, you always wanted to see Freddy fight Jason, and if you craved more after that, there's a comic out there that sprinkled Evil Dead ... Read full review

About the author (2010)

JEFF KATZ is Dean of Information Services and Director of Libraries at Bard College and
Executive Director of the Hannah Arendt Center at Bard.

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