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The crossover no one expected to see: Army of Darkness vs. Re-Animator! The battle of the century and the winner takes all! If you haven't checked out this new series this is the best way to catch up on all the mayhem... and excitement! Ash finds himself committed to Arkham Asylum. It's here that he runs afoul of a rather ghoulish and creepy Herbert West... and the battle The crossover no one expected to see: Army of Darkness vs. Re-Animator! The battle of the century and the winner takes all! If you haven't checked out this new series this is the best way to catch up on all the mayhem... and excitement! Ash finds himself committed to Arkham Asylum. It's here that he runs afoul of a rather ghoulish and creepy Herbert West... and the battle of the century begins!


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The crossover no one expected to see: Army of Darkness vs. Re-Animator! The battle of the century and the winner takes all! If you haven't checked out this new series this is the best way to catch up on all the mayhem... and excitement! Ash finds himself committed to Arkham Asylum. It's here that he runs afoul of a rather ghoulish and creepy Herbert West... and the battle The crossover no one expected to see: Army of Darkness vs. Re-Animator! The battle of the century and the winner takes all! If you haven't checked out this new series this is the best way to catch up on all the mayhem... and excitement! Ash finds himself committed to Arkham Asylum. It's here that he runs afoul of a rather ghoulish and creepy Herbert West... and the battle of the century begins!

30 review for Army of Darkness vs. Re-Animator

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gianfranco Mancini

    The crossover idea liked good on paper (the Necronomicon Ex Mortis book in Evil Dead series is just based on Lovecraft's pseudobiblium with the similar name so it had to happen sooner or later...), but it could be far better. The crossover idea liked good on paper (the Necronomicon Ex Mortis book in Evil Dead series is just based on Lovecraft's pseudobiblium with the similar name so it had to happen sooner or later...), but it could be far better.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Wine of Ages

    I love Ash’s one liners 🖤.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Keith Irwin

    In this book, Ash is committed to a mental institution, but it turns out to be where the Re-animator is. Honestly, I had trouble following what was going on through a lot of this. I didn't really understand why several of the characters were doing what they were doing. And then Ash was suddenly in Wonderland. It wasn't dull, I'll give it that, but it didn't really feel like it made a lot of sense and I had a lot of trouble following what was going on in the action sequences. On the whole, I have In this book, Ash is committed to a mental institution, but it turns out to be where the Re-animator is. Honestly, I had trouble following what was going on through a lot of this. I didn't really understand why several of the characters were doing what they were doing. And then Ash was suddenly in Wonderland. It wasn't dull, I'll give it that, but it didn't really feel like it made a lot of sense and I had a lot of trouble following what was going on in the action sequences. On the whole, I have to say that I didn't dig it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Terry Mcginnis

    Absolute garbage and the worst AoD comic so far. Couldn't even finish this trash. Boring, boring boring, uninteresting, uninteresting, uninterested, same thing over and over and over. I was also reading the first omnibus, and couldn't finish that either. I suppose the AoD universe just doesn't translate well to this format, aside from the crossovers with Jason, Freddy, and the Marvel Zombies, all of which were great. Steer clear. Absolute garbage and the worst AoD comic so far. Couldn't even finish this trash. Boring, boring boring, uninteresting, uninteresting, uninterested, same thing over and over and over. I was also reading the first omnibus, and couldn't finish that either. I suppose the AoD universe just doesn't translate well to this format, aside from the crossovers with Jason, Freddy, and the Marvel Zombies, all of which were great. Steer clear.

  5. 4 out of 5

    John

    The first problem with this comic is that, rather than being a completely stand-alone adventure, it is part the terrible ongoing ARMY OF DARKNESS series written by James Kuhoric, who somehow makes both of these iconic characters unappealing.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Terry

    A fun and interesting combination and felt like a good mix of origins.

  7. 4 out of 5

    karmadillo

    It honestly hurts to give this such a low rating, as I'm really a huge fan of both franchises; but, I was totally disappointed in this from start to finish, in no small part because of its disservice to one of my all-time favorite characters. I haven't read any of the other "Army Of Darkness" comics, so I can only compare this Ash to the Bruce Campbell version. I'd say he's represented fairly well here, but he seems a little bit too overpowered. The Ash of the third film was already much more of It honestly hurts to give this such a low rating, as I'm really a huge fan of both franchises; but, I was totally disappointed in this from start to finish, in no small part because of its disservice to one of my all-time favorite characters. I haven't read any of the other "Army Of Darkness" comics, so I can only compare this Ash to the Bruce Campbell version. I'd say he's represented fairly well here, but he seems a little bit too overpowered. The Ash of the third film was already much more of an indestructible James Bond kind of character than the first two "Evil Dead" movies, but he still seemed to get hurt quite a bit. Here, a lot of the slapstick seems to be missing. The other character of note, and the one that truly sunk my rating for this, is Dr. Herbert West. I wasn't a fan of the H.P. Lovecraft story where he originated, but the West they're using here is clearly intended to represent the Jeffrey Combs version. That's all well and good, because I absolutely adore that West. With that in mind, they really dropped the ball. For one, West is barely even in this. He has all of maybe four appearances throughout the story, and his personality is horribly represented even in those precious few sequences. The Herbert West of the first film was a lovable antihero with psychotic tendencies. He was wholly committed to his research, but he never displayed signs of malice. He'd do anything with no concern for how it affected others, but it was always in accordance with the advancement of his work. That's a subtle but important difference between the Combs version and what we get in the comic. In the comic, he has a god complex that hadn't shown itself until the latter end of the second movie. Even if I were to accept that they were using the West from what most fans would agree is a far inferior film, I couldn't accept that character trait overwriting everything else that makes him such an interesting character. Most notably is his wit. This crossover had tons of potential from the get-go. Two vastly different characters with vastly different personalities from remarkably similar films clashing or uniting in one package? Ash's suave and nonchalant barrage of one-liners crosses paths with the scientifically-minded West, who lacks all manner of social graces? The force of Ash with or against the brilliant and unhinged mind of West? All this adds up for what could have been truly epic. I mean, imagine all the possible exchanges of dialogue between the two. Also, imagine the possibilities for combat. Be it against one another or working together, this crossover could've been fascinating. However, that's not what we got. The characters that the comic uses for marquee value don't get near enough time for vital chemistry, and one of which is so horribly written that it's insulting to fans. The story is poorly executed and lacks the charm that made each character's respective franchise so great, then it cops out in the end and essentially admits that it lied to you from the very beginning. The only positives I have for it are the writing for Ash and the artwork. Aesthetically, this is nice. Intellectually, it falls flat. Hard. This comic was a huge letdown.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

    I have been a big fan of The Evil Dead right from the beginning. When Army of Darkness came out it was my favorite movie and I watched it many times. I really loved when Bruce came back for the TV show and was sad when it ended. Finding comic books like this one just renews my faith in humanity. A fun read for everyone who likes the dead.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sheldon

    I don't know why you'd bother getting access to the Re-Animator license and not use it properly, some great art by Nick Bradshaw but the book doesn't go anywhere and Herbet West is a passing character and is far detached from the film version it could have been anyone else. Wasted potential. I don't know why you'd bother getting access to the Re-Animator license and not use it properly, some great art by Nick Bradshaw but the book doesn't go anywhere and Herbet West is a passing character and is far detached from the film version it could have been anyone else. Wasted potential.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Colin Parfitt

    Very weird, incomprehensible nonsense. I think it’s trying to be funny, but I’m really not sure.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chalupa Batman

    Truly disappointing..art sucked. Writing sucked! The Re-Animator aspect is non existent.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    It apparently never even occurred to the writers that women would want to read this, and the portrayal of female characters was appalling. Everything else-wise, it still wasn't particularly groovy. I was hoping for so much more. Since Bruce Campbell and Jeffrey Combs were never actually in a movie together, which I have always felt was a massive shame, I thought this would be the next best thing. It wasn't. It really wasn't. It apparently never even occurred to the writers that women would want to read this, and the portrayal of female characters was appalling. Everything else-wise, it still wasn't particularly groovy. I was hoping for so much more. Since Bruce Campbell and Jeffrey Combs were never actually in a movie together, which I have always felt was a massive shame, I thought this would be the next best thing. It wasn't. It really wasn't.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Elh R'

    Ash did it again, and this time was not so bad. Nice seeing AOD take on Re-Animator, and dropping couple of other classic fantasy literature here. The monsters are very cool, some of them even create some kind of WTF-feeling. The art was better than the past AOD, not so cartoon-network-caricatures ... So, all in all not so bad at all. Groovy, baby !!! Swallow your soul !!! 2.5/5

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lizzy

    Best...crossover...ever...

  15. 4 out of 5

    harlequin {Stephanie}

    4 stars Would have enjoyed creepier artwork to match the wicked cover. The art in this series is borderline caricature. Great story.

  16. 4 out of 5

    B

    Loved the idea, but was expecting more. Didn't like the portrayal of Herbert West at ALL. He is not a villain, so why make him out to be one? Loved the idea, but was expecting more. Didn't like the portrayal of Herbert West at ALL. He is not a villain, so why make him out to be one?

  17. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    This was by quite a long margin my favourite of these Army of Darkness comics, which isn't to say it was brilliant. But it did at least try and do something a little different. This was by quite a long margin my favourite of these Army of Darkness comics, which isn't to say it was brilliant. But it did at least try and do something a little different.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey Stewart

  19. 4 out of 5

    Chris Chinchilla

  20. 4 out of 5

    Chip Follett

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jon

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tiger

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Kelly

  24. 4 out of 5

    Chris Valls

  25. 4 out of 5

    melvin g horner jr

  26. 4 out of 5

    Donald Ryan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    Great cartoonic caricatures, slow and well not-interesting story-line

  29. 5 out of 5

    Joshua Ryan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Chris Quinn

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