The sixth and final deluxe collector's edition hardcover of the bestselling western sci-fi series, The Sixth Gun.
The Sixth Gun Volume Six Deluxe Edition collects issues #48-50 of the story arc “Boot Hill,” as well as the three-issue spinoff miniseries “Dust to Dust,” and the three-issue spinoff miniseries "Valley of Death." In addition to the stunning artwork of Brian Hurtt with Bill Crabtree, this collection features art from A.C. Zamudio, Cat Farris, and Tyler Crook, with Ryan Hill. This oversized deluxe collection includes an intro from titan of Fantasy Michael Moorcock, never before seen artwork, design sketches, cover galleries, an all-new, in-depth interview with creators Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt by writer/artist Chris Schweizer, and more, from the Eisner-nominated fantasy western epic. It is presented with a gorgeous new cover by Brian Hurtt with Bill Crabtree.
Brian Hurtt is an artist/writer who has spent most of his career working on collaborative creator-owned projects. His first such collaboration was in 2006 when Brian teamed with writer Cullen Bunn to create the Prohibition-era, monster-noir, cult classic, The Damned. A few years later the two teamed up again to create The Sixth Gun--a weird-west, epic supernatural fantasy. Spun out of that world, they're now collaborating on Shadow Roads. Brian also contributes to the popular webcomic Table Titans, in which he is the writer and artist of the stories "Whispers of Dragons" and "Road to Embers". Brian lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri. Brihurtt.com Twitter: @brihurtt
Cullen Bunn is the writer of comic books such The Sixth Gun, Shadow Roads, The Damned, Helheim, and The Tooth for Oni Press. He has also written titles including Harrow County (Dark Horse), Uncanny X-Men, and Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe (Marvel).
Cullen claims to have worked as an alien autopsy specialist, rodeo clown, pro wrestling manager, and sasquatch wrangler. He has fought for his life against mountain lions and performed on stage as the world’s youngest hypnotist. Buy him a drink sometime and he'll tell you all about it.