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Synopsis: Codeword ZERO; a non-human entity. Codeword HUNTERS; self explanatory. When a Zero gets hostile, William Garrick and his special crimes unit, the Zero Hunters, are called in to hunt down the things that go bump in the night.

This Issue: Nearly a year after the brutal murder of his family by the vampire named Dravald, Garrick has returned to the force a changed man looking for revenge at any cost.

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October 24th, 2013
Zero Hunters Staff: Jay Carvajal, Marc Borstel, Federico & Karina Lopizzo, and Carlos Razetto Overview: "Vampire" + “film noir” + “cop”. Follow that formula to the letter and you basically have everything in this com [...]
October 12th, 2013
Moderately interesting comic, but it is operating on schemas and stereotypes. Sure, you can read it if you have a spare time, but otherwise don't even bother. [...]
September 28th, 2013
ZERO HUNTERS is a nicely written, nicely colored, nicely drawn comic. It has a familiar story of a man who haunted by the memories of his family being killed in front of him by a vampire and his unrelenting quest for revenge. There is a secondary threa [...]
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April 28th, 2010
A Review: At first glance this seems like it could be tagged as “The Punisher Meets Blade,” and that’s not necessarily a bad thing because there are solid differences that give this comic its own signature stamp, so endles [...]
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November 02, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on November 06, 2007.