Free Download [Mystery Book] ↠ Hack/Slash: My First Maniac - by Tim Seeley Daniel Leister ✓

By Tim Seeley Daniel Leister | Comments: ( 536 ) | Date: ( Nov 20, 2019 )

Exploring Cassie Hack s first case, Hack Slash My First Maniac, the sellout Image Comics debut mini series is collected 16 year old Cassie has just been forced to kill her mother, the undead murderer known as the Lunch Lady Now faced with overwhelming guilt, she must decide if she can make a life with her foster parents and at her new school, or if she should use her neExploring Cassie Hack s first case, Hack Slash My First Maniac, the sellout Image Comics debut mini series is collected 16 year old Cassie has just been forced to kill her mother, the undead murderer known as the Lunch Lady Now faced with overwhelming guilt, she must decide if she can make a life with her foster parents and at her new school, or if she should use her new found slasher killing skills to save other screaming teenagers But does the apple fall far from the tree Includes never before seen sketches and an Introduction by Allison Scagliotti, star of SyFy s Warehouse 13.


  • Title: Hack/Slash: My First Maniac
  • Author: Tim Seeley Daniel Leister
  • ISBN: 9781607063384
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Trade Paperback

About Author:

Tim Seeley Daniel Leister

Tim Seeley is a comic book artist and writer known for his work on books such as G.I Joe A Real American Hero, The Dark Elf Trilogy, Batman Eternal and Grayson He is also the co creator of the Image Comics titles Hack Slash 1 and Revival, as well as the Dark Horse titles, ExSanguine and Sundowners He lives in Chicago.



Comments Hack/Slash: My First Maniac

  • Logan

    Re-Read 2018So with the new Hack/Slash: Resurrection series coming out, I'd thought I would go back and read some of my older comics in the series! This really is a good jumping on point as it tells not only the origin but Cassie Hack's "First Maniac" she faces. Definitely had a Batman Year One vibe about it, which I really enjoyed. Highly recommend!


  • Chibineko

    There's just something about this series that hooks you. Full on, meat hook under the skin, dragging you across the floor kicking and screaming. Even though I've been ambivalent about the series as a whole for the most part, I couldn't help but have some curiousity for this entry. It's a prequel, which intrigued me. Would we get to see more of Cassie's encounter with her mother? The answer to that is yes, to an extent. The artwork in this is pretty nice for the most part. It's pretty much your s [...]


  • Andy

    I've loved Hack/Slash from the beginning and this 4-part mini series serves as a great intro following the move to Image comics without feeling like a retread for the older fans.We get Cassie in her early days, still unsure of who she is and how she wants her life to proceed. There's a lot of humour, great writing, while the art remains fantastic and sexy in equal measure. We also get a fun and interesting slasher this time round, proving more imagination than most slasher flicks out there today [...]


  • Andrew

    Nice little story here. Folksy. Yep, just settle in and tucker up for a unique take on slasherdom. Also, I like at the end of the trade Tim Seeley briefly describes some of his influences for Grinface being Polybius and Splatterhouse. I never got to play Splatterhouse, but man, it always looked cool to me as kid. Anyway, check out this piece of gnarly if you dare!


  • Bob

    Pretty good, good pics and violent story, good!


  • Stanley

    If you like your action horror a little more on the horror side, this one is for you. Here we get to see the first case that got Cassie Hack going in the world of Slasher killing.It doesn't exist in a bubble, though. We start out with a brief recap of what we have seen in other versions with Hack's mother killing students who are mean to her and serving them for lunch. She eventually kills herself and Cassie must put her down when she comes back as a Slasher.Here, we see her having been taken in [...]


  • John Opalenik

    This is a great jumping on point for people who wanted to try out Hack/Slash since it has been such a long running series. This story is very accessible because it starts at the beginning. There isn't a great big mythology of back story to catch up on.The art is great in this edition of Hack/Slash which was important for me. If you read the rest of the series, they change artists quite often and the art ranges from amazing, to terrible and cartoony. As is often the case with slasher horror, the [...]


  • Amity

    I learned about Hack/Slash from 2 random guys on the bus; I was reading Morning Glories--they saw it, asked what it was about and then told me I should read Hack/Slash. A day later, I saw them again and they gave me this book. I heart public transit & fellow comic book geeks!On to the book. I used to read horror, and only horror. I'm not sure why I stopped, but I know part of the reason is because I was getting scared. Hack/Slash is creepy, but it's also Cassie's story that pulls me in.I'll [...]


  • Suge

    This was pretty interesting book, full of gore and teenage impulses. But mostly a girl trying to find her niche as the killer of killers in a world that probably doesn't accept that. Very interesting, cool artwork. The story line was a bit relaxed but it flowed together brilliantly towards the end. I look forward to more from the Hack/Slash series.


  • Porkpie

    UTTER GARBAGE. There is nothing redeeming in this title, no matter what standard you bring to it - the storyline, the art, the themes, the ideas, none of it. God-awful from beginning to end. Whoever made this should stop doing comic art and start doing serious therapy. Absolutely awful on all levels and you'll hate yourself for having read it.


  • Jacob

    I've never read a Hack/Slash story as lengthy as this collection as I've only read FCBD (Free Comic Book Day) or otherwise inexpensive single issues. Like its namesake it's slasher, horror genre fiction and luckily it's a great jumping on point because I didn't feel lost in gaping holes of missed continuity.


  • Don

    Just a great idea. Instead of being chased by horror-movie-esque slasher, Cassie Hack chases them. There was also a surprising amount of heart in this comic. Can Cassie give up chasing monsters and just lead a normal life? Just an all-around great book.


  • Bob Meracle

    Very much enjoyed my first encounter with Cassie Hack, female version of Dexter. Excellent storyline by Tim Seeley and awesome art by Daniel Leister. Also reminiscent of my fave female avenger Razor. Very highly recommend this page turner.


  • Mike

    Great story, feels in keeping completely with the overall storyline - and gives us teenage debauchery and evil teens to boot.Great to see Cass as someone other than indestructible and all-knowing. Makes it easier to swallow to slasher-weary wonder.Great art as always.


  • Daniel

    Rubbish.


  • Benito

    a graphic novel with horror, pain and self questioning. you won't want to put it down till cassie shows you how to kill a slasher


  • Ruby-Mae Roberts

    Very compelling.


  • Oliver

    Not the best of the Hack/Slash books I've read, but I enjoyed it well enough. Plus it has a foreword by Allison Scagliotti and I like Allison Scagliotti, so that's good.AllisonScag4Cassie, yo.


  • Jared Jeffers

    A great first appearance for the graphic novel character Cassie Hack in this brilliant series called Hack/Slash.


  • Susan

    collects new "My First Maniac" prequel series 4-issue miniseries


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