The Black Monday Murders, Vol. 1: All Hail, God Mammon

The Black Monday Murders, Vol. 1: All Hail, God Mammon Review

All Hail God Money!
From Jonathan Hickman (East of West, Secret Wars, Avengers) and Tomm Coker (Undying Love) comes a new crypto-noir series about the power of dirty, filthy money... and exactly what kind of people you can buy with it. The Black Monday Murders, Volume 1: All Hail, God Mammon is classic occultism where the various schools of magic are actually clandestine banking cartels who control all of society: a secret world where vampire Russian oligarchs, Black popes, enchanted American aristocrats, and hitmen from the International Monetary Fund work together to keep all of us in our proper place.

Collecting: The Black Monday Murders 1-4

Title:The Black Monday Murders, Vol. 1: All Hail, God Mammon
Edition Language:English

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    The Black Monday Murders, Vol. 1: All Hail, God Mammon Reviews

  • Michael Finocchiaro

    The Black Monday (as in Stock Market crash black Mondays) Murders is a beautifully drawn tale of mysticism, cannibalism and conspiracy. I won't go much more detail for fear of spoilers. It is more of ...

  • Sam Quixote

    “In God We Trust” is printed on US banknotes – yeah, the god of money, Mammon! The filthy lucre is America’s true religion and its high priests preside on Wall Street. Assigned to investigate ...

  • Sud666

    J Hickman hits a home run with this superb tale. I honestly picked it up due to the interesting cover and utter lack of description. I respect a comic that doesn't plaster the entire plot on the back ...

  • Donovan

    Dreadfully boring. I feel like Hickman is doing a Brubaker Fatale impression. But rather than death cults and lovers it's investment bankers. Whoever said "you had me at investment bankers"? I just co...

  • Chad

    Hickman is great at coming up with fantastic concepts. This is another one. Ultra-rich Wall Street bankers have got there on the backs of their workers through blood sacrifice. All hail the almighty d...

  • Paul Bryant

    Me and Georgia (daughter, back from university) were in town so we naturally went to Page 45, the comix shop – here it isIt has a ton of stuff we would both love to buy (she likes her manga, I like ...

  • Artemy

    I don't consider myself a Jonathan Hickman fan, but I really admire what he does — his comics are usually very unique, and have tons of great ideas and concepts. I just feel like more often than not...

  • Kyle

    Actual rating: 3.5A truly cinematic work; the entire volume could easily transition into the television or film mediums. While I won't spend any time trying to explain the purposefully convoluted and ...

  • David Schaafsma

    I think I just might not be a fan of Hickman’s work. This one is maybe the third or fourth series I have tried, and if I tell you a little about it, you will probably see that it is ambitious and be...

  • L. McCoy

    I am a huge fan of Hickman. He’s one of the best writers in comics. East of West is the best current comic series (and I will get into a snarky, kinda stupid internet comments war if someone in the ...