Dylan Dog GrandeRistampa n° 60 cover

Series Dylan Dog Grande Ristampa

60

Frequency: bimonthly

Dylan Dog GrandeRistampa n° 60

Release: 04/08/2016

Price 6,70

Cover: Corrado Roi


Lettere dall'inferno
Plot and script: Pasquale Ruju
Artwork: Ugolino Cossu

"Jethro must die!". Madame Trelkovski is right: even though this may appear to be far too gory a solution, killing the “Prophet” who’s locked up in Manner’s Asylum is the only way to put a halt to the massacre he’s set in motion with his wild doctrines. Dylan was supposed to have swollen the number of victims too, except that DD was just in time to stop the hand of Geraldine Rowling, an old flame of his, who’s come back to kill him. No, it’s nothing to do with jealousy, and there’s no connection with passion and revenge either. Quite the opposite: it’s precisely out of love that Geraldine and all the other involuntary murderers have armed their hand, because “love is death”, as Jethro maintains. But what method does the “Prophet” use to impose his orders? Watch out for the mailbox, because this time Death comes by post…

La terza faccia della medaglia
Plot and script: Michele Medda
Artwork: Giovanni Freghieri

The third face of the coin is Peter Drabble’s speciality: it’s the element of truth which constitutes the other alternative that would never cross anybody’s mind. And – it has to be recognized – for a detective this is no mean resource... The problem is that Peter, on the tracks of a murderer who seems to be copying the dubious enterprises of some of his predecessors, is going mad, and as the threat of insanity looms larger in his mind he has no option but to turn to Dylan Dog. But this time it’s the nightmares that get the upper hand and neither Peter nor Dylan distinguish the fateful third face in time...

Notti di caccia
Plot and script: Pasquale Ruju
Artwork: Nicola Mari

Twilight Duscombe is blind. She’s been blind ever since the night when Jargo, the master vampire, and his “children” slaughtered her family. And it’s precisely since that very night that the unfortunate girl has been seeing things other people can’t see, because Jargo speaks to her mind, even giving her a few instants of fleeting happiness. All the same, though, that fateful moment marked the beginning of a ceaseless hunt by Twilight and her brother Reginald, who have been traversing the continents far and wide ever since. Now the vampire is in London, and, in the shadow of Big Ben, there is only one man who might be able to help them kill the monster. But Dylan is dithering… Reginald is a bit too keen on dishing out death for there to be any certainty that the real monster is Jargo!