Army Of Darkness
A time-warped supermarket worker fights in medieval England with a chainsaw and a '73 Oldsmobile.
It's hard not to feel there's something wrong when Army of Darkness, the third entry in Sam Raimi's lively Evil Dead series, opens with a 15 certificate. And indeed, this is not quite the non-stop rollercoaster of splat we're entitled to expect. Like Evil Dead II, it opens with a digest-cum-remake of the original movie, taking geeky Ash (Bruce Campbell) back out to that cabin in the woods where he is beset by demons who do away with his girlfriend (blink and you'll miss Bridget Fonda).
Twenty years in the future, the Army of Darkness has succeeded in collapsing Western civilization. An unexpected upshot of the Deadites taking over? Supernatural species such as vampires, witches, and werewolves form an uneasy alliance with humanity in order to survive. The only hope for both mankind and monsters alike is a ritual that will send the demons back to the Hell that birthed them.
Hail to the Third Omnibus, Baby! Dynamite's "Army of Darkness" saga, based on the cult hit "Army of Darkness" movie, continues with 15 issues (numbered 13-27) of Ash-tastic madness! More Ash! More chainsaw hand! More shotgun blasts! More deadites! More...Chosen Ones? Featuring stories written by Mike Raicht ("Stuff of Legend", "Dark Shadows") and Jim Kuhoric ("Dead Irons", "Freddy vs.
Dynamite presents the first 18 issues of the acclaimed "Army of Darkness" series in one massive omnibus! This title features the movie adaptation based on the screenplay by Sam and Ivan Raimi, and illustrated by John Bolton, as well as the first four story arcs from the ongoing series.
All Versions, All the Groovyness, All in One great Collection Who wants some? Finally, all the film versions, (Inc. the Digitally Remastered, High Definition, Directors Cut) never before released extras and bonuses have been piled up and masterfully mashed into 5 glorious discs of shotgun-toting, chainsaw-wielding, time-travelling, horror-comedy that will bring you to fangasim.