Written by Cullen Bunn
Art by Brian Hurtt
Two issues of The Sixth Gun, between this one and the beginning of its new spin-off mini-series, is quite a treat for one week.
This issue finishes off the 'Winter Wolves' arc, which really ended last month, as Drake and Becky meet up with their friend Gord Cantrell, who played a large role in rescuing them from their wintry fate. They are not too happy to see who Gord's traveling companions are, as they both have some bad history with Kirby Hale and Asher Cobb.
Now that the band is all back together, they figure that it's time to go after Missy Hume, the widow of General Hume, and the only other person to possess one of the Six Guns. Becky decides to pay a visit to Missy herself, using her gun's special abilities. This in turn leads Missy to visit a potential ally, promising that this series is going to continue to ramp up in intensity.
Bunn and Hurtt have put together a very consistently enjoyable series, and that continues to be true. It looks like the next story arc, 'Ghost Dance' is going to feature Native American characters, and not simply rely on their mythology, as has been the case numerous times over the course of the series. I've really been enjoying the way that Bunn has woven mystical aspects into the traditional Western setting, and so the addition of "Indians" is more than welcome.