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    Default Sixth Gun reading order question

    I've been looking to get into The Sixth Gun for awhile now. I noticed there is a 5-issue miniseries (as well as another one coming up later this year). Is there a specific point in the series I should wait until before I read the miniseries? Even if there's no official place which it is best to read, is there a recommended point at which I should read it?

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    Which mini series are you referring to? the main Sixth Gun story is one long story really...not sure how well it would read starting from issue #25 or something. Theres also the Sons of The Gun side issues which I guess could be read on their own although I think they pretty much build off the main story as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zevious zoquis View Post
    Which mini series are you referring to? the main Sixth Gun story is one long story really...not sure how well it would read starting from issue #25 or something. Theres also the Sons of The Gun side issues which I guess could be read on their own although I think they pretty much build off the main story as well.
    I was mainly referring to Sons of the Gun. I'm planning to read the whole series, so I was just curious where would be the best place to read Sons of the Gun.

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    "Sons of the Gun" is a prequel about previous owners of the guns.
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    Sons of the Gun can be read any time after the first arc, Cold Dead Fingers. It's by no means essential to read Cold Dead Fingers, but it does explain some of the mechanics of the world that go unsaid in Sons of the Gun. I suppose there may be some nuances you might miss if you haven't read Winter Wolves, but I'm not sure. I haven't read it in a while.

    Days of the Dead is best read after Not the Bullet, But the Fall, and I assume Dust to Dust (next year's miniseries) will be best read after Hell and High Water.
    Last edited by middenway; 10-16-2014 at 07:21 PM.

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