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  • Posted June 5, 2013

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    Very good crime book!

    Ed Brubaker does a fantastic job of gritty street level books. Here, there are so many characters that are different shades of "bad", with no true heroes. The art by Sean Phillips is a perfect match for this book. Overall, its a really good take on a genre that can get cliched very quickly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2012

    Good Book

    A1like the steak sauce. I like it just as much as the first, actually probly better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2008

    The easiest way to cross over into comics

    If you love crime movies or crime novels, there is no easier way to open your world up to graphic novels than Brubaker's spectacular series entitled CRIMINAL. With sharp drawings and tight plotting, the first two trades of Criminal are as good as watching a classic film noir on TCM...except the language is harsher, the violence bloodier, and they actually show sex (none of these faults, in my book). Once you catch up with the trade paperbacks, try to get the actual issues at your local comic book store every month because they are worth it. There are articles about noir books and films penned by great crime authors (Duane Swierczynski) and fans (Patton Oswalt) in the back of each issue.

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