A History of Violenceby John Wagner, DC Comics (Editor), Vince Locke (Illustrator)
Now Tom must
It was just another quiet day at McKenna's Diner until a couple of wanted killers walked in looking for trouble. Instead, they got bullets, and Tom McKenna got to be an instant media celebrity. That got him a lot of attention from some people he thought he'd escaped long ago. The kind of people who never forget a face--even after twenty years...
Now Tom must confront a group of cold-blooded mobsters intent on settling the score. As much as he tries to deny it, he's a man with a history of violence and with the lives of his family hanging in the balance, he'll do anything to make sure his secret past stays buried... forever.
- Pocket Books
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- 5.49(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.79(d)
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A History Of Violence was a dark and gritty tale of a man's quest to escape from his painful and obviously violent past. Wagner's plot is pretty basic but it does reach into some very dark places. The art by Locke is sketchy which fits this well but at times it was very hard to distinguish between characters or see exactly what was be depicted. Overall there isn't anything very new here but its decent.