Stray Bullets, Volume 1: Innocence of Nihilism

Stray Bullets, Volume 1: Innocence of Nihilism

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by David Lapham
     
 

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  • With the return of Stray Bullets, it's time to roll out the “by story arc” trades of David Lapham’s influential crime masterpiece!
    These are their stories. Follow the lost lives of people who are savagely torn apart by events beyond their control. As the innocent world of an imaginative little girl is shattered when she witnesses a

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  • With the return of Stray Bullets, it's time to roll out the “by story arc” trades of David Lapham’s influential crime masterpiece!
    These are their stories. Follow the lost lives of people who are savagely torn apart by events beyond their control. As the innocent world of an imaginative little girl is shattered when she witnesses a brutal double murder. Or an introverted young boy on the verge of manhood gets a lesson on just how far is too far when he falls for a needy woman who lives life in the fast lane. Or party with a pair of low-rent hoods who learn about what is really important in life just when they shouldn’t. And even learn the story of the most infamous gangster who ever lived, Amy Racecar, who talks to God, lunches with the President, and just may be responsible for the end of the world. These are some of the tales that will rip out your guts and break your heart.
  • Collects Stray Bullets #1-7.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780965328029
Publisher:
El Capitan Books
Publication date:
04/18/2001
Series:
Stray Bullets Series , #1
Edition description:
Not Appropriate For Children
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
9.00(w) x 11.70(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author

David Lapham is an American comic book writer, artist, and cartoonist, best known for his work on the independent comic book, Stray Bullets.

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Stray Bullets, Volume 1: Innocence of Nihilism 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PaulAllard More than 1 year ago
Black-and-white comic collection A series of black and white violent stories, all inter-connected, jumping about from one time period to another. There’s a fair amount of violence, some of it mindless. The stories are all connected but zap aback and forth in time. If this is not read in one go, it’s difficult to remember where everyone fits in because of the flashbacks and flash-forwards. Quite entertaining but not really my cup of tea. Recommended to those who like comics about hard living.