Val Staples, who provides the colors, is also at the top of the game as well.
This trade paperback collects issues #6 to #10 of Marvel's Criminal series from the same creative team as the outstanding 2003-2005 DC/Wildstorm series Sleeper.
Brubaker dropped pebbles of plot into the pond of his story, then chased the ripples out for the readers till everything came together.
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. Read morePublished 15 months ago by S. Penrose
Both story and art are deceptively simple, and that's how Brubaker and Phillips get you hooked. Tracy Lawless is a bad dude going after other bad dudes -- the ones that killed his... Read morePublished on October 28, 2011 by Cliff
All the other reviewers have pretty much covered everything I might have to say about this so all I can add for my two cents is that I agree with the positive reviews on this... Read morePublished on November 11, 2010 by Andre
I usually find it pointless to comment on a ongoing series because future publications can really impact my impression. Read more
Ed Brubaker is one of my favorite writers on the DAREDEVIL monthly comic, which he's still currently writing. Read morePublished on June 16, 2008 by Mel Odom
This trade paperback collects issues #6 to #10 of Marvel's Criminal series from the same creative team as the outstanding 2003-2005 DC/Wildstorm series Sleeper. Read morePublished on April 6, 2008 by K. W. Schreiter