McGregor's Culp and Cosby type detective team of Ted Denning and Bob Rainier live in a Philip Marlowe existence on the seamy side of 1980 New York. Although the plot is fairly simple, their lives are refreshingly complex and the two stories are well blended with the help of Rogers' excellent black and white illustrations." -- Howard Zimmerman<br /><br />"The writing and illustrations owe far more to the techniques of the motion picture than to comic books, with cross cutting and other film innovations used most effectively to tell the story of a murder with roots in a lesbian love affair." --ELLERY QUEEN MYSTERY MAGAZINE
The two "Detectives Inc." graphic novels, with art by the late Marshall Rogers and by Gene Colan, respectively, are, aside from being beautifully written, humanistic detective... Read morePublished on January 19, 2010 by Camilla Work
"There came a day when it wasn't kid stuff anymore."
Those were words that I felt with both gratitude and intensity when I learned that Don McGregor's Detectives Inc. Read more
During his famous run penciling Batman stories in DETECTIVE COMICS, with Steve Engelhart writing the story and Terry Austin providing the inks, Marshall Rogers showed that nobody... Read morePublished on May 25, 2009 by Jay Dickson
In amongst the capes and tights and adolescent power fantasies that pass themselves off as the American comic books, there are a handful of dedicated creators out there who are... Read morePublished on March 14, 2000 by J.C. Vaughn