utterly chilling and compelling and that goes for text as well as graphics. A seamless work of art.Published 2 days ago by mr Ype Timmer
Great story on the account of Jack the Ripper and it actually comes with notes and research they did explaining why they chose to use these particular characters and plotline. Read morePublished 11 days ago by claudia tristan
A fun look at the Jack the Ripper investigation, Alan Moore mostly entertains, but does draw out his antagonist, at times, to the point of boredom. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Talia Melber
Gruesome, dark and yet very human...as always, Moore lends you a unique perspective to humanity as a whole. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Writesh Ghosh
I'm not sure what I expected. I bought this because I purchased the DVD with the same title.
And the stories are vaguely similar -- but then, so is the story in /Murder... Read more
Elaborate,darkly entertaining.I could feel the gloom and desperation of the impoverished denizens of 19th century London.
Great graphic novel. Read more
so much more than just a slasher story. The amount of depth and speculation that went into the writing of this is simply perfect. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J Dub W
The binding was a little messed up. It was coming apart a little bit on the inside and the outer top corner was smashed in. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Larry Johnson