I don't generally like Brian Azzarello's work.
Azzarello clearly put a great deal of thought into his vision of our ruined language, and the dedication to his vision reminds me of writers such as Anthony Burgess.
The ending didn't quite pull together in a satisfactory way, and the pidgin language that most of the story is told in was very distracting to me.
Not your typical "superhero" comic. It's a very original and avant-garde book with great pacing and interesting characters. Read morePublished 5 months ago by no one of consequence
This is a brilliant book, not just a comic and not just a graphic novel. I had decided that it was one of the greatest things I've read before I even got about half way through... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Maurizio Mezzatesta
I apologize in advance if this is a poor review, but this book left me with such a bad taste in my mouth that I am writing this review out of spite rather than trying to be... Read morePublished on March 25, 2013 by tgw
I don't generally like Brian Azzarello's work. I think he goes for a lot of cheap vulgarity and violence rather than actual depth most of the time. This was actually pretty decent. Read morePublished on March 23, 2013 by Amazon Customer
i was hooked on Azzarello since i read the plot summary for "100 Bullets" a year ago, I love his "villain" stories (lex luthor man of steel amd the joker) tooPublished on March 11, 2013 by nougat420
That civilian language of the future is hard to understand until you get the slang down but this book is so unique and reads like a movie. Can you figure out ending? I did. Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by Ghostmachine