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Criminal Vol. 4: Bad Night Paperback – February 11, 2009
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Unlike the Brubaker/Phillips series 'Fade Out,' the Criminal series can be purchased in just about any order without giving much away about individual plots. For sure, the characters are mixed up a bit and developed more in each issue but not every character appears in every story.
I've read all of the books in the Criminal line, and I've thoroughly enjoyed each one. If you like a gritty story of crime, betrayal, and danger, you'd do well to give this series a chance. I'm glad I did.
Brubaker and Phillips took a break from this series for the six-issue mini-series "Incognito" but promised that "Criminal" will return. (I bought all six individual issues of "Incognito" and loved it - the TPB is scheduled for a December release). The first three "Criminal" TPBs have been collected into a deluxe hardcover edition.
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I love all these books. I'm a huge sucker for crime stories whether it be books, comics, movies and t.v. This is one of the best in the series.Published 22 months ago by Daniel Wood
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