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It's been years since I've been into comics.  I reached back to Richard Stark and found all the new comics inspired by early horror, noir, etc.  I found Sean Parker and Dave Stewart.  I burned through their earlier work.  The newest series, Fatale, has me hooked.  It probably helps that there's a Cthulu-esque feel about it and it's set in SF.

It's been years since I've been into comics. I reached back to Richard Stark and found all the new comics inspired by early horror, noir, etc. I found Sean Parker and Dave Stewart. I burned through their earlier work. The newest series, Fatale, has me hooked. It probably helps that there's a Cthulu-esque feel about it and it's set in SF.

The Fade Out #4 Sex and violence in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Charlie's flashbacks to the war affect his work, and his secret mission to solve a covered up murder. And remember, like all BRUBAKER/PHILLIPS comics, the back pages of THE FADE OUT are filled with extra art and articles you can only find in the single issues!

The Fade Out #4 Sex and violence in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Charlie's flashbacks to the war affect his work, and his secret mission to solve a covered up murder. And remember, like all BRUBAKER/PHILLIPS comics, the back pages of THE FADE OUT are filled with extra art and articles you can only find in the single issues!

11. Criminal V. 4: Bad Night. Written by Ed Brubaker; Art by Sean Phillips. With books like Gotham Central—about detectives working cases on Batman’s turf— Brubaker helped kick off a crime-noir renaissance in comics; his ongoing series Criminal is a pulp-fiction hell-ride. In “Bad Night,“ Jacob Kurtz—cartoonist, insomniac, and ex-counterfeiter—falls for a bad-news dame and gets his hands bloody in a Chinese-mob heist; then things really get nuts.

11. Criminal V. 4: Bad Night. Written by Ed Brubaker; Art by Sean Phillips. With books like Gotham Central—about detectives working cases on Batman’s turf— Brubaker helped kick off a crime-noir renaissance in comics; his ongoing series Criminal is a pulp-fiction hell-ride. In “Bad Night,“ Jacob Kurtz—cartoonist, insomniac, and ex-counterfeiter—falls for a bad-news dame and gets his hands bloody in a Chinese-mob heist; then things really get nuts.

Utterly loving this comic film noir from Ed Brubaker and Scott Phillips. This dynamic duo make wonderful comics that always leave me hanging on the edge of my seat.

Utterly loving this comic film noir from Ed Brubaker and Scott Phillips. This dynamic duo make wonderful comics that always leave me hanging on the edge of my seat.

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