When Words Collide: MoCCA 2011 by Timothy Callahan, Columnist/Reviewer
Oh and artist Jhomar Soriano does the best Eduardo Risso impression you've ever seen. But it's Eduardo Risso with a bit of Sean Phillips thrown in, so it's okay.
In short, it's a good book -- seriously, far better than any of the Vertigo Crime books and I've liked a couple of those -- and it manages to feel like something produced from the hands of Skillman and Soriano. Their effort is right there, on the page. Immediate and without any artifice beyond their own interest in the artificiality of the genre in which they're working.
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