Hard Case Crime Graphic Novels

So, as you all know, I have an ever-growing Hard Case Crime collection.

Well, I recently discovered they also have graphic novels in this series! Talk about a game changer. I’m so excited. My favorite part has always been the illustrations, and now I have an entire novel full of them πŸ™‚

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TRIGGERMAN by Walter Hill

Hard Case Crime’s gritty, sexy, violent world to life. The first shots fired out of the Hard Case Crime comics line will be Prohibition epic Triggerman by the legendary director of The Warriors, Walter Hill.

Locked up for a life of murder, Roy Nash never thought he’d walk the mean streets of Chicago again… let alone rescue his beloved, Lena. But when the city’s Mafia elite spring the notorious gun-for-hire to handle one last assignment, Roy once again finds himself thrown headfirst into a life of bloodshed and bullets as he sprints a breathless race to save the girl he left behind. From legendary screenwriter and director Walter Hill (The Warriors, Red Heat, Last Man Standing) and French comics Matz, comes this hardboiled crime thriller set in the bullet-ridden streets of 1930s Chicago.

THE ASSIGNMENT by Walter Hill

In The Assignment, hitman Frank Kitchen takes a job to eliminate a celebrated fashion designer who’s fallen behind on his debts to the mob. The story takes a savage turn when the victim’s sister, a sociopathic surgeon, decides to punish Frank in a unique way. Abducted and operated on against his will, Frank Kitchen awakens in an altered condition – but still with a hitman’s hunger for revenge…

 

I’ll definitely be getting more πŸ™‚

–Jess

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