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The Warriors

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The year 2009 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Paramount Pictures film classic The Warriors, directed by Walter Hill, who later went on to direct 48 Hours, Last Man Standing, and the acclaimed series Deadwood. Now, for the first time, this movie phenomenon has been adapted into a thrilling graphic novel.

The story chronicles one night in the lives of the New York Cit
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published September 29th 2009 by Del Rey/Dabel Brothers
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Matt Thomas
It started out well: an influential person preaching cooperation and strategy to a group of gang members who predictably include members who take him out "just cuz". And I like the comparison of the gang who gets blamed to the Greek soldiers trapped in Persian territory. But I guess it's the whole "gang" genre that made the whole thing somewhat boring. Nothing special. Even the tiny love story is a little expected.
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