Killing the Cobra Chinatown Trollop (Felix Gomez)
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Killing the Cobra Chinatown Trollop (Felix Gomez)

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Spinning out of the bestselling novel, The Nymphos of Rocky Flats, author Mario Acevedo brings his Iraq war veteran and vampire detective, Felix Gomez, to comics in this all-new tale of murderous mayhem involving the ruthless heroin merchants, the Han Cobras. But vampiric powers may not be enough to protect Felix or his lover from the vicious gangsters.
Paperback, 104 pages
Published November 30th 2010 by IDW Publishing (first published November 14th 2010)
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Tez
I have two as-yet-unread Felix Gomez novels on my shelf, with three more on my wishlist. Not much for comics or graphic novels, but this unexpectedly arrived in my snail mail. Felix Gomez was in the US Army doing a tour of duty in Iraq when his troop unintentionally killed a village of civilians. Soon after he was turned into a vampire. Normally I'm wary of those who choose to join the military, but Felix's guilt and grief humanises him, makes him less of a soulless killing machine.

He has immort...more
Solace Winter
Beautiful art but from there this story goes downhill. Having read all of the books this story becomes too much of a reiteration of things we have heard in those novels. You aren't given a chance to develop any real feeling for the new characters that appear and the end is horrifically predictable. Still, it's Felix, and for the few moments of clarity in story, he goes about with his usual wit. If they do another one of these I hope they fit it in where it is not predictable and comes out before...more
Tim Mocarski
There's a reason I think graphic novels are just big comic books. Although I truly like the character of Felix Gomez, this spin off from an earlier novel leaves the reader hanging by abruptly ending with the supposed promise if future adventures following the story line.
Jason
A fantastic addition to the Felix Gomez universe. Filling in the gap between the first and second novels in the series this graphic novel is fast paced and action packet. A bit more reserved than the novels but still a nice step in the evolution of the character.
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Born in El Paso, Texas and grew up in Las Cruces, New Mexico, but visited family in Chihuahua. Joined the US Army and flew attack helicopters.

Was artist-in-residence for Arte Americas in Fresno, California and served as a combat artist in Operation Desert Storm. Also teaches/taught art to prisoners at Avenal State Prison.
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