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Pistolwhip by Matt Kindt
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Jan 25, 2011

really liked it
Read in December, 2010

Fantastic book. Clever, innovative storytelling that shows what happens when a writer (Jason Hall) and artist (Matt Kindt) collaborate so seamlessly. I was thoroughly sucked in by the mystery, which is dished out selectively and methodically, introducing one strange, colorful character after another, until they all collide together in a satisfying resolution. Hall and Kindt masterfully manipulate the reader, but not in a contrived manner. The story unravels organically, and at a pitch-perfect pace. The dialogue is crisp and spot-on for the period, the characters intriguing, and the plot solid. The sequel, "Pistolwhip: The Yellow Menace" is also highly recommended.

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