Jacobi's Reviews > 100 Bullets, Vol. 11: Once Upon a Crime

100 Bullets, Vol. 11 by Brian Azzarello
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May 06, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: trades-read

A common complaint some readers have of 100 Bullets is that the series is much stronger in its first half when the stories dealt with Graves giving people the gun with untraceable ammo. I count myself as one of those people, as I find the conspiracy stuff to not be as compelling as the one off stories that can be found earlier in the series. The conspiracy angle was interesting to me when it was an undercurrent to the series, but not as the focal point. So sadly this will be the last volume of 100 Bullets I read. I'm just not interested enough to see how the conspiracy plays out, and I found the last stretch of issues a slog to get through.

These are solid comics, but they just aren't to my taste any longer.

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