starbyness, May 21, 2010 (view all comments by starbyness)
The second Volume of Azarello's 100 Bullets brings more into play. This second book begins the main plot line that appears to be covered up by Agent Graves's "Game." What is his agenda and who are "The Trust." This series continues to draw you in, with characters that might remind you of your parents, your neighbor, or simply that guy walking down the street. As the main story picks up, the end of this volume stacks up questions and begins the anticipation of what's to come next. This series is always exciting and reads like a fast paced action thriller crime drama.
crowyhead, March 1, 2008 (view all comments by crowyhead)
This series is starting to gain more of an overarching plot, but this volume by itself doesn't stand up all that well -- it really feels like it's all set-up for the next volume. Eduardo Risso's art remains perfectly suited to the subject matter, however.
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