Silence & Co. is about as unapologetically pulpy, hard boiled and devoted to its genre as any work of fiction can be. But, in the case of Gur Benshemesh’s tale of a hitman who wreaks vengeance on the clients who set him up, that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
You know that our civilisation is in need of a major overhaul when audiences are up for seeing slick politicians and greedy bankers getting a bullet to the head with the same level of emotional detachment as they might read the colourful exploits of square-jawed heroes battling Doctor Doom and General Zod.
Publisher SelfMadeHero is releasing The Murder Mile this February, a detective story from Brighton-based based artist (and athlete) Paul Collicutt that is set during the era of Roger Bannister’s world record-breaking four-minute mile.
2010, Vertigo Crime Story: Denise Mina Art: Antonio Fuso, Lee Burmejo (cover) If countless books and movies are anything to go by, we do love to watch middle classed families fall apart. Denise Mina’s A Sickness in the Family, the latest in DC’s Vertigo Crime imprint, is a gruesome study of one such affluent and […]