The second graphic novel adaptation from Donald E. Westlake’s hard-nosed caper series proves as entertaining as the first.
Fun, lighthearted, and sumptuously illustrated.
Gritty illustrations make for a darker Xmas story.
The latest entry in the French graphic novel series proves to be an exceedingly grim one.
A comic book adaptation of the zombie comedy gets most of the plot details right, while missing out on much of the humor.
A fresh new idea that has a lot of potential.
A look further into the tales of Hatter Madigan.
Edgar Wright's comedic inventiveness shines again with Scott Pilgrim.
Small-town values and hungry Lovecraftian gods equals good gory fun.
Supernatural or Superhero? After reading this first arc, I'm still not sure.