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Criminal, Vol. 3 Winner Of The Eisner Award For Best New Series, And Winner Of The Harvey And Eisner Awards For Best Writer The Third Collection Of Ed Brubaker And Sean Phillips Critically Acclaimed Noir Series Follows A Different Twist Of The Knife This Time Telling Three Interlinking Stories That Take Place During The Early 1970s And Swirl Around The Fate Of A Hard Luck Femme Fatale, A Boxer And A Thief And Killer Just Home From Vietnam Each Story Is Told From A Different Narrative Point Of View, So We Can See The Varied Secrets And Hidden Desires That Ultimately Lead To A Lot Of Murder And Mayhem Collecting Criminal Volume 2 1 3


10 thoughts on “Criminal, Vol. 3

  1. says:

    Just when I thought Ed Brubaker s Criminal comic series couldn t get any better, he sets a story back in the 70s that had me humming the Shaft theme song while I was reading it.The main story revolves around a black boxer and his white gangster friend The two grew up together because their fathers built a criminal empire together, but their friendship has been on a shaky ground since there was some ugliness involving Danica, a beautiful woman they both fell for Brubaker tells the main story o Just when I thought Ed Brubaker s Criminal comic series couldn t get any better, he sets a story back in the 70s that had me humming the Shaft theme song while I was reading it.The...


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    Nothin but the dead and dyin in my little town Paul SimonIn the third volume we circle back to the roots of the murders in the first two volumes Teeg Lawless, like his son, a veteran, but of Vietnam, not Iraq, illustrates a noir tenet The chickens come home to roost or, the past will come back to bite your ass The storytelling in this volume is ambitious, complicated, interesting, a story told from three different perspectives in each of three separate issues collected here Second Chan Nothin but the dead and dyin in my little town Paul SimonIn the third volume we circle back to the roots of the murders in the first two volumes Teeg Lawless, like his son, a veteran, but of Vietnam, not Iraq, illustrates a noir tenet The chickens come home to roost or, the past will come back to bite your ass The storytelling in this volume is ambitious, complicated, interesting, a story told from three different perspectives in each of three separate issues collected here Second Chance in Hell, told from the perspective of Jake Gnarly Brown, whose friendship with Sebastian reveals frictio...


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    If you want to understand the truth about anyone, about who they are and where they came from and what they might do, good or bad you have to look back For the third album in their prize winning comic series Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips decided to go back in time one generation and look at the evil roots or sins of the fathers that led, unavoidably, to the bloody murders from the first two albums This sense of futility, of a merciless Fate that the protagonists cannot escape or hide fr If you want to understand the truth about anyone, about who they are and where they came from and what they might do, good or bad you have to look back For the third album in their prize winning comic series Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips decided to go back in time one generation and look at the evil roots or sins of the fathers that led, unavoidably, to the bloody murders from the first two albums This sense of futility, of a merciless Fate that the protagonists cannot escape or hide from is in the best noir tradition that inspired the series in the first place Th...


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    Like the first volume something just felt off about this I ll get to that in a minute This volume is basically 3 parts where you get the point of views of different characters One being a boxer, another a whore, and the side of the mafia you probably don t want to see It s a study of how people s lives effect another It s also a view into many characters and how they grow over time, better or worse, and also how they fit into their parents shoes Good The artwork is still rock solid I mea Like the first volume something just felt off about this I ll get to that in a minute This volume is basically 3 parts where you get the point of views of different characters One being a boxer, another a whore, and the side of the mafia you probably don t want to see It s a study of how people s lives effect another It s also a view into many characters and how they grow over time, better or worse, and also how they fit into their parents shoes Good The artwork is still rock solid I mean, do you expect anything less at this point Also enjoyed the ending and probably where I felt most connected Listening to the story of a woman with hopes and dreams get ripped apart and turned into a shell of a former self is heartbreaking but so well done Bad I didn t care for the two main leads Especially because I can t even recall their names The story was well told enough but when you can t connect you start not to worry about who they are or what happ...


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    When I looked in the mirror, I saw a girl too old for her years Saw a face with no joy A smile that had nothing left in it but emptyEd Brubaker and Sean Phillips s Criminal series is proving to be impressively consistent, getting better with each installment, and this third volume, The Dead and the Dying, is my favorite so far This time we jump back to the 60 s 70 s and take a look at how some of sins of Center City s fathers led to where their sons are today Mostly it revolves arouWhe...


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    Three individual stories set in 1972, all with different motives and perspectives I like how Brubaker weaved these stories together and how they overlap one another One of the three features another one of the Lawless clan.


  7. says:

    I start reading one of Brubaker s Criminal books, and its so compelling that I start to think, Yeah This is awesome Bad guys Dirty streets Heists I could write something like this Then I keep reading And it s so good And then it gets even better, and I realize that no, I couldn t wr...


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  9. says:

    The third volume of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips Criminal series contains three interlocking tales all revolving around Danica, a beautiful but ultimately flawed woman.With this volume, you re beginning to see their universe take shape There are characters resurfacing, settings reappearing and themes continuing With Brubaker, the writing, as always, is top notch and his consistent collaborator Sean Phillips brings it home with his excellent style.With the Criminal series, Brubaker and Philli The th...


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    Ed Brubaker takes us back to the 70s with 3 crime stories revolving around a black woman named Danica More of a love tragedy than a heist, The Dead and the Dying combines heist cliches with a love story The result is a nicely done story you have seen or read before Volume 3 further expands the crimi...


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