Top Shelf Productions, 2001 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 119 pages
Tune-in your dial to the smashing Top Shelf debut of two young upstarts and witness with wonder as the lives of morally ambiguous characters collide in a train wreck of a graphic novel called Pistolwhip! A naive bellhop's struggle towards a life's ambition; an expatriate musician on the run; a young woman's battle with her paranoia and her past; and the mysterious figure who wants to control their lives. Set in an exotic atmosphere of a by-gone era, Pistolwhip is a marvelous tale crafted with a crime noir feel and an artistic style reminiscent of the best European graphic novelists. We promise you will be rewarded with each re-reading of this elaborate narrative.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Brian.Gunderson - LibraryThing
I enjoyed this early work from Matt Kindt which he and Jason Hall created. I have enjoyed his recent Mind MGMT series, and it's great to see his early art and storytelling. This book can be a quick ... Read full review
Review: Pistolwhip: Yellow MenaceUser Review - Sonic - Goodreads
Pretty decent story with some pretty decent illustration from Matt Kindt. Kindt chose to render this in an even more relaxed style than normal and yet the compositions were more dynamic and flowing than is usual for him as well. Read full review