Maniac Killer Strikes Again!: Delirious, Mysterious Stories

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Fantagraphics Books, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 176 pages
A collection of long out of print stories from the late '80s to the early90s'. Maniac killer is full of deformed monsters and secret societies, of amirderous clan of cat-masked villians and simple mad scientists.
In themulti-chapter " Thirteen O'Clock" a serial killer bearing a corkscrew strikesrepeatedly while a glowing , disembodied skull talks to the victims. But theenigmatic detective Mr.Murmur solves the crime and shares the motive, tooriduculous to be explained here. It combines noir mystery with absurd humor. Thenative artwork is reminiscent of Lynda Berry and its simplicity helps to conveythe tone of spooky delight.

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This is a fun little graphic novel filled with strange tales of murder and revenge. The art fits well with the stories. The stories are short, but clever and quirky. Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Richard Sala grew up in Chicago and now spends his time in Berkeley, CA. His graphic novels include Mad Night, Peculia, Peculia and the Groon Grove Vampires, Maniac Killer Strikes Again!, The Ghastly Ones, The Chuckling Whatsit, Cat Burglar Black, Delphine, and The Hidden.

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