The filth, Volume 1
DC Comics, Jun 1, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 316 pages
The Filth is a groundbreaking, mind-altering voyage of conspiracies and revelations. Since the early 1950s, a secret police force known only as The Hand has been covertly protecting society and making sure that life continues along its prescribed path. But when a rogue agent of the enigmatic organization introduces numerous threats to the social hygiene of existence, the future of the world teeters on the edge of cataclysmic change. Now as the hour of chaos approaches. The Hand's only chance of success rests on the shoulders of their greatest agent, a man who is traumatically fixed in a hypnotic state in which he believes himself to be a fat, balding, middle-aged loser with an addiction to porn. Suggested for Mature Readers.
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Read it again, following up a discussion of author Grant Morrison's disappointing Return of Bruce Wayne. To be frank, The Filth was even less coherent than I had remembered: a rambling tale that veers ... Read full review
A book worth reading with great art, memorable characters and interesting premises. Its dense story telling may not appeal to most readers.