Smoke and Guns

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AiT/PlanetLar, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 104 pages
6 Reviews
When Scarlett, an overly ambitious cigarette girl - quick to break the rules and even quicker to pull the trigger - starts selling cigarettes outside of her district, tensions rise and the seeds of an all-out cigarette girl gang war are sown. When you're out on the street in the middle of the night wearing your little French Maid outfit, with the short skirt and the off-the-shoulder top, Jack Daniels isn't just your friend, it's your coat. And the 9mm in your tray isn't just your protection - it's the compass that points you the way home.

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User Review  - Jarlos - Goodreads

a fun fun fun book. fantastic art. like a breezy version of sin city. Read full review

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User Review  - zxvasdf - Goodreads

I love how Fabio Moon draws women. I loved how he did the second arc of Casanova (nothing to do with this, but had to be said anyways.) Now this is a Kristen Baldock brilliantly written book filled ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Moon is an art school graduate from Brazil. When not penciling comics, Fabio illustrates for popular magazines and newspapers.

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