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
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - knielsen83 - LibraryThing
Kind of a strange graphic novel, with an interesting black and white styling of the illustrations. Is a sort of round about story, starting at the ending and then the beginning and doing a full circle story line. Interesting, yet a little confusing. Read full review