Filthy Rich

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Dc Comics, Aug 25, 2009 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
22 Reviews
Richard "JUNK" Junkin has always lived on the edge of trouble. A former professional football star who's career was cut short by injury (and gambling problems), he now finds himself selling cars in New Jersey, dreaming of what-might-have-been and lusting after his boss's unbelievably spoiled, unbelievably sexy and unbelievably rich daughter, Victoria.

So when the boss asks him to be her personal bodyguard as she tears up the New York City club scene, he leaps at the chance. But before long Junk becomes more of a lapdog than a chaperone, doing all of Victoria's dirty work...up to, and including, murder.

This is the story of FILTHY RICH--the story of a disgraced man with a chip on his shoulder whose best years are behind him, dropped in the middle of a group of over-privileged rich girls ruthlessly competing with each other. For the love of a filthy rich girl (that he knows in his heart won't redeem him), he'll do whatever it takes because he just can't resist the hell of a ride she takes him the fast lane. Without any brakes.

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The overall plot was tedious and predictable. - Goodreads
Well written, with great graphics. - Goodreads
Good gangster/ car dealership yarn. - Goodreads
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Add that to the artwork--which just really wasn't f - Goodreads

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User Review  - James Eckman - Goodreads

A roman noir comic drawn in black and white. Style is appropriate to subject matter, ie not BESM. Read full review

Review: Filthy Rich (Vertigo Crime)

User Review  - Michael Kelley - Goodreads

This book is full of Lies, Lust, and murder. For the uptown reader who enjoys a bit of class this book is quiet devious. Read full review


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About the author (2009)

Brian Azzarello, noted for developing strong stories with a psychological edge, is the Eisner Award-winning writer of 100 Bullets adn Hellblazer. He previously teamed with Richard Corben on BANNER for Marvel.

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