This is a great ongoing series that seems to get better
as it goes along. The first few stories were very enjoyable, but nothing
tied them together; characters didn't reappear in the first few story
arcs. But it seems that the author had a bigger picture in mind, which
is always a pleasant surprise in ongoing comic book series, since they
can run for a long time and are subject to changing creators and risks
I collected the first two graphic novels, both of which
were very nicely done, and I'm now trying to find some issues I'm missing.
The basic plot revolves around a mysterious man who in each storyline
gives a suticase to an individual who has been wronged in some way. The
suitcase contains a gun and 100 completely untraceable bullets. It's
up to each character to decide if they will use them, and how.
The book now is really hitting its stride. In recent
issues, it's starting to look like each person chosen was not at random,
but part of a grand plan involving a worldwide conspiracy. Very interesting
and complex. And Risso's art is perfect for the series - gritty and full