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    100 Bullets: Wilt Vol 13 (100 Bullets) (Paperback) By (artist) Eduardo Risso, By (author) Brian Azzarello


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    DescriptionWritten by Brian Azzarello Art by Eduardo Risso Cover by Dave Johnson Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso's award-winning crime saga 100 BULLETS reaches its epic conclusion in this final volume collecting issues #89-100. Learn the last dark secrets of The Trust and The Minutemen's place in the world as secrets are revealed about what really caused Graves' war with The Trust. Advance-solicited; on sale July 8 - 304 pg, FC, $19.99 US - MATURE READERS

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    365 Graphic Novels There will be blood. How else do you think it will end? Sadly not a lot of explanations though.

    This is a mighty twelve issues that rumbles on as one continuous juggernaut. It twists and turns and jumps back and forth. You canâ??t really get a handle on things as so many people are trying to **** each other up. This is the ultimate Mexican standoff as The Trust backstab each other and Minutemen blow each other away. Occasionally these cross over.

    The last page is satisfying. There is no final answer or neat resolution. Art reflects life in that these things always end in a bloody mess. There are some satisfying points along the way and as long as you accept the fact Azzarello is writing the story the way it should be told, and not the way you want it to be, then all will be well.

    It has been a long journey. The finesse and patient character development has passed in favour of tragedy and perhaps kismet. You might have hoped or expected something different but Azzarello stuck to his guns and the irresistible force met the immovable object. A bittersweet finale and most Shakespearian.

    The art is good with some nice standout moments but there is so much conclusion being rammed in that it doesnâ??t get a chance to stand on its own. The last few pages are without dialogue so it does get to shine one last time.

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