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Meet John Blacksad, a cat in the shadows. Imagine New York as a city of criminal rats, jazz-playing gorillas, and rhino thugs. Enter a mystery where the suspects have tails. Find out why comics' biggest names are wild about one of the freshest graphic novels in years. Enter the world of Blacksad. Natalia Wilford is a famous actress. To the world, she has everything anybody could want: beauty...fame...glamour...and lovers who would do anything for her. When she is found murdered in her home, it touches the man who had not seen her since their bitter breakup many years ago: private eye John Blacksad. He vows to find Natalia's murderer. When the police are told to call off their investigation of the crime, Blacksad charges forward alone...risking his license, his reputation, and even his life!


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Feels like a Disney film-noir movie for grown ups. 0

I think the title of this review says it all. The book is exactly that, but without Goofy, Mickey, and Donald. It's not everyday that I read less-popular comic books and or graphic novels. After reading the first volume of Blacksad, I was overly-satisfied with it. What makes it stand out is the fact that the characters featured in the story are all anthropomorphic animals with human likenesses. The overall tone of the book is the film-noir aspect, 1950s crime drama that takes place in New York C...

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