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In part two of this fast, funny 100% cool new series for readers of all stripes, Hollywood starlet Rachel Maddox plots with her A.A. sponsor “Johnny” to steal a big pile of dirty money from her shady action star husband, Bruce. What she doesn’t know is that “Johnny’s” a hit man, Bruce wants her dead and her brother Billy just made a deadly deal with a psycho mobster called Tony Luciano! Featuring art by VIKTOR KALVACHEV (PHERONE, DMZ, The Incredibles), NATHAN FOX (Invincible Iron Man, Pigeons From Hell), TOBY CYPRESS (Batman/Nightwing), ROBERT VALLEY (Gorillaz, Tron), written by Emmy Award winning screenwriter ANDREW OSBORNE.



An alcoholic banker who scammed the West Coast mob. A coked-up stripper who doesn't know when to shut up. A desperate businessman with a deadly new partner. And a starlet in trouble searching for a way to escape her violent action star husband. Four lost souls struggling for survival in the streets and strip clubs of Los Angeles...and one hot bullet from a Sig Sauer P226. Find out who lives, who dies and who gets the Tiger Blood knocked out of 'em in part two of Image Comics' smash hit new crime series!



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Who let the dogs out? 0

As the story of this ongoing series starts to develop, the thrill and excitment grow, as we see new characters, connected to crime, sex and drugs, and the previous ones of last issue showing new faces, proving that no one can be trusted in this fantastic story about revenge, mob leaders, decaying Hollywood, money laundry and all that fine stuff - my only complain about this series is the fact that there´s more than one artist, though they have similiar styles, I don´t like the transition of the ...

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Moose! 0

Cover:   Once again, pretty true to the interior content and pretty clever.  The Good:     The colors are pretty freaking awesome with the limited art that there is.  What I do like is the continuous grittiness and realism of the tale; it doesn't hold back at all.  If this was a movie, it would definitely be rated R.  At least I would hope so seeing as the content within is very adult oriented.  In this case, however, the bluntness of the material really help what would otherwise be a lacklust...

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