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    From critically-acclaimed writer, Rick Remender, comes a fast-paced, futuristic crime story.

    In the not-too-distant future as a final response to terrorism and crime, the U.S. government plans in secret to broadcast a signal making it impossible for anyone to knowingly commit unlawful acts. To keep this from the public, the government creates a distraction, installing a new currency system using digital charge cards.

    Enter: Graham Brick. A career criminal never quite able to hit the big score, Graham intends to steal one of the charging stations, skip the country and live off unlimited funds for the rest of his life. But the media has leaked news of the anti-crime signal one week before it was to go live...and now Graham and his team have just a few days to turn the crime of the century into the last crime in American history.



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    Sold Out? Really? Why? 0

    When Last Days of American Crime was first announced I saw the cover and read up on the plot and thought: wow. I expected George Orwell meets Pulp Fiction. It sold out pretty quickly and I procrastinated, so I was very pleased to get my hands on the issue and its variant.  Long story short, nothing overly special here. The art isn't bad, but doesn't live up to the cover's hype in my opinion because I expected a little more of a Sin City-esque feel. A couple of semi-interesting characters are thr...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Beautiful Characters, Beautiful Art 0

    The art in this book is some of the best in comics today. Gerg Tocchini brings to life a very lived in world. All the backgrounds are detailed. The characters have unique and interesting appearances. There are lots of close ups shots, with great expressive detail. No one in this book is just standing in frame; even the background characters are expertly done.  The story favors character interaction and goes very light on the plot. After finishing the 3-part series, the plot points that are in th...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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