Loose Ends #1-2 (of 4) (2011)
2 CBR's in RAR | 12-Gauge Comics | Released Jul 13 - Aug 17 2011 | 66.36 MB Total
" is a gritty, slow cooked, "southern crime romance", that follows a winding trail down Tobacco Road, through the war torn streets of Baghdad, and into the bright lights and bloody gutters of South Florida...12-Gauge style." -- "Smart as a weasel. Pretty as a southern sunrise. Raw as a freshly stabbed knife wound. LOOSE ENDS is all that. As well as just flat-out good. Damn good." -- If all these adjectives do not convince you how good this comic is, I don't know what will. Writer Jason Latour, only after the second issue has successfully created a noir crime-romance, a most difficult genre to pull off. His artistic team of Chris Brunner and Rico Renzi not only props him up but boosts the over-all look and feel and taste and digestion of Loose Ends and its over-all superlative production values way up there. One gorgeous comic book. And a very, very good read. One other thing: 12-Gauge is an independent publisher, so each and every sale of each and every issue helps--if you can afford to, please buy their comics.