With 100 Bullets, Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Rizzo (with beautiful covers by Dave Johnson) crafted a crime fiction masterpiece. Over 100 issues we saw lives dismantled, rebuilt and blown away all over again. We were shown stories of redemption and damnation, geed and love, hope and desperation. Azzarello has been praised for the realistic use of regional accents and slang in his pulp noir opus and Rizzo's dynamic art confidently rotates around complex scenes, building a believable landscape for their violence to unfold.
Graves is an agent of The Trust, a clandestine organisation with power greater than that of any government or head of state. There are larger motives at play as the Attaché moves from chess piece to chess piece - no one sure if they are a knight or a pawn.
You don't know any of this.
All you know is that you have been given an attaché case, and inside you have found a gun, 100 rounds of untraceable ammunition and a photo of the person who ruined your life. It doesn't seem real. You don't want to believe it... but all the evidence has been provided for you. It's true... They ruined your life.