Thursday, December 13, 2012

The Best Graphic Novels Ever #29 -- Harpe

29. Harpe
by Chad Crawford Kinkle and Adam Shaw
Published by Cave in Rock

Based on the story of the USA's first serial killers, this historical graphic novel is as long on the story as it is on action and violence.

Yes, this one's another indie "deep cut," but not all the best stuff is going to be from the big-shot publishers, is it? Nope.

Fans of the Punisher, Wolverine, and Brubaker's crime stories should find Harpe a very cool addition to their graphic novel library.

For the "rules" I'm using for graphic novel, check the original post.