A salesman's self-styled mission to save a puppy from its neglectful owners escalates into a righteous crusade in this quirky crime thriller written and drawn by Gabriel Hardman.
Kinski should be my first graphic novel apart from Asterix and Calvin and Hobbes. But then I consider both of them in another league of their own.
This book is a combined version of Kinski#1 to Kinski #6 and contains all the six parts of the story.
I was never a fan of graphic novels, but I read so many book readers recommending a lot of them and then I realized that I should try a few. That is how I came across Kinski and decided to read it.
I had no idea who Gabriel Hardman is, still do not have much clue; but who can say no to such a cute puppy?
I liked Kinski very much and it was a fast read. At this point, I cannot say much more about the graphic-novel part of it because I am very new to this genre. I liked the simple black and white drawings in this one. They are very beautiful unlike so many graphic novels I have seen with a riot of dark colors.
I liked it...Why don't you all give it a try?
Source: eARC through Netgalley
Publisher: Image Comics
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