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His series Stray Bullets (to which I desperately hope he will return before I shuffle off this mortal coil) and the stand-alone Murder Me Dead both present such a glorious anarchy of life that I'm pretty sold on anything he does in the genre.

Silverfish (named after the nefarious piscine overlords who reign over the principal villain's every thought) like many such stories develops itself of two premises: 1) that lies an David Lapham is, I believe, the crown prince of graphic novel crime fiction.

And by the end, the villain looks like a crazed fish monster—so it's got that going for it.

I don't remember Chandler doing anything with crazed fish monsters. There's quite a bit of suspense and mystery here and a few "how are they going to survive this" moments.

Advance-solicited; on sale June 27 - 6.875 x 9 - 160 pg, B&W, .99 US - MATURE READERSA self-contained thriller in the same vein as the on-going, sprawling Stray Bullets.

It's not great, but it is a fun story that hits the spot.

Recommended for people like me that get turned off by long series but still want to read some of Lapham's crime stories.

David Lapham is, I believe, the crown prince of graphic novel crime fiction.

And at midnight, on the boardwalk of a sleepy seaside town, Mia's survival will depend not only on whether Suzanne is good or evil, but whether Mia can find out which before Daniel reaches them...Silverfish (named after the nefarious piscine overlords who reign over the principal villain's every thought) like many such stories develops itself of two premises: 1) that lies and half-truths will get you in the end; and 2) pulling shenanigans on someone just because you're pissed off is a good way to get people killed.If one can accept such motivational structures, then Silverfish is a wonderfully diabolical piece of work.Written by David Lapham Art and cover by Lapham Multiple Eisner Award winner David Lapham (Stray Bullets, Murder Me Dead, DETECTIVE COMICS) brings his unique brand of stark crime noir and dark, gritty realism to SILVERFISH, an original hardcover graphic novel replete with betrayal, double lives and family annihilators that will plunge itself into your gut and keep twisting Written by David Lapham Art and cover by Lapham Multiple Eisner Award winner David Lapham (Stray Bullets, Murder Me Dead, DETECTIVE COMICS) brings his unique brand of stark crime noir and dark, gritty realism to SILVERFISH, an original hardcover graphic novel replete with betrayal, double lives and family annihilators that will plunge itself into your gut and keep twisting until its bloody conclusion.

What starts as a childish prank for her father's affection turns into a deadly game of cat and mouse for 16-year-old Mia when she discovers her beautiful new stepmom Suzanne's secret possessions: an address book, a stash of money and a knife caked in blood.

I would have liked a little more explanation behind the antagonist's actions: the secret behind the silverfish was vague (maybe purposefully) but I needed more closure on this.

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