2 edition of Noche Roja found in the catalog.
|Statement||Titan Publishing Company|
|Publishers||Titan Publishing Company|
|LC Classifications||Apr 01, 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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When ex-private eye Jack Cohen is hired to find one missing girl, he is drawn back into the shadow world between North and South. Confidential, writer Simon Oliver explores a hidden world of corruption where money, sex, politics and crime all add up to the same thing. An interesting take, where an American detective is hired to figure out "whodunnit?
Of course, there are various layers of intrigue and deception that occur throughout Noche Roja's 200 pages or so that add to Noche Roja dense narrative. El momento en que se conocen Allie y Noah. When ex-private eye Jack Cohen is hired to find one missing girl, he is drawn back into the shadow world between North and South.
Either way, it's well worth the read. Tan descarado, tan impulsivo, tan. Simon Oliver and Jason Latour deliver a down and dirty noir mystery with morally ambiguous characters, dank settings, and solid Noche Roja. Just like Hip-Hop itself, the gleaned ripped off of content is well on explicit display herein. A minor entry into the Vertigo Crime series, which provided very distinctive little reads, but here didn't quite have the artwork to match.
Thus there are moments when it is a bit difficult to make out certain characters. I feel like white American men have to be more interesting or eccentrically flawed character-wise in that setting as they can never and will never be a true underdog anywhere south of the border. ","short":"In the tradition of Chinatown and L. Even with such horrifying and again semi-salient issues at hand very few things make sense in the gear-grinding that is Noche Roja. This is a straight up hard-boiled detective story, and one that any fan of the crime genre should enjoy.
Without a substantial grounding, oxygen might be sucked in but no meaning is made. Art's very dark, hard to read at times. Overall the story line itself was almost enough to launch one more s This one has a lot going for it. So you know I liked it. Oliver is also able to straddle that thin line of making Jack a complete jerk while still being likable, Noche Roja balance that is harder to master than Oliver would have you think.
The damsel to be rescued.
Any scene with action was particularly confusing visually.