Cowboys

Cowboys From the author of the Ivan Monk detective series comes a riveting original graphic novel about violence and race in modern societyWBOYS revolves around a racially motivated police shooting of Deke Ko

  • Title: Cowboys
  • Author: Gary Phillips Brian Hurtt
  • ISBN: 9781401215347
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the author of the Ivan Monk detective series comes a riveting original graphic novel about violence and race in modern societyWBOYS revolves around a racially motivated police shooting of Deke Kotto, a young African American man, by Tim Brady, a white undercover cop, inside a swanky club frequented by hip hop stars, gangsters, Hollywood celebs and the drug kingpinsFrom the author of the Ivan Monk detective series comes a riveting original graphic novel about violence and race in modern societyWBOYS revolves around a racially motivated police shooting of Deke Kotto, a young African American man, by Tim Brady, a white undercover cop, inside a swanky club frequented by hip hop stars, gangsters, Hollywood celebs and the drug kingpins that finance the whole operation But the victim is actually an undercover officer on the trail of the gangsters, caught in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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    1 thought on “Cowboys”

    1. Holy cow, this comic is worse than 99 Days! I guess Vertigo decided to publish a line of the worst possible crime comics they could find. There is so much to hate about this book, but I guess they should get points for including every trite and offensive cliche in existence.

    2. Gary Phillips writes the most unconvincing crime story I have ever read. The dialogue is stiff and hackneyed and seems like it was pulled straight from MTV circa 1994.

    3. No one writes dialogue like Gary Phillips, and this is one fast-moving cop-killing bullet of a story. The art is fantastic as wellIt lived up to all the expectations raised at that Vertigo Crime panel at Comicon two whole years ago, that opening scene of white FBI agent and black cop with guns pulled on each other. I just don't know why I can't find the real cover on .

    4. Illustrator Brian Hurtt brings is A-game (his only game, right?) on this one, but the writing just isn't up to snuff. Poorly paced and plotted, feels like Phillips' used the GN format to shop the story to TV/Film execs.

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