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Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso Re-team for Spaceman
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Fans of the Vertigo series 100 Bullets will be pleased to learn that the creative team behind that book, Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso are teaming up again for a new series coming from Vertigo comics this year. The series will be titled Spaceman, and that’s about all we know at this point.

If you go to DC’s blog The Source, you can see a conversation between Azzarello and Editor Will Dennis about the series, as well as some preview art.

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Comic Review: 100 Bullets Vol. 11 TPB
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100 Bullets Vol. 11100 Bullets Vol. 11: Once Upon a Crime TPB
Written by Brian Azzarello
Art by Eduardo Risso
Cover by Dave Johnson
DC Comics/Vertigo
Cover Price $12.99; On sale: Aug 2007

100 Bullets remains one of the most intriguing and thought provoking series being published today. The series started as a simple morality play, but has transformed itself into a deep mystery series, with a heavy film noir feel. As new characters have been introduced the mystery of the series has gotten deeper and more intricate. The only problem is that the mystery has gone on for maybe too long, and the series may have gotten too far away from its initial premise. The newest trade doesn’t help much, as one of the big plot points of the whole series is examined and explained, but the plot mostly just turns its wheels, and a big character death is made less important by the surrounding events.

You’ve probably heard of the high concept of the series before: a mysterious stranger finds people and offers them the chance for revenge by presenting them with a briefcase holding evidence against the object of their revenge, and a gun with 100 untraceable bullets. The series has grown so far beyond that however, that the briefcase is only given very short mentions in this volume. As the series has gone one, it’s become more involved with a dangerous group known as the Minutemen, and their masters the Trust. This volume finally explains the big secret of why the Trust tried to get rid of the Minutemen, and what they did in retaliation. It brings to light some of the biggest mysteries from the beginning of the series.

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