"Grim Death and Bill the Electrocuted Criminal", by Thomas E. Sniegoski, Mike Mignola , is so neat. Pulp fiction at its best. I love the illustrations. The cover will pull readers in from the get go. Bentley Hawthorne is indeed an interesting character. Pym is definitely a great sidekick. I'm so glad an author/illustrator and comic book writer came together to create this book. I love the good/evil dilemmas. Sci-fi readers will enjoy this story, but anyone who likes a fun journey will want to read this one.
An uneasiness festers upon the city streets, threatening the peace and safety of law-abiding citizens. A war is escalating, and it seems as though the good and righteous are being crushed beneath the unholy weight of evil’s onslaught. Organized crime is spreading in an unchecked reign of terror.
Until a mysterious agent of retribution rises up from the shadows to challenge the villains. A lone figure, clad in a slouch hat and clothes seemingly stitched from the blackest shadows, masked in the guise of a skull-faced death—a Grim Death—emerges with guns blazing. With him, a wronged ex-con clad in the striped costume of his misfortune—Bill the Electrocuted Criminal.
In this beautifully illustrated 1930s-pulp-style novel, two dark new characters by Thomas E. Sniegoski and Mike Mignola take to the street to fight the growing infection of organized crime. Grim Death and Bill the Electrocuted Criminal are not your average heroes, but they want justice.