Red Handed: The Fine Art of Strange Crimes by Matt Kindt
Review: The story unfolded in a seemingly disparate and yet interconnected way. It was sometimes confusing in a stream of consciousness type of way but I think that it was meant to add to the mystery. I really liked the art style. It was rough with messy watercolor and it really added to the messy noir feel of the novel. The ending was, to me, a little ambiguous but that might be because I didn’t quite understand it or because it was meant to be; I’m not sure. Overall, I liked this graphic novel. It was very well thought out.