In the end The Killer is much as it was before. It's a wonderful character analysis of a wicked man doing deadly deeds. But through the skilled writing of Matz, and the dazzling construction of Luc Jacamon, this never resorts into something you feel like you've read before… outside of the previous Killer series. If you're looking for more of what you experienced a few years back, step on board with no reservations. If you're expecting Modus Vivendi to reinvent the wheel… I'd probably take pause. All in all, despite some of its curious trappings, the Killer is still a thrill to all of us bastards who take sick joy in seeing the bad guys work their way through the innocent and guilty alike. Hey, someone has to root for them. Read Full Review
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