Tumor holds up after all of these years and continues to be a must-read. Whether or not you enjoy noir/crime stories, this tale is fantastic and heartbreaking. Make sure to put it on your summer reading list as it's the sort of mind trip of a graphic novel that's fun to curl up with and devour while laying by a pool or beach. Read Full Review
Tumor has a pervading sense of darkness that's rather unique. We're all used to detectives in these sorts of stories being endangered by the men who are following them. However, rarely has the sense of danger been more intense and palpable than it is here. Frank Armstrong is literally about to die, and the way he spends his last few minutes will help to redeem his whole life. And what's more noir than that? Read Full Review
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