Ultimately, what may be the most interesting aspect of the story is how it spotlights that despite people's proclivity to wax nostalgic about the Good Ol' Days and how Things Were Better, they really haven't changed all that much. Rich's story, set on the cusp of the Second World War, is about how people who have everything allow their baser, flawed appetites to threaten the comfort and security others would give anything to achieve. Just watch the news some night and check out a tabloid, and I think you'll find some stories today that sound pretty familiar. Read Full Review
Those who are expecting something completely new and different than what has come before are going to be disappointed, but those who want to read an engaging noir story that has believable characters wrapped up in a mystery with a realistic ending will enjoy this graphic novel. It's not without its problems, but "You Have Killed Me" is definitely worth 4 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review
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