It's really a shame that the ending of 99 Days drops the ball. Outside the boring radio broadcasts, 99 Days flies by due to great character work and a gripping narrative that smartly ties together the real world horrors of 1994 Rwanda and present day gang violence in America. Not to mention the art by Kristian Donaldson is a really great showcase of what's possible with the gray tone scale of the Vertigo Crime imprint. If you brace yourself for a divisive ending, there's a lot to like about 99 Days. And when all is said and done, we've seen a lot worse. Read Full Review
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