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This is an Elseworlds story set in an alternate 1962. It's dark, it's violent, and it's unexpected. Beautifully drawn by Dan Brereton and well written by Howard Chaykin.

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Symbols and Archetypes, how they never really change 0

What is the nice about the Thrillkiller universe is the look of the book.  Dan Brereton really does a great job on the art of this book to capture Howard Chaykin's street level pulp crime universe set in an alternate 1961-62 time frame. This book explores the "Bat" mythos as Batgirl being the linchpin character instead of Bruce Wayne as Batman.  Many of the embodied characteristics of each familiar character stay true in this universe, such as the heroes stay heroes while the villains are sti...

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