“As intricately woven as the first instalment, this brutal, cool series remains recommended reading for crime thriller enthusiasts”
– Publisher’s Weekly
What seemed like a risk-free gig that should have got him some easy cash turns into a fast-track to Hell for Tyler Cross.
Fabien Nury’s first instalment Tyler Cross: Black Rock came out last year to great acclaim – Publisher’s Weekly described it as “A hard-hitting genre winner” in their starred review, and Nudge Books called it “A top notch pulp thriller”. And now the eponymous antihero is back for a second instalment of cool-as-hell violence, law-breaking and stylish Noir thrills.
Tyler Cross: Angola is available online and from all good bookstores and comic shops.
“The perfect graphic novel for those sick of superheroes. . . . for those willing to eat a little darkness, this graphic novel delivers with the type of intensity not seen in American fiction since the heyday of Jim Thompson, Charles Williams, Charles Willeford, and the rest of the Gold Medal hooligans” – New York Journal of Books
“A graphic novel for grown-ups and an inherently fascinating, compulsive, page-turner of a read from beginning to end” – Midwest Book Review
Tyler Cross: Angola
Writer: Fabien Nury, Artist: Bruno
Hardcover, 104pp, $24.99, £21.99
On Sale Now ISBN: 9781785867316
A hell called “Angola,” the biggest high-security prison in the United States, surrounded by swamps and crushed by the sweltering Louisiana sunshine. And then just to put the cherry on the cake, the Scarfo clan has put a price on his head, and there are a whole load of Sicilians among Tyler’s fellow inmates. If Tyler ever manages to get out of this penitentiary hell, it sure won’t be for good conduct.