100 Bullets Vol. 5: The Counterfifth Detective

100 Bullets, Vol. 5: The Counterfifth Detective - Brian Azzarello, Eduardo Risso Wow. This was excellent. Azzarello did a great homage to the noir private detective, including the femme fatales. P.I. Milo Garrett gets the attache case from Agent Graves after the P.I. suffers a car accident that leave his face in bandages. It turns out the accident was not so accidental after all. Milo has all the proof he needs to get his revenge, but like any other private dick, he just has to go digging around to ask why. And he gets in deep into a world of rich people and art dealers, and a bit more. Overall, an excellent story in the series. I think that even readers who have not picked up previous volumes in the series could find this volume a good entry point. And readers who enjoy crime fiction and noir will probably enjoy this volume as well.