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read Richard Stark's Parker Slayground mobi Ú Hardcover ☆ randarenewables ↠ Darwyn Cooke's masterful and multi award winning series of Parker graphic novels continues with Slayground Parker whose getaway car crashes after a heist manages to elude capture with his loot by breaking into an amuseDarwyn Cooke's masterful and multi award winning series of Parker graphic novels continues with Slayground Parker whose getaway car crashes after a heist manages to elude capture with his loot by breaking into an amusement park that is close Darwyn Cooke's adaptations of the Parker novels are must reads for fans of comic book crime noir His art has a 60's swagger to it that fits perfectly with the tone of the Parker novels Parker is a cold tough hard as nails bastard Here his car has overturned as they were escaping a robbery and Parker holes up in an amusement park in the dead of winter He's seen by some local hoods who figure they can make a uick buck by killing him and taking his score This boils down to a battle throughout the park as Parker has to off them one by one in order to get away Also included is a short adaptation of The Seventh about a robbery gone wrong

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D for the winter But his presence does not go unnoticed a pair of cops observed the job and its aftermath But rather than pursue their suspect they decide to go into business for themselves with the help of some business associates From then Darwyn Cooke’s Eisner Award winning series continues with the fourth installment Slayground Following a botched robbery Parker escapes to an amusement park closed for the winter Boxed in by gangsters and crooked cops will Parker be able to devise a successful escape route or has his number finally come up?I received an advanced copy from IDW Publishing and Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewCooke’s adaptation of Richard Stark’s iconic character Parker has been nothing short of tremendous I was actually a little shocked to see it completed so soon considering that back in August when I had the good fortune of meeting Mr Cooke he had indicated he was still working on it and he had in fact left it at home on his kitchen table to attend the Dartmouth Comic Arts FestivalIt goes without saying that the artwork continues to impress In keeping with the atmosphere of a cold winter’s night Cooke selected various shades of blue and black as the predominant colors giving us a perfect backdrop to the conditions endured by Parker as he plans his escape Cooke’s signature style is tailor made for a period such as the 1960s so there’s no doubt that given this is his fourth installment he’s here for the long runThere’s not much else to say about this other than if you’re not already reading the series you’re missing out Slayground may be his strongest effort yet so get caught up before Christmas Eve and grab this when it hits store shelves

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Richard Stark's Parker SlaygroundOn it's a game of cat and mouse one played out through closed rides of the abandoned carnival a game that slowly starts to favor the mouse Includes the Eisner award winning short story The 7th previously only available in the Martini editio Good but not really up to the same standard as Cooke's previous Stark adaptations Maybe it's a function of the story he's working with this time though I thought the original book had meat to it than this But I could be wrong about that; it's been awhile since I read it Basically Parker has to hide out in an amusement park that's been closed up for the winter after his involvement in an ard car robbery goes sour The only problem is that some crooked cops and local mafia types have witnessed him breaking into the park and they know he's got the loot from the robbery on him The art is the usual spare streamlined 60s influenced style Cooke has brought to his other adaptations But this one just doesn't have uite the same punch Still recommended but not as strongly