Richard Stark's Parker Vol. 2

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September 2010

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“Fast, smart and amoral: a gleefully guilty pleasure.” – The Guardian

Darwyn Cooke is the Eisner Award-winning writer/artist of such classics as
DC: The New Frontier, Selina’s Big Score, and the smash hit, The Hunter. Now, Cooke is back and following up the New York Times best-selling Hunter with a heart-pounding sequel: The Outfit.

After evening the score with those who betrayed him, and recovering the money he was cheated out of from the syndicate, Parker is riding high, living in swank hotels and enjoying the finer things in life again. Until, that is, he's fingered by a squealer who rats him out to the Outfit for the price they put on his head... and they find out too late that if you push Parker, it better be all the way into the grave!

Darwyn Cooke is an Eisner- and Emmy-winning creator whose adaptation of Richard Stark's first groundbreaking Parker novel has earned him multiple 2010 Eisner Award nominations!

“Parker is the most iconic criminal ever created, and my favorite.” – Ed Brubaker, Eisner- and Harvey Award-winning writer of
Criminal and Incognito

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“Masterful.”

The Comics Journal

•American comics magazine

“The Outfit is an example of graphic and sequential storytelling at its very best and Cooke repeatedly displays his mastery of story development through his layouts and visuals.”

The Guardian

•UK national newspaper

“[Parker] loses none of his lustre in this graphic novel. Cooke's second foray into Parker's world picks up where The Hunter left off … Cooke renders it all in fine style, his minimal blue and black palette shifting from classic, pop-arty pulp through squat, cartoony figures to faux-reportage, the bam and crack of violence sitting alongside intricate plans that show how Parker's scams are enacted.”