Jim Thompson’s The Killer Inside Me #1-3 (2016)

Written by: Devin Faraci Art by: Vic Malhotra

Lou Ford is the deputy sheriff of a small town in Texas. The worst thing most people can say against him is that he’s a little slow and a little boring. But, then, most people don’t know about the sickness—the sickness that almost got Lou put away when he was younger. The sickness that is about to surface again.

Jim Thompson’s The Killer Inside Me 01 (of 05) (2016) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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Written by: Devin Faraci Art by: Vic Malhotra

Jim Thompson’s sinewy, brutal, and beloved novel brought to life as a five-part graphic noir! Adapted by writer Devin Faraci) and illustrated with gut-punchingly vivid art by Vic Malhotra (Murder Book), The Killer Inside Me gives us a pitch-black glimpse into the mind of the American serial killer years before Charles Manson, John Wayne Gacy, and Brett Easton Ellis’s American Psycho.

Jim Thompson’s The Killer Inside Me 02 (of 05) (2016) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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Written by: Devin Faraci Art by: Vic Malhotra

Jim Thompson’s sinewy, brutal, and beloved novel comes to life in this adaptation by writer Devin Faraci (The Fade-In) and artist Vic Malhotra (Murder Book). Small-town deputy Lou Ford seems a little slow and a little boring on the surface, but underneath hides a sickness that has reared its ugly head once again…

Jim Thompson’s The Killer Inside Me 03 (of 05) (2016) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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