One of things we strive to do here at Graphic Content, is to educate people on the history of comics and suggest possible classics that you might not have the pleasure of reading. Four Frightened Women is one of those forgotten classics, which is arguably one of the first ever graphic novels. It is a classic crime story with a hard-boiled photographer dealing with murder and babes. I ending reading some of this years ago at a comic convention and it was sold for a couple hundred dollars, now with the reprint it is a lot more affordable. Don’t miss it this April, more info after the break…
Written By: George Art by: Harmon Cox
Earl Whoton One of comics’ first graphic novels is reprinted for the first time since its original publication in 1950! Issued as a paperback, few collectors are even aware of its existence. Follow Kent Murdock, news photographer, as he comes head-to-head with dames and death!
Available April 29, $25
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