Nowheresville by Mark Ricketts

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Dig this, daddy-o! A 1950s Greenwich Village beatnik seeks love and spiritual enlightenment, but instead finds himself embroiled in a mystery involving a murdered exotic dancer, a thrill-killing mobster, a hopped-up bebop jazz drummer, a ruthless Hollywood starlet, and a crooked cop. This cat is on an espresso-fueled, riffs-n-stiffs, one-way trip to nowheresville, baby!

About Mark Ricketts

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Published June 6, 2002 by Image Comics. 192 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A noir crime story and a beatnik/hipster ramble should work together like Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassidy, since they're both native to the 1950s—at least that's what appears to be the idea behind Ricketts's Nowheresville comics series, collected here.

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