HIT AZZARELLO AND RISSO SERIES—MOONSHINE—COLLECTED INTO TRADE PAPERBACK THIS MAY

Here is a series I have been really enjoying. Moonshine, mixes werewolves and gangsters. Awesome read. Amazon has the pre-order for $6.01 and free shipping with Prime membership.

From writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso—the Eisner Award-winning creative team behind the crime classic, 100 Bullets—comes volumer one of a brutal new series that puts a horror twist on a classic gangster tale, MOONSHINE. The trade paperback of MOONSHINE, VOL. 1 will collect issues 1-6 of the series and is set to hit stores this May.

Set deep in Appalachia during Prohibition, MOONSHINE tells the story of Lou Pirlo, a city-slick “torpedo” sent from New York City to negotiate a deal with the best moonshiner in West Virginia, Hiram Holt. Lou figures it a milk run, but what he doesn’t figure is that Holt’s just as cunning and ruthless as any NYC crime boss. Not only will Holt do anything for his illicit booze operation, he’ll stop at nothing to protect a much darker, bloodier family secret.

MOONSHINE, VOL. 1 (ISBN: 978-1-5343-0064-4, Diamond Code FEB170696) will hit comic book stores on Wednesday, May 10th and in bookstores on Tuesday, May 16th.

The final order cutoff deadline for comic book retailers is Monday, March 27th. It is available for pre-order now on Amazon for $6.01 with free shipping to Prime members.

And speaking of Awesome Image stories that are worth the read in trade, Newbury comics has exclusive variants on two trades from stories I also really dug, Goddamned Vol.1 and Kill or Be Killed
eat of these $9.99 trades feature an exclusive cover just for Newbury.

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One Response to HIT AZZARELLO AND RISSO SERIES—MOONSHINE—COLLECTED INTO TRADE PAPERBACK THIS MAY

  1. Andrew Cantrell says:

    You guys turned me on to this comic. I read the latest and was about to go buy the older ones to get all caught up. Now the dilemma, do I preorder and save money or buy the individual books. Aarrghh!

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