100 Bullets, Vol. 2: Split Second Chance

100 Bullets, Vol. 2: Split Second Chance

Written by Brian Azzarello; Art by Eduardo Risso, and Dave Johnson The second trade paperback in the 100 BULLETS line, this book resumes the tale of the mysterious Agent Graves who offers ordinary wronged people the opportunity to kill with impunity using 100 bullets that he supplies them with. But even as Agent Graves continues to approach and manipulate his "clients," questions about the ghoulish agent start to arise as people from his past begin to appear, revealing interesting information about their former acquaintance. In the end though, these facts only lead to different questions as the mystery behind Agent Graves' motives deepens.

Collecting 100 BULLETS #6-14

Title:100 Bullets, Vol. 2: Split Second Chance
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781563897115
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    100 Bullets, Vol. 2: Split Second Chance Reviews

  • Jeff

    Croatoan!Nothing? Just checking.The senseless violence (or is it?) and bloodletting continues.In this volume, a little light is shed on the gathering forces behind the whole 100 bullets and a free get...

  • Sesana

    Volume two spends a bit more time delving into Agent Graves's identity and backstory, but only enough to add even more questions. I think I'm hooked to that mystery. But the writing is a little lackin...

  • David Schaafsma

    It's a kind of ridiculous premise, that a variety of people are given 100 untraceable bullets to revenge terrible things that happened to them, with some vague connection to various mobs, and I am not...

  • Logan

    Ya not really doing it for me! So I gave 3 stars for vol 1, it wasn't anything great, but I thought I would give volume 2 a chance, anddddddddddddddd they lost me! The problem is a lot of my gripes fr...

  • BellaGBear

    In this book it becomes a bit more clear what the overall story arc is going to be, but somehow it still reads as an experiment into improvisation from the writer. The story, for now, lacks direction,...

  • James

    Justice at the point of an untraceable gun. Some very interesting characters with dark pasts and hidden pain....

  • Jay

    Another blood-soaked bit of nastiness with a side of irony. This time, there's a hint of the bigger picture behind the briefcases full of bullets, but it's still mostly revenge noir. The scripts are t...

  • Alwyn

    Loved it.Very cool, I really enjoyed it, it elaborated and gives some context to the ground work set in volume one....

  • M. Ashraf

    This is much more interesting than the first volume.The cases are more fun. One of them opened a path to the organization we get to know a little about Agent Graves, the Minutemen and The Trust.The ic...

  • Josh

    The second volume of 100 Bullets, 'Split Second Chance', looses some of it's originality with the presiding theme continuing albeit heightened with an elaborate government secret agency mystery aura s...