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Spoon & White, Tome 7 : Manhattan Kaputt (edition 2007)

by Jean Léturgie (Author)

Series: Spoon et White (07)

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Title:Spoon & White, Tome 7 : Manhattan Kaputt
Authors:Jean Léturgie (Author)
Info:Vents d'Ouest (2007), 94 pages
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Spoon & White, Tome 7 : Manhattan Kaputt by Jean Léturgie

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Spoon & White is a comic book series about two policemen, Mickey Spoon and Donald White, in New York. Spoon is a trigger-happy Clint Eastwood fan and White is a gawky descendant of the passengers of Mayflower. Together they are a disaster. Manhattan Kaputt starts with the duo killing their lead witness. Then, they are forced to co-operate with CIA to apprehend a terrorist threatening to blow up Manhattan. The terrorist is holding TV announcer Courtney Balconi, the shared object of desire of the two policemen, as a hostage.

The story consists of lightly veiled parody of American way of life, television shows, and Jack Bauer, and is quite funny as such. The art is a delicious combination of cartoony style and gruesome violence. ( )
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