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100 Bullets Vol. 13: Wilt by Brian Azzarello
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100 Bullets Vol. 13: Wilt (edition 2009)

by Brian Azzarello (Author), Eduardo Risso (Illustrator)

Series: 100 Bullets (13)

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The final battle between the surviving houses of the Trust and their onetime enforcer Agent Graves has been joined, and casualties on both sides promise to be high. In this war, however, the line between soldier and civilian has all but vanished, and no one is giving much thought to collateral damage. But just as no plan of attack ever survives its first contact with the enemy, history shows that unexpected factors are often the most decisive--and that both sides are equally vulnerable.… (more)
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Title:100 Bullets Vol. 13: Wilt
Authors:Brian Azzarello (Author)
Other authors:Eduardo Risso (Illustrator)
Info:Vertigo (2009), Edition: Revised ed., 304 pages
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100 Bullets, Vol. 13: Wilt by Brian Azzarello

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  JEJanke | Feb 15, 2021 |
Well... at least it explains some stuff. ( )
  ancameme | Feb 9, 2014 |
What an ending.

After keeping you guessing for 100 issues, 100 Bullets ends with an almost mathematical precision, as all the pieces fall into the places spelled out for them practically from the very beginning of the series. And how satisfying it is, that after almost disappearing from the series, the attache cases, filled with with the titular bullets, make such a stunning and crucial comeback.

A staggering achievement, and I want to sit down and read it all over again. ( )
  jawalter | Nov 18, 2012 |
Wilt is a reasonable end to the 100 Bullets chronicle. Eduardo Risso's artwork is as good as ever, and if Brian Azzarello's story has to stretch quite a bit in order to bring the proceedings to an end, the extremes he goes to are certainly entertaining (if not a bit silly at the same time). None of the plot developments are much of a surprise, and in the end, Azzarello manages to rob The Trust (the organization at the heart of this narrative) of any notions of mystery and intrigue that made it interesting in earlier installments. It's all a lot of goofy, violent fun, and Risso's art saves 100 Bullets from drowning in the lake of mediocrity - the pages are worth turning for the eye candy alone. ( )
  dr_zirk | Dec 28, 2009 |
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The final battle between the surviving houses of the Trust and their onetime enforcer Agent Graves has been joined, and casualties on both sides promise to be high. In this war, however, the line between soldier and civilian has all but vanished, and no one is giving much thought to collateral damage. But just as no plan of attack ever survives its first contact with the enemy, history shows that unexpected factors are often the most decisive--and that both sides are equally vulnerable.

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Chegou a hora. Todas as peças estão no lugar para o agente Graves dar o seu grande lance – ou será que ainda é cedo demais para celebrar? Os últimos segredos da história do Cartel e dos minutemen começam a ser revelados, enquanto novos e antigos personagens se cruzam pelas páginas, preparando o terreno para o último e mais importante ato de todos. E ainda: um capítulo perdido da história de 100 Balas é resgatado.
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