Tales of dystopian societies and their corrupted and controlled cityscapes have a long and rich history across multiple areas of media, tracing back at least to the time of H.G. Wells. Still, it is within the last few decades that the frequency of these stories, in print and film, have increased exponentially.
There are many books and comics that tempt the reader with the promise to go inside the mind of a murderer, but none in recent memory do so in such an alarming and realistic way as The Killer, a superb French comic series by Matz and Luc Jacamon. This multiple Eisner Award nominated title, translated in three hardcover volumes to date from