Not too sure if any of you have read this short story, but this is one of those classics that you can actually see the comic-book pages turning in your head while you read it.
There's an old film noir version of this story available in the Criterion collection, but I guess that's something for the Cinema forum.
Anyhoo, just read it again for school for about the sixth time, and I thought some of you other comic kids/adults might enjoy looking at one of the best.
You can even check it out online if your bookcase is too full..
Recommend books, comics, graphic novels, etc.
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