Humanoids Gets Picked

Friday, December 6, 2002

Humanoids Publishing has announced that Publisher’s Weekly has picked their graphic novel MISS: Better Living Through Crime, by Phillipe Thirault, Marc Riou, and Mark Vigouroux, as one of the Best Graphic Novels of 2002.

Miss continues to impress,” proclaims U.S. Director of Operations, Justin Connolly. “It’s great to see that along with being one of our most consistent sellers, Miss is getting such great critical press.”

Miss: Better Living Through Crime is a stand-alone graphic novel dealing with the adventures of Enola, a tough street savvy White woman, and, Slim, a charming African-American pimp, as hired killers in 1920’s New York City.

Miss: Better Living Through Crime
Trade Paperback | $24.95 | ISBN : # 1-930652-81-X

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