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The Crow: Curare - Antoine Dode, James O'Barr
The Crow: Curare
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Retired Detroit police officer Joe Salk was a good cop, but after a little girl's murder, his wife left him because of his obsession to find her killers. Now completely alone, his need for revenge might just be helped by the young victim, returned and empowered by the spirit of vengeance, the... show more
Retired Detroit police officer Joe Salk was a good cop, but after a little girl's murder, his wife left him because of his obsession to find her killers. Now completely alone, his need for revenge might just be helped by the young victim, returned and empowered by the spirit of vengeance, the Crow...
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781613777466 (1613777469)
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Pages no: 88
Edition language: English
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5.0 The Crow: Curare
A very young girl was murdered, not just murdered, but every imaginable crime and a few unimaginable ones were also carried out on her. All of this happens in the first few pages and it is a downward spiral from here. The main character is the police detective given the case to solve and how his sin...
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3.0 Booknote: The Crow: Curare
I have posted my review of this on my personal blog, The Itinerant Librarian. Here is an excerpt: "This is the story of retired Detroit Police detective Joe Salk. He was always a good cop. However, after a young girl's grisly murder, he becomes obsessed with solving the case, a case with few clues...
dearmfield
dearmfield rated it
3.0 The Crow: Curare
The legend lives on. I remember seeing the movie in theaters. Brandon Lee did an extraordinary job at the role. I have never read any of the other "Crow" graphic novels, maybe I will one day.As long as they are not like this one. I would of gave this a 2.5 review but some of the story line touched m...
MizNikki
MizNikki rated it
2.0 The Crow: Curare
Joe Salk is a down and out cop. After failing to find the killer of a little girl, Joe becomes suicidal and his life spirals out of control; losing his family and his badge. Some time later, the little girl returns as a ghost with her friend, The Crow, who can talk. She begs Joe not to forget her a...
adelacacovean
adelacacovean rated it
4.0 The Crow: Curare
I read this book at the beggining of October, completely forgot to review it, and each time I remembered I just didn't have the time to sit down and remember how I felt when I read it.So I will keep this to the point, a much shorter review than I'm used to, but here you go...Joe Salk used to be a ve...
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