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99 Days HC

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By:   Matteo Casali, Kristian Donaldson, lee bermejo
Type:   Graphic Novels
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Publisher:   DC ComicsVertigo
Pub. Date:   August 17, 2011
Availability:   Can be backordered today for arrival at our warehouse in 15 - 30 days
UPC:   978140123089051999
For ages:   16+

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Written by MATTEO CASALI Art by KRISTIAN DONALDSON Cover by LEE BERMEJO 99 DAYS is the story of Antoine Boshoso Davis, who is living the dream as a rookie homicide detective for the LAPD. But 12 years ago he was living a nightmare. As a young Hutu in Rwanda, Antoine was forced to become a child soldier with the rebel Hutu militia. Like so many others he was caught up in the slaughter of a country gone insane - murdering scores of men, women and children with a machete. Antoine fled Rwanda for LA, where he grew into a quiet, sensitive man with a deep need for justice - so he joined the LAPD. But when a serial killer starts stalking the African-American residents of LA - murdering them with a machete - Antoine discovers that his past has come back to haunt him.


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  • Nov 30, 2015 David Chisner from Georgia

    A very good story. Liked it a lot, made me go back and watch Hotel Rwanda. Sad but almost seemed very real.


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