The first four issues of Stray Bullets set the world on fire when they came out. Paper burns, you see, and a comic book as inflammatory as Stray Bullets just had to be burned. The religious right burned them. The Godless left burned them. The people in the middle felt left out and burned them too. Only a few copies survived and are probably worth millions by now. Inaccessible to the common man, the wonders of the digital universe have finally arrived to allow you—the average Joe—to see what the fuss was all about.
This is amazing, amazing stuff. NSFW. Not safe for most people. But just as important a read as The Road or To Kill A Mockingbird. More proof that graphic art is just as powerful a media as any other, be it music, films or books. I only share links on Bageena AND Facebook if I think they're very important and should be checked out by all - this would be a good example of that.