Meskerem - We ate in the dark
On Sunday I went to the Barnes & Noble on 82nd and Broadway, where I used to work, looking for a copy of 'I killed Adolf Hitler,' which I also mentioned in a previous post. Anyway, as luck would have it, they had a copy, and I quickly nabbed it and ran home to read it.
Let me just say, it was absolutely awesome. Seriously one of the best things I have ever read/looked at. I had a couple of misconceptions about it. First, the protagonist is not actually a government agent, but a private assasin-for-hire. Also, the time machine is able to work for more than one round-trip; however, it takes 50 years to re-charge it.
Anyway, you should go to wherever graphic novels are sold or rented, and you should buy it or rent it.
A scene from 'I killed Adolf Hitler' - as you can see, it's shockingly violent
There's Adolf in the middle row, left column, reading the paper