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The Coldest CityThe Coldest City by Antony Johnston

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


As the Berlin Wall collapses, cold war espionage brews. A British agent is murdered for a list containing the names of all the spies in Berlin. This graphic novel served as the basis of the recent film "Atomic Blond." The storyline is a bit convoluted and hard to follow at times and I figured out what was going well before the end, but the stark black-and-white art serves the story well and it definitely captures the feel of the spy genre.



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