Visual Crime

In both of the stories that comprise Visual Crime, painter Rotart Sulli is given assignments for Visual Crime Magazine, each with a peculiar requirement: to stay in a hotel basement until his assignment is finished, and in the second story, he's told to place the finished work "in your back window- it will be seen." Jerry Moriarty's rough-hewn panels alternate with the Hopperesque paintings by Rotart Sulli, creating a portrait of the artist working alone in an uncertain world, creating stunning images that transcend the melodramatic stories they illustrate.

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