Writer: Richard Stark - Adaptation & Art: Darwyn Cooke
Parker, Richard Stark’s classic anti-hero, returns to New York to settle the score with his wife and partner in crime after they betray him in a heist gone terribly wrong. After evening the field and reclaiming his prize, the Outfit decide to do some score settling of their own…and learn much too late that when you push a man like Parker, it had better be all the way to the grave.
In 1962, Donald E. Westlake, writing under the pseudonym Richard Stark, created what would become one of the most important and enduring crime fiction series' ever produced-PARKER. Westlake wrote more than 20 Parker novels, many are considered classics of the genre, and a number of which have transitioned to the big screen. Most notable of these is Point Blank, directed by John Boorman and starring Lee Marvin, released in 1967. Westlake received many accolades during his distinguished career, including being named a Grand Master by the Mystery Writer's of America, that prestigious organization's highest honor.
Darwyn Cooke adapted four Parker books as graphic novels before he passed away. They are available here, in multiple formats.
Softcover - 6 x 9 - Spot Colour
7.5 x 11.5 - Oversized Hardcover - 264 Pages - Full Colour