Dry County – by Rich Tommaso

Lou Rossi’s rather uneventful life is about to get complicated. The quotidian details of life clash with a bona-fide crime story.
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10 Comments

  1. ant wrote:

    Great stuff, can’t wait to see where this goes. Mr. Tommaso makes great comics.

  2. AdamtoHell wrote:

    Great read!

  3. David Bernal wrote:

    Awesome! Love it!

  4. farel wrote:

    yeah, this is excellent.

  5. Myhre wrote:

    I love Rich Tommaso’s comics. And he’s so prolific! This, plus serializing 2 others on his own site! The guy’s a machine!

  6. Malachi wrote:

    Really fantastic comic. Tommaso is a master.

  7. Mark wrote:

    Really nice work. Tommaso is a great draftsman.

  8. [...] Rich Tommaso went self-imprinted with Recoil Comics when he launched his graphic novel The Cavalier Mr. Thompson at Small Press Expo in 2012. He had worked previously and for some years with Dark Horse Maverick and Fantagraphics producing a range of comics leaning toward crime, suspense, the gothic, and generally offbeat. Striking out on his own with the Recoil imprint was a particularly bold move, but it paid off creatively when his 1920’s set “Sam Hill novel”, Cavalier, was received with critical attention. Responses praised his excellent design sense, from logos to layout and minimalist coloring, as well as his handling of historical elements that tapped into genre enthusiasm for gumshoe stories. He’s been remarkably busy in the time since Cavalier was released planning a slate of comics for the autumn, heralded by his first new release, a one-shot horror comic, Don’t Look Back! Forthcoming are his Dry County crime comics, already available for preview digital viewing on StudyGroup Comics. [...]

  9. […] of all, it updated today! Start reading today, right HERE at Study Group […]

  10. lucas wrote:

    no more updates?