Mr. Murder is Dead

Being named Mr. Murder is somewhat macabre. It's only fitting that the name would be naturally inclined toward death. If only there were a retelling of said death, as in the appropriately named Mr. Murder is Dead.

Written by Victor Quinaz and illustrated by Brent Schoonover, Mr. Murder is Dead features Old Gould Kane, long into his retirement as a top cop. He also happens to be the number one suspect with a deep motive and the suspicion of even his partner. THe clues that could lead Gould to a new and maybe greater profession as a very bad man.

The title is set against the backdrop of Golden Age comic strips and is published in a partnership with Zachary Quinto.