As an elite assassin suffers a psychological crisis as he attempts to remove himself from the political ramifications his killings have caused.
A professional. A man of few scruples, nerves of steel, and a steady trigger finger, but also, a man on the verge of cracking.
After misadventures in Central and South America and having earned enough money to retire comfortably, the Killer retires to Mexico, but his colleagues are still in need of his irreplaceable skills . . . and before long he's drawn back into the great geopolitical game between Cuba, Venezuela, and the United States.
Artist Luc Jacamon and writer Matz (The Black Dahlia) deliver the definitive collection of the Eisner Award-nominated crime saga, The Killer, a hardboiled, noir series that New York Times bestselling writer Brian Michael Bendis calls "one of the best graphic novel series of the last ten years.