Since things have calmed down, I hope it's alright to post this. Be sure to read the post above mine, everyone. I've heard good things about a comic book called 100 Bullets, so I decided to try a couple of back issues. I picked them solely based on liking the cover art, with one showing a baseball player holding a rifle. Turns out the writing was top notch and the two issues were excellent, but the baseball story was extremely preposterous. Let me give a little background first. The basic premise of the book is that someone was wronged in some way, and a mysterious man shows up with a briefcase containing incontrovertible proof of who wronged them and an unregistered handgun with untraceable bullets. The chance for perfect revenge, in other words. No names are given in the baseball story, but an elderly baseball player reflects on the deal he was offered. He had been a star player, married to the most glamorous woman in the world. She apparently died of a drug overdose, but the evidence in the briefcase offered ironclad proof that she had been murdered by a very powerful man. The star player decided to take the deal, and he carried out the hit in . . . can you guess? . . . Dallas. By sheer coincidence, there were two other shooters present, but the baseball player was the one who made the kill. So, Joe DiMaggio was the man on the grassy knoll. Craziness. But, it was written with style. I'll give it that.