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Hostage: Dial V for Vincent

The other side of the criminal gang is a half-Japanese, half- Vietnamese serial killer called Vincent Guliotte (I know, his last name sounds a bit French). 67 more words


Hostage: Dial U for Unhappiness

When you do stupid things with accomplices, this is what happens to you. What Jacques, Vincent and Olav never dreamed of getting into. When you succeed too many times at getting away as a criminal, the thought of getting jailed leaves you. 22 more words


Hostage: Cover Anatomy

Originally, I had the idea in my head about a layout from this graphic novel by Palle Schmidt, Stiletto:

And that cover shot went this way: 35 more words


Hostage: Dial S for Smith

The German millionaire revealed: Pablo Smith!

Pablo Smith is a millionaire living in Munich, Germany. He is a regular at Pusser’s Bar every night, swigging his favorite drink, Sauvignon Blanc. 62 more words


Hostage: Dial P for President

The president?! What in the world of comics is the President of the U.S. doing in a crime/thriller novel? It doesn’t make sense. But when the President is in Newark on business, and there happens to be hitmen in that area, it’s kinda hard not to get him involved.


Hostage: Dial O for Olav

Olav Kortaz is a Korean Warrior and Vincent’s accomplice-in-crime. He has a bag full of dirty weapons and tricks, mainly the laser shurikens, ninja firearms that target people or objects with a computer and lock on them. 16 more words


Hostage: Dial M for Munich

The precise German setting revealed: the city of Munich! The third largest city in Germany, Munich gets into chaos when Vincent and Olav attempt to kidnap the millionaire they’re after. 45 more words