New Preview and Reviews for Silence & Co.

With Silence & Co., the new, 176-page, black and white original graphic novel, on shelves this May, reviews have been pouring in.

Dustin Cabeal over at gave the book5/5, calling it “ a hitman concept that has one of the coolest elements you’ll ever read”, and adding “I enjoyed this book so much that I will likely read it again after marathoning through several films”.

Gregg Hatcher over at CBR’s Good Comics blog gave the book a “Buy” recommendation, raving “enormously compelling – it was almost impossible to put down once I’d started. It’s very tough and cool, in much the same action-movie, hard-R tradition as other crime comics like 2Guns or The Losers”.

Minhqua Nguyen over at Weekly Comic Book Reviews awarded the book an excellent “A-”, writing “Pulp at its finest.  A terrific sample of the genre, proving that you can have sex, drugs, and violence in a story and still keep it classy.

Carl Doherty at writes “[Gur] Benshemesh clearly appreciates and understands the crime comics of decades past, and this exhilarating modern-day take on those comics knows exactly when to dial up the violence, exploitation and machismo without ever asking readers to jettison their brain”.

The book is currently sitting at an outstanding 9.5 on comic review aggregator site, and you can check out all reviews, including links over at

In anticipation on the book arriving in stores next month, we’ve released a second set 30 free pages from the book, available to view now at (no downloads or special programs required). Together with our first preview, that’s over 60 pages of free art released so far.

Next month we’ll be releasing our full, 3 minute trailer, as well as the final 30 pages of free art.

Art is by Ron Randall (Alien, Star Wars), letters by Eisner winner John Workman (Thor, Marvel 1985), cover by Eisner winner Steve Lieber (Whiteout, Shooters), and written by Gur Benshemesh (Morgan St. Watch Co.). And all for just $9.99 RRP.