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    This issue really did a good job of getting inside young Ricky's head, which is not a nice place to be.

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    Looks like TPB Vol 8 is announced. Not sure but was wondering is it another dip collecting bad weekend as it collects issues 1-4


    Criminal Volume 8: Three Sharp Knocks

    The debut appearance of one of the most important characters in CRIMINAL history, RICKY LAWLESS, in three heartbreaking tales of crime and family.

    Collects CRIMINAL (Image Comics) #1-4.
    https://www.amazon.ca/Criminal-8-Thr...=books&sr=1-49
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    Issue 10 was great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the illustrious mr. kenway View Post
    Issue 10 was great.
    Indeed.

    With two issues left in the arc, I'm pretty happy about that I have no clue where they are headed.

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    my headcanon for the series is Charlie from the Fade-out is Jacob's grandfather/great-grandfather.

    It's stupid and a reach but I stand by it.

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    One really small detail from the latest issue...

    If Ricky's future living situation was actually as worked out as they told him or if it was something they just intended on springing on the family that would be taking Ricky in.

    Seems like it would raise some obvious question marks if he has anything to do with what is coming up and was about to get dumped off right before it all went down.

    Also, Ricky getting told that he "Wasn't Party Of The Plan..." and the ending of the issue.

    You just said a mouthful, lady.

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    I feel like I know how Teeg dies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    One really small detail from the latest issue...

    If Ricky's future living situation was actually as worked out as they told him or if it was something they just intended on springing on the family that would be taking Ricky in.

    Seems like it would raise some obvious question marks if he has anything to do with what is coming up and was about to get dumped off right before it all went down.

    Also, Ricky getting told that he "Wasn't Party Of The Plan..." and the ending of the issue.

    You just said a mouthful, lady.
    I reread my version and Ricky is skeptical.

    Quote Originally Posted by Joker View Post
    I feel like I know how Teeg dies...
    Ricky is set up to kill him but I suspect that could be a misdirect.

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    On the direction that they are pointing in as far as how Teeg will die...

    Agreed on that it is looking like you two mentioned.

    That said, I can see at least a couple of other players who feel like possibilities.

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    My shot in the dark guess is Leo does it but it's an accident. He tries to shoot someone else and Teeg gets hit instead.

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    It's not the who, it's the how. We already said who killed Teeg back in Coward...

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    Hold up a second...

    How is it that I have completely blocked that detail out of my memory of series' continuity?

    Now, I've got to go back and think over what else I have just glossed over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanphillips View Post
    It's not the who, it's the how. We already said who killed Teeg back in Coward...
    Hehe, yes. That's why I said how.

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    So, I thought back to the reveal back in : Coward.

    While I thought back then that it was simply something said to gain an advantage in the moment, I also realized that it seems like prison seen in :Lawless where Tracy gets someone to vouch for him is somewhere where it came up again.

    While I didn't think that conversation was a literal as it now seems that it was, it would certainly create a pattern following that scene from : Coward.

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    I finally watched Ed Brubaker s episode of Westworld and found it to be lacking. Still a big fan of his work as a writer and he even seems to be a great human being on top of it

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