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Archaia Noir Sale on Comixology

Starting today and lasting until the end of the day on Thursday,  September 13th, Archaia and ComiXology are offering select Noir titles for up to 66% off.
Click over to Comixology for the sale.

Titles on sale include:

Black Charity by Bal Speer
A dark, cynical thriller set in the urban UK. When Charlie moves into his new flat, he meets a colorful array of new characters, including a dominatrix and a skinhead yabo, witnesses a murder, and finds himself on the run from assassins and fixers sent by the highest levels of government. Shades of Howard Chaykin’s Black Kiss and the hard-boiled style of 100 Bullets, all with a very British (as in Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels British) accent.

Bleedout by Mike Kennedy
Remove one piece from the modern industrial puzzle and the entire world economy is destroyed. That is the perilous situation the world finds itself in when every oil well on the planet mysteriously runs dry. Within less than a year, the cornerstones of modern civilization collapse. Criminal empires grow out of the ashes, replacing the Law they once defied. Sunrise City is one of those new kingdoms, and it may hold the key to mankind’s future, as well as the secret behind its tragic past.

Mr. Murder is Dead by Victor Quinaz and Brent Schoonover
There’s been a murder—Mr. Murder is found dead! Old Gould Kane, long into his retirement as a top cop, looks to be the #1 suspect with a motive so deep and intense even Gould’s old partner suspects him. But the truth is Gould’s the only cop worth a damn to solve the cryptic case. The clues could lead Gould to a new and perhaps even greater profession in his twilight…as a very bad man. Mr. Murder is Dead is a “who didn’t do it” set in the fading world of Golden Age comic strips. A criminal’s lament to all things past, present and meaningless. Published in partnership with Zachary Quinto (“Star Trek,” “Heroes”) and Before the Door.

Mumbai Confidential by Saurav Mohapatra and Vivek Laxman Shinde
Once Kadam was a rising star in the ranks of the Mumbai Encounter Squad, a secret unit tasked with carrying out extrajudicial executions of wanted criminals that turned it into a business for contract killings and extortion.  However the death of his pregnant wife at childbirth triggers a downward spiral that leaves Kadam a pale shadow of his former self.  When Kadam is the victim of a hit-and-run that also claims the life of a street urchin, he goes into a coma for a month.  After waking up, he finds a new sense of purpose and pursues the investigation into the identity of the driver on his own, when the police close the case for lack of leads.  Kadam finds out that the driver was Balwan Khan, an over-the-hill Bollywood B-Movie actor.  This brings him into direct confrontation with his ex-colleagues, who are now de factor gangsters in uniform and use Khan’s movies to launder their money…

Old CIty Blues by Giannis Milonogiannis
When the cybernetically-augmented founder of a tech corporation called Hayashi is found murdered, the corporation’s strange response raise suspicion in Detective Solano and the Special Police. The mystery they unravel will lead them straight into the wasteland of the Old City!

Tumor by Joshua Hale Fialkov and Noel Tuazon
A washed-up private detective on his last case, a brain tumor in his head. A girl o the run from the mob, the spitting image of his lost love. For Frank Armstrong, the past and the present are about to collide.