Winner of the Eisner, Harvey, and Ignatz Awards for Best Graphic Novel.
A New York Times Bestseller!
"Remarkable." -- Leo Carey, The New Yorker
" … dark, fearsomely complex …" -- Douglas Wolk, Publishers Weekly
"My all-time favorite graphic novel … an immense, majestic work about the Jack the Ripper murders, the dark Victorian world they happened in, and the birth of the 20th century." -- Warren Ellis, Entertainment Weekly
"Moore's works have often defied the public's expectations of the medium, and his most ambitious work, the massive graphic novel From Hell, is no exception. … The result is at once a meditation on evil, a police procedural and a commentary on Victorian England. … an impressive piece of work." -- Patrick Day, The Los Angeles Times
"… a massive exploration of the Jack The Ripper murders that incorporates British history, Masonic ritual, and London geography in a fascinating and horrifying conspiracy theory." -- Tasha Robinson, The AV Club
From Hell is the story of Jack the Ripper, perhaps the most infamous man in the annals of murder. Detailing the events leading up to the Whitechapel killings and the cover-up that followed, From Hell is a meditation on the mind of a madman whose savagery and violence gave birth to the 20th century. The serialized story, presented in its entirety in this volume, has garnered widespread attention from critics and scholars, and has been adapted into a major motion picture from Twentieth Century Fox starring Johnny Depp and Heather Graham. Often regarded as one of the most significant graphic novels ever published, From Hell combines meticulous research with educated speculation, resulting in a masterpiece of historical fiction both compelling and terrifying.
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Masterpiece of mystery and historical horror!
This book can effect your reality in that deliciously creepy way that good horror can. Don’t be too quick to judge this book by its artwork for you may soon realize that it is in fact a wonderful vehicle for conveying the story to the reader. It’s cerebral, it’s visceral, it’s far more than a graphic novel, and it’s far far better than the movie adaptation.