Josie Schuller is not your typical 1960’s housewife; she has to juggle her full-time job of being a homemaker with her more violent nature as a hitman. Is it good?

A much overlooked piece of the comic, when it comes to reviews, was what caught my eye when perusing the options to review at Dark Horse Comics. Joëlle Jones draws a stereotypical 1960’s homemaker performing her duties of cleaning the house except, this housewife is cleaning up massive blood stains and has a flirtatious look complemented with a nice ankle dip begging you to peek inside.
You will be glad you picked this one up, because Jones and Jamie S. Rich provide a refreshing take on the killer-for-hire story.
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