100 Bullets starts out with a great concept—a mysterious man shows up with a gun, 100 rounds of ammunition, and evidence that pinpoints the person who ruined your life. And he tells you that you can use any of the bullets without repercussion. Azzarello uses that concept to tell a number of gritty, gripping stories. But then, the story expands to reveal the mysterious man and his story and, frankly, I fend that a lot less compelling.
FuzzyCo grade: A at the start, B- by the end