Cover image for Lady killer. Vol. 2 / story and art by Joëlle Jones ; colors by Michelle Madsen ; letters by Crank!.
Lady killer. Vol. 2 / story and art by Joëlle Jones ; colors by Michelle Madsen ; letters by Crank!.
Title Variants:
Lady killer.
First edition.
Publication Information:
Milwaukie, OR : Dark Horse Books, 2017.

Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly colour illustrations ; 26 cm.
General Note:
"This volume collects Lady Killer 2 #1-5".


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Material Type
Home Location
JON V.2 Graphic Novel Adult Graphic Novels

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The killer housewife is back! The Schuller family has moved to Cocoa Beach, where life carries on as usual. Josie continues to juggle Tupperware parties, her kids, and a few heads--and things don't get any easier for the entrepreneur hit lady when her past comes back to haunt her.

Lady Killer is a black comedy that juxtaposes the wholesome imagery of early 1960s domestic bliss with a tightening web of murder, paranoia, and cold-blooded survival. From rising star author Joelle Jones comes the much anticpated return of Josie Schuller the Lady Killer!

Collects Lady Killer (Series 2) issues#1-#5.

"A level of violence that can only be described as Mad Men's Betty Draper meets Dexter." -Comic Book Resources

"Lady Killer somehow manages to perfectly incorporate the quaint concept of the 1950's TV housewife with blood-fueled antics of vicious killer for hire."- IGN

"Lady Killer is worth its weight in gold for the art alone, but the enigmatic Josie Schuller is the real appeal."-- Newsarama

Author Notes

JoUlle Jones has collaborated with Jamie S. Rich on the acclaimed comic book 12 Reasons Why I Love Her , and they have since shown up as a team in the pages of Popgun, Portland Noir , and Madman Atomic Comics. JoUlle also did the cover and interior illustrations for Jamie's novel, Have You Seen the Horizon Lately ?, and their most recent full-length effort was the acclaimed crime graphic novel, You Have Killed Me. She has also worked on a long-form comic for Vertigo called T he Starving Artist , as well as Troublemaker , a collaboration with best-selling author Janet Evanovich. The author lives in Portland, OR.