Summary: Graphic novel adaptation of a Twilight Zone episode in which a former concentration camp administrator who escaped the Nuremberg trials revisits the scene of his crimes, only to find the ghosts of the people he killed waiting for revenge.
Verdict: Meh. Skip it.
Yay!: It's a sick truth, but it just feels good to see concentration camp ghosts get vengeance against their murderer. Also, the art is actually pretty nice: colorful, clear, and uncluttered.
Nay!: The plot is minimal and predictable, and while the art is just fine, the dialogue is poorly written. Even though the subject is a touchy one, the book actually suffers from a lack of emotion.
Other (potentially better) Holocaust graphic novels: X-Men: Magneto Testament, The Complete Maus