What is it about Jason, you may ask, that has his readers coming back for every new book, year after year. Well, for one thing, it's consistency: Jason is a conscientious craftsman who delivers the goods; his work is consistently well done in all particulars, as well as being consistently entertaining. And for another, it's the mordant -- and, to be honest, morbid -- wit that informs the extremely dry sense of humor that permeates all his work: Jason's way of seeing seems peculiarly well suited to looking at the world of today. I Killed Adolf Hitler is certainly no exception. It is a time travel tale which might appear at first glance to have disregarded all the normative parameters of the genre -- altering of history, paradox, etc. -- but which, upon consideration, seems to leave enough wiggle room to allow readers to provide their own interpretation of what exactly is going on in that department. As for the rest, it's sex and death, doomed romance and, maybe, yes - a second chance! As an added bonus, this 48 page, full color, ligne claire album may, perhaps, be profitably viewed as a commentary on Hergé's legacy.