Back in April 2010, American comic-book artist and illustrator Francesco Francavilla began posting, in parts, a quite beautiful graphic adaptation of Dashiell Hammett’s 1924 short story, “Nightmare Town” (which was also included in, and gave its name to, a 1999 collection of Hammett’s work). He got only six parts into it--or less than a third of the way through the story--before he abruptly stopped, presumably called away by other commitments.
However, those six magazine-like spreads of “Nightmare Town” are still available here: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, and Part VI. And if we’re lucky, he will return to finish this series. Someday.