This oversized 2010 chapbook is the first publication of this Parker story. Signed by Darwyn on the cover.
From the comicbookresources.com review:
"As Cooke explains in his introduction to this 24-page story, this is a quick adaptation of "The Man with the Getaway Face," the second Parker novel, and it's done in this form instead of full adaptation because there were two books outside of the first four Parker novels that Cooke wanted to adapt and that meant losing two of the first four. But, there are some important parts in the second novel that inform what comes after, resulting in this short story adaptation that will begin "The Outfit" and we can read alone here.
"Since it will be part of "The Outfit," some may wonder why bother? Well, how about the production values? As anyone who read "The Hunter" knows, it was done at a smaller page size than normal comics; well, "The Man with the Getaway Face" is done at a larger size, giving a larger look at Cooke's gorgeous art. The thick paper stock is also an added bonus. While this story will reappear in the graphic novel, this presentation stands on its own quite well."