|Shooter and Mouse return from the Plasm world. He
shows off his new
talents to the military and they run him off. Upon returning to his
he discovers that he has been evicted and the landlord has put all his
belongings in storage. His significant other is seeing another
His mom is broke and desperate because she fell
for a marketing scam
that took her money. She's working two jobs. Shooter is fed up with the
injustice and raids the headquarters of the Canadian company that
his mother out of her savings. He tracks down a company supervisor and
destroys his car after the guy can't tell where the money went. Mouse
him money to help his mom.
Later, while walking around in the park, he
ponders how to pay back
Mouse. A drug dealer assaults him and pulls a gun. Shooter kicks the
dealer's posterior and keeps the drug dealer's money. Shooter decides
ridding the drug dealers from streets of New York is more profitable
other forms of employment. He continues.
Major Hawkins, one of the military guys from his
earlier encounter tracks
down Shooter. Shooter is hired to find Major Hawkins' missing
who was abducted by someone connected to the child porn industry.
with the help of Mouse, follows the trail of the girls abduction to the
office of a woman who heads a child porn business. The woman warns
Shooter of her powerful connections. Shooter starts to leave, but he
perform an unmentioned act upon the woman as she screams off
This issue begins one of the most unique and
disturbing series of the
1990's. This series features a ruthless vigilante justice that singles
out the evils of society offering little or no mercy.
According to series writer Art Holcomb,
"Jim Shooter gave me the plots that he wanted for issues #1 and #8. I
and plotted the remainder of the stories in the mini-series." The plots
to the rest of the series reportedly still exist.
Signed versions of this comic exist with the following Certificate of Authenticity.
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are not listed on the checklist.