begins with an exotic dancer (Terry
Robertson?) being escorted home by a police officer. They are
an issue with domestic violence involving the woman's seperated husband
(Roger Robertson). The scene ends with Terry discovering a note from
husband that he's taken their daughter Shannon out of the city for a
shifts to the office of "Shotgun",
the former bodyguard of the Tobacco executive in issue #3. Shotgun has
acquired some photographs of Shooter and vocalizes his desire to "make
this guy hurt".
The scene shifts again
to Shooter getting drunk
on Duff beer and expressing self-pity as he listens to television news
stories about his recent activities.Later he takes a stroll on the
and sees a gang robbing an electronics store. Shooter intercepts the
They mock his drunken state and beat him up in a nearby alley.
The scene shift to Roger
where the police are conducting a raid. He is gone, but they find his
gun holster and a tag from a grenade.
By this time,
the beaten and battered Shooter
has straggled to the apartment of Moira Armmstrong. Shooter starts to
her the truth about him.
people have acquired contact
info on Shooter and Shotgun expresses a desire to hunt him down and
Back at Moira's
apartment, Shooter shows her
he can become invisible. He also tells her of his other enhanced
abilities. Shooter confesses of his heroic failures and tells her that
he wants to turn himself in to the FBI.
At a motel in Newark,
New Jersey, Roger Robetson
pacifies the tears of his daughter Shannon. He tells her that he will
call mommy and that they will then "all be in a better place. He looks
down at the grenade in his hand.
By this time, Moira is
convinced that Shooter
has been brainwashed by the government into believing he was abducted
aliens. Shooter can't discard her logic.
himself to confront Shooter.
Terry Robertson storms
Moira's apartment in distress
telling her about her ex-husband.
Shooter chases down
Roger Robertson and saves
the daughter. Shooter tells Moira fterwards that his chat with her
him. Shooter tracks down the gag that beat him up and gets even. Upon
back at his apatrtment, he finds Shotgun waiting for him. The shirts
off.... they fight. The story ends.
This issue has an unusual panel
with Shooter sitting in his apartment with 5 television sets, but his
faces away from the TV sets!
According to series writer Art
Holcomb, "Jim Shooter gave me the plots that he wanted for issues #1
#8. I wrote and plotted the remainder of the stories in the
The plots to the rest of the series reportedly still exist.