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Comic books in 'Armed and Dangerous'

  • Issue #1
    Armed and Dangerous (1996 Armada) 1

    "Picking Up the Pieces" - Acclaim presents a unique, off-the-wall-and-in-your-face project guaranteed to shock, amaze and delight mature comic readers everywhere. Armed & Dangerous, a 4-issue b&w mini-series, is the brainchild of Bob Layton and Bob Hall. It's the corner you know you shouldn't turn...the wrong side of the tracks...the place where losers go when they're running for their lives. Bob Hall spins a spellbinding graphic noir of a boy's arrival at the threshold of manhood, and the shadowy world of gangsters and gun molls who stand in his way. Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Armed and Dangerous (1996 Armada) 2

    "Dire Streets" - Eddy Donovan's got his share of enemies -- and even more dangerous friends -- on the dark and violent streets of New York. As Eddy learns the truth about his father's gangster past, he's faced with some deadly choices. Meanwhile, Uncle Mitch the fixer makes a big mistake, and there's a high-powered hitman on the streets -- on rollerblades! Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Armed and Dangerous (1996 Armada) 3

    "For Vengeance Sake" - The streets are filled with blood and whispers. Eddy Donovan tries to save Lana from the streets and Slik, the vicious punk who runs her -- but does Lana want to be saved? Uncle Mitch fights for his life and Doogie gets an unexpected visit from the Roller Girl, and someone is watching Eddy's ugly confrontation with Slik. Someone who may have the wrong ideas about Eddy. Deadly ideas. The saga of New York's mean streets continues! Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Armed and Dangerous (1996 Armada) 4

    "Street Life" - With the F.B.I., the Highway Patrol and all of Hell's Kitchen looking on, the stand-off between Eddy Donovan and Arko reaches an uneasy resolution...for now. We also discover the real secret of how Eddy's dad died, while Doogie continues his pursuit of the Roller Girl. Not for the squeamish. Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Armed and Dangerous Special (1996 Armada) 1

    Armed and Dangerous Special (#5 in the Armed and Dangerous Series). "Kandi Kane the Saturday Night Special" - In this stand-alone issue of the totally riveting new series by Bob Hall, the story continues to follow the 'Westies' in Hell's Kitchen. This time, though, the focus is on the stripper, Kandi Kane. It's a love story -- only in Hell's Kitchen, love may be different than you'd find in the nice, safe suburbs of America. For comics with the jaw-breaking wallop of a set of brass knuckles, Armed and Dangerous continues to delight the lovers of dark crime genres everywhere. And this issue is a good jumping-on point for people who've yet to try this adult, two-fisted comic delight. Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #1
    Armed and Dangerous Hell's Slaughterhouse (1996 Acclaim) 1

    Armed and Dangerous: Hell's Slaughterhouse #1 (#6 of Armed and Dangerous series). "Terminal Bar" - The mob war between Arcko and Lanyon rages on. Lanyon has decided it's time to take out Arcko and the Donovans. One of his first targets is Eddy and his mom's apartment! A brand new arc starts this issue as Bob Hall continues his exciting saga of the back alleys of New York City, as told from the perspective of Eddy's Uncle Charly, long thought killed in the Brooklyn Bridge Massacre. Realistic storytelling featuring real-life New York places highlight this dark and compelling novel of the streets. Not for the faint of heart. Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Armed and Dangerous Hell's Slaughterhouse (1996 Acclaim) 2

    Armed and Dangerous: Hell's Slaughterhouse #2 (#7 of Armed and Dangerous series). "Whiskey Dreams" - Lanyon and his boys are after Eddy. Eddy and Doogie are on the run trying to hide Uncle Charly, who used to be dead. Frank Arcko and Uncle Mitch are also looking for Eddy, but don't know that Charly is now a formerly dead guy. Confused? Don't ask Charly, he's just trying to get sober. Charly continues his story, complete with reflections and revelations. What really happened on the Brooklyn Bridge those years ago? This issue gives Charly's angle on what got his brother killed and made him go incognito. Will Arcko and Uncle Mitch find Eddy, Doogie and Uncle Charly before Lanyon can? And would that be a good thing for Charly? Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Armed and Dangerous Hell's Slaughterhouse (1996 Acclaim) 3

    Armed and Dangerous: Hell's Slaughterhouse #3 (#8 of Armed and Dangerous series). "The Brotherhood of Cain" - Everything has hit the fan at once: on the run from Terry Lanyon's thugs, Mitch and Charly Donovan may escape with their lives -- if they don't kill each other first! Everyone has a different story about Harry Donovan's death; was Frank Arcko involved? Terry Lanyon? Under the gun, with Eddy Donovan and Doogie in tow, the Donovan brothers face the truth about their brother's death. And truth may be the deadliest enemy they have. Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Armed and Dangerous Hell's Slaughterhouse (1996 Acclaim) 4

    Armed and Dangerous: Hell's Slaughterhouse #4 (#9 of Armed and Dangerous series). "Charly's War" - The bloodbath conclusion of the Hell's Kitchen gang wars. Can the Brothers Donovan resist the urge to kill each other long enough to take down Lanyon and Arcko? Will Eddy, Margaret and Doogie get caught in the crossfire? At long last, the full truth of what happened -- and why -- the day that Harry Donovan died! Story, art and cover by Bob Hall. Suggested for Mature Audiences. B&W, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.