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In the first storyline of this groundbreaking series, the mysterious Agent Graves offers Dizzy Cordova, a Latina gangbanger fresh out of prison, vengeance for her family’s murders and full immunity for all of her actions. But first, Dizzy will have to get used to life back on the harsh streets…
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Given the opportunity to avenge her family’s deaths, Dizzy Cordova struggles with the morality of murder. As violence erupts on the unforgiving streets, she faces her intended targets. But are they responsible–or was their crime just another random act that goes hand in hand with the thug life?
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Simmering violence boils over into full-blown vengeance as Dizzy encounters Mr. Shepard–a mystery man with some insight into Agent Graves–and uncovers new information about her family’s murderers that makes it even harder to make her decision about whether or not to put them down permanently.
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In part 1 of a 2-part story, dive bartender Lee Dolan is offered the chance to get revenge on the person who framed him for a terrible crime, which ruined his family and career. Now, his target’s sidled up to the bar…and she’s asking for a shot. But what should he reach for–the bottle or the gun?
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When down-and-out bartender Lee Dolan confronts Megan Dietrich, the femme fatale who destroyed his life, he learns that things aren’t as clear-cut as he believed. Does Agent Graves have more to gain from this game than Dolan does? Could Dietrich have something better to offer Dolan than revenge?
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A gambler gets his shot at revenge in part 1 of the 2-part “Short Con, Long Odds.” All gambler Chucky Spinks ever wanted was a shot at Easy Street. Instead, he got hard time he didn’t earn. When Agent Graves shows Chucky the man who ruined his chances, will the stack finally fall in his favor?
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Closing in on his target, gambler Chucky Spinks finds himself in the riskiest contest of his life: a high-stakes game where the house wants him to use all of his talents. All the players in this game think they hold the winning hand, but it’s Agent Graves who has all the aces.
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This self-contained issue focuses on Agent Graves! We’ve seen him hand out the ways and means for revenge without a clue as to why…until now. This issue offers a revealing glimpse into Graves’ private life and answers some pressing questions about the man and his motives.
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Meet Cole Burns, a mild-mannered ice cream man trying to make a semi-honest buck in a thoroughly dishonest world. When Agent Graves enters Cole’s life and exposes him to a deadly secret, Cole discovers that everyone’s got secrets–and his may be the biggest of all.
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Mild-mannered ice cream man Cole Burns made a major mistake when he underestimated Agent Graves. Now local gangster Goldy Petrovic intends to take out Cole, just like he took out Cole’s grandmother years ago. But Cole’s got a disturbing secret to share…
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What does revenge cost? This is a question Lilly Roach, a middle-aged waitress, must ask herself when she becomes the recipient of Graves’ attache while working the graveyard shift. Forced to confront a horrible secret about her missing daughter, vengeance is hers…but does Lilly want it?
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Agent Graves’ mysterious shadow, Mr. Shepherd, makes a move and sends an operative to Paris–a very familiar operative readers will recognize from the first 100 BULLETS arc!
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The world becomes a much bigger place for Dizzy as she learns more about Agent Graves’ secret agenda–and the piece she represents in his puzzle–at the feet of the cynical expatriate Mr. Branch.
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Dizzy catches a glimpse at how deep her situation has gotten as Mr. Branch fills her in on the mysterious organization called The Trust and Agent Graves’ role within it!
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In part 1 of the 4-part ”Hang Up on the Hang Low,” meet Loop Hughes, a tough kid growing tougher on the bad streets of Philly. When Agent Graves offers him the opportunity to even the score with the man responsible for his dismal situation, Loop jumps at the chance.
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In an odd twist of fate, Loop Hughes learns the ins and outs of the criminal underworld from the one man Agent Graves claimed ruined his life: his wayward father. Revenge is sweet, but there’s an even sweeter option for Loop–something that will change his life more than Graves’s offer ever could.
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Street player Loop Hughes discovers that his intended target and the mysterious Agent Graves have crossed paths in the past. For Graves, Loop’s assignment is quite personal. And for Loop, 100 bullets might not be enough.
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In the conclusion of the 4-part ”Hang Up on the Hang Low,” Loop finds himself forced to fight for the man he thought Agent Graves meant for him to kill. Meanwhile, a familiar face returns to bring Graves’s true intentions to light–but this new information for Loop may be too little, too late.
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After completing Agent Graves’s assignment, Loop finds himself in an even more difficult position in this epilogue to ”Hang Up on the Hang Low.” As if this weren’t trouble enough, Graves himself makes Loop an offer that will forever change his life.
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In a stand-alone issue, Mr. Shepherd, Agent Graves’s enigmatic associate, steps out of the shadows and into the spotlight. What is Shepherd’s relationship with him? Where does Shepherd’s allegiance lie? Do he and Graves share the same agenda? The answers may surprise you.
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Junkie Jack Dau is penniless, homeless, aimless, and he’s managed to alienate everyone he’s ever cared about–or who’s cared about him. When Agent Graves enters Jack’s life with an offer of revenge, Jack’s upside-down world gets body-slammed as he confronts the person responsible for his fate.
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Jack Dau’s troubles continue as he searches for a reason to act on the information from Agent Graves. Jack may be a self-destructive junkie, but he’s no killer–or so he’d like to believe. Question is, what’s the truth worth to a man who’s spent his life lying to himself?
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In “Red Prince Blues” part 1 of 3, it’s the return of Megan Dietrich–as The Trust convenes to deal with the threat Agent Graves portends, revealing more about their mysterious organization and its relationship to Graves.
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As the families of The Trust hold their summit, Agent Graves carefully prepares to make a move against one of the members. But there’s another man with his own grudge against a member of the shadow organization. He may not have the resources that Graves does, but he certainly has the nerve.
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The conclusion to the 3-part “Red Prince Blues.” The secrets of The Trust are brought to the forefront, as Agent Graves makes his move against the organization in Atlantic City. He’s not acting alone, though, and Graves sets in motion a deadly game of cat and mouse.
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A special issue designed as a starting point for new readers! “Mr. Branch and the Family Tree” follows conspiracy nut Mr. Branch as he relates tales of the main characters of the series. Eduardo Risso provides the framing sequence, while top industry artists spotlight individual characters.
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In this stand-alone issue, Agent Graves unexpectedly encounters a man from his past, but it’s no ordinary man. He was once a hero and the idol of millions–and the recipient of Graves’s mysterious attache. This meeting may even reveal the truth behind the greatest conspiracy in American History…
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Life is dirt-cheap in the West Texas town of El Paso, and even that’s too pricey for Wyley Times, a gas-station attendant with zero ambition. When a smoldering beauty comes to town and drives Wyley over the edge, it’s up to her companion to straighten Wyley out in “Contrabandolero” part 1 of 3.
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Under the sweltering Texas sun, things really start to heat up between Wyley and a certain femme fatale, whose champagne tastes are way outta line with Wyley’s beer budget. So when her mysterious companion offers Wyley the chance to make a quick buck, how can he say no?
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“Contrabandolero” part 3 of 3! As Wylie Times comes closer to crossing the Mexican border with his mysterious cargo, he finds himself outclassed, outwitted and out of time. His only hope: a certain femme fatale. Too bad she’s more dangerous than any scam he could dream up.
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The multiple Eisner Award-winning series by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso continues with “The Counterfifth Detective” Part 1! Meet Milo Garret–a Los Angeles private eye with a face wrapped in bandages from an accident and a grudge against those who caused it.
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Private eye Milo Garret continues to unravel the mystery behind his damaged, gauze-wrapped face in Part 2 of “The Counterfifth Detective!” However, he might be in over his head as a larger puzzle begins to take shape as he chases down the person–or persons–responsible.
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In “The Counterfifth Detective” Part 3, Milo Garret’s investigation takes a different turn when a tough-talking girl walks into his life and hires him for a special job–one that pays really well with the possibility of a little extra bonus…
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As private eye Milo Garret puts the pieces of the puzzle together behind the accident that left his face scarred and encased in bandages, he begins to sink further and further into a cesspool of corruption. Paranoia becomes the word of the day in “The Counterfifth Detective” Part 4!
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Milo Garret’s world falls apart around him as he delves deeper in the mystery behind his scarred face–and how exactly does Agent Graves fit into everything? Find out in “The Counterfifth Detective” Part 5 by the award-winning team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso.
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The thrilling conclusion to “The Counterfifth Detective!” The truth behind detective Milo Garret’s “accident” that damaged his face and changed his life surfaces. But will the truth set him free or lock him a box six feet under?
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This issue begins a series of six stand-alone stories each focusing on one of the major players in the Eisner Award-winning series. Here we zero in on Dizzy Cordova and the impact Agent Graves has had on her life. The question remains: is Dizzy a minor pawn…or a major player?
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Minuteman Cole Burns returns to New York City for business. But for a man like Cole, business usually means someone else is caught in the cross hairs. This job, though, might not be so easy.
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Benito Medici’s ruthless father Augustus seems to have cemented The Trust’s agenda. But is it really a self-serving one that drives him? And is Benito’s attitude simply a mask for his own agenda?
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Taking on a seemingly easy job for an obscenely large sum of money, the sadistic ex-Minuteman Lono finds that there really is such a thing as a “can’t miss” gig. Trouble is, it isn’t his gig–it’s someone else’s with Lono right in their sights!
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Moving between the corridors of power and the back alleys of the underworld with an unshakeable confidence, Graves appears to be in complete control–to everyone but The Trust. It may be Graves’s game, but does he really hold all the cards?
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Agent Graves travels to El Paso, Texas, to deal out a little justice. The recipient? Gas-pumper Wylie Times, last seen in issue #30. Wylie’s been down on his luck, stuck in a rut and he’s about to find out why!
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Beginning the new story arc “Chill in the Oven.” Last we saw Loop Hughes, he was sent to prison for murder–despite the act occurring in self-defense. Now Loop must learn the ins and outs of prison politics before his stay gets cut short and he ends up leaving in a body bag.
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Forced to deal with a psychotic thug looking for some lethal payback and a vicious guard with a chip on his shoulder, things go from worse to worst for Loop when he faces an animal more savage than anything he’s come across behind bars. “Chill in the Oven” Part 2.
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When Lono meets with an unexpected, but very familiar, visitor to the prison, the pot comes to a red-hot boil. And if Loop Hughes thought he had problems before, he really needs to check his head. “Chill in the Oven” part 3.
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Hell breaks loose as Loop finds himself caught between a rock, a hard place, a psychotic animal and a sadistic guard. His only chance of survival is to throw in with one of them–but which one? The finale of “Chill in the Oven!”
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“In Stinked” part 1! Jack and Mikey–last seen in 100 BULLETS #22–go on the road trip from Hell. Whipping down the freeway at Mach Nine with your hair on fire, getting pinched by the cops and kicking trips to the zoo, Jack discovers that the only way to get the monkey off his back is to let the tiger out of its cage.
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Jack and Mikey are up to their eyeballs in trouble, having walked straight out of a drug-induced stupor into a Wonderland-type zoo where the animals are big game and people would rather hunt them than admire them. Lions and tigers and fat Mafiosi in cheap velour tracksuits make for an interesting family outing. “In Stinked” part 2.
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“In Stinked” concludes! Jack finds himself stuck between an angry tiger and a trio of even angrier mobsters, and only one of them is getting out of Jungle Garvey’s Wild Animal Park alive. And if Jack does make it out of the zoo in one piece, can he finally beat the monkey on his back?
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The Eisner Award winning series hits the halfway point! Burning questions are answered and new ones introduced as the history of the Trust is revealed and the ever-mysterious Agent Graves is up to his old tricks, as yet another desperate victim receives the now infamous briefcase of 100 bullets.
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“Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down” part 1! Wylie Times is back and taking a little trip to the Big Easy. But drunken nights on Bourbon Street and Mardi Gras beads are the last things on his mind. He’s on the hunt for the man who did him wrong–with 100 bullets ready to put him down.
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It’s big trouble in the Big Easy as Wylie Times continues his vacation of vengeance against the ever-mysterious Agent Graves. However, he soon realizes he’s not the only player in town with similar plans. “Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down” part 2.
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Things heat up when Wylie Times finds himself in the thick of a family reunion more intense than a barrel of Cajun gumbo! Will he manage to walk away from the Big Easy with his metaphorical beads intact, or could this be the end of another Minuteman? “Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down” part 3.
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Wylie Times has Mr. Shepherd right where he wants him and isn’t about to let him go without a little punishment. But what made Shepherd and his deadly apprentice decide to hit N’awlins in the first place? “Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down” part 4.
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After a chance encounter with a rather unassuming character, Wylie’s eyes are wide open, his mind is clear, and his sights are set on the man who did him wrong. He’ll have to get through a certain ex-gangbanger to get to him, but she’s not about to go out like a chump! “Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down” part 5.
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All hell breaks loose in the Big Easy in a showdown between Wylie, Shepherd, Dizzy and a mystery guest with intentions all his own. Will the slacker-turned-Minuteman be able to walk away in one piece, or is this the end of the line for yet another player? “Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down” part 6.
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The conclusion to “Wylie Runs the Voodoo Down!” With the stage set and the major players in order, it’s now time for the big showdown between Wylie, Shepherd, Dizzy and Graves. The trail of bodies has been a long one so far, but not as long as the trail of tears will be.
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As the dust slowly settles in New Orleans, we pick up with the ever-dangerous Lono and his newly acquired apprentice, Loop Hughes. But what exactly does Lono have in store for his jail-hardened pupil, and how does a deadly Minuteman play into his curriculum?
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Hot on the heels of a major player’s death, the revealed Minutemen convene to discuss plans on where to make their next move. But who will lead this team of vicious killers, and more importantly, will they all survive one another?
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“Staring at the Son” part 1! Lono takes his new apprentice, Loop Hughes, to Chi-town to continue his deadly training. But can Lono be trusted, or does he have ulterior motives in taking Loop under his wing?
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As the elite members of the Trust continue to die at the hands of the ruthless Minutemen, Benito Medici’s star begins to rise. When Agent Graves shows up on the scene, will it put a wrench in the plans, or will it simply solidify what’s been put into action? “Staring at the Son” part 2.
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Benito continues his education, discovering where he fits in with the Trust. Will he follow in his father’s footsteps or shun his deadly birthright? And why did Megan summon them to south Florida in the first place? “Staring at the Son” part 3.
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“Staring at the Son” concludes! Allegiances in this world are like shifting sand, and when one particularly sexy member of the Trust tries to draw a line in it, she’ll learn that Agent Graves doesn’t just cross a line– he obliterates it.
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Jack heads to Atlantic City, slowly picking up the pieces of his shattered life working as an underground bare-knuckle boxer. But wherever he goes, trouble’s sure to follow, and when Graves pays him a visit, the ex-junkie soon realizes he’s in for the fight of his life.
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“New Tricks” part 1! Loop, Lono and Victor leave Chicago and hit the road in search of revenge. Their targets: any remaining members of the Trust stupid enough to cross their path. But can the three trust each other enough to work together, or will road rage get the better of them?
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“New Tricks” part 2! Victor, Lono and Loop keep on trucking on a road trip in search of revenge. As more members of the Trust are violently eliminated, it’s clear that these three are a team not to be messed with. But which one has intentions all his own?
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After the heartbreaking death of one of their own, Dizzy and Wylie road trip through the southwest. However, with Dizzy now activated, she has only one thing on her mind: revenge.
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“Sleep, Walker” part 1! As more and more members of The Trust continue to be killed off, the remaining members hold an emergency meeting to discuss the future of the secret organization. Can they put their differences aside in order to survive the onslaught of the Minutemen?
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With the last remaining houses of The Trust looking for protection from the Minutemen, Augustus Medici hopes to seize this opportunity to establish himself as the lone head of the secret organization. But having made deals with numerous devils, will Medici’s reign be a short-lived one? “Sleep, Walker” part 2.
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“A Wake” part 1! While most of the remaining members of The Trust were gambling with their lives in Atlantic City, Agent Graves paid a visit to two brothers down on their luck. But when one gets his hands on Graves’ infamous briefcase, the result is anything but brotherly love.
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Agent Graves is up to his old tricks again, delivering the notorious briefcase and a road map for revenge to a set of Midwestern brothers. But what is it about this particular deadly delivery that has the remaining members of The Trust taking notice? “A Wake” part 2.
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There’s dirty work going down in Cleveland, as Agent Graves delivers the infamous briefcase to a butcher turned small-time crook. But since he has no apparent desire for revenge, why did he receive the case in the first place? “A Wake” part 3.
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While two Midwestern brothers deal with the horrible fate that comes with every “gift” from Agent Graves, Augustus Medici, Megan Dietrich and Lono have plans of their own that will shake The Trust to its very core. “A Wake” part 4.
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“A Wake” concludes as the final puzzle-pieces fall into position, and things get very interesting. Will the House of Nagel still have a place within the Trust? What do Augustus, Megan and Lono have planned for the remaining members and the Minutemen? And finally, where do the Brothers Rome fit in the grand scheme?
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Graves approaches someone down on their luck, gives them the infamous briefcase, and then that person must decide what to do with it. But when Lono is factored in with an offer–and another side of the story in the case–could Agent Graves’ mysterious plans be in jeopardy?
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“Punch Line” part 1! The secret armies within The Trust are in order, and are heading back down to Mexico to claim a valuable prize. But with two different warring factions, it’s clear not everyone will walk away with their lives intact. Meanwhile, the question everyone’s been asking is answered.
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The major players continue to Mexico, with one group arriving first with an offer that’s hard to refuse. However, Dizzy, along with the three men who love her, has plans of her own. Will it be the Minutemen or the Trust that grows stronger, or will the Mexico Quartet go it alone? “Punch Line” part 2.
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Now that all the major players are south of the border, the real trouble is only beginning. And with that many dangerous characters in one setting, it certainly won’t be a relaxing trip to Mexico for all involved. “Punch Line” part 3.
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In the “Punch Line” finale, The Trust, Agent Graves and the Minutemen arrive in Mexico for a showdown that will mark the end for at least one major player. Also, the mystery behind the Atlantic City job is finally revealed!
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Dizzy Cordova has been through two lifetimes of pain. And Agent Graves, the man who pulls her strings whether Dizzy knows it or not, has one more for her to endure. So is Dizzy in or is she out?
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“Tarantula” part 1! When we last saw Ronnie Rome, Agent Graves was making him an offer. Turns out to be different than Graves’ usual, as it leads Ronnie to Italy, where he comes face to face with a dangerous beauty men are willing to kill for.
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The Minutemen quit on them, but that doesn’t mean The Trust no longer has deadly force at its fingertips. How deadly? Agent Graves and his crew are about to find out. “Tarantula” part 2.
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In this “Tarantula” finale, heads roll and blood spills as Dizzy learns exactly what it takes to be a Minuteman–but what the Minutemen learn about her could prove deadly. Meanwhile, Ronnie Rome finds himself on the edge and under the gun in Italy.
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Minutemen Victor Ray & Remi Rome need a vacation, so they head to scenic Lake Tahoe for some R & R with the beautiful people. But you know what they say: “All play and no work make The Minutemen dull boys.”
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Father and son are reunited, but with a woman in the middle of the two, how can this be a good thing? The “other” woman knows for true it’s not.
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In the aftermath of the latest shocking events, one thing becomes crystal clear to Minuteman Victor Ray: he’s in this alone. And for keeps. Which is exactly how he likes it.
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As more members of The Trust fall, one family head reaches out to a semi-retired Minuteman for help and protection. But with blood in the water and Graves and his soldiers making a final push for total control, will this old-timer be able to stop the massacre?
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The mysterious Mr. Branch finds himself on the boardwalk in Atlantic City for a shadowy reunion with his “old friend” Cole Burns. Are they there to live it up, or is it simply time to pay the check?
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“100 Bullets” part 1, the final story arc of the series begins here! With all his soldiers in place and his final plan in motion, Agent Graves finally has a chance to kick back and enjoy his success–but is the cork-popping premature? And where does a south-side Chicago crime syndicate fit into the plan?
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As Remi Rome’s role in the war comes to fruition, we get a glimpse into the so-called life of Pip–the young G with nothing to lose and even less to gain. “100 Bullets” part 2.
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As we learn more about the past history of The Trust and the Minutemen’s place in contemporary history, we check in on a manhunt for a killer named Pippen, who’s just made the biggest mistake of his young life. “100 Bullets” part 3.
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As the heat rises on the cold streets of Chicago, we check back in with the remaining Minutemen–who have plans of their own. Is this all a part of Graves’ plan? Or has the old man finally lost control? “100 Bullets” part 4.
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More secrets are revealed about what really caused Graves’ war with the Trust. Meanwhile, young Pip’s life as a gangbanger takes a turn for the worse. “100 Bullets” part 5.
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Key players and old friends in the 100 BULLETS saga meet for the first time, but will these be friendly encounters? The smart money’s on no. “100 Bullets” part 6.
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All Hell is breaking loose. Lono finally chooses a side and makes one key player wish they never got into the underworld business. “100 Bullets” part 7.
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After the tragic events of the D’Arcy hit, Remi Rome visits the hospital to check in on someone very, very close to him. But will the patient be there to say goodbye? “100 Bullets” part 8.
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The body count rises and we see the fallout of the summit between Graves, Javier and Augustus and get a glance at the coming war that will no doubt see more major players die in the deadly game of The Trust. Will anyone be left standing at the end of it all? “100 Bullets” part 9.
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As the end swiftly approaches, new alliances form and old scores finally settle. It’s not going to be pretty and things will get even bloodier as the series’ epic conclusion looms closer! “100 Bullets” part 10.
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The penultimate issue sees old scores settled and new bloodshed! As questions are answered, truths come to light! “100 Bullets” part 11.
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What final fate do agent Graves and the rest of the cast face? Who will be left standing when the gun smoke clears? Find out as the curtain–and casings–of 100 BULLETS fall.