Two continuing tales of Bicentennial street justice, featuring "Jackie Karma," by B. CLAY MOORE & ED TADEM, and "Cool," by SETH PECK & TIGH WALKER. Jackie Karma is a Sixties-era New York City karate master and street fighting legend who comes out of retirement to battle an old foe, while "Cool" features Los Angeles bounty hunters Pete Walker and Leon Campbell as they deal with runaway strippers, geriatric gangsters, drug-dealing dwarves and ex-porn star hit men.
story B. CLAY MOORE & SETH PECK art ED TADEM & TIGH WALKER cover ED TADEM
In Jackie Karma, Jackie and Marcus are drawn deeper into what seems to be a hidden conspiracy, as the players in the story begin to come together, and we first meet the Soul Brigade, ass-kicking soul band/street fighters. In Cool, Leon deals with stripper on the run Cherry Baum, and Pete finds himself dodging mob bullets. Fired directly at him. From point blank range.