The Vigilante #7

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Publisher DC
Brand DC (bullet)
Notes spine tics/creases/aged
Condition VG
Issue Number 7
Writer/Script Marv Wolfman
Story Artist Ross Andru, Chuck Patton, Ross Andru
Story Inks Mike DeCarlo, Mike DeCarlo, Mike DeCarlo
Story Colors Tom Ziuko
Story Letters John Costanza
Cover Colors N/A
Cover Inks N/A
Cover Letters N/A
Cover Artist N/A
Story Characters Vigilante [Adrian Chase], Vigilante [Adrian Chase]; J.J. Davis; Theresa Gomez; Marcia King; Alan Welles; Captain Hall; Saber; Cannon; Controller; Exterminators
Synopsis Saber and Cannon attack Captain Hall and escape from the hospital. Judge Welles asks Adrian to consider becoming a judge himself. The Controller takes over the New York crime families. Adrian tells J.J. and Theresa his Vigilante origin story. After the death of his family, he was chosen and trained by the spirits of the dead to become their living agent of justice. He is faster, stronger and able to heal quicker than a normal human due to "cellular rearrangement" he acquired during his time of testing with the dead.
Dimensions Standard Modern Age U.S.
Print Date June 1984
Reprint? No
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