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Published May 2001 by DC
Borrowed Time: Interest Compounded Daily
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Harry Block [Harry Kraft]; Beth Block; Bob Clurk; Ethlie; Rick; Juan Ramirez; Rosa DeSantiis
"Borrowed Time: Interest Compounded Daily" Tired of his life in Skokie, Illinois, Harry Block fakes his own death and reinvents himself in Guatemala as Harry Kraft.
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Borrowed Time: Interest Compounded Daily
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Character Appearances
Harry Block [Harry Kraft]; Beth Block; Bob Clurk; Ethlie; Rick; Juan Ramirez; Rosa DeSantiis
Storyline
"Borrowed Time: Interest Compounded Daily" Tired of his life in Skokie, Illinois, Harry Block fakes his own death and reinvents himself in Guatemala as Harry Kraft.
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Published June 2001 by DC
Bitter Fruit
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Harry Block [Harry Kraft]; Juan Ramirez; Selma; Jorge Ferrer; Alan Somers; Dantine; Carla Esperanza; Arturo DeSantiis; Rosa DeSantiis; General Manolo; DeLeon; Pedro Zavala
"Bitter Fruit" Harry Kraft enjoys his life as a charter pilot as the political situation in Guatemala begins heat up.
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Bitter Fruit
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Character Appearances
Harry Block [Harry Kraft]; Juan Ramirez; Selma; Jorge Ferrer; Alan Somers; Dantine; Carla Esperanza; Arturo DeSantiis; Rosa DeSantiis; General Manolo; DeLeon; Pedro Zavala
Storyline
"Bitter Fruit" Harry Kraft enjoys his life as a charter pilot as the political situation in Guatemala begins heat up.
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Published July 2001 by DC
Go Directly to Hell! Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200.
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Harry Block [Harry Kraft]; Juan Ramirez; Jorge Ferrer; Alan Somers; Dantine; Carla Esperanza; Arturo DeSantiis; Rosa DeSantiis; General Manolo; DeLeon; Pedro Zavala
"Go Directly to Hell! Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200." The C.I.A. forces Harry into making an attempt to assassinate Rosa DeSantiis, the beloved wife of Guatemala’s ruler.
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Published July 2001 by DC

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Go Directly to Hell! Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200.
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Character Appearances
Harry Block [Harry Kraft]; Juan Ramirez; Jorge Ferrer; Alan Somers; Dantine; Carla Esperanza; Arturo DeSantiis; Rosa DeSantiis; General Manolo; DeLeon; Pedro Zavala
Storyline
"Go Directly to Hell! Do Not Pass Go, Do Not Collect $200." The C.I.A. forces Harry into making an attempt to assassinate Rosa DeSantiis, the beloved wife of Guatemala’s ruler.
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Published August 2001 by DC
Bananarama
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Rosa DeSanttis; Hary Block [Harry Kraft]; President Arturo DeSantiis; Juan Ramirez; Alan Somers; General Zavala; Dantine; Jorge Ferrer; Carla Esperanza; DeLeon; Selma
"Bananarama" Harry Kraft's Guatamalan adventure concludes.
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Published August 2001 by DC

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Bananarama
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin (painting) (signed)
Character Appearances
Rosa DeSanttis; Hary Block [Harry Kraft]; President Arturo DeSantiis; Juan Ramirez; Alan Somers; General Zavala; Dantine; Jorge Ferrer; Carla Esperanza; DeLeon; Selma
Storyline
"Bananarama" Harry Kraft's Guatamalan adventure concludes.
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Published September 2001 by DC
The Protector
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
John Van Fleet (painting)
Harry Kraft [Harry Block]; Marc Fairchild (actor); Hal (director); Jimmy Papadapoulos; Bill Andrea (screen-writer); Tina Wilks; Tim Wilks; Sam Tabackin; Don Michaels; Joey Leonard; Eloise; Ted McRand; Ray Kline; Mindy Marin; Brad Phelps; Tom Deacon; Eunice Deacon
"The Protector" Harry Kraft returns to his Harry Block identity and job as a security guard at a Hollywood studio.
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Published September 2001 by DC

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The Protector
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Cover Art
John Van Fleet (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft [Harry Block]; Marc Fairchild (actor); Hal (director); Jimmy Papadapoulos; Bill Andrea (screen-writer); Tina Wilks; Tim Wilks; Sam Tabackin; Don Michaels; Joey Leonard; Eloise; Ted McRand; Ray Kline; Mindy Marin; Brad Phelps; Tom Deacon; Eunice Deacon
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"The Protector" Harry Kraft returns to his Harry Block identity and job as a security guard at a Hollywood studio.
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Published October 2001 by DC
L.A. Woman
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming (p. 1-8, 11-18, 21-22); John Stokes (p. 9-10, 19-20)
John Van Fleet (painting)
Teresa; Harry Kraft; Tim Wilks; Tina Wilks; Ray Kline; Senator Ted McRand; Mindy Marin; Inez; Marc Fairchild (dies); Michael; Tom Deacon; Mrs. Andrea; Don Michaels; Sal (dies); Mickey Roach; Tony; Bill Andrea; Joey Leonard; Sam Tabackin; Evie; Dilys Brideshead; Bobby; Jack; Ted; Jimmy
"L.A. Woman"
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Published October 2001 by DC

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L.A. Woman
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming (p. 1-8, 11-18, 21-22); John Stokes (p. 9-10, 19-20)
Cover Art
John Van Fleet (painting)
Character Appearances
Teresa; Harry Kraft; Tim Wilks; Tina Wilks; Ray Kline; Senator Ted McRand; Mindy Marin; Inez; Marc Fairchild (dies); Michael; Tom Deacon; Mrs. Andrea; Don Michaels; Sal (dies); Mickey Roach; Tony; Bill Andrea; Joey Leonard; Sam Tabackin; Evie; Dilys Brideshead; Bobby; Jack; Ted; Jimmy
Storyline
"L.A. Woman"
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Published November 2001 by DC
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Dick Giordano
John Van Fleet (painting)
Harry Kraft [Harry Block]; Ray Kline; Mindy Marin; Inez; Joey Leonard; Don Michaels; Eloise; Mickey Roach; Anthony (mobster); Tina Wilks; Tim Wilks; Tom Deacon; Sam Tabackin; Jimmy Papadopolis; Ted McRand; Eunice Deacon
"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" Harry Kraft agrees to help Mindy Marin when her child is kidnapped.
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Published November 2001 by DC

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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Dick Giordano
Cover Art
John Van Fleet (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft [Harry Block]; Ray Kline; Mindy Marin; Inez; Joey Leonard; Don Michaels; Eloise; Mickey Roach; Anthony (mobster); Tina Wilks; Tim Wilks; Tom Deacon; Sam Tabackin; Jimmy Papadopolis; Ted McRand; Eunice Deacon
Storyline
"No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" Harry Kraft agrees to help Mindy Marin when her child is kidnapped.
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Published December 2001 by DC
Meet Me at Third and Fairfax
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
John Van Fleet (painting)
Harry Kraft [Harry Block]; Tim Wilks; Eloise; Joey Leonard; Mindy Marin; Inez; Jimmy Papadopolis; Micky Roach; Ted McRand; Anthony (Mobster); Theresa Marin; Eunice Deacon; Tom Deacon; Tony Andrea; Tina Wilks
"Meet Me at Third and Fairfax" Harry Kraft rescues Theresa Marin from her kidnappers.
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Published December 2001 by DC

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Meet Me at Third and Fairfax
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Howard Chaykin (thumbnails); Marc Laming
Cover Art
John Van Fleet (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft [Harry Block]; Tim Wilks; Eloise; Joey Leonard; Mindy Marin; Inez; Jimmy Papadopolis; Micky Roach; Ted McRand; Anthony (Mobster); Theresa Marin; Eunice Deacon; Tom Deacon; Tony Andrea; Tina Wilks
Storyline
"Meet Me at Third and Fairfax" Harry Kraft rescues Theresa Marin from her kidnappers.
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Published January 2002 by DC
Route 66
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Warren Pleece
John Van Fleet (painting)
Harry Kraft; Frank Toblanski; Laura Toblanski; Burt
"Route 66" Harry gets framed for robbery at a little diner on Route 66.
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Published January 2002 by DC

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Story Title
Route 66
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Warren Pleece
Cover Art
John Van Fleet (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Frank Toblanski; Laura Toblanski; Burt
Storyline
"Route 66" Harry gets framed for robbery at a little diner on Route 66.
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Published February 2002 by DC
Spirits in the Night [White Lightning 1 of 4]
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Marc Laming
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Lorelei Pitt; Wallace Pitt; Aunt Meg; Sheriff Matthew Falk; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Dusty; Ruby; Sam Gideon; Kenny; Willard; Teddy; Zeke; Earl; Jefferson; Butler; Carnes; Teddy
"Spirits in the Night [White Lightning 1 of 4]" Harry settles into his new job as deputy of Newton, North Carolina.
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Published February 2002 by DC

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Spirits in the Night [White Lightning 1 of 4]
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Marc Laming
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Lorelei Pitt; Wallace Pitt; Aunt Meg; Sheriff Matthew Falk; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Dusty; Ruby; Sam Gideon; Kenny; Willard; Teddy; Zeke; Earl; Jefferson; Butler; Carnes; Teddy
Storyline
"Spirits in the Night [White Lightning 1 of 4]" Harry settles into his new job as deputy of Newton, North Carolina.
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Published March 2002 by DC
White Lightning [White Lightning 2 of 4]
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Marc Laming
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Lorelei Pitt; Wallace Pitt; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Sheriff Matthew Faulk; Zeke; Betty; Mayor; Jack; Aunt Meg; Derek; Trent; Manny; Jefferson; Earl; Sam Gideon; Carnes; Butler; Nancy; Kenny; Willard; Tricia
"White Lightning [White Lightning 2 of 4]" Wallace Pitt organizes the local moonshiners into a consortium.
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Published March 2002 by DC

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White Lightning [White Lightning 2 of 4]
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Marc Laming
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Lorelei Pitt; Wallace Pitt; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Sheriff Matthew Faulk; Zeke; Betty; Mayor; Jack; Aunt Meg; Derek; Trent; Manny; Jefferson; Earl; Sam Gideon; Carnes; Butler; Nancy; Kenny; Willard; Tricia
Storyline
"White Lightning [White Lightning 2 of 4]" Wallace Pitt organizes the local moonshiners into a consortium.
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Published April 2002 by DC
The Road to Hell [White Lightning 3 of 4]
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Luke Ross
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Lorelei Pitt; Wallace Pitt; Jack; Pete; Aunt Meg; Tricia; Trent; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Carnes; Butler; Zeke; Willard; Earl
"The Road to Hell [White Lightning 3 of 4]" Harry and Terry are ambushed when they are chasing down some moonshiners and are forced to go into hiding.
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The Road to Hell [White Lightning 3 of 4]
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Luke Ross
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Lorelei Pitt; Wallace Pitt; Jack; Pete; Aunt Meg; Tricia; Trent; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Carnes; Butler; Zeke; Willard; Earl
Storyline
"The Road to Hell [White Lightning 3 of 4]" Harry and Terry are ambushed when they are chasing down some moonshiners and are forced to go into hiding.
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Published May 2002 by DC
Deliverance! [White Lightning 4 of 4]
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Marc Laming
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Aunt Meg; Tricia; Carnes; Butler; Lorelei Pitt; Trent; Wallace Pitt; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Zeke; Earl; Willard
"Deliverance! [White Lightning 4 of 4]" Harry and Terry take down the moonshiners.
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Deliverance! [White Lightning 4 of 4]
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Marc Laming
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Aunt Meg; Tricia; Carnes; Butler; Lorelei Pitt; Trent; Wallace Pitt; Terry Gilmore (ATF Agent); Zeke; Earl; Willard
Storyline
"Deliverance! [White Lightning 4 of 4]" Harry and Terry take down the moonshiners.
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Published June 2002 by DC
An American in Paris [An American in Paris 1 of 3]
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Luke Ross
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Buddy O’Brien; Marie; Etienne Duchamp; Alexander; Jean; Monsieur Girard; Angelique Dubois; Mendes; Frederic Ajani
"An American in Paris [An American in Paris 1 of 3]" After running into an old acquaintance in Paris, Harry becomes involved in a counterfeit art operation.
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Published June 2002 by DC

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An American in Paris [An American in Paris 1 of 3]
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Luke Ross
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Buddy O’Brien; Marie; Etienne Duchamp; Alexander; Jean; Monsieur Girard; Angelique Dubois; Mendes; Frederic Ajani
Storyline
"An American in Paris [An American in Paris 1 of 3]" After running into an old acquaintance in Paris, Harry becomes involved in a counterfeit art operation.
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Published July 2002 by DC
Pardon My French [An American In Paris 2 of 3]
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Luke Ross (Page 1-8,10-22); John Stokes (Page 9)
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Jean; Monsieur Girard; Monsieur Duchamp; Angelique Dubois; Mendes; Buddy O'Brien; Mademoiselle Marie; Mr. Mason; Monsieur Alexander
"Pardon My French [An American In Paris 2 of 3]" Duchamp's counterfiet painting scheme begins to unravel.
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Published July 2002 by DC

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Pardon My French [An American In Paris 2 of 3]
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Luke Ross (Page 1-8,10-22); John Stokes (Page 9)
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Jean; Monsieur Girard; Monsieur Duchamp; Angelique Dubois; Mendes; Buddy O'Brien; Mademoiselle Marie; Mr. Mason; Monsieur Alexander
Storyline
"Pardon My French [An American In Paris 2 of 3]" Duchamp's counterfiet painting scheme begins to unravel.
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Published August 2002 by DC
Merde Happens [An American in Paris 3 of 3]
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Luke Ross
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Buddy O’Brien; Etienne Duchamp; Alexander; Jean; Angelique Dubois; Jacques; Marie; Frederic Ajani
"Merde Happens [An American in Paris 3 of 3]" Harry helps his friend, Buddy, who is CIA, take down the counterfeit painting operation in exchange for having the CIA remove all record of Harry Block and Harry Kraft.
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Merde Happens [An American in Paris 3 of 3]
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Luke Ross
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Buddy O’Brien; Etienne Duchamp; Alexander; Jean; Angelique Dubois; Jacques; Marie; Frederic Ajani
Storyline
"Merde Happens [An American in Paris 3 of 3]" Harry helps his friend, Buddy, who is CIA, take down the counterfeit painting operation in exchange for having the CIA remove all record of Harry Block and Harry Kraft.
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Published September 2002 by DC
Coming Home
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Mark Laming
Jim Silke (painting)
Harry Kraft; Detective Michael Giambone; Brigitte; Freckles; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician); Detective Tommy McFadden; Carlyle; Ethlie; Liz McFadden; Beth
"Coming Home" Harry Kraft returns to his hometown of Chicago.
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Published September 2002 by DC

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Story Title
Coming Home
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Mark Laming
Cover Art
Jim Silke (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Detective Michael Giambone; Brigitte; Freckles; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician); Detective Tommy McFadden; Carlyle; Ethlie; Liz McFadden; Beth
Storyline
"Coming Home" Harry Kraft returns to his hometown of Chicago.
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Published October 2002 by DC
Beth Wish
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Marc Laming
Jim Silke (painting)
Harry Kraft; Beth Block; Ethlie Dennison; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Officer Willson; Wermer (parol officer); Brigitte; Freckles; Sunny; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician)
"Beth Wish" Harry introduces Ethlie to jazz musician Arthur Combs, and Beth comes to Harry with a proposition: she will forget he is alive if he gets rid of two detectives that are shaking her down.
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Published October 2002 by DC

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Beth Wish
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Marc Laming
Cover Art
Jim Silke (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Beth Block; Ethlie Dennison; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Officer Willson; Wermer (parol officer); Brigitte; Freckles; Sunny; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician)
Storyline
"Beth Wish" Harry introduces Ethlie to jazz musician Arthur Combs, and Beth comes to Harry with a proposition: she will forget he is alive if he gets rid of two detectives that are shaking her down.
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Published November 2002 by DC
Things To Do In Chicago When You're Dead
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Luke Ross
Jim Silke (Painting)
Harry Kraft; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Demsky; Ethlie; Rob Clurk; Arthur Combs (Jazz musician); Wermer (Parole Officer); Brigitte; Candy; Freckles; Beth; Liz McFadden; Jenkins (Accountant); Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Officer Wilson; Carlyle
"Things To Do In Chicago When You're Dead" Harry's plan to catch his brother's killers begins to come together.
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Things To Do In Chicago When You're Dead
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Luke Ross
Cover Art
Jim Silke (Painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Demsky; Ethlie; Rob Clurk; Arthur Combs (Jazz musician); Wermer (Parole Officer); Brigitte; Candy; Freckles; Beth; Liz McFadden; Jenkins (Accountant); Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Officer Wilson; Carlyle
Storyline
"Things To Do In Chicago When You're Dead" Harry's plan to catch his brother's killers begins to come together.
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Published January 2003 by DC
The Night Chicago Died
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Marc Laming
Jim Silke (painted) (signed)
Harry Kraft; Beth Block; Ethlie Dennison; Rob Clurk; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Patrolman Willson; Wermer (parole officer); Lieutenant Eddie Danvers; Brigitte; Freckles; Sunny; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician)
"The Night Chicago Died" As Harry makes plans to kill two birds with one stone by getting rid of Detectives Giambone and McFadden as well as Arthur’s crooked parole officer, Wermer, makes Beth plans to double-cross Harry.
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Story Title
The Night Chicago Died
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Marc Laming
Cover Art
Jim Silke (painted) (signed)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Beth Block; Ethlie Dennison; Rob Clurk; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Patrolman Willson; Wermer (parole officer); Lieutenant Eddie Danvers; Brigitte; Freckles; Sunny; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician)
Storyline
"The Night Chicago Died" As Harry makes plans to kill two birds with one stone by getting rid of Detectives Giambone and McFadden as well as Arthur’s crooked parole officer, Wermer, makes Beth plans to double-cross Harry.
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Published February 2003 by DC
The "C" Word
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Marc Lamimg; Lan Medina
Jim Silke (painting)
Harry Kraft; Beth Block; Ethlie Dennison; Rob Clurk; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Patrolman Willson; Wermer (parole officer); Carlyle; Brigitte; Freckles; Sunny; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician)
"The "C" Word" Wermer, Detective Giambone and Detective McFadden die in a hail of bullets, Arthur and Ethlie leave Chicago for Los Angeles, Beth is left empty-handed, and Harry pays his final respects to his deceased brother, Samuel.
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Story Title
The "C" Word
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Marc Lamimg; Lan Medina
Cover Art
Jim Silke (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Beth Block; Ethlie Dennison; Rob Clurk; Detective Michael Giambone; Detective Tommy McFadden; Patrolman Willson; Wermer (parole officer); Carlyle; Brigitte; Freckles; Sunny; Candy; Ray Baker (Jazz musician); Theodore Roosevelt (Jazz musician); Arthur Combs (Jazz musician)
Storyline
"The "C" Word" Wermer, Detective Giambone and Detective McFadden die in a hail of bullets, Arthur and Ethlie leave Chicago for Los Angeles, Beth is left empty-handed, and Harry pays his final respects to his deceased brother, Samuel.
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Published March 2003 by DC
Tramps, Part 1
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Luke Ross
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Red Dog; Mississippi Jack; Calvin; Filly; Stosh; Prospero; Walter Sommers; Mary Sommers; Faith; Bale
"Tramps, Part 1" Harry tramps by rail to Charity, Ohio, where he involves himself in the death of a hobo named Doc.
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Published March 2003 by DC

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Story Title
Tramps, Part 1
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Luke Ross
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Red Dog; Mississippi Jack; Calvin; Filly; Stosh; Prospero; Walter Sommers; Mary Sommers; Faith; Bale
Storyline
"Tramps, Part 1" Harry tramps by rail to Charity, Ohio, where he involves himself in the death of a hobo named Doc.
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Published April 2003 by DC
Tramps, Part 2
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Luke Ross
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Red Dog; Mississippi Jack; Calvin; Filly; Stosh; Prospero; Walter Sommers; Mary Sommers; Faith; Bale; Miller
"Tramps, Part 2" Harry uncovers Doc’s killer.
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Published April 2003 by DC

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Story Title
Tramps, Part 2
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Luke Ross
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Red Dog; Mississippi Jack; Calvin; Filly; Stosh; Prospero; Walter Sommers; Mary Sommers; Faith; Bale; Miller
Storyline
"Tramps, Part 2" Harry uncovers Doc’s killer.
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Published July 2003 by DC
Even Cowgirls Get The Jews
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
John Severin
Howard Chaykin (Painting)
Jakob Bloch; Carsey; John Twelvetrees; Bonnie Overton; Noble Stewart; Noah Stewart; Wendell Overton; Rose; Paul Stewart; Peter Stewart; Charlemagne Rasmussen
"Even Cowgirls Get The Jews" Jakob Bloch travels to Kansas looking for money owed to him by Wendell Overton.
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Published July 2003 by DC

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Story Title
Even Cowgirls Get The Jews
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
John Severin
Cover Art
Howard Chaykin (Painting)
Character Appearances
Jakob Bloch; Carsey; John Twelvetrees; Bonnie Overton; Noble Stewart; Noah Stewart; Wendell Overton; Rose; Paul Stewart; Peter Stewart; Charlemagne Rasmussen
Storyline
"Even Cowgirls Get The Jews" Jakob Bloch travels to Kansas looking for money owed to him by Wendell Overton.
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Published August 2003 by DC
Bite the Big Apple
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Lan Medina
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Clement Sticke; Gloria Klein; Nicholas Karamazov; Eddy Baldwin; Jack Wolfe; Dean; Phil Becker; Sam Giovinazzo; Tiny Tim; Half-Pint; Tarzana Jane; Bazooka Joan
"Bite the Big Apple" Harry travels to New York City and becomes a writer at Sunburst comics.
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Published August 2003 by DC

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Story Title
Bite the Big Apple
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Lan Medina
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Clement Sticke; Gloria Klein; Nicholas Karamazov; Eddy Baldwin; Jack Wolfe; Dean; Phil Becker; Sam Giovinazzo; Tiny Tim; Half-Pint; Tarzana Jane; Bazooka Joan
Storyline
"Bite the Big Apple" Harry travels to New York City and becomes a writer at Sunburst comics.
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Published September 2003 by DC
A Match Made in Heaven
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Lan Medina
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Clement Sticke; Gloria Klein; Nicholas Karamazov; Eddy Baldwin; Jack Wolfe; Phil Becker; Sam; Tiny Tim; Minutiae; Mindy Martin; Inez
"A Match Made in Heaven" Harry renews his acquaintance with movie starlet Mindy Martin, who is starring in a Broadway musical. Harry’s neighbor, midget wrester Tiny Tim, is killed for refusing to throw his world championship match.
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Published September 2003 by DC

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Story Title
A Match Made in Heaven
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Lan Medina
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Clement Sticke; Gloria Klein; Nicholas Karamazov; Eddy Baldwin; Jack Wolfe; Phil Becker; Sam; Tiny Tim; Minutiae; Mindy Martin; Inez
Storyline
"A Match Made in Heaven" Harry renews his acquaintance with movie starlet Mindy Martin, who is starring in a Broadway musical. Harry’s neighbor, midget wrester Tiny Tim, is killed for refusing to throw his world championship match.
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Published October 2003 by DC
Secret Origins
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Lan Medina
Glen Orbik (painting)
Harry Kraft; Clement Sticke; Gloria Klein; Nicholas Karamazov; Eddy Baldwin; Jack Wolfe; Dean; Phil Becker; Sam Giovinazzo; Tarzana Jane; Bazooka Joan; Mindy Martin
"Secret Origins" Harry avenges Tiny Tim’s death as comic book character Dr. Dream and he has Mindy Martin provide an alibi for him to the police.
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Published October 2003 by DC

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Story Title
Secret Origins
Writer
Howard Chaykin; David Tischman
Interior Art
Lan Medina
Cover Art
Glen Orbik (painting)
Character Appearances
Harry Kraft; Clement Sticke; Gloria Klein; Nicholas Karamazov; Eddy Baldwin; Jack Wolfe; Dean; Phil Becker; Sam Giovinazzo; Tarzana Jane; Bazooka Joan; Mindy Martin
Storyline
"Secret Origins" Harry avenges Tiny Tim’s death as comic book character Dr. Dream and he has Mindy Martin provide an alibi for him to the police.
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