When Alan Moore was *not* crap? (Violator: The World, Pt 2)
I've changed the title for this one entry because most of the people who commented on Violator Part 1 said they actually thought it was good. In some cases, very good. Personall, I don't see it.
I'm surprised because the second half of the Violator Vs. Badrock mini-series had a very similar tone to this, but the comments to that were almost uniformly negative.
When we left off, Violator's four brothers (who want to kill him) had gotten into a fight with the mercenary the Admonisher (who also wants to kill him).
Back at the fight, Vaporizer tosses the Admonisher down his mouth.
His idea is to go to Spawn for help. I'm wondering if someone can help me out here. Violator is brought before Spawn by three homeless men who are implied to be famous dead people believed to be alive by conspiracy theorists. Two are Elvis and Jimmy Hoffa, but the third is a "Mr. Hughes." Who's that?
Re-powered, his first order of business is to rip up his brother Vandalizer. The other three had fallen down a hole with the the Admonisher. ("Remember basic demon safety training! Try to land on a baby carriage!")
His second order of business is revenge on mob boss Tony T.
The Admonisher catches up to them then. "AAAAGH! Guys, he's back... and this time it's personal!"