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Though seemingly popular with his constituents, Governor Brill runs his (un-named) state like a banana-republic dictatorship, complete with uniformed thugs. Glenn Howard (GB) finds that the source of his power may have bigger political stakes in mind.
Dan Farrell (RS) investigates a consumer advocate who is currently masterminding an expose of the fish-canning industry. When several attempts are made on his life, the advertisers come under suspicion.
Publisher Glenn Howard (GB), whilst driving along a California road, suddenly loses consciousness and awakes to find himself whisked away from the world he knows in 1971. He finds himself in an alarming futuristic society beneath the Earth's surface, circa 2017. The powers-that-be in this subterranean world refuse to answer his many questions as to what has happened on the surface.moreless
A district attorney up for a judgeship is deemed unfit for the appointment. Reporter Lewis Corbett (PF) investigates.
Glenn Howard (GB) is instrumental in discrediting a corrupt politician. Seeking revenge, the politician orders a young hard-case to romance Howard's impressionable 17-year-old niece. The plan is to involve the girl in a scandal and ruin Howard and his magazine.
Dan Farrell (RS) looks into a strange bombing incident, which has killed an odd-ball artist.
As Dillon's investigations continue, Billy Baker begins to unravel - he even has a breakdown whilst on stage.
Jeff Dillon (TF) is back in his old neighborhood in New York's "Little Italy", Dillon hopes to take a break from his hectic responsibilities and recapture "something real" from his younger days. Unfortunately, he is bombarded by pain and disillusionment from every side: his stepmother is gravely ill, and her son is deeply involved with drug dealing.moreless