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Collecting the Vertigo title that inspired the upcoming Fox TV series! Christopher Chance makes his living by turning himself into a human target. A master of disguise, he cunningly takes on the appearance and persona of men and women with contracts out against them. But when a routine assignment to impersonate an African-American minister with a bounty on his head goes south, Chance finds himself caught between a lethal assassin and a vicious gang war. After the assignment changes his life completely, Chance's next adventure takes him into the world of Hollywood as he impersonates an aging actor to find a missing boy and flirts with the idea of leaving his dangerous life behind him. This volume collects the original 4-issue Vertigo HUMAN TARGET miniseries with art by Edvin Biukovic along with the follow-up, standalone, 96-page HUMAN TARGET: FINAL CUT OGN with art by Javier Pulido (ROBIN: YEAR ONE).

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Screw the TV Human Target, This is My Chance 0

Peter Milligan is a master of re-imagining, he did it first with Steve Ditko's (Spider-Man, The Creeper) Shade, The Changing Manand now he did it with Len Wein's (Swamp Thing, Wolverine) Human Target.  No one does the conflict of the id and ego better then Peter Milligan, his best stories are those that have a conflict with "identity".   The TV show version of Christopher Chance is a normal bodyguard from what I picked up from the action packed show.  One problem I have with the show version, is...

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