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Rory Regan has long struggled to reconcile the burden he carries as the Ragman, protector of society's forgotten, with his own strained faith growing up in the home of his father. His father was the Ragman before Rory and it is his father's faith and honor he is worried about.

The souls he has consigned to redeem themselves within his mystic suit may have the answers he needs. What lies beyond, and what about the mysteries kept from him by his own father? Christos Gage (STORMWATCH: PHD, Avengers: The Initiative) and Stephen Segovia (Wolverine) provide a look inside one of the DC Universes' most peculiar Super Heroes in this standalone one-shot!

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"He Stopped Being Ragman...And Why He Never Stopped Being A Hero" 0

I know I am in a minority for this comic, because I enjoyed it.  Most people will tell you it is mediocre and nothing ground-breaking, that is what happens when you write Ragman, you are at a disadvantage.  Ragman doesn't have a huge fan base in any standard, for a character that has been around as long as he has, he has been handled horribly by DC Comics.  Being a "Fringe" character is hard enough, but then put him in Gotham, forget establishing him in Batman's neighborhood.   Christos N. Gage ...

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