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Huntress continues to get therapy but is upset that no one is willing to step op to these criminals.  The Huntress should be careful what she asks for because she in none to happy when the Waterfront Warrior shows up.  Meanwhile the Brick Wall moves in on Tony the Gut territory and has the reality television host Mike Cobb set up a race riot on his show live.  This is all to lower the property value of the area so Brick Wall can buy up the business in the area and set up condos.

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Stepping it up 0

I liked this issue and it is a real step up from the last issue.  The last issue was a transition from everything before to what it is now.  This book is like a new beginning.  Out with the old in with the new.  Almost every character from issue thirteen and lower don't show up again in the rest of the series.  The book presents the most realistic superhero ever.  The Waterfront Warrior.  Yeah, he is just some guy who wears a homemade costume but it is way more realistic than what Huntress wear...

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