Bad Timing (Strontium Dog, Book 1)

Bad Timing (Strontium Dog, Book 1)

Rebecca Levene

Language: English

Pages: 158

ISBN: B000K75CH4

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Strontium Dog, Book 1

“I'll take you dead or alive. They're going to kill you anyway – may as well try your luck.” Warped by the twisted effects of Strontium 90 fallout, mutants are a victimised underclass on Earth. Denied normal work, many have taken the one job too dirty for norms: bounty-hunting. Across the expanding frontier of space, they hunt the criminals too dangerous for the Galactic Crime Commission. Johnny Alpha is one such Strontium Dog and his latest assignment takes him to Epsilon 5 – a quarantined planet where time has sped up to four-hundred times its normal rate. Johnny is in a literal race against time to avoid all manner of dangers and find his prey before he ages to death!Explosive all new stories from the future-shocked worlds of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic – 2000 AD! Also available: Prophet Margin, Ruthless, Day of the Dogs, A Fistful of Strontium.

Johnny Alpha, a mutant thanks to strontium rain, and a mismatched band of fellow strontium mutants, are hired by Don "Chick" Delater, a mutant crime boss and psychopath, to track down his former partner and, to ensure their success, implants micro bombs within each of the bounty hunters

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blood of norm babies into his bread-" Middenface flicked the control on the panel, and the screen changed to show a different reporter, a woman this time, but still with that same bland smugness they seemed to teach in journalism college. She smiled, revealing startlingly white teeth. "Controversy continues over who exactly is responsible for the explosion six months ago of a time bomb on Epsilon 5, the planet now commonly known as 'Speed.' Conspiracy theorists blame President Hillary the Third,

glow of his eyes. Then a spear of lighting lanced down only a few hundred metres behind him, and for a moment he was silhouetted by a brilliant blue light. It made him appear taller, more menacing and more jagged, like an illustration of an evil spirit in the kind of children's book that used to scare the socks off Johnny when he still thought he was a normal little boy. In the same flare of light, Johnny saw a strange, many-limbed shape leaping towards O'Blarney's back like a giant spider.

lean it up against the bank here, then I can heave it ontae my shoulder an' toss it over the river. Like a caber," he added at their blank looks. "And this was your plan?" One-Eyed Jack said incredulously. "Aye," Middenface said. He glared round at all the others. "Why, is anyone sayin' I'm nae man enough tae dae it?" Nobody answered him directly. They didn't have to; their expression spoke for them. Middenface sighed. "Folks ha' got no faith these days. Awright, if ye're all tae feeble too

with the next room, where the trap was. She hesitated in the doorway, sniffing the air, but there was nothing to smell: not the slight hint of dynamite that she had been able to detect in the previous room once she knew to search for it, no whiff of O'Blarney's distinctive machine smell, nothing. Maybe it was because of the strange structure of the place. The whole place, the walls, the floor, the delicate chairs and tables scattered throughout it looked like they were made of glass. In other

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