FIGHTING AMERICAN (1994) (#1-6) (DC) #3 - Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Fighting American (1994) #3
"No Hope for Misanthropes" is written by Dave Rawson and Pat McGreal with art by Greg LaRocque and Richard Space. In keeping with the tradition of the 1950s Joe Simon/Jack Kirby comic, this 1990s version of the Fighting American provides social satire along with its comic book action. While F.A. and the new Speedboy train at facilities provided by the National Security Department, a dastardly plot is being hatched in the nation's capital.

Fat, sweating and always hunger, Gross National Product is always on the lookout for new opportunities to feed his voracious appetite. Possessing incredible powers of persuasion that play on Americans' greed and divisiveness, this base villain manages to orchestrate a nationwide riot as petty annoyances between family, friends and neighbors suddenly turn violent. With his stylish fop of an assistant Def Izzit, Gross National Product is having the time of his life. That is, until F.A. makes a televised appeal for national unity! Yeah right, like that's going to work!

GCD Data

Title: No Hope for Misanthropes

Featuring: Fighting American

Credits: Dave Rawson & Pat McGreal (Script), Greg LaRocque (Pencils), Richard Space (Inks), Robbie Busch (Colors), Clem Robins (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: FIGHTING AMERICAN (1994) (#1-6) (DC)
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3 - - - (6.00) (7.00) 8.00

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