100 Bullets Issue 096

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100 Bullets
100 Bullets 013-001.jpg
Series 100 Bullets
Issue no. 096
Release date 2008
Country United States
Studio Vertigo
Writer Brian Azzarello
Eduardo Risso
Artist Eduardo Risso
Dave Johnson
Grant Goleash
Patricia Mulvihill
No. of scenes 1
Damsels Isabelle "Dizzy" Cordova
Bindings Tape
Page no. 188

100 Bullets is a pulp/noir Series set primarily in modern day USA. It follows several characters with intermingling story strands. Citing from Wikipedia: "The core concept of 100 Bullets is based on the question of people willing to act on the desire of violent revenge if given the means, opportunity, and a reasonable chance to succeed. Many of the first issues involve the mysterious Agent Graves approaching someone who has been a victim of a terrible wrong. Graves gives them the opportunity to take revenge by providing a handgun, 100 bullets, and documentation about the primary target responsible for their woes. He informs the candidate the bullets are completely untraceable by any law enforcement investigation, and as soon as they are found at any crime scene, investigations will immediately cease.

Although all the revenge murders enabled by Agent Graves are presented as justifiable, the candidates are neither rewarded nor punished for accepting the offer other than their own personal satisfaction. Several people decline, but others who accept find varied success or failure. The attaché and Graves' "games" are later revealed to be only a minor part of a much broader story."


In Issue 96, Lono has abducted Dizzy during a chance meeting at Javier Vasco´s Estate where she was part of Agent Grave´s entourage and he of Augustus Medici´s. Part fuelled by revenge for Dizzy killing Mr. Shepherd, part because Benito Medici asked him to deliver a Minuteman to him, he decided to abduct her. He eventually overwhelms her after some back and fourth during which several of Javiers guards are killed. Throwing her into a car after knocking her out. He binds her with tape and pulls a cloth hood over her head, hiding her in the trunk of his car.

When Lono delivers Dizzy, beaten and battered, to Benito Medici the latter is outraged, as he has taken a liking to her and shoots Lono through the cheeks without warning.

Note:Pagecount is from the Collected Edition Vol.13, german edition.