"Renegade, Part One": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
- Stupid, ain't it, Adam...? But a guilty feeling come over me. I hadda check none of these squatter fucks was you! Ain't hardly likely, I know... but I always got this dream I'm gonna run into you some day, brother. Be just my shit luck if I shot you dead, after missin' you all these years.
- — Ethan McWhirter
Appearing in "Renegade, Part One"
- Ethan Joseph McWhirter (also called Squinty)
- Adam McWhirter (Ethan's twin) (Flashback only)
- Boyd (Ethan's partner) (Only appearance; dies)
- Johnson "J.J." Johnson (Marshall's son)
- Black Ayatollahs (Sharia Law government)
- Mister Taggart (convict mercenary recruiter)
- Allah (invoked)
- Drosnin (mercenary)
- Feminazis (Mentioned only)
- Ghost Face Subway Gang (Mentioned only)
- Kaoteks / Injuns (Mentioned only)
- Marshall G. Johnson (Mentioned only)
- McWhirters (Adam & Ethan's adopted parents) (Flashback only)
- Muhammar Quadaffi Jackson (political prisoner)
- Officer Fourteen (law enforcement)
- California (2020) (Flashback only)
- Free Islamic City of Detroit (2020)
- Greater Republic of Texas (2020) (Mentioned only)
- New Montana Territory of Freemen (2020)
- Free Justice Range (game ranch)
Synopsis for "Renegade, Part One"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- 2020 Visions is a twelve-issue limited series published under DC Comics' Vertigo imprint. The entire series was collected in a black and white hardcover volume published by Speakeasy Comics.
- This issue doesn't outright say it, but strongly implies that the twins Adam & Ethan are the children given up by Jack Atlanta, who was protagonist of the book's second arc. This makes them the grandchildren of Alex Woycheck, who was protagonist of the first arc.
Links and References
- 2020 Visions article at Wikipedia
- 2020 Visions series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Jamie Delano article at Wikipedia