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"Call Me Jail Bait!": Franky and Johnny are two juvenile punks who are always causing trouble. A new girl named "Candi" comes to town and the three teenagers begin to pal around. She then loses interest with the boys and becomes a local mobster's girl. They try

Greyshirt: Indigo Sunset #2 is an issue of the series Greyshirt: Indigo Sunset (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 2002. It was published on November 14, 2001.

Appearing in "Call Me Jail Bait!"

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Supporting Characters:

  • A Teen-aged Johnny Apollo
  • Candice "Candi" Lovelace

Antagonists:

  • The Lure (In dream sequence only)
  • Spatz Katz and his henchmen
    • Muckstick
    • Whitey

Other Characters:

  • Carmine Cabone
  • Lips Lafayette
  • Plato Plutarch
  • Police Captain O'Riordhan
  • Sonny

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Synopsis for "Call Me Jail Bait!"

Franky and Johnny are two juvenile punks who are always causing trouble. A new girl named "Candi" comes to town and the three teenagers begin to pal around. She then loses interest with the boys and becomes a local mobster's girl. They try to rescue her, but it turns out she wants to stay with the old mobster, as she's always fantasized about being the next voluptuous vigilante in Indigo City.

Appearing in "Swiped!"

Featured Characters:

  • Bernard Novak

Supporting Characters:

  • Andy Savannah (Dies)

Antagonists:

  • Cookie
  • The Zoo (Dies)

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Synopsis for "Swiped!"

A famous Pop Artist makes a name for himself painting large panels from old gangster comics. He then kidnaps the original comic artist and forces him to be his assistant. The assistant goes along with it for awhile, but becomes jealous that he's not receiving any of the credit. He plans to kill the Pop Artist, but then two thugs bust into the studio, with a kidnapped Greyshirt, who was tailing them. During the tussle, one of the mobsters and the Pop Artist are shot. The cops come, Greyshirt leaves and the comic artist continues his career ghosting for other artist.

Notes

  • "Andy Savannah," is portraying the King of Pop Art, Andy Warhol, though his "large comic panels" resemble Roy Lichtenstein's.

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