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"No Rest for the Weary": Edwin Alva shows Hardware footage of Fred Bentson and explains his inter-dimensional somnambulism and that this condition is being researched at an Alva Industries subsidiary. This leads into Hardware donning his

Hardware #17 is an issue of the series Hardware (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1994.

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Synopsis for "No Rest for the Weary"

Edwin Alva shows Hardware footage of Fred Bentson and explains his inter-dimensional somnambulism and that this condition is being researched at an Alva Industries subsidiary. This leads into Hardware donning his nanite armor and reflecting on how fascinating he finds dreams and nightmares.

Alva convinces Hardware to follow Bentson into this other world, later revealed for the purpose of exploiting its resources to rule over both worlds. In a now destroyed Metropolis, following the events of "Fall of Metropolis" Hardware thwarts a guerrilla military generals would be rape of a woman. Following this hardware sees his reflection and sees John Henry Irons. In shock he smashes the mirror showing his family expressing their disappointment in him and Alva stating he was more like his child than his actual children were. The issue ends with Hardware realizing he was now living one of his own nightmares, waking Bentson, and returning them both to Dakota. Hardware hands Alva a Metropolis newspaper which is met with wicked delight.



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This issue is related to the Worlds Collide crossover event, bringing together the mainstream DC Universe characters with those of Milestone Media.

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