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Young TV news journalist Ginger Coffee is abducted ON AIR moments before speaking with a mob informant, prepared to bring down the crime sydicate. The Spirit rushes to save her, as do the police. However, she has made a call to the station and left the line open, and the station is playing the audio on air. Unfortunately for our hero, the kidnapper happens to be watching. It becomes a race: who will get to The Spirit and Ginger first, the Cops or the Mob?

This is Darwyn Cooke's attempt to tell the tales of a man we know and love, Will Eisner's The Spirit.



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The Spirit Lives!!! 0

As a fan of classic comics, i always am disappointed when I see a classic character fade into history. This is often the case, as time wounds all heroes. Or something like that. Anyways, when a character has gone into the dark abyss that is history, you rarely get to see them again. This is not the case in this scenario. Will Eisner's The Spirit, a popular character in the 40s, seemed to lose popularity with fans. Oh, yes there were still fans who longed for the classic hero. But the general con...

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