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It was 1971, and the political landscape was marked by Vietnam, the Black Panthers, and more. College students joined activist groups like the Weathermen to bring about social change - by force if necessary. Now, 30 years later, the dream is dead, and someone's killing former Weathermen for forgetting their ideals. But in a mystery filled with shifting politics and former allegiances, where does Human Target Christopher Chance - a man searching for his own identity - fit in?
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Subterranean Homesick Blues 0

What is great about Human Target is no one is safe Peter Milligan's social commentary shy hybrid thriller.  In this three issue arc, Chances takes on "Middle" America and the extreme political views some people have.  Most of this issue is the set up, there is a terrorist group known as "The Weathermen", who got there name after the Bob Dylan song "Subterranean Homesick Blues". I'll will include the lyrics below: SPOILER WARNING: Click here to reveal hidden content.Subterranean Homesick Blues...

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