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In the psychological thriller HUMAN TARGET: FINAL CUT, Christopher Chance, a unique bodyguard that assumes the identity of the person that he is protecting, finds himself caught in a tangled web of Hollywood deceit, drugs and duplicity. While posing as an elderly film actor, the Human Target successfully takes down and kills the man who has been extorting aging thespians. But when Chance learns that the extortionist has also kidnapped a child actor, the master of disguise must impersonate his dead victim in order to find the boy before he dies of starvation. Entering into a world of veiled loyalties and shattered dreams, Chance looks to have taken on his final role as he slips dangerously deep into his fake identity and begins to lose his own sense of self.

Part One: How to Succeed in Hollywood!

Part Two: An Actor Prepares

Part Three: Crossing the Line

Part Four: The Treatment

A tale about kidnap and betrayal



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Final Cut for the "Face Off" 0

One of the many strengths an Original Graphic Novel (OGN) has is that its page count is set.  A writer can decide how he wants to pace a story, this Human Target story is a good example of it, Peter Milligan breaks the story down into 4 chapters and each chapter reads at its own pace.  This OGN is the sequel to the first Human Target Vertigo series.  It has been collected as well into the Human Target: Chance Meetings trade for those interested about this book.  As a Sequel, this story makes ...

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