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Felon

She took the fall and they took her money, but now the Felon is free, and she’s out to collect what she’s owed…with interest.

…Four issues of what was supposed to be a 25 issue series, following a nameless “felon” and the FBI Agent who pursued her. The handful of issues that were actually published have generated an almost cult-like following.

Felon 4

Art by Matthew Clark

Art by Matthew Clark

April 2002
Art by Matthew Clark and Ray Snyder.

When the Felon stepped into freedom for the first time in 3 years, there was one person waiting for her—the Fed who helped put her away. Meet Special Agent Elizabeth Freeh—and get a taste for exactly just what lengths she’ll go to track the Felon—and how far she’ll stray to take her adversary down. From crack houses in Vegas to the midway at the Kansas State Fair, she’s on the side of the law… but don’t think that makes her a good guy.

Felon 3

Art by Matthew Clark

Art by Matthew Clark

January 2002

Art by Matthew Clark, Ray Snyder and Peter Steigerwald.

It’s taken the Felon three years, but now she’s about to the close the books on the job that put her away in this, the conclusion of the first-story arc. But collecting her money and closing the books on the past may be more costly than just turning around and walking away. Especially when one of her former partners is more concerned with how the Felon can help him make a new score, instead of helping her to settle an old one.

Felon 2

Art by Matthew Clark

Art by Matthew Clark

January 2002

Art by Matthew Clark, Ray Snyder and Jay Leisten.

The Felon’s just completed five years as a ‘guest’ of the state, and now she’s looking for two things-the men who set her up, and the money she is owed. But there are no old friends in The Felon’s world, and when someone comes up behind you out of the past, there’s only one thing to do. Start shooting.

Felon 1

Art by Matthew Clark

Art by Matthew Clark

October 2001

Art by Matthew Clark and Ray Snyder.

The Felon’s just done five hard years for the State, and now she’s back on the street with a simple To-Do List: get a haircut; grab a shower; eat a burger; and, oh yeah, nail the SOBs who took her money and left her to take the fall. It’s not about right or wrong—it’s all about the crime.