jim hardison

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You met Nate when he was still in the legal business. He was Mr. Ford back then. You hadn’t seen him in a while, not since you were eleven, but you couldn’t forget a man like that. He was always trying to do the right thing, no matter what. So when you grew up and moved to Boston to get away from your nagging father, it was fitting that you ran into the one and only Mr. Ford whom you had admired for all those years.

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THE HELM

Jim Hardison (W), Bart Sears (P), Randy Elliott (I), and Dan Jackson ©

On sale Apr 1

FC, 104 pages

$14.95

TPB, 7" x 10"

Matt Blurdy’s day has gone from crap to worse. Not only did his girlfriend break his heart at work–and in front of all of the video-store patrons–but he just got fired. All that’s left to do is minibike his sorry, thirty-year-old (and freshly unemployed!) butt back home to his mom’s basement and drown his sorrows in a bucket of extra-crispy chicken while contemplating where his life went wrong.

On the way home, Matt decides to quiet his aching heart with a brief detour to a garage sale. When an ancient-looking helmet calls to him as “the Chosen One,” exhorting him to don the mantle of the “Valhalladrim,” Matt touches it with trembling fingers–and is jolted by raw magical power. Holy crap! Is he going to be a superhero? Is this why he always felt special even when everyone else thought he was a loser? Then the helm gets a sense of whom it’s dealing with. Suddenly, it changes its tune: “I was mistaken. You are not the chosen one. Good day.”

- Collects the four-issue miniseries.

Leverage s04e10 ‘The Queen’s Gambit Job’

Does it pass the Bechdel Test?

No.

How many female characters (with names and lines) are there?

Three (33.33% of cast).

How many male characters (with names and lines) are there?

Six.

Positive Content Rating:

Three.

General Episode Quality:

Great stuff.

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