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Appearing in "Bad Influences (Number One)"

Featured Characters:

  • Zack Overkill/Overton (Main story and flashback)

Supporting Characters:

  • S.O.S. (Main story and flashback)
    • Zoe Zeppelin (Main story and flashback)
    • Colonel von Chance
    • Jack (Only appearance; dies)[1]

Antagonists:

  • Dark Leopold (Only appearance)[1]; (Only in flashback)
  • Nuclear Nazis (Only appearance)[1]; (Only in flashback)
  • Zhing Fu (Only appearance)[1]; (Only in flashback)
  • G.I. Gorilla (Only appearance)[1]; (Only in flashback)
  • unnamed Black Death soldiers (Only appearance; dies)[1]; (Only in flashback)
  • Ignatius Beekman (Only appearance; dies)[1]; (Main story and flashback)
  • Level Nine (First appearance)
    • Simon Slaughter (First appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Mrs. Potter (Only appearance)[1]
  • unnamed psychiatrist (First appearance)
  • Lazarus (Only in flashback)

Locations:

Items:

  • Mega-Crank

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Bad Influences (Number One)"

  • Synopsis not yet written.


Solicit Synopsis

LAST YEAR’S BREAKOUT HIT FINALLY RETURNS! By the award-winning team of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. One of the biggest Hollywood options of the year, nominated for THREE Eisner Awards, INCOGNITO is finally back for more! It’s apocalyptic pulp noir at its finest! It’s been over a year since Zack Overkill came out of Witness Protection to build a new life. But working for the government isn’t that different from being controlled by them, and his new secret identity is becoming more trouble than it’s worth… So what will Zack do when tasked with a mission that sends him on a hunt into darkest corners of the super-criminal underworld where he was raised? Also returning with Incognito are the exclusive Pulp magazine essays by Jess Nevins, Professor of pulp history, only available in the single issues of Incognito.

Notes

Also includes "The Secret Ingredient Is Pulp", detailing what the creators have been working on between this issue and the first Incognito series and "The Hero Nobody Remembers" by Jess Nevins, discussing the Phantom Detective, one of the longest running pulp heroes of the 1940s.

See Also

Links and References

Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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