The Question v.1 #28
"A Place For the Arts" - July 1989
- Script: Dennis O'Neil
- Pencils: Denys Cowan
- Inks: Malcolm Jones III
- Lettering: Willie Schubert
- Colors: Tatjana Wood
- Asst. Editor: Katie Main
- Editor: Mike Gold
- Cover: Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz
- Published by DC Comics
Attracted by the turmoil of Hub City, Lady Shiva comes looking for an opportunity to practice her arts.
She gives the leader of the Savage Huns, Loosh O'Fry a chance to hire her. He responds by sending four of his men to kill her.
Vic stops by the hospital to visit Myra. Without any medicine and no staff remaining, she decides to check herself out of the hospital.
Vic gives her a ride as he apprises her of the state of the city. Vic's car is stopped by angry citizens looking for food. Myra talks them into calming down. She asks Vic to bring her the leaders of the two most powerful gangs.
Vic starts with Loosh O'Fry: A combination of bluffing and fighting gets him access to the Savage Huns leader and helps him sneak the unconscious thug out. The Question revives Loosh.
As they make their way to Myra, they meet Lady Shiva. Loosh hires her on the spot. He orders her to kill Vic.
Meanwhile, Benjy Floper, leader of the Grinning Ghosts gang commandeers KBEL and announces that his gang will offer the city protection for a very high price.
A more complete summary coming soon!
- Lady Shiva
- Benjy Floper
- Tot Rodor
- Vic Sage / The Question
- Myra Connelly Fermin
- Loosh O'Fry
Trivia / Minutiae
- The Official DC Comics Website
- The Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Mikel Midnight's Golden Age Directory
- Mike's Amazing World of DC Comics
- Who's Whose in the DC Universe
- The Denny O'Neil Message Board at World Famous Comics Community
- From the Cyber-Den at World Famous Comics Community
- The O'Neil Observer Internet Archive cache
- Interview with Denny O'Neil - Conducted by staff of VicSage.com
- "I Was a Teen-Age Comics Artist" - Interview with Denys Cowan
- Catching Up With Denys Cowan - Interview with Newsarama
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