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This page contains information about Hitman (Volume 1) . Hitman chronicles the exploits of Tommy Monaghan, an ex-Marine Gulf War veteran turned contract killer from the Cauldron, a lower-class Irish district of Gotham City. Despite its biz
Hitman Vol 1: (1996-2001)

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Hitman (Volume 1)


Total Issues
61

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Hitman chronicles the exploits of Tommy Monaghan, an ex-Marine Gulf War veteran turned contract killer from the Cauldron, a lower-class Irish district of Gotham City. Despite its bizarre and often iconoclastic nature, the series is firmly entrenched in the DC Universe. Batman, The Joker, Green Lantern, Catwoman, Etrigan, and Superman all guest star at various points, and joking references are frequently made to then-current DC happenings (such as the long-haired Superman). It also crossed over with many DC events, including Final Night, DC One Million, and No Man's Land. There was even a oneshot pairing him with Lobo, and he has made a few appearances outside of the series. Hitman was first published as a 60-issue comic book series with one annual, one "DC One Million" tie-in issue. Issues were more or less published monthly and most were 22 pages.

Awards

  • Dogwelder (from the team Section 8) was voted "Best New Character" of 1997 by the readers of Wizard.
  • Hitman #34, guest starring Superman, "Of Thee I Sing", won the 1999 Eisner Award for best single issue, presented to Garth Ennis and John McCrea.
  • "For Tomorrow", in issues 39–42, was a top votegetter for the Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award for Favorite Story for 2000.
  • The 1,000,000 issue was a part of the DC One Million storyline, which was a top votegetter for the Comics Buyer's Guide Fan Award for Favorite Story for 1999.

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