"Reservoir Mooks": Several frantic and wounded bandits are on the run from Lobo, seeking refuge in a building and discussing rumors they heard about Lobo while in jail. They contemplate their options in dealing with the Main Man and fully discuss Lobo's origins and countless encounters with
- -- Lobo
Appearing in "Reservoir Mooks"
- Big Mig
- Young Johnny Old
- Pedro (Lying on the floor dying for the majority of the issue due to being disemboweled by The Main Man Himself)
- Czarnia (Flashback only)
- Al's Diner
- Bunsen's Bounty
- Plasteek Anti-Tamper Bomb
Synopsis for "Reservoir Mooks"
Several frantic and wounded bandits are on the run from Lobo, seeking refuge in a building and discussing rumors they heard about Lobo while in jail. They contemplate their options in dealing with the Main Man and fully discuss Lobo's origins and countless encounters with other powerful beings and their outcomes. They recall how they got themselves into this situation- Lobo prevented the bandits from robbing Al's Diner and obnoxiously convinced the bandits to rob Bunsen's bounty instead (due to general dislike of Bunsen for stiffing him on his bounties). The bandits foolishly attempted to rob Lobo and he sliced off Derv's arm during the scuffle. The bandits knocked Lobo out and make their getaway with Bunsen's money (and Lobo's bounty reward money). The bandits hear on the radio live coverage of the aftermath of their heist when they realize that they've just tried to rob Lobo (the Main Man himself). Lobo arrives and slaughters them in his own unique stlye and returns to Al's Diner.
- In October of 1994, all of the existing mainstream DC Comics titles released a special "0" issue to coincide with the Zero Hour crossover event. The purpose of the "0" issue was to reveal a previously unknown aspect of the title character's background. DC Titles under the Vertigo imprint were largely unaffected by Zero Hour and thus, no "0" issue specials were published for them.
- Lobo appeared last in Lobo (Volume 2) #9. He appears next in Lobo (Volume 2) #10.
Big Mig Uses a stone hammer with the initials "M.C." engraved on it a parody of M.C. Hammer
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Links and References
- Lobo article at Wikipedia.org
- Lobo biography page at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Lobo chronology index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Lobo (Volume 2) series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Lobo (Volume 2) series index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Zero Hour article at Wikipedia
- Zero Hour Frequently Asked Questions
- Zero Hour series index at the DCU Guide
- Zero Hour series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Zero Hour series index at the Grand Comics Database
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