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"The Qigly Affair (Part III of IV): Da Big Stink": With the hijacked tank riddled with holes, Don Alduc orders his men to cautiously confirm the kill. The gangsters only find a large hole bored into the sewers and a letter address to the mob, which self-destructs upon openin
- Nothin' like two pounds o' plasteek fer bringin' matters to a head! Hyuk! Hyuk!
- -- Lobo
Appearing in "The Qigly Affair (Part III of IV): Da Big Stink"
- Mort Fatale
- The Dead Boys
- Jugular (Apparent Death)
- Koody Graz
- Robert De Nitro (Mentioned only)
- Pan-Galactic Mob
- Council of the Dons (Mentioned only)
- Don Alduc
- Planet Vurkan
- Dagma City
- Boulting Bros. Warehouse
- Bwayne's World (Mentioned only)
- Lobo's Spacehog
- Mob Tanks
Synopsis for "The Qigly Affair (Part III of IV): Da Big Stink"
With the hijacked tank riddled with holes, Don Alduc orders his men to cautiously confirm the kill. The gangsters only find a large hole bored into the sewers and a letter address to the mob, which self-destructs upon opening. The explosion is heard by Lobo and Jonas who narrowly escaped thanks to the Krupps 101-Infinite Setting Beam Blazer. Searching the sewers, they stumble across the Dead Boys and Qigly attempting to escape.
The remaining mob members pursue Lobo and Jonas through the hole they dug into the sewers, while Quietus and Murder follow suit via their own path. Lobo and Jonas prepare to apprehended the Dead Boys but are ambushed themselves by Koody Graz. The zombie henchman disarms the two bounty hunters and hands them over to Mort Fatale. While distracting them, Lobo lobs a frag grenade at them which Jug quickly deflects behind them. Everyone dives for cover, and Lobo and Jonas put down Koody in a blast of bullets. The mob hear the commotion and wade towards the sounds through rising sewage.
The bounty hunters and the Dead Boys have each other pinned down when Koody rises up again. Lobo breaks his jaw with his hook before shoving a frag grenade into him mouth. As Koody's head explodes sends in the rest of his men to hold them off while he escapes with Qigly. Bloodshed and Bloodstain lead the charge, attacking Jonas, while Jug launches himself on Lobo, sinking his fangs into his neck. Jugular confidently gloats that vampires can't be killed so easily, but 'Bo rips a cross section of pipe from the plumbing and runs it through Jug's heart. Once again, the now headless Koody rises towards Lobo. Taking no more chances, Lobo hacks off each one of Koody's limbs.
Quietus and Murder watch from a vantage point as Lobo takes down Mort. Face to face with his aggressor, Mort exhales his notorious "coffin-breath," causing Lobo to vomit. While they occupy each other, Quietus and Murder take the opportunity to abscond with Qigly. Furious with Qigly's abduction, Lobo hastily brutalises Fatale - not as much as he'd like to - and chases after the bounty thieves.
The mob arrive a blockage caused by the previous explosions which is the cause of the rising waste levels. Impatiently, and with disregard for the methane gas, Don Alduc orders the collapsed rubble be blasted. The resulting eruption unleashes a deluge of sewage which engulfs all parties involved. Lobo is washed up alongside Qigly and his two fellow bounty hunters. Teaching Bunsen's puppets a lesson, Lobo then finds Jonas unconscious on around the Dead Boys. Lobo graciously leaves the bounty on the Dead Boys for his partner and takes off with Qigly in tow. As Jonas recovers he curses Lobo for betraying him again, as he finds himself fighting off not only the mob, but Fatale and what's left of Koody too.
- The bite Lobo receives from Jug is revealed in the next issue (Lobo #4) to cause a werewolf-like transformation during the full moon.
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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