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"Blood Fellas": Furthering Jack Kellor's attempt to destroy his crime family from within, Jack and Floyd thwart the arrival of a family cocaine shipment. The two friends are in the midst of celebrating when the Bocor arrives and informs Jack
Appearing in "Blood Fellas"
- Mrs. Kellor
- Voodoo Doll of the Bocor
Synopsis for "Blood Fellas"
Furthering Jack Kellor's attempt to destroy his crime family from within, Jack and Floyd thwart the arrival of a family cocaine shipment. The two friends are in the midst of celebrating when the Bocor arrives and informs Jack that the shipment has arrived safely.
Jack takes a walk in the park with Ella and discusses his problems with the Bocor and his plans for the family. Jack returns to the mansion to find that his sister, Sarah, has come and gone, leaving destruction in her wake. Certain the Bocor is behind his sister's recent destructive rampage, Jack takes a voodoo doll of the Bocor, left to him by his father, intent on confronting the Bocor. Floyd talks Jack down, convincing him that if he can wait three days, between Floyd's plans and Jack's voodoo doll, the Bocor will be dead.
That night, Jack attends a conference at which the heads of all the various crime families are present. There are rumblings of dissent regarding Jack's leadership style and before anything can be resolved, the conference is broken up by a horde of attacking zombies. Utilizing a so far unrevealed ability, Jack psychically keeps the zombies' attention away from him and the group of crime bosses he leads out of the conference room. As the bosses are riding away from the scene in a car, one of them voices the opinion that the only person who could be responsible for such an attack is the Bocor. Jack silently agrees, wondering if the Bocor will try to kill him more openly next time.
Mobfire is a six-issue limited series published under DC Comics' Vertigo imprint.
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