Last Gang in Town #1-6 (2016)

Written by: Simon Oliver Pencils by: Rufus Dayglo Cover by: Rob Davis

Forget what you know of England, of the “Land of Hope and Glory.” Instead, try damp and depressing, and embrace this miserable island for what it is. Our story kicks off in 1976: the country coming apart at its flared corduroy seams, a decade after the Great Train Robbery, when British crime has gone decidedly soft in the middle.

Time for a new generation of criminals to rise: a band of snotty-nosed heroes driven by destiny and cheap cider, who will strike fear back into the establishment, put art back into crime and crime back into art, and pull off what will become known as the heist of the century.

This new series from Simon Oliver (FBP: FEDERAL BUREAU OF PHYSICS) and Rufus Dayglo (Tank Girl) spans three decades, from the punk rock ’70s to the decadent ’80s and beyond, charting the rise, fall and redemption of a group of bandits that changed the face of the criminal underworld and closed the door on a legacy.

Last Gang in Town 001 (2016) (Digital-Empire)
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Written by: Simon Oliver Pencils by: Rufus Dayglo Inks by: Rufus Dayglo Cover by: Rob Davis

The band may have broken up, but the gang is all together. Ava’s team of punk rock hooligans are ready to crack London like a safe, but only if they can get past their own egos, hang-ups, and petty squabbles. Not to mention the royalist gangster that doesn’t like some snot-nosed upstarts encroaching on his territory during the Queen’s Jubilee. *“Grounded, intriguing and ultimately surprisingly heartwarming, JACKED is worth your time, super hero fan or not.” -Geoff Johns, writer of JUSTICE LEAGUE and BATMAN: EARTH ONE

Last Gang in Town 002 (2016) (Digital) (Zone-Empire)
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Written by: Simon Oliver Pencils by: Adam Cadwell, Rufus Dayglo Inks by: Adam Cadwell, Rufus Dayglo Cover by: Rob Davis

The Silver Jubilee is coming to London, but Ava has more than a street party and a free commemorative souvenir in her sights. Only now she and her gang of urchins and reprobates are on the radar of a local crime boss with ties to Buckingham Palace, and if there’s one thing the Queen won’t stand for, it’s dissent.

Last Gang in Town 003 (2016) (Digital) (Zone-Empire)
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Written by: Simon Oliver Pencils by: Adam Cadwell, Rufus Dayglo Inks by: Adam Cadwell, Rufus Dayglo Cover by: Rob Davis

Now that the gang has passed their first tests and sewn the seeds of sedition among the London populace, it’s time to disrupt the Queen’s Silver Jubilee good and proper. Back in 1977, the streets will shake and the whole of England will be upended by their scheme, but what kind of implications will that have for our thieves in the present day?

Last Gang in Town 004 (2016) (Digital) (Zone-Empire)
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Written by: Simon Oliver Pencils by: Rufus Dayglo Inks by: Rufus Dayglo Cover by: Rob Davis

Finally, it’s the heist the Gang have been training for! Is it “the crime of the century” or a voyage into the heart of darkness? The gang break into Buckingham Palace, where the Queen is home alone-and lying in wait.

Last Gang in Town 005 (2016) (Digital) (Zone-Empire)
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Written by: Simon Oliver Pencils by: Rufus Dayglo Inks by: Rufus Dayglo Cover by: Rob Davis

Ava’s brown bread, the past is prologue and all that bollox, and the gang are left to boldly go where no thieving guttersnipe has gone before…in other words, their original mentor, Ava, who brought the gang together in 1977, has orchestrated one last heist from beyond the grave. It’s now 2018, and if Joey, Alex, and Billy follow the old bird’s plan, they’ll pull off the ultimate score of the 21st century. They just have to go into orbit to do it.

Last Gang in Town 006 (2016) (Digital) (Zone-Empire)
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