Graphic Novel:Bounty Hunter
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|Released:||March 24, 2008|
|Story by:||R.D. Hall|
|Art by:||Robert Atkins|
|Colors by:||Edgar @ Studio F|
|Edited by:||Nanci Quesada|
|Easter Egg:||Behind the scenes image of Nate Goodman and Adrian Pasdar|
|Previous:||On the Lam|
|Next:||Different and the Same|
|Linda Tavara embarks on the search for the people in her notebook.|
|Before tracking down Linderman, Linda Tavara was working for a private investigator, helping locate people that no one else could find. But her good work didn't go unnoticed. See how she obtained her notebook and the contents within it.|
In 1972, Linda is fired from her job working for a private investigator due to the mysterious disappearances of several of her "marks." She is approached by a woman who offers her a job— to track down a list of individuals in a notebook.
Linda decides to cooperate with her informant. She begins searching and a week later, she locates and brings in a mechanic; three weeks later, she finds a young girl. Four weeks later, Linda finds her third assignment, Jason Welkes. However, she decides to keep him for herself and kills him with her ability.
Another four weeks later, the informant meets again with Linda, who claims that Jason could not be found. Thinking Linda incompetent, the informant refuses to give her any more assignments. Linda responds by killing her informant with her ability and stealing the dossier of her next target, Daniel Linderman. Linda flies to Centennial Airport to find him.
- In an interview, R.D. Hall said that the Linda Tavara storyline was purposely told backwards. Bounty Hunter is the middle of that story. For the beginning of Linda's story, see Moonlight Serenade. For the end of her story, see War Buddies, Part 7.
- Bounty Hunter takes place in 1972, when Centennial Airport was still called Arapahoe County Airport. The airport opened on May 12, 1967 and was renamed to its current name on July 13, 1984.
- For images from Bounty Hunter, see images from Bounty Hunter.
- For Robert Atkins's original art from Bounty Hunter, see here.
- For Bounty Hunter's script, see here.
- For an interview in which Robert Atkins discusses Bounty Hunter, see here.
- For an interview in which writer R.D. Hall discusses Bounty Hunter, see here.
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- Animated video