Synopses & Reviews
Set in the blood-drenched chaos of Beerlight, "a blown circuit, where to kill a man was less a murder than a mannerism," Dante Cubit and his pill-popping sidekick, the Entropy Kid, waltz into First National Bank with some serious attitude and a couple of snub guns. Murderous, trigger-happy cops, led by the doughnut-chomping redneck police chief, arrive in force, firing indiscriminately into the crowd gathered outside. Surrender or capture is out of the question. Dante's beloved, the murderous assassin Rosa Control packing a not-so-small arsenal prowls the streets, trying to engineer her man's escape. Will Dante slip past the forces of corruption and disorder to join his Rosa? What happens next is a tangled mess of reality and virtual reality.
Full of sass and sarcasm, ultra-cool Dante Cubit and his pill-popping sidekick, the Entropy Kid, waltz into First National with some serious attitude and a couple of snub guns. Within minutes, another (timetraveling) Dante appears - inside the bank vault - and the heist is on. But something's not right. Is it all just a virtual reality prank of Dante's hacker pal, Download Jones? Have Dante and the Kid really heisted the bank? What follows is a tangle of reality and virtual reality. Adding to the fireworks is the very real hitman Brute Parker, hot on the trail and out to exterminate Dante - or is it Dante Two - his rival for the love of the captivating assassin Rosa Control.
Dante Cubit and his pill-popping sidekick, the Entrophy Kid, attempt a bank robbery. But a teller diverts Dante with an intense discussion on the economics of running a bank. In the meantime, trigger-happy cops arrive in force. Will Dante slip past the forces of corruption and disorder to join Rosa, his assassin girlfriend with her own arsenal? Could this whole thing be a set up by Dante's hacker pal Download Jones? And what's become of Dante 2?