POWER COMPANY: BORK (2002) #1 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Power Company: Bork #1
Guest-starring Batman and the Flash. What makes a man a monster? Is it a magic spell cast by a powerful totem? Is it grotesque features and enormous strength? Or is it the actions of a man who seeks to control his world through force? For Carl Bork, a life of hard time and criminal recidivism seems as inevitable as his ongoing mutation. The Dark Knight Detective and the Fastest Man Alive stopped the man-mountain in his tracks the first time (Brave and the Bold # 81) and prove they are capable of doing so again even though Bork's more powerful. A return to crime was very much in Bork's cards.

But then a mother's unwavering love and a near-death experience couples with Bork's own triumph of reason and he turns himself in to authorities to do his time. Later, released back into society but more hideous than ever, Bork is nonetheless inwardly more of a hero than ever before. He'll soon find his place among those of the Power Company. "Vulnerability" is written by Kurt Busiek and drawn by Kieron Dwyer.

GCD Data

Title: Vulnerability

Character Appearances: Bork; Batman; Flash

Credits: Kurt Busiek (Script), Kieron Dwyer (Pencils), Rick Remender (Inks), Carla Feeny (Colors), Comicraft (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: POWER COMPANY: BORK (2002)
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