More details about the MacGyver comic book plot
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Posted: 4 August 2011 - 02:24 AM                                    
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Tony Lee has today posted some more details about the plot to his MacGyver comic book series.

MacGyver is phoned up by a yet unknown enemy with an axe to grind. He is told that a $7,000,000 bounty has been placed on his head, and twenty hitmen have accepted. And it’s time to play a game.

Every 24 hours that MacGyver stays alive? The bounty drops by $1,000,000. Last seven days and the bounty is dropped.

Sounds easy, right? No. Because the twenty hitmen have all met MacGyver in the past and take this personally. And there’s a girl who’s caught up in the ride that he has to keep safe. And he still doesn’t know who put the hit out on him.

And the game started six hours ago…

Read Tony's comments as well as the full news item and feedback here

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Posted: 10 December 2011 - 07:35 AM                                    
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A bunch of bad guys who all have an axe to grind.

Hmmm, familiar faces from the TV show hopefully?

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Posted: 10 December 2011 - 07:56 PM                                    
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Something which has been pointed out to me recently, and I have to admit that I hadn't really thought about this, but it does make sense...

All the characters and organizations used in the show are all copyright owned by CBS Paramount and neither Lee Zlotoff nor Tony Lee can use any character or organization from the show without Paramount consent. So the answer to your comment is "Probably not".

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