Huntress ongoing 1990 (issues 10-19)

Issue #10

Cover Date: January 1990
Subtitle: Child's Play
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: Huntress saved Minelli from Wyvern, but he got away. After killing again, Wyvern built a trap for Huntress.


Issue #11

Cover Date: February 1990
Subtitle: Mad Scientists
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: When she attacked, Wyvern was killed by his own trap. The kid was close to finishing his nuclear bomb; the gang who controlled him planned to use it on New York City.


Issue #12

Cover Date: March 1990
Subtitle: Party at Ground Zero
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: Huntress tracked down the gang, captured the bomb, and saved the kid.


Issue #13

Cover Date: April 1990
Subtitle: The Talking Cure
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: Huntress saved a woman from being murdered after she was raped. Due to constant nightmares, Helena began seeing a psychiatrist. She later took down the gang of men who'd attacked the girl.


Issue #14

Cover Date: May 1990
Subtitle: Networking
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: After her turned donw a business proposition to turn Waterfront into condos, Tony "the Gut" was shot dead by Angelo Brancati. Brancati convinced a TV talk show host to do an expose on Waterfront to lower the property value. At a filming, a gang war broke out in which Huntress tried to stop.


Issue #15

Cover Date: June 1990
Subtitle: Out there in TV Land
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: The Waterfront Warrior, a new costumed freak, stopped the fight on camera. The man turned out to be Helena's new superintendent trying to clean up his neighborhood.


Issue #16

Cover Date: July 1990
Subtitle: Welcome to the Wrecking Ball
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: Helena videotaped the mobsters who'd destroyed property on Waterfront and gave the tape over to her cop friend, O'Shea.


Issue #17

Cover Date: August 1990
Subtitle: Days of Rage
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: The boy who built the nuke escaped from an orphanage and began planting bombs on gang turf. Batman chased a gang/drug lord to NYC, where he was confronted by Huntress.


Issue #18

Cover Date: September 1990
Subtitle: Rage Under Pressure
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: She made a truce with Batman: they'd take down the bomber, and she'd let him take down Rage - the man who Batman had chased to NYC. Rage began unifying the street gangs against the bomber.


Issue #19

Cover Date: October 1990
Subtitle: The Last of the Street Fighters
Writer(s): Joey Cavalieri
Artists(s): Joe Staton, Bob Smith
Storyline: Batman and Huntress captured their bombing boy. Huntress placed a disguised Batman as the bomber. When Rage attacked him, Batman won (partially due to another bomb the boy had planted). Helena moved away from the neighborhood in search of something more.


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