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    Reviews - The Pro. - OGN SC

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Something really different! - rodsorrell
This “off the mainstream” story is about a prostitute and single-mom who is bestowed super-powers one night after she is “ripped off” and almost killed by one of her customers! But she doesn’t even have 5 minutes to get a grip, as the League of Honor pays her a visit and enlists her into their ranks. Ennis goes out of his way to show a complete contrast between the Pro and her sanctimonious, squeaky clean and totally naïve super-hero counterparts! Despite not fitting into the super-hero mould as a do-goodie-two-shoes, the Pro does good!




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