Volume 1 Issue No. 2

 
May/June 2012

Masthead

PUBLISHED BY: Public Art Squad Project

PUBLISHER: Scotto Mycklebust, Artist

MANAGING EDITOR: Katie Cercone

CONTRIBTING WRITERS: Dan Callahan, Linda Digusta, David Hales, Richard Wyndbourne Kline, Richard Leslie, Rob Reed, Suzanne Schultz, Matthew Schultz,
Lena Vazifdar

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- Biennial Clap Back
- The Literary View
- Cinema Review
- Biting The Hand That Feeds
- The Pink Ghetto
- The Invisible Artist
- The Revolt Takes Boston
- Make it Graphic
- Art and Economics
- The OWS Poetry Anthology
- Strawberry
- Françoise Gilot


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Original drawing courtesy of David Hales

Double Trouble, a graphic novel by artist and author David Hales, is a developing graphic novel full of mystery and intrigue. According to Hales, the tale is a "real life story about Mr. Fish, a New York art dealer and artist, who is receiving anonymous phone calls from a mysterious woman. He is also being mercilessly sued by a dubious corporation for reasons that defy understanding. Why is Fish being legally tortured and who is behind it? Why is he being "stalked" by an alluring riddle of a woman?" These questions remain to be answered, but in the mean time Revolt is proud to provide a sneak peek of chapter one, "The Phone Call".

More information is available on Hales' website: http://dhauthor.wordpress.com/. The website also provides free access to the first five chapters, which are summarized below. Check back on Hales' site for more chapters to come!

CHAPTER SYNOPSIS OF DOUBLE TROUBLE CHAPTER 1: The Phone Call. Fish receives his first mysterious phone call from an alluring woman
who will not reveal her true identity, or her purpose
for calling.


CHAPTER 2: The Lawsuit. Fish meets with his lawyer to discuss his legal dilemma, a lawsuit that seems to have no purpose other than to torture him. The perplexed lawyer warns Fish not to become infatuated with the good looking attorney that is prosecuting him.


CHAPTER 3: The Pool Game. Fish plays pool with a friend who advises him to forget about the mysterious phone caller who haunts his thoughts. He tries to get Fish interested in meeting a couple of girls at the pool hall who seem eager to get met.


CHAPTER 4: Eye of the Storm. A probably hung-over and distracted Mr. Fish dodges the advances of a flirtatious waitress, only to bump into his hot new neighbor outside in a rain storm. She almost seems to have been waiting for him…Why?


CHAPTER 5: The Movie. A bored Mr. Fish goes to see a silent film at an indie theater (a renovated women's prison). The strange film, which he watches with (almost) no one else in the audience, disturbs him. He returns home to find a mysterious package at his door. Then the phone rings, but no one is there. Is Fish losing it? What was in the package? Was he being followed?

CHAPTER 1: The Phone Call.

Original drawing courtesy of David Hales

 

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