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Dave Griffith

Dave Griffith
Real Name: Dave Griffith
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Birth Place: USA
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Hero for Hire #2
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 #2
1524: Hero for Hire #2
   
"Vengeance is Mine! "
Luke Cage tries to expand his Hero for Hire business, but finds it difficult to do without a base of operations. While he mulls over ideas of how to open an office for himself, he encounters a young doctor and a man from his past who knows his real identity.
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Published: Aug. 1972
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Archie Goodwin
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: John Costanza
Cover: John Romita Sr.
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Hero for Hire #3
1525: Hero for Hire #3
   
"Mark of the Mace! "
Cage comes to a tentative agreement with Dr. Burstein and receives his first real client, but will he find that the mercenary life is more than he bargained for?
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Published: Oct. 1972
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Archie Goodwin
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: John Costanza
Cover: William Graham Jr.
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Hero for Hire #4
1600: Hero for Hire #4
   
"Cry Fear...Cry Phantom! "
When Cage and D.W. are assaulted by a strange specter in the theater, they resolve to get to the bottom of it. But is this truly a ghost story, or something more?
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Published: Dec. 1972
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Archie Goodwin
Penciler: Billy Graham
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: John Costanza
Cover: William Graham Jr.
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Hero for Hire #5
1601: Hero for Hire #5
   
"Don't Mess With Black Mariah! "
When Cage witnesses the murder of a potential client he decides to do a bit of pro bono work on his behalf. Little does he realize that the trail ends with Black Mariah, who could give the Kingpin a run for his money.
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Published: Jan. 1973
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: John Costanza
Cover: William Graham Jr.
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Hero for Hire #133 (v1)
1650: Fantastic Four #133 (v1)
   
"Thundra at Dawn! "
It's New Years Eve but the gang is in no mood for celebration after the events of the last few weeks. Soon, a brash challenge from Thundra will snap them back to reality.
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Published: April 1973
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Gerry Conway
Penciler: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Joe Sinnott
Letterer: John Costanza
Cover: John Buscema
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Fantastic Four #8
1661: Hero for Hire #8
   
"Crescendo! "
With his most recent contract settled, Cage decides to settle a personal score. When that proves fruitless he takes a new contract but even he could never guess the secret of his newest employer.
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Published: April 1973
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: John Costanza
Cover: William Graham Jr.
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Hero for Hire #10
1672: Hero for Hire #10
   
"The Lucky...and the Dead! "
Still haunted by a past mistake, Cage sets to track down the true killer of a former client. When his search brings him too close to the truth, the party responsible takes matters into his own hands.
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Published: June 1973
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: John Costanza
Cover: William Graham Jr.
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Hero for Hire #11
1673: Hero for Hire #11
   
"Where There's Life...! "
Cage is in dire straits. Left for dead by Señor Suerte, he must somehow muster the strength to break free from his current predicament and confront the madman. Meanwhile, reporter Phil Fox's snooping has finally paid off, but what will this mean for Cage?
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Published: July 1973
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: Artie Simek
Cover: William Graham Jr.
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Hero for Hire #12
1725: Hero for Hire #12
   
"Chemistro! "
After his tussle with Spider-Man, Cage quickly finds that his services are needed back in Times Square. Meanwhile, reporter Phil Fox decides to put the dirt he has on Cage to use.
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Published: Aug. 1973
EIC: Roy Thomas
Writer: Steve Englehart
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: Charlotte Jetter
Cover: William Graham Jr.
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Hero for Hire #17
1830: Power Man #17
   
"Rich Man: Iron Man--Power Man: Thief! "
Fed up with his lack of wide recognition, Cage decides a change in his nom de guerre is in order. In the meantime he takes an odd job request from a Stark Industries representative.
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Published: Feb. 1974
EIC: Len Wein
Writer: Len Wein
Penciler: George Tuska
Inker: William Graham Jr.
Letterer: Tom Orzechowski
Cover: Gil Kane
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