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Pack is a planned seven-part Comic Book by Oneshi Press.

The streets of Brooklyn are a place where crime and corruption reign supreme. The cops who AREN'T on the take can probably be counted on one hand, politicians have their hands in every pocket the city has to offer, and the only true justice comes from one source.

The Pack.

Led by a mysterious masked vigilante known only by the name "Patience", the Pack is a group of dogs who mete out justice wherever it's deserved, usually in a pretty brutal fashion. Naturally, the corrupt presences in the city don't like that, and are willing to pull all the stops to put these dogs down.

The series is planned to have seven entries, with each member having their own Origin Story in each one. The comic is being funded on Kickstarter.

The first entry was released on August 13th, 2019.


Pack contains examples of:

  • Badass Beard: If you look under Patience's mask, you can see that he has a beard.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Patience's outfit includes a vest that shows off his arms and abs.
  • Cool Mask: Patience wears a dog face mask.
  • Corrupt Politician: Sally Huffman. Brooklyn Borough President with dreams of being a state senator, she'll do whatever it takes to win it.
  • Feel No Pain: Chastity has an immunity to pain, caused by a head injury she got when shot by Vincent.
  • Heroic Dog: The Pack has six of them. There's Chastity, Humility, Diligence, Kindness, Temperance, and Liberty.
  • Mismatched Eyes: Kindness. His left eye is brown, and his right eye is blue.
  • Mysterious Past: Diligence. All that's really known about her is that she has been with Patience the longest out of all the pack's dogs.
  • Sole Survivor: Humility. When he and his litter mates were born, they were all dumped into the East River. When Patience found them and pulled them out, he was the only one still alive.
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  • Two Girls to a Team: Chastity and Diligence are the only female members of the Pack.
  • Vigilante Man: Patience, who patrols the streets of Brooklyn with his pack of dogs, siccing them on any criminal they come across.


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