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The hacker Reboot and the last of the old-time bank robbers, Al Nifty, join forces and starts a crime wave.
  
 
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Revision as of 16:39, 16 July 2013

Rumble on the Road
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Start date: October 17th, 1999
End date: January 30th, 2000
# of strips: 16
Writer: Fred Fredericks
Artist: Fred Fredericks
Preceded by: "The Invisible Person"
Followed by: "The Trick Stealer"

"Rumble on the Road" is the 180th Mandrake Sunday story. The story was written and drawn by Fred Fredericks.

Plot Summary

The hacker Reboot and the last of the old-time bank robbers, Al Nifty, join forces and starts a crime wave.

Appearances

Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Reboot, a hacker
  • Al Nifty, the last of the old-time bank robbers

Locations


Behind the scenes

  • The title for the story is taken from the strip of October 17th, 1999 (Beginning: Rumble on the Road).

Reprints

This story has been published in the following publications: