The city reels under a wave of violent crime?what would you do? If you?re like Stabman, you would stand up and oppose it. And if you?re really like Stabman, you would probably go about it all wrong, especially at first.
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Armed with nothing more than mental imbalance and an unquenchable thirst for Justice, Stabman is a one-man wrecking ball aimed at the dark heart of criminal scum across the land. Understanding and rehabilitation are not words in his vocabulary, but ?ultra-violence? most certainly is.
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