Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Terrorism and the drug culture clash head-on in Contra Company. The protagonist (not quite a hero) is an ex-terrorist, who feels that he's been sold out by everyone. He reluctantly joins forces with a teenaged girl, who likewise considers everyone her enemy. In slow but deadly fashion, the terrorist and the girl make their way through "dead man's land" in a middle-eastern country. The plot is often baffling, but the action sequences are competently handled.