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In the sleepy enclave of Garrity, Vt., neon-clad Joe has a mysterious past and a highly specialized skill set: hunting werewolves. When a rash of werewolf fatalities strikes the town, the sheriff's department needs help and enlists Neon Joe to help save the townspeople. He'll have to catch the murderous beast before the next full moon or face more attacks. Later, when he opens a tropical-themed bar to try to get away from his werewolf-hunting, Neon Joe is pulled back into the fray.

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Neon Joe and Vance battle Daggart and The Cube in a fate-deciding showdown.
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Neon Joe and Vance need to set aside their differences in order to work together to save planet Earth.
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Neon Joe confronts inventor Vance Dontay and gets the surprise of his life, which forces him to confront his demons.
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After being jailed for the murder of his rival, Neon Joe must fight off a skinhead gang to escape and prove his innocence.
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Running his tropical-themed dream bar, Joe gets a visit from the past, and must resist the temptation to give into his anger.

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