The Disembodied Head
Bob Hefner, 66 years old at the time of his death. He meets Paul and Axel during the Kent State demonstrations. He inherited billions of dollars from his father’s technological inventions.
Bob is known as a philanthropist involved in worthy world causes. He is dead throughout the series appearing in
holographic images inspiring the members of the “New Weathermen” as they
embark on the quest to execute corporate and political malefactors.
Bob acts as the narrator (protagonist).
Dan Rathburn, 45 years old, CEO of Dexter Mining, union-buster, high risk taker, tyrant.
His greed and negligence that cause 29 miners to die needlessly. He is the first target and a prototype for corporate villains in later episodes. (antagonist)
Marsha Newman: The Hacker
Marsha Newman, 65 years old, has been a mentor to Lily Hefner
and a den-mother to everybody else.
Paul Harvey, 65 years old, is also a former member of the Weathermen. He is a Vietnam vet
and sharpshooter. Paul and Axel joined "Vets Against the War".
Axel Deutsch, white. 65 years old, survivalist, has become a recluse and
given up on all causes. Although he is a defeatist, he joins Bob Hefner's quest.
He is also a sharpshooter.
Connie Drake, 38 years old, bi-sexual martial artistloves Lily. She also
agrees to join the quest.
Wallace Baker, 45 years old, widower and reporter with MSNBC, is a real
ladies man. He is a real ladies man. Bob Hefner hires him to research various
corporate and political crimes where there is loss of life.
Lily Hefner, 35 years old is, like Lily, a bi-sexual martial
artist. She is the “defacto” leader of the group and administrator
of her father’s legacy.
Freddie George, African-American, 32 years old is a foster son of Bob Hefner.