Welcome to the Gutter!
Come inside to see those that live between the lines, where money is a something to be swindled, not earned. Where abduction, hustling, and even murder, are things you do to make a living rather than work nine to five. This is life in the Gutter. This is The Gutter Dogs. The Split Tristan just got back from the beach. Cain just got out of prison. Both have just been screwed over by their old partners. Both need a job. Two mob bosses are fighting for power, and the pendulum will swing to whoever gets their hands on an all important laptop first. Cain and Tristan are sent to get it. If only it were that simple. Once their hands are on the laptop, the trouble begins. An assassin is sent in to kill them, Cain has a crooked parole officer breathing down his neck, and the trust between the two new partners is rocky to say the least. What was supposed to be a simple score has turned into a situation where they’ll be lucky to escape with their lives. All they have to do is give the laptop to the right boss, take care of the assassin, get the parole officer off their back, and not get killed. Sounds easy enough right? Transformers The rent is due. No one escapes paying the rent. Not even “Hurricane” Cain McBain and Tristan. They need money and they need it fast. Every year the newspaper prints a list of the richest people in the area. All they have to do is follow the richest guy around, take pictures of him breaking bad, then blackmail him with the photos. No one gets rich without doing something wrong. Meanwhile The Boss is out on parole and looking for revenge. He turns to his former right hand man, Bulldog. The job: kill “Hurricane” Cain McBain and Tristan. Cain and Tristan have to find a way to get their money from The Mark, pay their rent, get Bulldog off their back, and still find time to watch a classic 80’s cartoon. Underdogs The Seed of Carlos has returned to take back the area his father once controlled so decisively. As he and his partner, Kitty, begin to dismantle Vito’s business, they find themselves in front of a major obstacle: getting face to face with Vito. To get to Vito, they have to go through his number one man, Jukes, who’s as hard-headed and stubborn as they come. But Jukes has a weak-spot; his 17 year-old daughter. Meanwhile, a mysterious rug is wrapped around a body without a head. It makes its way around town, through all the players, to eventually become the ultimate bargaining chip. The Van Halen Guitar Cyrus is a gang leader on the rise. He has a supply of drugs that need transport. The Boss is a mafia leader on the way down. He needs product to pull himself back on top. Together, they have everything needed for a partnership– except the twenty-five thousand dollars to get the venture off the ground. Nigel Wellington, aka, The English Rocker has arrived in town to buy a Van Halen replica guitar. It’s worth: twenty-five thousand dollars. His problem: he’s just been accidentally shot by a contract killer. An Irish thug, a hitman with a mullet, a drunk backyard brawler, and a gang of kids in plaid, race in a mad dash to retrieve the guitar and claim the twenty-five grand as their own. But do they even know if it’s the right guitar they’re chasing? Warriors Every wannabe gang banger in a hundred mile radius wants to put the Boppers in the ground after they’re blamed for the assassination of a prominent leader. Every gang wants them. Gangs that dress like sadistic clowns, gangs that dress like movie serial killers, gangs that dress like cowboys, and gangs that name themselves after Native war-chiefs. Lex and the Outcasts are responsible for the framing. They discover murder is a slippery slope as they try to finish the job while keeping a dogged detective and competing gangs off their back. The Boppers have to run, hide, and fight to clear their name and stay alive.