On December 6, 1995, three key members of the infamous Essex Boys gang were lured to a deserted farm track on the pretense of planning a robbery. As the trio sat in their Range Rover, two gunmen approached the open rear door of the vehicle. Moments later, the first shots rang out signaling the start of a swift, yet bloody massacre. When the weapons fell silent, the three men lay dead.
Two boys. John and Kenny. One streetwise and football mad, the other cold and unfathomable. It's nineteen-seventy-five. The heart of London's East End. As John celebrates the Hammers beating Fulham in the Cup Final, Kenny tumbles out the door of the new people's house across the street having taken a beating of a different kind. When the new school year begins, John befriends Kenny, defending him from the ridicule of his classmates.
Gang leader Billy Evans has ruled his turf in London for more years than he cares to remember. So long in fact, that even he realizes that things have become a little too easy. So when an old adversary reappears on the scene, Billy sees a golden opportunity to not only reassert his authority, but to have some much needed fun. Yet all is not as it appears, for this new enemy is far more powerful than any Billy has ever had to deal with before, and he's about to discover that he's finally pushed his luck too far.
Manunitus Sourpuss is a courageous gladiator who is about to fight one of the most feared foes the city has ever encountered. The Welsh giants have moved in! But after a number of attempts with his trusty crossbow, he fails to drive the new ogre community. He receives a gift from an old dear; a bewitched bottle of green mush, a giant antidote. Things are about to change for the people of Deva.