A new Weird West comic book from New Mexico’s Rusty Guns Studio.
After a spaceship malfunction, two alien greys crash to Earth in the year 1847.
Rescued by a retired soldier, now ranch owner, Morgan Fairchild and his daughter Hope, the two greys have to find a way off our planet and get back to their original mission.
This becomes hard to do as an ancient dark power, the “Seed of Evil,” has been awakened.
Dark deeds and powerful enemies challenge the people of the southwest as the Seed of Evil corrupts those who come in contact with it. It hungers for power. Will those who own the Seed of Evil take over the lands of the New Mexican territories leaving behind a trail of blood and destruction OR will the alien greys, with the help of their human friends, be able to stop the chaos of this ancient dark force and save mankind.
Saddle up for a weird west tale for the ages and look to the stars amigos.
THE WEIRD CHARACTERS WHO BROUGHT YOU THIS TALE
Musician/Artist/Painter what creative avenue does Bob love the most? All of them. For over 30 years Bob has enjoyed creating art and the fun stories that come with creating it. A Tampa boy who now calls New Mexico his home, Bob has become addicted to Green chili and the culture of the southwest. Check out more of his creative work at ImageBrewery.com
A New Mexico author and screen writer Mark loves weird west tales and green chili bacon cheeseburgers. His favorite comic books are Conan and Jonah Hex. Fond of smoking cigars and brainstorming new ideas with other creative people is one of his favorite things to do. “Hey I have an Idea for a story…what if…” He has several other adventures and tales at MarkTarrant.com
Writer for over 200 songs and playing in bands for the last 20 years, Jay loves to tell stories. Whether it’s a verse in a song or an idea for a TV show or film, Jay enjoys creating. New to the comic world, he is enjoying this new creative storytelling outlet. Listen to his music on iTunes, Band Camp and other various music sites online.
Artwork by Bob Dorsey. Written by Mark Tarrant.
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