Wear Iron

Wear Iron

Al Ewing

Comics

"WEAR IRON. THAT WAS THE RULE."Paul Strader is a stick-up man—a stone cold professional who never goes unarmed and never gets attached. But when he gets in over his head with some dangerous people, he's forced to risk everything on the word of a corrupt lawman—a smirking, big-chinned bully named Judge Dredd.Dredd's the lynchpin in a daring, explosive heist that breaks every rule Strader has—every rule but one...
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Death Got No Mercy

Death Got No Mercy

Al Ewing

Comics

Cade wasn't a complicated man. He didn't care about people. But one of the people he did care about was in trouble and he had to help. Cade travels to a post-apocalypse San Francisco - peopled with maniacs and cannibals - to find help for his companion. There he must use nothing but his two fists and a hunting knife to find the one thing that may save his friend.About the AuthorAl Ewing was born in 1977, three days before Elvis died on the toilet. Indoctrinated into the loathsome practice of comics at an early age by his disreputable brother, the child progressed from his innocent beginnings to the loathsome depths of sin represented by the British comic 2000AD, long known as a haunt of depravity. He remains esconced there to this day as a writer of the bizarre and fantastic, when not involved in even more sordid past-times. Death GOt No Mercy is his third penny dreadful.
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The Fictional Man

The Fictional Man

Al Ewing

Comics

In Hollywood, where last year's stars are this year's busboys, Fictionals are everywhere. Niles Golan's therapist is a Fictional. So is his best friend. So (maybe) is the woman in the bar he can't stop staring at. Fictionals—characters 'translated' into living beings for movies and TV using cloning technology—are a part of daily life in LA now. Sometimes the problem is knowing who's real and who's not. Divorced, alcoholic and hanging on by a thread, Niles—author of The Saladin Imperative: A Kurt Power Novel and many others—has been hired to write a big-budget reboot of a classic movie. If he does this right, the studio might bring one of Niles' own characters to life. Somewhere beneath the movie—beneath the TV show it was inspired by, the children's book behind that and the story behind that—is the kernel of something important. If he can just hold it together long enough...
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El Sombra

El Sombra

Al Ewing

Comics

There is no escape from The Ultimate Reich!The terrifying Luftwaffe, on their steam-driven wings, have torn apart the sleepy town of Pasito in the heart of Mexico, only to rebuild it as a terrifying clockwork-town where the people become human robots, furthering the nightmare dreams of the Führer. General Eisenberg and his sociopathic son Alexis control this paradise of horrors. But they are unprepared for the return of a man the desert claimed nine long years ago, a man who has returned from the doors of death and the depths of madness to bring his terrible fury upon their world. With the slash of a sword and a laugh that lights up the night, the man in the bloodstained mask cuts his way through the hopeless, endless routines of the clockwork men to bring new hope to the people. He defies death! He defies man! No trap can hold the masked daredevil, the saint of ghosts men know as El Sombra!
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