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First Seen: Tue 2011-06-07
Story & Art: Scott Bieser
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Digital Roswell, Texas Available Now! [ Feb 1, 2016 ]
"Wild Bill" and his Texas Rangers ride again, this time in a hi-rez, full color PDF release of the popular alternate history story from Prometheus award winner L. Neil Smith and cartooning legend Rex F. May (a.k.a. "Baloo"). Now readers can enjoy the full effect of Scott Bieser and Jen Zach's marvelous art for this fantastic tale of strangely familiar people living in a stranger world that is all too familiar.
Be the first kid on your block to get this gem of a story, now available @ DriveThru Comics..
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Roswell, Texas Coming To DriveThru! [ Jan 25, 2016 ]
"Wild Bill" Bear and his Texas Rangers ride again this Monday, February 1st! This time as a 150ppi PDF ebook available from DriveThru Comics.
If you've never read our alternate history story online or in print, or even if you have, Scott and Jen's striking art can be seen at its best in this hi-rez version of an L Neil Smith classic tale of spies, intrigue and aliens.
You can find other Big Head Press titles at: DriveThru Comix
The Transcript For This Page
Nicole is sitting on the edge of her acceleration couch, looking pensive. Seamus, still reclined in his but without the straps on, has his Watson-tablet propped on his belly, reading it.
Seamus: Something wrong?
Exterior shot of Spanish Wells rocketing through space (although the burners aren't glowing as hot as they were the first time we saw the ship).
Nicole: I don't think it was a good idea for us to set up a press conference and then bail on it.
Two-shot of Nicole and Seamus.
Nicole: I'd think burning a bunch of journos is not really good public relations.
Seamus: Oh, don't worry – I found a fill-in who knows how to handle journos.
Cut to a stage in a room back at Helios Base. Enry (the Dispatcher) is behind the podium addressing a throng of journos. One of them is Claud Southend.
Claud: WY IZ SUN-DYVER GURL AFRAYD 2 FAYS TEH MEDIAZ?
Enry: Have you taken a look in the mirror lately, chrome-dome? I can barely stand to face you myself.