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Soulwind Volume 1: The Kid From Planet Earth

by Scott Morse

Series: Soulwind (1)

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"Soulwind" is a compelling comic book conception, combining the finest elements of science fiction and fantasy into one compelling, dramatic adventure. The breadth of the series is astounding, ranging from distant planets with amazing creatures to secret sects operating outside reality on our own world. The story begins in "The Kid From Planet Earth". A young boy is whisked off to a distant galaxy where he finds himself in the midst of a battle for the heart of the planet. Siding with the good natured animals of the forest, the boy discovers his destiny is to lead the peace loving civilization out of the hands of evil and into a new golden age. In the second volume, "The Day I Tried To Live", a young couple in the early 20th century is travelling to a remote spot in the desert to take care of some personal business. There, they run into a Mission run by a race of insects that have been living in secret among us. The insects didn't bargain for the couple being a prototype Bonnie and Clyde, though, and find humanity a worthier adversary than they expected. Finally, in the third volume, "The Infamous Transit Vagrants", we peek into the lives of a group of men who are taking technology to its limit, as the boy from the first book returns to his home. There will be five "Soulwind" volumes in all and only the first two have previously seen print in any form. While all the volumes stand on their own, when read together, they tell a complete story. The final two volumes will be published in the latter half of 2000 and early 2001.

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