There are few genres that I appreciate more than westerns. “TOMBSTONE”, “THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY”, “PALE RIDER”, you name it I love it. And even though I might lean to the side of Doc Holliday when it comes to playing favorites I have to say that Radical Publishing’s new post-apocalyptic twist on Wyatt Earp titled “EARP: SAINTS & SINNERS” looks nothing short of awesome. For all the details and a look inside the first issue of the hyper-real artwork read on.
“From creator Matt Cirulnick comes a modern-day reimagining of the classic western hero.
In a world where the American economy has all but collapsed to the levels of The Great Depression, celebrity bandits roam the country and the law is corrupt as the criminal it’s sworn to stop. Yet one lawman remains a steadfast moral compass for the people: WYATT EARP. Earp has collared more most-wanted men than any man in history- but after a violent assignment claims the life of his brother, Wyatt sets out to forge a simple life in the only boomtown left: Las Vegas. With gorgeous women and free-flowing money on endless tap, Sin City attracts more people than a modern gold rush. And though Earp no longer wears a U.S. Marshal’s badge here, his past is about to catch up to him. He’ll have to beat long Vegas odds to bring old-fashioned justice to Sin City.”
“EARP: SAINTS & SINNERS” #0 Of 3 Goes On-Sale From Radical Publishing This May For Only A Buck!
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