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Rising Suns - A graphic novel - cover

Rising Suns - A graphic novel

Robert McTyre Jr

Publisher: MCTYRE ENTERTAINMENT

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"Rising Suns" is an amalgamation of old-school anime and horror.
 
What happens when two brothers collide? A sci-fi epic between good and evil for the Ages! Galactic Patrol Officer Jack Durgin scours the galaxy to overthrow the evil Kalvalri and their ruthless leader Lord Mafisto!

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