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Cody Rexell: Monster Hunter - Cody Rexell #1

Michael Bray

Publisher: Michael Bray

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Summary

In this homage to grindhouse, low budget horror, tongue in cheek action movies of the 70's and cheesy 80's horror, Cody Rexell and the Death worm is the birth of a brand new franchise featuring a brand new horror adventure hero! Groan along with the one liners and follow Rexell on his next adventure! 
 
Montana, 1959.  
When an earthquake strikes, it unleashes a horror in the shape of a sixty-foot flesh eating worm which has existed away from humanity for centuries. With the military unable to stop it, President Eisenhower is forced to take drastic if unorthodox action. 
 
Meet Cody Rexell. 
A dangerous criminal, womanizer and former bounty hunter who was legendary for his no nonsense, no remorse methods used in order to get the job done, who after finally being captured waits in Alcatraz where faces death via execution. President Eisenhower offers Rexell a deal, one which will see him go free if only he can use his unorthodox methods to destroy the worm and keep the country safe. 
 
Together with his trusty Alsatian, Magnum 
Rexell steps out into an unsympathetic world in which he has been given full authority to do whatever it takes to destroy the monster horror and in the process try to win back his freedom in the only way he knows how… with extreme prejudice

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