Benjamin Katsushika dove down to explore the worlds deepest caves, when he emerge from the tunnels he found himself transported into the distant past.
Train-osaurus Rex. As the rail road cuts deeper into the Americas, strange monstrous creatures wait around every turn . It’s ‘Box Car ‘ Bills job to keep things on track.
when the Transcontinental railroad opened in the late 1800’s scientists could scavenge the land in search of fossils to prove Darwins theory of evolution…and make a ton of money in the process. Two such dinosaur hunters where Othniel Charles Marsh and Edward Drinker Cope.
these two men where very different, Marsh was seen as a bit of a con man and a huckster who didn’t share credit with his own team while Cope seemed to be loved by friend and workers alike and often shared or gave away credit of the discoveries he found.
After Cope had made an introduction to a quarry owner where fossils could be found. Marsh went behind his back and struck up a secret deal for the site. taking all the money and prestige that came with it. Cope organised his own expeditions with inheritance money but found he was often spied on by Marshes men.
Frederick Glissadro sits on a log and carefully plays his ‘Bang-Jo’ it is the worlds first bluegrass instrument for assassination other than moon shine poisoning.
Terrance Kerf eyes up his next conquest, the mighty mars oak.
The Robot Outlaw hides from Deputy hornswoggle in the stables after he has spent weeks recuperating from his injuries and rebuilding his robot body. finally he was prepared to renter town and pursue his quest for justice.
Rayleen, the chief engineer for ‘Thea Industries’ turns on and steps into the transparency beam. Turning her into ‘invisibility Rayleen’ the only hero you’re happy that you can’t see.
After having to remove his leg because of a vampire bite, Cornwall Braddock waits for his chance to dispatch yet another vampire friend.