Yesterday, I posted a review on War Machine. Today, I have an interview with author Andy Remic!
SciFiChick: Tell us a bit about War Machine, in your own words.
Andy Remic: … Initially, the story begins with a quest to find an artifact which will reveal to Keenan, central protagonist, the person who killed his wife and children – through the mean streets of a bustling, lawless dystopian planet known as The City – because the city has consumed the planet – to the humid jungles of Ket and the technologically advanced savages who inhabit the City of Bone, Combat K, through adventure and action and many bullets, arrive at their destination to find the artifact holds a terrible secret: which in turn spins the story on its head, and has the unholy Combat K trio sent to Teller’s World, a dead planet, and home to the extinct GodRace Leviathan. There, Keenan must find answers to his deepest nightmares… and face a terror more ancient than anything before witnessed across The Four Galaxies.
With plenty of humor and pop culture references, follow a group of young friends as they have to deal with bullies, annoying siblings, and aliens from outer space. You know, the usual stuff kids deal with nowadays.
With a Spielberg-like feel, (Goonies meets Invaders from Mars) the kids try to save their town from the crazy alien Gakk and his “Acme Instant Alien Kreatures” who have come to take over the world and meet the cast of the classic Star Trek. GAAK is a lot of fun and has fast become a favorite. It has humor, adventure, and aliens… and did i mention that it’s free?
Check it out!
And if you’d rather read a hardcopy, GAAK Volume 1 is also available now from Amazon. (Not free)
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