I am a decidedly rational person who became interested in writing during the fantabulous 'Obama Years.' I follow the dictum espoused by author Stephen King who once said (and I am paraphrasing here), 'I write first-and-foremost for my own enjoyment, then I water the work down so it has mass appeal.' I have skipped the second part.
By the 36th Century soldiers belonging to Terran mechanized legions wear armored combat suits to compliment the heavies - track tanks that roam those future battlefields. Armored warriors are armed with electromagnetic-pulse canons, their suits are powered by gas-turbine powerplants mounted out of the line of fire, on the backside of the suits of armor.
Comic book version of ''WTF! This Is A Liberal Utopia!' - A peek at an Ivy League college professor who suddenly awakens from a coma in the year 2050 to discover his fellow intellectuals have really succeeded. Experience his surprise when he sees first hand many of the pitfalls that befall a nation led by...
One of the most bizarre tales ever put to paper—the story of a swashbuckler, a woman of rare beauty and a weird, prehistoric world inhabited by the most peculiar race of cannibals ever spawned, the Barbarian King.
Little had stood in their way, a handful of hardcore socialists, dynasties who held sway over America's politics. No threat to their power and influence existed, nothing that could not be dispensed with by the propaganda of their news empires. They believed themselves untouchable...up until one fateful day.
Suddenly awakening from a coma, liberal English Professor Felix Schwartz discovers the country has gone through some notable changes during his three-decades-long nap. Tommy 'the hillbilly' is a Mob Traffic Controller, someone who monitors the new national pastime of rioting. Gertrude is your typical housewife in 2050: unmarried in the traditional sense, living in a trailer