Thought-Provoking Science Fiction Comic Book For Sale
What if we discovered the source of life on Earth and it led to war with an alien race? The Killing Machine combines the thought provoking writing of Arthur C. Clarke with the action and space battles of Star Trek. Written by Darin S. Cape and featuring the art of Michel Fortin.
The artwork is stunning, and the characters are well-developed. This is a must-read for science fiction fans!
The Killing Machine is one of the best science fiction comics I have ever read. The story explores the nature of life in the universe, and does so in an exciting and thought-provoking way.
The Killing Machine is the first book of an epic, thought-provoking, and action-packed science fiction story exploring an age-old question about the nature of life in the universe. In the first issue entitled "I Want to Fly," you met Richter, an Autonomous Robotic Commander (ARC), put in charge of a crew of human soldiers on a dangerous mission. You also met Lieutenant Coni, a battle-hardened veteran with a dark past. Richter manages to land on an alien planet while Lieutenant Coni confronts a more powerful, alien vessel in space.
In the second issue entitled "The Hand of God," scientists discover a mysterious object deep under the ocean which appears to be the source of life on Earth. The discovery of this object, known as the "Hand of God," incites a political battle between the nations on Earth as well as the creation of an international cult who seeks to liberate the artifact.
In the third issue entitled "The Ganymede Anomaly," the threads of the story will be drawn together, revealing more about origin of "The Hand of God," humanity's conflict with the alien race, and Richter's mission to the alien planet. With your help, we can continue to bring this unique and powerful story to life.
Don't Miss The Disciple
The Disciple is the first novella expanding on the story of The Hand of God.
A brilliant young biologist, determined to unravel it.
John Haggerty is a web of conflicting emotions after his religiously devout mother dies, shaking both his faith and his sense of identity. But that doesn't stop him from immediately returning to his academic pursuits. A career-defining opportunity comes in the form of an invitation to join a scientific expedition investigating the origins of life on Earth. Soon, John finds himself twelve thousand meters below the ocean's surface, exploring the secrets of an extraterrestrial object known as The Hand of God. But John has secrets too, and the voices in his head are growing louder.
Struggling with his inner demons leads John back to the surface where a chance encounter with a mysterious woman entangles him in a cultish agenda. When John reassumes his duties in the deep, a sinister force commands his movements. And by the time he detects the deadly plot he'd been dragged into, The Hand of God reaches out, transforming his life forever.
Michel spent his childhood on his family’s farm in Quebec. Working in construction for many years before reinventing himself as an artist, Michel is highly regarded science fiction artist work working in comics and the gaming industry. You can Michel and see his portfolio