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Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 04 - The Man With The Blue Arm


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Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 04 - The Man With The Blue Arm


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Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 03 - Capes


Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 03 - Capes


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Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 02 - Strange Bedfellows


Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 02 - Strange Bedfellows


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Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 01 - Fighting is my Monday


Reckless Eyeballs Press - GUN 01 - Fighting is my Monday


Accolades


Accolades


…GUN is far more impressive than it has any right to be… a fine-tuned comic with its own voice and a distinctive look.
— Drew Bradley, Multiversity Comics

PLAYS OUT LIKE A GRINDHOUSE SUPERHERO MOVIE GONE AWRY…

–Will Dubbeld, Hammond Comics Blog
It has a rough around the edges indie charm to it, which along with the inventive world building and compelling characters makes Gun into a book that should be a sure-fire hit!
— Pipedream Comics, Best Of Comixology Submit 2016
…Foster is tapping into the swagger and pulpy goodness of yesteryear… What’s great about [his] work is that he’s having a blast. His love for the old school approach is apparent in every hand-drawn and hand-colored panel. This is a character-driven narrative with room for subtlety and wry wit.
— Henry Chamberlain, Comics Grinder
It’s a comics noir story about a super-villain and his super-villain friends and how they work together, how their society operates, how they bond and the limits of those bonds.
— Mike Gold, ComicMix

OUR CURRENT ISSUE

SLAUGHTERBALL: PART 1

THE MAN WITH THE BLUE ARM

You’ve heard it whispered about in dark bars and betting parlors… Slaughterball – the underground sport of super villains. Part Death Race 2000/ part Cannonball Run, players fight to get a time bomb known as the Slaughterball across an America-sized playing field and over the finish line before it detonates.

ESPN6 has exclusive rights and a media blackout; broke and desperate for funds to complete his masterpiece, legendary Hollywood director Ronson Wales receives an offer he may not want to refuse…  Meanwhile an implacable sheriff makes preparations to insure this will be the last time Slaughterball rips through his scenic, oceanside town… Gonzo journalist Woody Dallas gets what may be his last assignment: Cover the Slaughterball – from the inside. “I want you in the car, I want your foot on the gas, I want to smell the Napalm…”  His ticket to the ride? A small time gun by the name of Mr. Twist…