Sunday, December 18, 2011

An American Apocalypse: Two Cop's LAST mistake

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An American Apocalypse is a Zombie story based deeply in the religious, mythical, and superstitious amalgam that is New Orleans.  New Orleans was the center of the French, English, African and Native American cultures. Many of their beliefs became distorted and mixed over the years and created the Creole culture.  The term Zombie came from the haitian-creole based cultures in the caribbean and is nothing like today's versions that are completely unintelligent brainless killing machines.  That is a version introduced in 1968 by George A. Romero for his Night of the Living Dead franchise.  The versions presented here are mystical zombies created by hoodoo mysticism.  

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

An American Apocalypse: Two Cop's Mistake

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An American Apocalypse discusses the decisions those in power make and the repercussions of their decisions.  Here are two cops fleecing a dead citizen and "cleaning up" after Hurricane Katrina.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

A Villain

An American Apocalypse is a politically driven book about the aftermath of Katrina.  Mayor Ray Nagin makes an appearance...

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

An American Apocalypse

Welcome to the official online presence of the new graphic novel An American Apocalypse.  This book is written by former Colorado State Senator Bob Hagedorn and drawn by up and coming comic artist, Jay Peteranetz (see additional art here:  Follow this blog as it is updated on the progress of the book, as well as upcoming events and appearances for the graphic novel.