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6/20/16

This announcement is to inform all of our readers that “Heaven’s Lost Rebellion will be undergoing some MAJOR changes in the coming months.  Some of the content you know will change, as well as some other much-needed improvements.  This is all happening in order to improve the quality of our work for YOU, our readers.  We want you to continue to enjoy our work. 

We would also like to announce our entering into a creative collective known as “
Skyrunner Creative!” This a new group of creators, banding together under a single banner in order to aid each other - and our fellow indie‘s.
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I want to give a huge thanks to my newest partner,
"1HERO" (Jerry Wright), our AGS illustrator, Van Alencer, a new friend (and editor) Mike Schneider, and last but certainly not least, two more artists I am working with for upcoming stories and lore illustrations  - Thej Yhome and Eric Brown.  

We have a full plate in store for the future, and hope to continue to bring you improved creations EVERY time!  As always, thank you all!

- Christopher Gunn

In Tumbleweed Vagrant , a ronin angel wanders into a run-down town in the Deadlands of Domum on planet Trinity. He only wants one thing - breakfast.  When a teenage girl and her assailants interrupt him, he realizes he is in for more than just a quick morning meal.

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Heaven's Lost Rebellion is the story of two brothers engaged in a global civil war. Michael Mizoguchi fights for loyalty. Lucas Mizoguchi rebels on principle, for the sake of his people. The story personifies duality and evolution, natural or otherwise. The series epitomizes how every conflict or situation - and every person - encompasses two sides of the same coin. In some cases, right does not always represent "correct," nor wrong "incorrect."