He began his stage career as a card manipulator. As his popularity grew, Harry Houdini quickly became known as one of the most colorful stage magicians and escape artists of all time. Then the movies came knocking, and the man people had only read about in the newspapers was suddenly starring on the silver screen, captivating audiences with his daring serial exploits. Harry Houdini was no longer just a magician; he was an international superstar. In 1904, he began a world tour starting in London and the adventures grew even more fantastic.
When the souls of the innocent cry for justice, one man hears their call: The Undead Avenger - Brother Bones. He stalks the Depression-era streets of Cape Noire, waging a never-ending war against the forces of darkness. Bones has never met a foe he could not defeat, but now he faces an enemy unlike any he has ever known. With a motley crew of unlikely allies - and his silver-plated twin .45s - Bones must stop an ancient evil that threatens not only Cape Noire, but the entire world.
"Pulp Noir / Horror / Fantasy"
After the bloody American Civil War ended, the rugged landscape that was the frontier West was soon flooded with all manner of immigrants - cowboys, pioneer settlers, and all manner of outlaws. In their path were the various Indian tribes desperate to save their way of life. Soon the mountains, plains, and valleys echoed with the sounds of gunfire, and blood flowed like rivers in these lawless territories.