300 years after civilization was destroyed and mankind nearly wiped out, what’s left of the global population is held prisoner by a new race of robot called Torem.
Hiding in a settlement off the grid are teenage Kassia, a talented inventor who yearns to explore; and her adoptive father Hax, a weathered resistance fighter, trying to drown his demons. Everything changes when Kassia finds Alpha, a robot soldier preserved from the Torem War – a hero willing to fight for humanity, even if he is severely outdated.
As Hax and Kassia struggle to mend their relationship, with Alpha’s help they join the resistance fighting to free the human race and uncover the dark secret kept by the ruthless Torem leader, Delta.
Jonathan Kincaid is a mild mannered banker with an undiscovered violent streak and has spent the last 22 years of his life punishing himself for the incarceration off his twin brother, Jeffrey. In those years he’s repressed even the slightest feelings of anger which has turned him into a weak-willed pencilneck of a bank manager.
All of that changes when three mob associates crash into his life and offer a trade – the life of his debtor brother in exchange for helping them rob his bank. Jonathan is left with a choice – save the brother he hasn’t seen in years or do nothing and watch him die.
You can only be afraid for so long!
What if you could wish revenge on everyone who makes your life hell, and someone (or something) would do the dirty work for you?
When bullied Deacon learns the dark past of his small town Texas high school he discovers a vengeful ritual used to wreak havoc on his enemies – like the school’s all-star quarterback.
But when Deacon wakes up covered in someone else’s blood, he realizes that the ritual was no childish game. And with every passing day the lines blur between the payback he envisioned and the revenge he’s committing.
Little Red Riding Hood like you’ve never read before! Sixteen year-old Red Sanders has just been chosen to fight every last creature that goes bump in the night – and it will cost her every last person she has ever loved.
A revamped story of the Brothers Grimm classic tale!
This title is currently being converted into a full-story novel. Stay tuned for details.
“Wake up, America! This is your chance to be transformed from zero to superhero LIVE on national television! Be more than human! Earn your spot with the world’s next great team – The Elite!”*
*Note that eligible contestants will undergo extreme mental and physical examinations before, during and after the “Process” is administered. Upon selection, contestants agree that A) all rights and services – whether finished or unfinished – produced during the course of the show and throughout the Universe in perpetuity are the sole property of the network and its subsidiaries and B) the network holds no responsibility with regards to the safety and physical well-being of the contestants. Furthermore, the “Process” has been tested, but in certain cases trial subjects have developed severe abnormalities, mutated physical appearances, uncontrollable powers, and the occasional death…
Bullies out for blood, teachers who love to watch you squirm, and a girl who doesn’t know you exist… As if high school wasn’t hard enough, Zander Young has now learned that he’s destined to save the universe.
And if he can believe in himself he just might do it!
A troubled teen, Jess, and her mother have just moved to the small town of Creston, Colorado. Lost in the local woods, Jess discovers a boy who has been tortured to within an inch of his life. In trying to save him, Jess only succeeds in finishing the killer’s job. The killer witnesses the act and begins targeting Jess – not to make her a victim, but to transform her into his student as he watches from the shadows, closer than Jess can imagine.
When young Skat has trouble falling asleep, his mother rushes in to sing him the monster’s lullaby. This is the first 0-4 children’s book from Paper Street Comics and will continue as part of the “My Little Monsters” series.
Limericks and other tales of warning are told through Skully, an unfortunate patron of the Undead Bar. These stories are Victor’s nod to two of his favorite shows growing up (Tales From the Crypt & The Twilight Zone) and were contributions for several anthologies that may one day be collected as a single book through Paper Street.