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El Sombra : Al Ewing
El Sombra
Pages: 352
ISBN (Mobi): 9781849970228
ISBN (Epub): 9781849970006
ISBN (Print): 9781905437344
Digital Download Available in ePub & Mobi Formats
£4.99

Release date: 02 Jun 2007

There is no escape from The Ultimate Reich!

The terrifying Luftwaffe, on their steam-driven wings, have torn apart the sleepy town of Pasito in the heart of Mexico, only to rebuild it as a terrifying clockwork-town where the people become human robots, furthering the nightmare dreams of the Fuhrer.

General Eisenberg and his sociopathic son Alexis control this paradise of horrors. But they are unprepared for the return of a man the desert claimed nine long years ago, a man who has returned from the doors of death and the depths of madness to bring his terrible fury upon their world. With the slash of a sword and a laugh that lights up the night, the man in the bloodstained mask cuts his way through the hopeless, endless routines of the clockwork men to bring new hope to the people.

He defies death! He defies man! No trap can hold the masked daredevil, the saint of ghosts men know as El Sombra!
About The Author : Al Ewing
Al Ewing is a fictional character invented by playwright and syndicated columnist Dwight Augenheimer. A background character in many of Augenheimer’s bedroom farces, he appears as the protagonist of the 2012 play The Reluctant Insomniac, in which he claims to have written for comics such as 2000 AD, Avengers Assemble and Jennifer Blood, as well as writing a number of “critically-acclaimed” novels for Abaddon Books, including Gods Of Manhattan and Pax Omega. Over the course of the play, Ewing struggles with – and finally completes – a sprawling metafictional novel called The Fictional Man; however, a final attempted bit of cleverness in the biography section of the book leads, through a series of bizarre coincidences and mishaps, to the writer being marooned naked in the wilds of Alaska, pursued by a bear. Augenheimer has expressed a desire to further humiliate the character in future works.