| November 3, 2011 | 0 Comments


The Koralian Star Empire was a military juggernaut that spanned lightyears.  It invaded and conquered other worlds more advanced than ours with relative ease.  Part of that ease was its forward advanced android units known as MOLCRONS.  Twenty-Five Molcron units were dispatched from the Koral Homeworld approximately 250 years ago to a backwater world known to the natives as EARTH.  On route 24 of the 25 units experienced a navigation malfunction caused by a gamma burst.  Those units were destroyed in an asteroid belt.  The surviving unit suffered some damage however that caused it to lose light drive and communications with the homeworld.  When it finnally touched down on Earth, it began its mission of subduing the native population to Koralian rule.  What it didnt know is that the gamma burst that destroyed its companion units also destroyed the Koral homeworld and caused the empire to collapse soon after.  So Molcron V continues its mission for a world that no longer exists!

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Dan Nokes is the sequential guru of the Southern Maryland DIY Revolution! When not wandering the uncharted wilderness of Lusby, MD in a supernaturally induced blood fever, he is the head of a little one man band called 21st Century Sandshark Studios. This bastion of indie comic goodness has to date put out a 67 page graphic novel (The Reptile and Mister Amazing 2002) a 12 issue maxi series (The Paranormals 2003-2008) a three issue western (The Pistoleers 2008-2010) and is currently working on the second and final volume of his dystopian classic (Adam and Eve: Bizarre Love Triangle in the Zombie Apocalypse 2011-2012) He is also working on illustration duties for Nick Davis' upcoming children's book (Unconditional: A Teddy Bear's Tale 2011). His future projects include his forray into webcomics with his Sci-fi comedy (Impossible Space Tales from The Last Pitt Stop) and a return to Super Hero Lore (The Reptile and Mister Amazing: The Return of Kat Carson)!

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