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City of Angels: The Fallen Valkyrie
By The Editor
May 4, 2016 - 15:45

Writer(s): Matthew Fagan
Penciller(s): Mark Welser
Inker(s): Mark Welser

City of angels is a dark and miserable town infested with criminals, crooked cops and sexy dames. Some searching for vengeance, some for redemption and others, both. The Fallen Valkyrie is one of three Crime noir graphic novels in the City of Angels series.

NOTE: Excessive nudity and violence makes this an ADULTS ONLY title.

The protagonist Kirk a loner in the mean streets of City of Angels, slowly slipping into isolation and misanthropy. He grows increasingly disgusted with the corruption and human filth in the City of Angels, it's been 8 years since he was framed for the murder of his family. Locked away in a Mental Asylum just waiting for his chance to settle the score, by finding the Bastards who framed him. While on his trail of bloody revenge, he discovers just how far up the killing really goes.

THE DETAILS: City of Angels: The Fallen Valkyrie is a 136-page, soft cover all new graphic novel. If you want a unapologetic, Gritty noir graphic novel that'll knock you on your ass. I cordially invite you to get The Fallen Valkyrie.

City of Angels: The Fallen Valkyrie is the first installment of the what author Matthew Fagan calls his neo noir mythos. It features tales of obsession, revenge, and redemption in a miserable town fueled by greed, violence and sex. It features cutting edge artwork by Mark Welser (Savage Dragon, SuperPatriot, Johnny Raygun, Low Key Comics and Zombie Bomb)

City of Angels  is currently available on Kickstarter hoping to raise the $25,000 to finish the book.

For more information visit
City of Angels Kickstarter

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