Secret societies, spooky scientists and shuddery scenarios abound as SallyÕs Wasteland crusade reaches its epic conclusion, but what does this mean for our butt-kicking heroine? Will she save the world and bag the dude of her dreams to boot? Find out all and more in this nail-biting final issue!
VICTOR GISCHLER's novels include GUN MONKEYS (Edgar Award Best First Novel finalist), SHOTGUN OPERA (Anthony Award nominee), GO-GO GIRLS OF THE APOCALYPSE, VAMPIRE A GO-GO, and the crime fiction cult hit, THE DEPUTY. He also recently published an epic fantasy novel called INK MAGE. Gischler created the infamous DEADPOOL CORPS for Marvel comics and spent two years writing Marvel's bestselling X-MEN title. He is the season ten writer of ANGEL & FAITH in Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe for Dark Horse Comics. His creator-owned comics include KISS ME, SATAN and CLOWN FATALE from Dark Horse comics and SALLY OF THE WASTELAND from Titan Comics. SHOTGUN OPERA, GO-GO GIRLS OF THE APOCALYPSE and THE DEPUTY are in development for feature film adaptation. Gischler earned his Ph.D. in English at the University of Southern Mississippi. He lives in Baton Rouge as a stay-at-home-writer/dad with his college professor wife and son.
Inspired more by lust than common sense, and by a teenage desire to protect Tommy, the object of her desires, Sally leaves her bar job and joins the deranged crew of the Mississippi Duchess on a mission in to the remains of New Orleans.
Saving the remain of civilization plays second best to keeping her sweetheart safe as our smart and sexy princess of the wild frontier runs a gauntlet of gigantic freaks and roving gangs of blood-hungry barbarians!
The ever-so-cute but ever-so-slightly-insane Sally is the wayward daughter of writer Victor Gischler (X-Men, Angel & Faith, Noir) and artistic up-and-comer Tazio Bettin. This first issue in a fantastic new series proves Armageddon can be fun!
When Tommy takes off on a treasure hunt to the forbidden city of New Orleans, Sally follows the boy she loves on his expedition, because hell knows he canÕt take care of himselfÉ!
A satirical popcorn adventure, punctuated with garish set pieces and bawdy one-liners, Sally of the Wasteland is intended for the enjoyment Ð and delight Ð of mature audiences!
Collects Sally of the Wasteland 1-5
One night, David is awoken by a sound downstairs, and discovers a man in Amy's office, going through her work documents. Instinctively, David confronts the man and a fight begins. But not a fight between a stay-at-home dad and a common burglar. No, this is a fight out of a Bourne movie and it is intense. David wins, but barely. He tries to explain to the cops that this guy was no ordinary burglar but they mostly ignore him, especially when they find out what he does for a "living."
We now discover that David is a former Solo Ops officer, a soldier who was routinely dropped in war zones with a specific mission. If he was caught, the US government would disavow all knowledge of him. David was honorably discharged after too many missions and was excited for a quiet, normal life.
However, with Dante Payne now targeting Amy and her family, David decides to reactivate himself and take the fight to the vicious criminal lord. And Dante Payne has no idea who he's just crossed.