The thrills continue in this critically acclaimed diesel-punk graphic novel
series set in a sci-fi version of the early 20th century!
beginning of the twentieth century, one sixth of the world's wealth
vacationed in and around the tiny Georgia island of Jekyll. Captains of industry
like Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, Morgan, and Carnegie all called the Jekyll area
home. Blending elements of historical fact, clockwork technology, and
diesel-punk style, The Jekyll Island Chronicles span an age of furious
mechanical advancement while exploring the span of man's soul -
whether good or evil.
In Book Two of this alt-history adventure, Peter,
Helen, and the rest of Carnegie's "Specials" would like
nothing more than to return to normalcy along with the rest of the
country-especially after defeating their enemies in Book One. But the
anarchists have other plans. Luigi Galleani and the Zeno cabal reach out from
Europe, across the Atlantic, to wreak havoc, divide the enemy, build an army,
and capture plans for the world's deadliest weapon. If they are to be
stopped, the tiny group of heroes from Jekyll will need to find new resolve, new
resources, and new allies-and do it all before Nikola Tesla's most
terrible creation is unleashed.
STEVE NEDVIDEK has worked in film, radio, and television and received his Masters Degree in Theater from Wake Forest University, where he completed his thesis in make-up design. He is an avid cartoonist, model maker, writer, and movie watcher, and resides in the Atlanta suburbs with his wife, three kids, and dog. ED CROWELL holds advanced degrees in political science and international affairs. He is an executive at a non-profit and a writer with dozens of published articles. A lifelong fan of science fiction and fantasy, he and his wife have two children who went off to college, leaving Ed and Cynthia with two cats, a fish, and a dog. JACK LOWE is a student of film making and themed entertainment. A passionate storyteller with a bent toward immersive, multi-sensory experiences, Jack and his wife, three children, two dogs, and two cats live in a 150-year-old farmhouse near Lost Mountain in Georgia. J. MOSES NESTER graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design and is a freelance comic artist. His work has been in the Horizon Anthology Vol. 1 and the Game On anthology.