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The Naked Boy Part 3 By Daniel Duford
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The Naked Boy continues on his westward journey in the penultimate chapter of this American epic. The Naked Boy and his new friend Frank the Bum meet Big Man and the last of his tribe. They join... More > together to face off in a last stand against The Boy General. Meanwhile, all the characters in this birth of the nation story move inexorably west for a final collision on the other side of the mountains.< Less
The Naked Boy Part 2 By Daniel Duford
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Summer is in the air as The Naked Boy saga continues. The Naked Boy grows older as he crosses the continent to kill The Great Bear. In this episode he meets a family of escaping slaves en route to... More > Freedom City. Freedom City has another knickname- The City of Big Men, and the City of Big Men is the heart of a vast military industrial complex. The Governor of Freedom City is going to run for president and the Naked Boy is the key to his campaign. Ursula and The Great Bear try to find out who is keeping them from contacting The Naked Boy directly. And the Naked Boy continues to lose body parts as he rambles West in this exciting second chapter of this American epic.< Less
The Green Man of Portland # 1 By Daniel Duford
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The Green Man of Portland tells a cross-generational story about people affected by the Green Man of Portland. Whenever the archer hits someone, her vision changes. An aura of flowers grows from the... More > heads of passersby. Suddenly a building called “The Greenwood” is visible where there was no building before. A giant tree larger than any buildings in town towers over the city. On certain nights, a great white celestial stag is spied in the skies over Portland. The Green Man’s arrows pierce the secret history of Portland. The stories range from the earliest tribes in the Willamette Valley to contemporary Portland, Oregon. The Green Man’s arrows touch each character, changing their lives. The ensemble cast affects each other throughout the ages in peripheral ways.< Less