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-- First Seen: 2011-04-26
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Digital Roswell, Texas Available Now!
"Wild Bill" and his Texas Rangers ride again, this time in a hi-rez, full color PDF release of the popular alternate history story from Prometheus award winner L. Neil Smith and cartooning legend Rex F. May (a.k.a. "Baloo"). Now readers can enjoy the full effect of Scott Bieser and Jen Zach's marvelous art for this fantastic tale of strangely familiar people living in a stranger world that is all too familiar.
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Roswell, Texas Coming To DriveThru!
"Wild Bill" Bear and his Texas Rangers ride again this Monday, February 1st! This time as a 150ppi PDF ebook available from DriveThru Comics.
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Tall panel, a shot from just behind and just above Ed, so we see his head in the bottom of the panel. But the focus is farther up, where we see Ed's 'target' standing a few meters in front of the cafe. The 'target' is a young man wearing sandals, baggy shorts, dark glasses and an aloha shirt. He has a camera on a strap around his neck and a Ceres Chamber of Commerce map in his hand. His stance should mark him as military, despite his costume.
A few uniformed soldiers are standing nearby, but they are moving away at Ed's approach.
Ed (thought): Could he be any more of a cliché?
Ed meanders around in front of the hotel, a few meters from the Target but not walking towards him.
Caption: Ed meandered in front of the hotel, waiting for a signal.
Medium shot of Ed, with the Hotel Cafe area sort of over his shoulder and to one side of him. We can see a very agitated-looking Rhonda among the soldiers there, all watching him.
Caption: Finally, Rhonda's increasingly obvious agitation forced him to zero in on his target.
Ed casually saunters up to the Target, who is looking confused.
Ed: Hi, friend, you look lost.
Ed: Let me help you find what you're looking for.
Target: I …