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Protektor Drei By Gerry Swanson

Protektor Drei is a giant alchemical monster built by an ancient culture. After sleeping for thousands of years, the creature is awoken in the year 2084 to protect the Earth once again. There's only one problem. In order to protect, it must destroy!... Read It Now!
Christopher Lowrance's Review of Protektor Drei
Gerry Swanson's comics may be full of death and destruction, but don't be fooled... they're about love.
Gerry loves his subject matter, be it terrible monsters devouring one another, Conquistadors getting mauled by dinosaurs, or in Protektor Drei's case giant stone robots smashing up the place. Drei's like a hot fudge sundae of perfect monster-movie moments - the soldier shouting "Unleash Hell!" before attacking, the last-ditch superweapon failing, the angry general shouting down the reasoned scientist. Reading like one giant ode to the genre, with Gerry's own original twists spun in, Protektor Drei is nothing short of a labor of love. ... read it now!


Brenna Zedan's Review of Protektor Drei
I am really confused, and totally loving it.
So there are these folks all back in pre-Sumerian times, right? And they build this crazy huge robot to protect them from these things coming out of the Teufergatter--stay with me here--only it doesn't activate in time, and those poor guys are obliterated and the robot is dug up and awakened eight thousand years later.

That's in the first four pages.

It gets even weirder from there.
Gerry Swanson's detailed and meticulous inking style, first seen in the cult favourite Biozoic, pack this comic full of movement, action, and some of the most fun armour and tech design around.

Swanson says of Protekter Drei, "this comic is a mixture tongue-in-cheek parody, and deadly seriousness." Really, there is no better way to sum it up. ... read it now!




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