AfterShock Announce ‘Undone By Blood: The Other Side Of Eden’ For 2021

Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler’s Neo-Western, Undone by Blood, returns in 2021 and tells the story of a Depression era postman with a tragic past and not too great a future. Joining them on this new series. Undone by Blood: The Other Side of Eden is artist Sami Kivela (Abbot, Tommy Gun Wizards). You can read more about the set-up below;

“The early 1930’s, the height of the Great Depression and beginning of the Dust Bowl. Silvano Luna Del Rio works as a postman in Buttar, Texas. Reeling from a tragic past, with only a gun and a western novel to his name, Silvano sets out to take back from the country that took so much from him by robbing the first skyscraper West of Mississippi. But acts of retribution are never as simple as they seem.”

Nadler and Thompson shared their thoughts on what to expect from this new series:

LONNIE NADLER: “While Ethel’s story has come to an end, there are literally dozens of stories left for Solomon Eaton, as he’s the star of a popular series of Western novels in the world of Undone By Blood. And those novels have influenced a number of people over the course of history, for better or worse. So, in this second arc, Sol is back in a brand new tale and interwoven with that is the story of a young man in 1930s Texas who is out for a different kind of vengeance in the form of a wild heist. We’re keeping the same tone, so you can expect plenty of oddball characters and interruptions along the way. This is a perfect jumping on point as there’s no prerequisite knowledge required. Really, what we’re hoping to do here is bring the seasonal anthology format to comic books, in the same vein as Fargo and True Detective.”

ZAC THOMPSON: “Our protagonist in The Other Side of Eden, Silvano, is an employee of the United States Post Office Department. He’s one of the lucky few to have steady employment in a time of overwhelming struggle. Just like the first arc, we’re telling a story about a character who’s been ground down by life and is taking justice into his own hands in order to make things right. It’s a western set against the backdrop of widespread poverty and unemployment, where hardship and improvisation have become a way of life. Like the first arc, we’re shining a light on America’s past to reveal hard truths and tell a story about contemporary themes.”

Plus, AfterShock also shares these character sheets and interiors with us, ti share with you:

 

 

 

 

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