Gwen is a young girl adopted by a nomad tribe in a desert post-apocalyptic world. When Gwen's friend is kidnapped, she and an old woman called Roseline embark on a trip to bring him back.
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Finally in print! Mike Grell’s Jon Sable returns in his latest adventure chock full of nuclear holocaust, Ashes of Eden. Sable is hired to deliver a diamond and a girl safely to New York; a simple enough job if the rock wasn't the size of a bomb and the girl wasn’t Bashira—who, of course, is as unbelievably gorgeous as she is completely mysterious... Sable finds himself at the wrong party, but the right place to run into a major character from his past as Maggie the Cat turns up looking for the Magoffin Diamond! Did Maggie steal the rock? Did Sable? And besides making him late for a date, what's that van full of murderous thugs got in store for him? Writer, Artist and Cover Artist: Mike Grell --