On today’s episode, Bryan showcases the brand new LBT 1476A-V2 pack with a detachable sustainment pack. He also answers some... View ArticleView Article
I’ve been waiting with bated breath for volume two of the Black Powder Red Earth series to drop from my friend Jon Chang and the Echelon crew. It’s now available thru Amazon in both hard copy and Kindle edition.
I really enjoyed the authenticity of the first issue in the BPRE storyline, which follows PMCs (Private Military Contractors) in their efforts to wage a war of ruthless intrigue and clandestine violence in the post-Iraq state using American special operations contractors.
If you enjoy graphic novels like I do, you should definitely give Black Powder Red Earth a look. If the dark and gritty hard-crime feel to the novel doesn’t keep you wanting more, the fantastic illustrations should do the trick.
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"I’ve been waiting with baited breath" "Bated breath". It means "held breath". "Baited breath" makes no sense.
"I’ve been waiting with baited breath"
"Bated breath". It means "held breath". "Baited breath" makes no sense.
iPad format available? Is this a continuation from V1? Is V1 necessary to fully appreciate V2?
iPad format available? Is this a continuation from V1? Is V1 necessary to fully appreciate V2? Thanks!!!
+1 for the awesome illustrations. Is it just me or does the guy in the center pane of that example above have a striking resemblance to our own Bryan Black? Say it ain't so Bry!