Rating: Rated 16+ for violence, language, suggestive dialogue, sexual conversations
A machinomic hybrid of comic and traditional novel, told with captions and narration, featuring images that captions go to which are edited screenshots from scenes shot using the Director Mode feature in Grand Theft Auto V for PlayStation 4. This story is a part of The Gerosha Chronicles, by Dozerfleet Comics, a division of Dozerfleet Productions. It’s part of the Legacy sub-series within that series.
In this tale, it’s September of 2015. It’s been 25 years since Stan and Shalia Flippo and their allies rescued Boonville, Indiana (now called Gerosha) from the nefarious Hebbleskin Gang. It’s also been six years since Chris Kennal turned against his former Sleet Mountain boss, Clyde Spendelworth, after learning that Clyde was also the ringleader of a human trafficking ring dubbed “Gleeful-N’-Young.” After the woman he loved, Ashley, was hurt by Clyde’s activities, Chris went on a warpath of vengeance. Using pyrotechnics and stealth to mimic some of the abilities of the Marlquaanite “supernatural” vigilante Extirpon, Chris has reinvented himself as a pyromaniacal copycat serial killer. Those who don’t mistake him for Extirpon, mostly only know him by one other name: the Purge-Flare.
Things appear to be worse, not better. With most of Gleeful-N’-Young decimated, Clyde has turned to the Hebbleskins for help – and for revenge! Gerosha is the next target. But first, Clyde struggles with whether to send the ultra-violent and psychotic Frank Morvel to carry out the “Gerosha Job,” or whether to send in the more tactful Mike “the Pencil” Javelin.
Chris and his new sidekick, Don “Module” Glotine, want to increase the odds that Ciem and the National Guard will get involved, to overpower Gleeful-N’-Young and destroy it. Therefore, they want to force Clyde to send Frank to Gerosha. To do that, the despised pedophile “Pencil” must not be made available. Pencil must die!
To pull this off, Purge-Flare and Module need to infiltrate the Cincinnati Airport for a quick assassination, while Pencil awaits a private jet near the runways. However, a surprise phone call from an unexpected ally reveals to Chris and Don that the enemy is on to them. Sticking it to Pencil may be easy. Ending this assignment alive will prove much more dangerous!