Tonight we’re gonna talk about some F-words. No, not the kind that would cause your mother to replace your corn flakes with soap flakes. Tonight, Irving Holt deals with his film, Grace Gunn her family, and for Bam Bam – it’s his fight. That doesn’t make things any less foul. But when your foes front, you gotta face those fears. All right, I’m finally finished.
In this issue, Young and Holt go back in time for a spell, and give you a bit of a peek behind the curtain as to how they escaped the dust up in Deadwood. Speaking of a peek behind the curtain, your Intrepid Marshal has asked that the opening discussion about Adventure Cards be included – as a bit of insight into how this group operates.
Well, time’s wasting, so let’s see… where they were.
Every once in a while you see something you don’t want to see. Hear something you don’t want to hear. Something you can’t get out of that picture palace in your mind. There’s a showing every 10 minutes, and ushers are making sure you stay in your seat. And for Miles Pike and Irving Holt, two veterans of Weird War One, they’re about to have front row seats once again.
Oh, and just in case… Some things get a little descriptive in this episode.
In this issue… Young and Holt and John Barnes as well as a number of other passengers find themselves about to run from a whole town full of Beelzebugs and Ashmen. It’s time to catch a train, and this is one ride, none of them want to miss.
Well, we’d best run along with this posse and see where they’re at…
Trust. It’s hard to find these days. And the path to find someone you can trust is like looking for a piece of hay in a needle stack. You might find it, but it’s gonna hurt along the way. The good doctor, Miles Pike doesn’t know who he can trust in Capone’s Outfit. Irving Holt trusts he just got the photo of a lifetime of the Alley Cat Killer. Bam Bam is trying to learn how to trust anyone outside his own two fists. And Grace Gunn? Well, she’s landed a case. A case that you can trust is going to take her someplace she may not want to go. And yet, when it comes to the cold streets of Chicago, these four are going to have to learn to trust each other before they get burned.
I’m your narrator, Ernest Wick, intrepid reporter for the Tombstone Epitaph.
In this issue… Young and Holt and John Barnes find themselves in a bit of a dust up in the saloon of a small town in the middle of the night somewhere along the tracks on their way to Denver. This would be acceptable under normal circumstances, but the three are currently dusting it up with townsfolk with ash for skin and a strange orange red goo for innards.
did I mention the beelzebugs they’re also tangling with?
Well, the lead and flames are flying, so we’d best see where they’re at…
Everybody loves making the easy choices. Cake or a dirt sandwich. A night at the Ritz or a week at Chateau de Hooverville. But when it comes to the tough choices, that’s where the butter really meets the bread. And for Tommy Bam Bam Prue, Miles Pike and Irving Holt, they gotta make a tough choice and maybe face a nasty truth about themselves.
In this issue… Young and Holt and John Barnes find themselves in the midst of a bit of strangeness while investigating a strange glow in a small town. They’ve come upon an individual who appears burnt to a crisp, yet his eyes just flicked open. I’m sure everything will be just fine. Just like I’m sure the Crowe Boys behave themselves, and the Rogue Valley is a safe place and the Barrow siblings are sleeping peacefully on the trail.
Well, things are heating up, so we’d best see where they’re at…