November 25, 2012
I am only a man who, like yourself, searches for answers in the dark hallways of this cyber hell; this bristling web of electric razors that ring incessantly in my head. Where is the exit; the short-circuited birth canal that deposited me here? I'll climb the tangled wires that hang from its blackened walls to escape this dungeon of death. How dare they leave confined in this plasma-charged prison with the likes of YOU! I'll drive my fist into the belly of this machine until it regurgitates my vengeance onto the heads those who have tormented me; who have stolen my life! Move along, there is nothing here for you either, and for your sake, pray our paths never cross again.
Not really. I just joined this site because I love comic books and good stories. I'm a screenwriter looking to create a graphic novel of my screenplay, "Planet Hunters" which I'll let you read a little bit about here:
By Robert Hosking
As America struggles to survive a nuclear winter, a brilliant computer programmer must find a way to expose a secret society of earthbound aliens and defend the world against their returning planet.
In the future, as the world endures a nuclear winter, a rogue planet enters our solar system on a collision course with the sun. The U.S. President assures the public they have nothing to worry about, but a portion of the planet survives the impact and heads back toward earth.
Years before this, war had destroyed most of America's armed forces, and in a desperate bid to rebuild our defenses, we turned to a technically advanced firm known as the “TSC” for help. With a brilliant computer programmer (Travis Walker) as their project leader, they developed a replacement army of android soldiers.
Having lost his own mother in the war, Travis felt his work might one day lead to a machine that could bring about world peace. But years later, he would become an outspoken critic of the TSC after they persuade the government to support the use of RFID implants in Americans, and herd them into “survival camps” run by android soldiers. Safety and security become the government’s mantra as the nation rebuilds, but the TSC has a more sinister agenda; they want the population consolidated into camps to make human extermination easier.
Travis decides to conduct his own investigation into the TSC and begins working on a device to block the signal from his ID implant. As his work progresses, he begins experiencing strange "visions." He sees aliens and complex mathematical formulas and soon realizes he is a conduit to ancient knowledge which reveals how to build a device that can protect the world from attack; but attack by whom?
With help from his girlfriend’s father, college professor, Dr. Zahi, Travis discovers the TSC members are descendants of malevolent aliens who once hunted humans for food during the dawn of civilization. After being driven from earth by an advanced race of giants, the invaders left behind a small group of aliens assigned to weaken human resistance in advance of their return. That group of aliens formed a secret society which later became the TSC. Over the centuries they acquired great wealth and political influence which helped them initiate the catastrophic nuclear conflict which brought the world to its knees.
In order for the aliens to accomplish their goal of making earth their new home, they must first find and eliminate the only person who can stand in their way – the one they call the "Peacemaker." Travis soon realizes he is the one the giants passed their knowledge onto before they became extinct. He must now find a way to stop the alien invasion and save the human race.
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