Beyond the Bermuda Triangle lies a world so hostile to human beings that those stranded there know it as 'The Planet Of the Damned!' When a Tri-Star jet crashes on this treacherous world, the survivors find themselves being relentlessly attacked by all forms native flora and fauna, including the monstrous Ab-humans. Fortunately they are discovered by Flint - another human resident stranded on this world long ago. With their axe-wielding guide in taking charge, some of the survivors may just find a way to return home alive! It's the 23rd century and the starship Eternity sets out from Earth carrying a cargo of colonists bound for new lives on distant worlds. When the ship is knocked off course, crashing on an unknown alien planet, Commander Lorna Varn and colonist leader Richard Cory must set aside their differences and work together to keep everyone alive.
Pat Mills is the creator and first editor of 2000 AD and co-creator of ABC Warriors, Finn, Flesh, Nemesis the Warlock and Slaine. In the US, Pat is best known for Marshal Law, the cult character he co-created with artist Kevin O'Neill.
Alan Hebden scripted a number of comics in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including strips for Battle such as The Rat Pack with artists Carlos Ezquerra, Massimo Belardinelli and Eric Bradbury, Major Eazy with Carlos Ezquerra, War Dog and Fighting Mann with Cam Kennedy and both Death Squad and Crazy Keller with Eric Bradbury. For Starlord he wrote Mind Wars which featured the art of Jesus Redondo, and he scripted the majority of Planet of the Damned (it’s opening having been scripted by Pat Mills). His prolific work for 2000 AD included Meltdown Man and the sequel to Harlem Heroes with Massimo Bellardinelli. He also scripted Death Planet which featured the first female lead in a 2000 AD strip. Alan is still working in the industry today, writing various war stories for DC Thomson’s Commando and is also currently working on a violent, sexy novel that follows a blood-soaked trail of retribution, from the India of the Raj on the eve of WW1 to England and Italy at the start of the Swinging Sixties.
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