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Road to Ruin

by (author) Bob Prodor

Bayeux Arts, Inc.
Initial publish date
Sep 2012
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Sep 2012
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Social paradoxes examined through the medium of a graphic novel.....'Road to Ruin' is the story of a group of ne'er-do-wells in the early 1960s with limited super-powers. Instead of dressing up as 1930s wrestlers and fighting crime, they decide to emulate their heroes, 'The Rat Pack,' by dressing stylishly and heading out on the road robbing banks and looting towns. They are 'The Bad Guys.' As the story progresses we see that, despite their rough exterior and their foolish infighting, the group is like a surrogate family who care deeply for each other. Their humanity is revealed when they have to fight for their lives against a group of monstrous government agents that make them look like choir-boys. Get ready to root for 'The Bad Guys.'

About the author

Bob Prodor is an illustrator who started with Edmonton's underground music scene where he created posters for many infamous bands. He moved to Vancouver where his clientele included UFC teams, a burlesque troupe, and more. Here, Bob created the term "outlaw art," taking outsider art one step further 'out.'

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