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Zero Hour Epsilon Force



The comic series that I'm creating is called Zero Hour Epsilon Force. The setting of the story takes place in a fantasy alternate dimension separate from Earth where various types of creatures and mythical places (such as Atlantis) exist. The plot is about the character, Tyrannogator and his desire to make his planetary protection force known as the NSO while also initially struggling with his dislike for all humans who were the reason for his mother's death. His mother's death and his inability to protect her (at the time) is what sparks his desire to become a hero and make the NSO, as they employ the strongest warriors and heroes on the planet to protect against various types of threats such as planet conquering monsters or galactic warlord tyrants. Though the setting takes place in a fantasy mythical world, some events on Earth can still have an influence here as well, such as Jesus' Crucifixion, Black History or World War II for example. And also due to the existence of the games, the comic takes place in it's separate timeline called the C-23 timeline which is different from the games. The two timelines can however interfere with each other sometimes as they somewhat do in the first issue of the comic. While Tyrannogator is the main character, other characters will sometimes take the spotlight occasionally as well. The comic series starts off as a 56-page graphic novel that continues on from the Webtoon series. The first issue serves as both a conclusion to the Webtoon series which ended on a cliff hanger as well as a continuation of that. While the first issue is 56 pages, most issues after that will be 32 pages. You can click the button below to go to the page where the first issue is purchased.

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Haunted and bitter by the death of his mother at the hands of a human and how he was powerless to protect her as a child, Tyrannogator, seeks to become a hero and earn a spot on the roster of his planetary protection force in order to help people and fight for good. Unfortunately, he fails to make the team due to the vast amount of powerful warriors in his world and gets drafted to the military instead. While in the military, Tyrannogator, with the help of both his brother Gatorgon and a black man named William who survived the Tulsa Race Massacre back on Earth, is forced to confront his hatred towards all humans for his mother’s death when he is deployed on a mission to Atlantis to take down an evil time traveling human cyborg.



With an evil dragon deity looming on the other side of the galaxy, Tyrannogator must come face to face with one of the deity's rogue alien scientists: Now over his hatred of humans, Tyrannogator teams up with his friend William and two other humans to stop the scientist and his evil monster minions and creations from dissecting his close friends. While the first issue is primarily more of a black history type of comic, this issue is a little more diverse as it introduces more of the varied human races from Tyrannogator's world. This is also the beginning of the new story arc and it will address another real world issue.




"Tyrannogator is easy to root for! He is fearless funny and wise at every turn. His greatest superpower may be his genuine relatability!"

-Darrel Harris


What Shana Danielle has to say about Zero Hour Epsilon Force #1