The heroes mop up and take aim at taking down the Big Brain.
We've been silent for a while, and you can certainly expect some more noise from us very soon. We're currently getting caught up on some editing and posting, and then, this very week, we will be recording a new episode, and getting back to a regular release schedule.
In the meantime, enjoy this special episode - the KantCon Awards 2013.
Unlike previous years, this one goes quick and dirty, and it won't seem like you're sitting through the Academy Awards ceremony from 2000.
Stay tuned, and, rest assured, we are still here, and we will be getting more content up soon!
After dealing with the effects of the bomb in Italy, they are shunted into the American Civil War. There they meet a hero who they have only heard a little about and an old friend, Dixie's Pride. Once they have settled those matters they face the Emancipator himself who seems desperate to prevent the tormented future that he comes from. While the heroes move to stop the destruction of the timeline, is there something else going on behind the scenes?
Volt awakens to the horror that has been unleashed on the world. Apparently the Emancipator has activated a bomb that destroyed the timeline, leaving the world as a simple piece of rock floating in time/space. Downtime managed to save the Angels and a few of their allies and told them that they will be dealing with the bombs in the past, while he deals with those in the future. Volt is still recovering from the shock when they are shoved into Renaissance Italy to deal with the explosive there.
(My apologies, the first episode managed to get eaten by the time bomb itself and disappeared. In the missing episode the Angels, minus Volt who was missing that session, was shoved back into prehistoric times to fight Emancipators riding dinosaurs. Just missed a bit of the shock factor for the arc.)
First on their list of places to visit is the dreaded Vampire Rock. Is the name merely a nickname or does it reveal some insight into the denizens?
While the Brothers are busy looking around for the cult of Vilkus, they discover that which dwells below. Will they manage to stay on its good side, or will they invoke the rather of the horror beneath Theos.