Storm Warning

Storm Warning

Unofficial Graphic Novel #3 for Fortniters

Nathan Meyer, Alan Brown

$8.99

  • Description
  • Author
  • Info
  • Reviews

Description

Defeating their enemies is challenging, but when the world is crumbling around them it’s next to impossible!
 
The Stonewood Survivors, still learning to work as a team, must prevent the villains Omega and The Visitor from acquiring vital Vindertech equipment and unleashing terror. But cracks in space and time have split the sky above Battle Island, adding even more dangerous surprises to their quest. Strange anomalies begin to mutate the landscape without warning. A devastating earthquake unleashes an active volcano. To make matters worse, dinosaurs run wild! Bravo Team struggles to rescue survivors and build the Stonewood Community amidst constant threats to their security.
 
Across the island, the Visitor operates a mysterious facility perched atop a volcano, where he’s building a massive robot. The New Omega leads her army of Secura-bots into Vindertech properties, looting technology. But the bad guys aren’t the only ones who’ve acquired new tech. Bravo Team has undergone a major upgrade and stand ready to slug it out wherever there’s a fight.
 
The key to stopping the villainous duo lies beneath Lonely Lodge. There, in a clandestine Vindertech facility, a Quantum Drive prototype rests in cryogenesis. Team Bravo scrambles to beat the Visitor and Omega to the prize, but it will be a brutal race to the finish!
 


Author

Nathan Meyer:
Nathan Meyer is a freelance writer with more than fifteen traditionally published novels in the work-for-hire, media tie-in, and ghostwriting fields. He's worked on various projects with gaming companies Wizards of the Coast, Green Ronin Games, and Privateer Press, as well as publishers such as Alloy Entertainment, Working Partners UK, Relay Publishing, and HarperCollins/Harlequin.


Nathan Meyer is a freelance writer with more than fifteen traditionally published novels in the work-for-hire, media tie-in, and ghostwriting fields. He's worked on various projects with gaming companies Wizards of the Coast, Green Ronin Games, and Privateer Press, as well as publishers such as Alloy Entertainment, Working Partners UK, Relay Publishing, and HarperCollins/Harlequin.

Info

Reviews