A brave hunter spends hours stalking his game on a cool autumn day. Tired, hungry, and alone, he’s on the brink of giving up when he finally lays his sights on it – a big black American bear in this week’s comic.
He carries a wad of cash, wears bright colors, and has a sign posted his car–it might as well be a bull’s eye. He’s a pizza delivery driver and a prime target to be ambushed by four hungry and bored teens in this week’s comic.
One strong young boxer finds himself fighting more than just his fellow fighter. Find out what happens when just running into someone can trigger such a vulnerable state-of-mind. In this week’s comic we look at the affects of post-traumatic stress.
During a frigid winter morning in Maine, one coyote hunter has the luckiest hunt of his life, but at a cost. But hey, we are all forgetful at some point, aren’t we? Find out the fiery conclusion in this week’s comic. And the gear to do it.
As dutifully reported by Guns.com, this week the Center for Disease Control released their recommendations for survival in the event of the eminent Zombie Apocalypse. In this week’s comic, we see why…
In the city with America’s toughest gun control laws, keeping a handgun in your home can be a political statement or the means to do something a million times more important – to protect your family and home from violence, as we see happen for one West Chicago man in this weeks comic…
With all the back and forth about showing photos and not showing photos, the news media trying to piece together every scrape of new information in a vain attempt to recreate the events of May 2, 2011 and an entertainment industry assuredly pacing like a dog in heat to get their hands on the mov
It’s a hog day afternoon for the Texan truck driver in this week’s comic who, after firing a warning shot from his .357 Federal Magnum, got to see first hand the problem solving abilities, socialization and raw power of the North American wild hog as well as a reminder to keep one eye on the gas
In this weeks comic, some good natured Soldier saves a ball breaking Trooper’s life after he gets hit by two trucks. Sure was lucky he was wearing a vest.
The act of war, as often noticed in film and print, does a good job of exposing ironies in the human experience. So too is the case in this week’s comic from the front lines, regarding a US Marine of the Hindu faith, an order to shoot on sight and an unidentified trespasser.