Titanium Rain in Stores and an Amazon Correction

As we have reported multiple times Titanium Rain is now out in stores for you to be able to pick up and let everyone know what you think.

As most of the readers of The Furnace know I have an 8 page story in the extras section which I had a great time working with Josh getting it polished to a level that I could never do on my own.

If and when you get it leave your thoughts on the bonus story here in the comments so I know what you think of it and where it can go from there.

Also when looking at the Product Description on Amazon I noticed something that could be taken the wrong way so I wanted to Apologize to Ed Lavallee. This is what is states:

Product Description

To be alive is to be at odds with the world. Man against nature. Man against man. The instinct to survive is what has made us who we are. In the year 2031, mankind s survival instinct is put to the test when a civil war in China spirals into global conflict. Nations are destroyed. Millions are killed. And for many, like US Air Force pilot Alec Killian, survival will mean shedding some of his humanity in exchange for biotech and machine. Is this the ultimate corruption of nature? Or, the birth pains of a new chapter in mankind s evolution? This is TITANIUM RAIN. This book collects the first four chapters of the TITANIUM RAIN series. Bonus material includes nearly 50 pages of articles, back matter, vehicle specs, and two never-before-published stories. Includes guest contributions from Emil Petrinic (artist, THE RED STAR), Martheus Wade (artist, JETTA: TALES OF THE TOSHIGAWA), Mike Colbert (writer, CRAZY MARY), Damian Smith (writer, REVERE), and Jules Rivera (artist, MARSH ROCKET).

Now I did contribute to Revere by Ed Lavallee and Grant Bond but when I read that it makes me think that I was the writer of Revere. I did a 2 page story as bonus material in the Hard Cover and I did not write the story or have anything to do with the concept of the story. I had met Grant as the first issue was listed in Previews so they already had things set to go from there.

If your wondering why I’m pointing that out it’s so no one can say I’m claiming fame for something I didn’t do.

So let us know what you think of Titanium Rain!

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