By Ronald Kelly
Chaos reigns supreme. Social and economic upheaval, rampant terrorism, and nuclear annihilation have turned the earth into a vast wasteland. And, in Texas, the gates of Hell have been cracked open, unleashing its evil and fury upon the undeserving. The inhabitants of Ruin Town find themselves as unwilling pawns, trapped between warring forces, desperately attempting to survive. Even when the bombing and gunfire cease, they can find no refuge, no relief, for afterwards, Satan himself descends mercilessly upon them? in the form of General Payne and his band of sadistic mercenaries. It is then that the suffering truly begins. Murder, rape, racial intolerance, mutilation? all are heaped upon those who dwell in Ruin Town, if only to feed the General?s insatiable lust for power and sadistic pleasure. Afterward, the broken and dying seek out the only one who can deliver them from the horror that their world has become. The one who can miraculously meld flesh to flesh, and bone to bone.He is the healer supreme, the medico grande? the Flesh-Welder.