Teens Josie Winters and Jimmy Kane are drawn into a world of monsters and magic they never knew existed when they find a super soldier left for dead in the desert. Returning to life, with partial amnesia, Colonel Mark Kenslir eventually remembers his last mission: stop a shapeshifter on the...
Josie Winters: A recent high school graduate from Chandler, AZ, Josie is a tall, slender young lady with long black hair and green eyes. An avid motocross enthusiast, Josie grew up without a father- hers having died in a fire when she was very young. When Mythical opens, Josie is about to start her adult life- but first she takes one last trip into the desert with her friends...
Jimmy Kane: Josie Winter's best friend and classmate since kindergarten, Jimmy Kane is a thin, sickly-looking teen with brown hair and briwn eyes. Completely unremarkable but with a talent for fixing motorcycles. Jimmy has wanted to tell Josie he loves her his whole life- now he's got one last chance when she and Jimmy join their friends for a post-graduation trip into the desert.
Mark Kenslir: Colonel Mark Kenslir, the last of the 20th Century's finest super soldiers. Kenslir has been leading a new team of super soldiers in the twenty-first century, men made of living stone. The 6'4", black haired, green-eyed giant possesses a unique ability to heal any wound and possesses inhuman strength, and is unaffected by magic or psionic attack. Kenslir's life is turned upside down when he and his squad are killed in Arizona. He returns to life, regenerating his wounds, but has a problem putting his memories back together. When he does, it's clear he must complete his mission and avenge his men.
Ketzkahtel: In pre-historic taimes, Ketzkahtel the giant lived like a god among men- devouring his minions, starting with their hearts. After his people rose up against him, Ketzkahtel was bound in chains and buried in a crypt, where he laid for millenia. In the modern era, Ketzkahtel has been freed and is on the loose, ripping out the heart of men and women to steal their life force, their form and even their memories.
Experience vs. Strength: The protagonist has been defending the U.S. since 1950, and is a skilled combatant. The antagonist is far younger but possesses more supernatural power. Which will determine the final outcome- Experience or strength?
Good vs. Evil: The shapeshifting giant Ketzkahtel embodies evil, gaining power by sacrificing and eating his human prey. Mark Kenslir is a soldier dedicated to serving his country and protecting the populace, and who has a rigid sense of morals many would consider out dated.
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