Science Fiction at its finest!
The premiere issue of Red Rabbit Presents brings you four action-packed stories in the tradition of great pulp sci-fi. In it you’ll find:
General Mikeal by A.K. Meek
General Mikeal is a living relic, a sentient robot allowed to survive the Great AI Purge three-hundred years ago. Rewarded for siding with mankind, the general now commands the 6th Mechanized, a cadre of lethal machines. The 6th is on-planet to break the back of an uprising; inter-dimensional aliens have possessed a species, manipulating their tech for war purposes. But there are dangerous surprises on the desert planet Erudia. Ambushed by an overwhelming foe, the general has to accept the help of the one thing robots hate the most: cyborgs.
Pest Control by Rhoads Brazos
Millennia from now, the last member of our meddlesome species seeks atonement. As deft as a surgeon, relentless, purging the vermin—he’s grown used to the task. After so many years, he moves through his job with ease. Today might just be another workday, but the galaxy is a big place, and there’s no telling what’s in it.
Imagine All the Insects by S.H. Mansouri
Space Marine Eric Sanders wants nothing more than to rock-out on Mars with his Gibson in peace, and make a few friends along the way. But with his fellow marines hell-bent on wiping out anything that treads on four legs, Eric must choose between the sound of heavy metal or plasma rounds ripping through his new friends.
C0N4N the Cybarbarian by Nick Cole
R.E. Howard’s most famous character comes to life in this future horror re-imagining of the legendary Conan the Barbarian. A runaway Reaper-Model Cyborg, fleeing the Tech Sorcerers of a world gone mad, enters the post-apocalyptic kingdoms of man’s last age. Considered a barbarian and an outsider, the Cyborg soon finds himself caught up in the intrigues and cabals of an eerily familiar world where men, mutant monsters and tech magic slay and plot for power, gold and salvage. But first the machine must survive the wilds of No Man’s Land and find a name, instead of an alpha-numeric identifier. The Terminator meets Conan the Barbarian in this sword and cyber-sorcery epic only one man could’ve imagined long ago.