If you want to live in Gran Caracas you have two options: become a cop or die.
Night Hunters is a pulsing cyberpunk classic that tells the tale of two brothers who have to navigate the futuristic dystopian world of Venezuela, 100 years in the future.
How far would you go for your family? Would you enlist in a corrupt police department and slowly sell your body-parts for cyborg replacements so that your aging father can have a roof over his head? The only answer is pick up your gun and put one foot in front of the other.
This sci-fi epic by indie comics all-stars Alexis Ziritt (Space Riders, Tarantula) and Dave Baker (F*** Off Squad, Star Trek Voyager) combines the political sharpness of Paul Verhoeven and the bleak sense of humor of Judge Dredd. If you’re on the search for the next great genre must-read this combination of Robocop and Blade Runner is definitely what you want.
by Dave Baker & Alexis Ziritt
Paperback, 112 pages
"A brutal, honest, and uncompromising vision of the near future, brought to life with stunning art. Night Hunters is science fiction comic book storytelling at its best."
–James Tynion IV (Something Is Killing The Children)
"Dave Baker and Alexis Ziritt are the Crockett and Tubbs of indy comics. They show up and produce badass and original work while making it all look super stylish as it all goes down. Their sleeves are rolled up. They've done the job. Incredible!"
–Jim Mahfood (Grrl Scouts, Tank Girl)
Alexis Ziritt is originally from Venezuela, but has lived in Florida for the past decade. His comics Space Riders (Black Mask) and Tarantula (Adhouse) have garnered attention from every corner of the industry. His work has been published in Complex Magazine, Heavy Metal, Dark Horse, Image Comics, and many others.
Dave Baker lives and works in Los Angeles. His books F*** Off Squad (Silver Sprocket), Star Trek Voyager: Seven’s Reckoning (IDW), and Action Hospital (self published) have received widespread critical acclaim. His upcoming publications include Everyone Is Tulip (Dark Horse) and Forest Hills Bootleg Society (Simon and Schuster), with frequent collaborator Nicole Goux.