Dust jacket by J.K. Potter
America at the end of the Twentieth Century was a dangerous place. It was a place conceived in liberty, yet threatened by the forces of oppression and evil. It was a place where fanatics--political and religious, foreign and domestic--sharpened their swords to attack an innocent populace whose love of freedom was matched only by its lack of irony.
It was a sick place in need of sick heroes.
And so they came:
PORNO GIRL, whose consumption of filth was merely a disguise to conceal her purity of soul...
THE RACIST RANGER, whose repugnant jibber-jabber masked the fact that his strength was as the strength of ten...
And Danny Clayton, the infamous LAUGHIN' BOY -- born in tragedy, caught in a despicable act -- who would become both the most beloved and most hated man on earth.
In other words: Its Savior.
It would depend on whether he lived long enough for the rest of us to find out.
Laughin' Boy is available only from Subterranean Press in two editions:
Limited: 750 signed numbered hardcovers
Lettered: 26 signed leatherbound copies housed in a handcrafted traycase
- J. K. Potter
- Bradley Denton
- 286 pages
- United States
- Out of Print