Rust: The Boy Soldier

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 4/5/2016
  • Publisher: Archaia

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The story of the Boy Soldier begins!

Made to look like a boy but built for battle, Jet Jones is a robot caught in the middle of an ongoing war. While trying to save as many people as he can, Jet discovers there is more to who he is and what he was made for than he could have ever imagined. His experiences in the war set him off on a journey to learn what it means to both hero and human. It is the first adventure of many for the rocket boy. 

Written and illustrated by Royden Lepp, Rust: The Boy Soldier collects the previously released prologues from the first three volumes of the critically acclaimed series Rust along with the yet to be released prologue from the upcoming fourth and final installment. Together for the first time and in an all new reading order, Rust: The Boy Soldier is the complete story of Jet Jones’s time in war and the beginning of this high octane, all ages adventure.

Author Biography

Royden Lepp was born and raised on the Canadian prairies. He was kicked out of math class for animating in the corner of a textbook, and he failed art class for drawing comics instead of following the class curriculum. He now draws comics and works as an animator in the video game industry. Royden resides in the Seattle area with his wife, Ruth, and their son, Edison.

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