Autistic Jimmy Kinder used to speak his own brand of Fred Flintstone language, communicate with space aliens, and influence intergalactic politics. Or at least he thought he did. The doctors said it was autism. Eventually Jimmy got better. He grew up. He left home. He was going to have a normal life. But then he found out the doctors didn’t know what they were talking about. Space travel, zombie laborers, interstellar capitalism, Suxi Pirates, Jepps Doll entities, one-eyed monsters and murderous swash-buckling assassins were more than the mere creation of his mind. They were real. They are real. And they have come to get him, because now it’s his turn to save the universe.
This third and final book of the Vampire Outlaw series has been six years in the making. Inspired by the poem I am a cowboy in the boat of Ra by Ishmael Reed, The Loup Garou Kid concludes where Vampire Outlaw began. Either read as a complete set, or stand alone, The Loup Garou Kid is a rare look into the playful creativity that Cemetery Dance Magazine called ‘a real work of literature.’ In the end, it is multiple-award winning author and comic book writer Brian Keene who says, ‘“ Vampire Outlaw of the Milky Way is what would happen if Ray Bradbury and Lin Carter got together to write a space opera. Only Weston Ochse could write something like this. In lesser hands, it would fall apart. Weston is one of the best authors of our generation.’