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When a young girl goes missing, an investigation into a possible kidnapping leads Detective Slade Tatum down a path of secrecy, corruption, lies and unspeakable horrors that are sure to leave the small New Los  Angeles safe-zone of Chinatown, changed for all time.

Set in the Goremageddon universe (originally the Toxic Holocaust tabletop miniatures game), Chinatown is a safe-zone that sits in New Los Angeles. Goremageddon features various themes, including an over the top post apocalyptic setting, thrash metal, synthwave music, gore, horror, exploitation and others. Chinatown features its own themes, such as 80's crime drama, gritty cyberpunk action, synthwave music and 80's style action.

Chinatown is the Monolith's second official title and an ongoing series, created by Neuicon and written by the talented Chris Reynolds (creator and author of the Cartel Tactical Centre, who has written various short stories included in the ongoing magazine).

Included in this download, is a PDF of episode thirteen, in a lavishly stylized document (the PDF is best enjoyed in a two-page viewing format). This final episode of the inaugural season includes Blood on the Streets, a set of tabletop wargame rules, from CPOP, and based on the upcoming Goremageddon tabletop miniatures game. Blood on the Streets allows you to battle in the Chinatown safe-zone, in New Los Angeles. Also included, is a special HD wallpaper of Blood on the Streets.


NOTE: FOR THE BEST READING EXPERIENCE, WHEN USING ADOBE READER, USE THE TWO-PAGE DISPLAY.


WARNING: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS VULGAR LANGUAGE AND IS INTENDED FOR MATURE READERS.


Learn more about CPOP and MONOLITH, at:

http://www.crushpop-productions.com/

https://www.facebook.com/crushpopproductions

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File Last Updated:
May 19, 2017
This title was added to our catalog on May 19, 2017.