Long ago, when man began to lose what made them man, the gods chose four brothers, who once existed as myth, beasts of terror, to bring about peace to a society that favored war and destruction.
In the long, rich story of The War of Winds, an epic fantasy by Kez, we find a young man named Talon has taken a flat, blue-steeled ring from a woman who is dying. He discovers he now has the ability to recover from mortal wounds, making him nearly immortal. But this immortality comes with a twist. Even though he can heal, he is actually dying at a faster rate than if he had never been granted these powers.
When Talon encounters a race of half-beasts, half-humans called the “Ayenroki,” who claims what he stole rightfully belongs to them to guard and protect from man, he has little choice but run, always having to look over his shoulder as the Ayenroki try to hunt him down.
Talon is on the run, looking for someone, anyone to help him because the Ayenroki are not the only ones hunting him; his time and fate are also on his heels, trying to catch up with him.
Saving the world is never easy. Saving yourself from your fate is even harder. If you enjoy sci-fi/fantasy comics, then do yourself a favor and head over to The War of Winds.