Thursday, May 15, 2014

Lightyear


As Buzz's final moment came before him, he glared into the black abyss, only capturing one last one thing: a promise he made his son: 

"I will always protect and watch over you. To infinity and beyond." 

Buzz was an all American hero. He worked for the Star Command Army and had been recently promoted to Staff Sgt, leading the young and brave through interstellar wars against the evil alien terrorist, Zurg. 

While deep in space, Buzz's ship was pulled into a worm-hole caused by his arch-nemesis Commander Zurg. Buzz tried everything in his power to turn his ship around, but to no avail. At this point, Buzz and his crew only had one option: abandon ship.

As the ship took more damage, the rescue pods began to deplete. Buzz allowed each member to escape as he tried to give them every last minute--until finally, it was too late.

Buzz, and his cruiser, were pulled into the worm-hole, and was never seen or heard from again. Buzz was announced dead by Star Command and the world mourned for the hero that saved over two hundred lives that day. He would leave behind his beloved wife, daughter and son. 

However, Buzz did not die that day. He awoke to find himself still trapped into his own ship. All in tact, and still in his suit, he tried to escape but realized he was imprisoned, bound by wires. 

This would be the first day of Buzz's new life, cast away into another dimension from Zurg's worm-hole, Buzz was no longer the human he once thought he was. 

For now Buzz was wrapped away as an action figure, and on his way to a birthday party for a young boy named Andy.

Buzz's very own son.

5 comments:

Joey Delano said...

That twist though... does this make Andys dad the real buzz from place in space and time?

mirmusicmanchester said...

So cool I love the art! Do you have an archive somewhere with older/other art...? Fantastic style though. Id purchase t-shirts n merch for sure

Naomi Macklin said...

I love it.....like you just blown my mind!!!!!

originaldonz said...

Your a good creative writer
Aswell as a good artist

Daphne Jackson said...

Wow, what an interesting twist!