Cinnamon: El Ciclo

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #1

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #1

Art by Howard Chaykin

August 2003

Written by Jen Van Meter
Art by Francisco Paronzini
Cover by Howard Chaykin

A tale of revenge and honor told against the sun-bleached asphalt of the New West. Cinnamon’s drifted for years as a hired gun along the Mexican border, but when a shady job takes her north, she must face up to the ghosts that haunt her dark past.

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #2

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #2

Art by Howard Chaykin

September 2003

Written by Jen Van Meter
Art by Francisco Paronzini
Cover by Howard Chaykin

The tale of revenge and honor in the New West continues! Modern-day gunslinger Cinnamon heads to L.A. to settle old business from the long-ago murder of her father. To get there, she’ll make a deal with the devils dealing cheap immigrant labor to the City of Angels!

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #3

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #3

Art by Howard Chaykin

October 2003

Written by Jen Van Meter
Art by Francisco Paronzini
Cover by Howard Chaykin

On the bad streets of South Cental L.A., a legendary tough girl comes face to face with the six-gun drifter who shot her father, Cinnamon.

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #4

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #4

Art by Howard Chaykin

November 2003

Written by Jen Van Meter
Art by Francisco Paronzini
Cover by Howard Chaykin

A south L.A. slum that’s home to a family of runaways goes up in flames, revealing a big secret. That’s when the modern-day gunslinger Cinnamon calls in her cavalry of showgirls, enforcers…and one extremely unlikely ally.

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #5

Cinnamon: El Ciclo #

Art by Howard Chaykin

December 2003

Written by Jen Van Meter
Art by Francisco Paronzini
Cover by Howard Chaykin

The miniseries concludes with a bang! Cinnamon storms a Hollywood Hills estate side-by-side with her street-tough nemesis Mace Samuels to rescue the runaway that brought them together. Will this be the gunslinger’s ticket out of L.A. – or her tombstone?

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