Gat Finger by Cumberlain Rattlesnake | Script Revolution

Gat Finger

A grievously mutilated young man falls for a burn-scared young woman. Before they can settle down, the ruthless gang, who shot his eye out, murdered his family, must be brought to justice.

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Cumberlain Rattlesnake's own graphic novel and novel
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Synopsis: Story of a young man who escapes murderous robbers, only to be horrifically disfigured. He is rebuilt by a kindly old Blacksmith, and is reborn as the superhero Gat Finger, who then seeks retribution upon the gang who mutilated him, killed his family, and stole an important family treasure. Gat Finger sports a Gatling-gun, where his hand once resided, and a Steampunk monocle which brings super-power sight to his shot-out eye. He is joined in his quest for vengeance by an Asian man, Robin-san, who becomes his Gunslinger sidekick.

Completed MAJOR re-factor/re-write. ~1-Febr-2021

Submitted: August 3, 2019
Last Updated: February 26, 2021

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The Writer: Cumberlain Rattlesnake

(Partial interview, G. Shuey, newspaperwoman, Wash. State, Dec 2020; Full interview on GatFinger.com soon, unless Podcast picked-up by xxx.) You have a very odd name… Well, Grampa got off the boat, and in those days, you were literally force-fed into Ellis Island’s de-lousing station and then sorting, where Commies were shipped back to where they came from, after they were mostly de-loused. Well, it was Sonnier, but the Immigration Agent had a magical understanding of the French language, and this agent decided that the correct translation was to be Rattlesnake, when it should have been more like Bell-ringer, … or maybe Doorbell, but NOT Rattlesnake. Doorbell? Well, my French is not so good... Go to bio
Agent: (re-Interviewing)

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