The Last Watchmen
"The Last Watchmen was a brilliant exercise in leaving genre-boundaries behind. There's certainly an element of science fiction as Schmitz introduces new and unique races to the typical pantheon as well as bringing in fascinating technology. Guns blaze, ships soar, and epic battles ensue - everything sci-fi readers love... Seal all of these elements with deep characters and a hot-and-cold love affair, and you have the makings of a great work of art. [the story] develops all of this at a quick pace and never gives the reader a chance to catch his breath. Phenomenal work."
"The part of me who thinks I'm twenty-five, would seriously like to date this guy. Dekker is an ass-kicking, get it done, no time for chitchat, workaholic. In other words, a real hero. He and his crew pop off of the page in real-time fashion. Christopher D. Schmitz's storytelling is above grade. The story feels less like a story and more like a relaying of actual events. He has made quite an intriguing puzzle of mixing the past and the present and throwing it into the future."
"The action leaped off the page.It's a crazy combination of science fiction and fantasy, but it feels wholly original. Highly recommended, and I look forward to more by Christopher Schmitz. "
Dekker's Dozen #000B Prologue (Wheel of Anathoth)
Dekker's Dozen #001 The Mechnar Revival
Dekker's Dozen #002 Flammable Kittens and Conspiracy Theories
Dekker's Dozen #003 Catch Me If You Can
Dekker's Dozen #004 Ezekiel
Dekker's Dozen #005 Unicorn Zombie Spores
Dekker's Dozen #006 Salvaged Salvation
Dekker's Dozen #007 Red Tree Blooming
Dekker's Dozen #008 The Verdant Seven
Dekker's Dozen #009 DNIET Disaster
Dekker's Dozen #010 Return to Osix
Dekker's Dozen #011 The Finger of God
Dekker's Dozen #012 Dead Planet
Dekker's Dozen #00X Epilogue