Shaw Bros. Style Story SIX SWORDS Aims To Redefine 'The Old West'

Six Swords
Credit: A. Rashid (AHR Visions Studios)
Credit: Ryan Cody/Elaine Unger/Renato Guerra (AHR Visions Studios)

Press Release

AHR Visions Studios, and 6S, LLC bring THE SIX SWORDS, a post-apocalyptic spaghetti western to Kickstarter.

The Six Swords can only be described as resembling a Shaw Brother Kung-Fu series and Quentin Tarantino-esque mashup between fantasy anime, spaghetti westerns and philosophical science fiction. Pulling no punches on commentary of war, politics and social interactions, the Six Swords promises to be just more than bloody good violence and gratuitous nudity. In corroboration with 6S, LLC and AHR Visions Studios comes an original series that will take you into a new and redefined translation of the “old west”.

Credit: Ryan Cody/Elaine Unger/Renato Guerra (AHR Visions Studios)

THE SIX SWORDS #1, a thrilling tale of violence, gratuitous nudity and vengeance, created by Chris Massari, Matt Perez, and Mel Sapiandante. Issue 1 cover art by A. Rashid, Line art by Ryan Cody, Color art by Elaine Unger, and Lettering by Renato Guerra.

Set in the bleak future of the Divided States of America post World War IV, six men in a fiercely changed New Orleans find themselves pursuing bounties on each other, as placed by the local warlord known as the Switchblade. Quickly realizing that they have been tricked into killing each other, they haphazardly join together to escape the city, hacking and slashing their way through roves of bandits and gangs.

Credit: Ryan Cody/Elaine Unger/Renato Guerra (AHR Visions Studios)

This original series is an action-packed title that propels the audience into a post-WW VI landscape with fresh new characters and old-school concepts that will be brand new to some readers and nostalgic for others! As this series prepares for official launch please join in the Kickstarter campaign and support this indie title (and others that will be coming down the line from our studios) 

Visit THE SIX SWORDS Kickstarter at

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