After ages of interstellar imperialism, a race of humanoid bugs finds themselves defeated and scattered to the brink of extinction. We follow a young queen and her weathered protector as they attempt to peacefully obtain the souls their colony's eggs require for reincarnation if their species is to survive.
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Which came first-- the beginning or the end? Once mighty conquerors, a race of reincarnating bugs found themselves nearly blown out of universe by the many enemies whose very souls they had murderously stolen. A new Queen looks to save her race by attempting a new and dangerous tactic to provide them with the souls they will need if her people are to last another day... let alone for another generation.
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Out in the open and unprotected, the bug Queen and her guardian continue to track down souls for their ever-expanding family despite unceasing threats. As old enemies begin to track them across the stars, the only hope for the bugs may be a pair of ghoul exterminators.
After resting in the comfort of the current hive, the Queen and her warrior protector decide that the greatest potential for maternal souls might be in the most obviously haunted of locations: the ruins of their previous empire.
Eggs hatch into larvae. Larvae harden into pupae. And pupae hatch once more. What will the Queen learn from this cycle? See for yourself in the final issue of Colonial Souls.
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