Graphic novels by Nicholas Romer

Pretoria Storm

Pretoria, South Africa.

The fixer lands in Pretoria, South Africa, in search of a twenty-year-old Afrikaner girl, Lucia. There he experiences another exhausting two-day shamanic trance. He wakes up soaked and shaken, and can only remember his visions.


His contact, Patty, is a glamorous activist who mocks him and his quest for a young white Afrikaner. Lucia has been missing since the last attack on her farm by Black First Land First desperadoes. Her wealthy parents left the country years ago for Geneva. They are the ones who solicited O.J.


As his investigation progresses, the fixer stumbles upon a Uruguayan illegal immigrant who claims to know where Lucia and her team are. But instead of driving Axel to their hideout in his 1976 Mercedes, he tases him and knocks him out before sending him to Lucia in her trunk.


Axel is pulled out of the trunk and meets Lucia. The young flashy blonde admits to him that she is not in danger. On the contrary. She points to 55 wooden boxes full of gold from an abandoned mine on her farm. She intends to ship them out of the country to provide pensions for the thousands of Afrikaners who have lost everything.


Axel, furious, is ready to fight his way out, but the sudden appearance of armed BFLF militants on quads makes everyone flee…