History speaks of men who have earned the rights to be called heroes later they are known in time to became a legend, it is also true in the 31st century where greed and corruption still haunt men like a plague, stalking them for their very survival and peace. Forcing them to travel into earth’s past looking for some heroes. They are taking this action to supply some needed human subjects for a secret project called Triborg that they are currently working on to change their fate. They choose a buffalo soldiers and, a Tuskegee airman who are then brought forward in time only to have their souls blended with their present day hero, finally they are all fused into one cyber body resulting with one being whom is part man and part cyborg. He turns out to be meaner than the devil with a bite nastier that rattle snake. If they has a plague before then he is the vaccine. From the writing of Christopher C. Miller and based on a original story from Wendell M. King comes the nail biting science fiction epic of just that type of hero, a cyborg with the mind of three he is: Buffalostar, and this is his story The legend of Buffalostar.
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