It was the 1930s. The avarice of the elite had plunged the United States into the Great Depression. Class warfare was being waged, and someone was about to
Young Betty McDougal discovered how hard life could be when her family was evicted from their farm and forced to live in a Citadel City shelter. They struggled to survive. It was a time of desperation, sin and lessons Betty didn't want to learn. Her life felt pointless until a mysterious stranger delivered an ominous black car to her. It transformed her.
Pandora Driver became the relentless avenger of the common man, sifting right from wrong in a realm where the villains were the local gentry and the heroes were outlaws. Pandora was a mistress of disguise who used sly audacity and an unstoppable Car-of Tomorrow to unleash chaos into the halls of wealth and power. She infiltrated their ranks and adopted their methods to usurp them. Her fight was the fight of the ages. Her time was in the past, but the problems were the same blights facing society today.
Sometimes her actions were unsettling. Battling sin in the filth where it resides can dirty even the purest hearts; the good old days we remember in monochrome were lived in color. In a time when good and evil was simply black and white, Pandora lived in the gray area.
Pandora Driver: The Origin, is a retro-hero tale for mature readers. It ain't Shakespeare. It's pure Pulp!