Everyone remembers the killers. No one remembers the victims. In Rock Kitaro’s fourth installment of the “Three Kings of Ybor” saga, the civilian militia of August the 18th stands to change all of that.
Comprised of ex-military and off-duty officers who have lost all faith in the constitution, every man of August the 18th has lost a loved one to the fang of the Pierce Syndicate. With the cutthroat Eliza Christie serving as commander, August the 18th finally takes center stage to cause disruption and destruction in the intricate world of organized crime. This of course starts with raiding a notorious casino, exposing a corrupt superintendent and rescuing a political prisoner from a Haitian hit squad.