The Wild Bunch
“The Wild Bunch” by Chris Sharron
They called them wild. They didn’t know how right they were.
Front Row, left to right: The Sundance Kit, The Tall Texchimp, Wolf Cassidy.
Back Row, left to right: News Camelver, Kid Currzebra
Back in 1899, the Wild Bunch attacked trains and banks across the Wild West. A mix of omnivores, carnivores, and herbivores, the Wild Bunch became folk heroes until they escaped to Bolivia, where half of them consumed the other half in keeping with the food chain order of operations.