Damnation Alley (novel)
Damnation Alley is a 1967 novel by Roger Zelazny, in which Hell Tanner, the last Hell's Angel, is hired/coerced into driving across a post-apocalyptic Dystopian US to deliver a desperately needed vaccine.
Inspired a 1977 film of the same name, which doesn't have much in common apart from the name and a post-apocalyptic setting.
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- Awesome McCoolname
- After the End: Damnation Alley is steeped with post-apocalyptic visions, from the forlorn decaying towns to the very air which churns in constant turmoil, ripping apart anything rising up more than a couple of stories.
- Badass Biker
- Biker Babe: Cornelia/Corny
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas/Thicker Than Water
- Meaningful Name
- Names to Run Away From Really Fast
- Percussive Prevention: Hell gives his brother a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown, breaking some bones in the process, to prevent him making the run.
- Sociopathic Hero