Talon was a fearsome and malicious fallen angel. He had been granted the position of second-in-command by Satan himself, and was charged to influence and destroy humans in the east. When a mysterious star appeared and a few men began to take heightened interest in its location, Talon knew something significant was about to happen. He followed the men and the star to a town called Bethlehem. Some thirty years later, after witnessing the birth of Christ, Talon was ordered to attend a trial in Pilate's court in Jerusalem to help incite a mob riot. While there he recognized the condemned prisoner. Why was Jesus, the Son of God, about to die by these simple men? Confused by the lowly manner of death Jesus was about to endure, Talon felt drawn to help the man. But Talon knew he was helpless to stop the crucifixion alone. With his plan to save Jesus a complete failure, Talon lays broken at the foot of the cross. Here was the one man who could have redeemed Talon's vile soul, and he could do thing to stop his death. When Jesus speaks his final words, It is finished, Talon wonders; is he finished too? The answer can only be found in Talon the Raptor.