From the article:
''Maybe Brendan Fraser, Adam Sandler and Steve Buscemi had a point. The Lone Rangers might have been a terrible name for a band, but at least the three airheads realised that you're guaranteed a longer lifespan as a unit. So while Captain Rouke apes the quintessential Eastwood-loner, he's going to be a few bullet holes short of a brain if he decides to go it alone.
So that's why he's hitched a ride with the gun-slinging Peacekeepers, a rebel force operating on the outskirts of a futuristic cityscape. They're both fighting an evil industrial corporation - the Keepers seeking liberation; Rouke's out for revenge. It is the usual David and Goliath struggle, but set on the backdrop of a steampunk-fueled Western...''