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The initial conclusion of Will Caligan’s illustrated story of a supernatural search for justice comes with Gun Ghoul #4. The Crimson Hood, a psychopath Meta Prime hired by Chicago crime lord Mr. Steele, has proven to be more powerful than the Gun Ghoul and revealed him to be little more than an ordinary man. But the […]

Reversion by M.C. Pease appeared in the December 1949 issue of Astounding Science Fiction. It can be read here at Archive.org We’re back to Bad Astounding with this one. One step removed from the Dialogues, in which multiple eggheads discuss their thinks, is the Monologue, in which one egghead goes on at length on a subject. […]

On Day Three, the Alt★Hero: Q campaign has already hit $54,302 USD courtesy of the first 673 backers. The project is officially on, and the artists have been informed. Thanks to all the backers, particularly the QIA Agent with the impeccable timing who put the campaign over the top.

The tenth Nate Temple quest by Shayne Silvers. Nate Temple is on the hunt to right a wrong. Mordred – King Arthur’s son – has escaped from Hell. And it’s all Nate’s fault. Pro-Tip: Don’t let escapees rob the dreaded Nine Souls on their way out of Hell’s Gates. It makes the escapee just an […]

Call of Duty meets Diablo in this fast-paced, action-packed LitRPG novel from the author of GALAXY’S EDGE. Gamer PerfectQuestion fights for ColaCorp in WarWorld, an online combat sport arena where mega-corporations field entire armies in the battle for real world global advertising-space dominance. Within the immense virtual battlefield, players and bots are high-tech grunts, using […]

Arkhaven Comics is a new comics publisher that launched the independent crowdfunding revolution with its original Alt★Hero campaign. It publishes the bestselling Alt★Hero series as well as Chuck Dixon’s Avalon, Quantum Mortis, Right Ho, Jeeves, Rebel Dead Revenge, Gun Ghoul, and the Dragon Award-nominated Chicago Typewriter. Now, in its newest crowd-funding campaign, Arkhaven is turning the volume up to 11 by introducing the most controversial […]

I took a dive into CH’s back catalog and came up with Richard Cain’s God Hates Me. I remember Vox featured it earlier in the year and though the accompanying text and review highlights made it sound good, I could never get past the cover but I’m glad I gave the book a chance. This really is […]

Everything’s been done before. If you think you made something totally original, don’t worry: you haven’t. You’re just don’t know who did it before you yet.

Fiction (Jeffro’s Space Gaming Blog): Tolkien was ahead of his time. And that’s precisely what I object to about him. And you know it’s real. People experience a culture shock when they go look up his forgotten contemporaries that they don’t with his work. You can see it, too, in where people struggle with him. […]

Dark Legion Comics is pleased to announce the release of the digital edition of Gun Ghoul #3 by Will Caligan An insane Meta Prime is wreaking murderous havoc in Paris before being hired by a terrified crime lord to deal with the mysterious gunman who has been cutting a bloody swath through the criminal hierarchy of Chicago. […]

I have been picking up books from John Locke’s Off Trail Publications for a while it seems. I first met John at Pulp-Con in 1993 and always impressed by his erudition. His most recent book is The Thing’s Incredible! The Secret Origins of Weird Tales. “The struggle to establish the first fantastic-fiction magazine and the […]

Dark Legion Comics takes over the latest Arkstream. Arkhaven editor Vox Day discusses the release of Gun Ghoul #2, Gun Ghoul Trade Paperbacks, and future titles for Dark Legion Comics.