Ronan and crew are hired by none other than Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson to keep the law in Dodge City on the Fourth of July. Angry Rebels and drunken mobs aren't the worst of the deputies' problems, however: the Butcher has come to town!
This is the second Dime Novel in the legendary Deadlands series, following the adventures of Ronan Lynch, Bad Luck Betty, and Velvet Van Helter. It contains the... [click here for more]
In the conclusion to our Under a Harrowed Moon trilogy, the fate of two worlds lies in the slightly-moldering hands of our undead hero Ronan Lynch and his companions from both the Weird West and the Savage West.
It also has a bonus scenario for use with Deadlands: The Great Rail Wars! ... [click here for more]
Another of our Dime Novels that sold out in its first year is Matt Forbeck's Origins Award winning Independence Day.
Ronan and crew are hired by none other than Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson to keep the law in Dodge City on the Fourth of July. Angry Rebels and drunken mobs aren't the worst of the deputies' problems, however: the Butcher has come to town! ... [click here for more]
The second installment to our Under a Harrowed Moon trilogy brings Ronan and his companions from the Weird West to the Savage West in an attempth to foil the plans of the nefarious Doctor Hellstromme.
It also includes rules for converting from Deadlands: The Weird West to Werewolf: The Wild West. ... [click here for more]
Deadlands crosses over with White Wolf's "Werewolf Wild West" in this savage trio of Dime Novels, starting with Strange Bedfellows.
What happens when Ronan Lynch and company are forced to team up with a team of werewolves with some serious attitude issues? And just what was that big explosion out in the desert?
Make sure to pick up Savage Passage and Ground Zero to finish up this trilogy!... [click here for more]
Spaghetti with Meat… The world of Deadlands™ looks like the Old West on the surface - there's plenty of wild desperadoes and heroes with more sand than the Mojave Desert - but there's more, too. Out here the shadows are a little bit darker. The hangin' trees are a little bit taller. And the High Plains are coated in the crimson light of the blood moon. That howl you heard... [click here for more]
Hell Hath No Fury… They say "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." In this second volume of the Anthology with No Name, the senoritas get their payback. In "Some Mercy, Some Justice, Some Magic", ancient matriarchal sorcery protects a young girl from an other-worldly horror in "Nuna Daul Tsuny", a young Cherokee woman who suffered a great atrocity... [click here for more]
When drifter Terry Carlton encounters the little town of Verdure in Arizona, he's only seeking some hospitality and shelter for the night, before moving on. But what he learns from his hosts, old man Marchland and his daughter Hilda, piques his curiosity.
Their home, like all the others in town, is boarded up at night; the entire community is living in fear of four ghostly horsemen, who ride only... [click here for more]
From the moment when the launching of HMS Dreadnought made every capital ship in the world obsolete overnight, we have been fascinated with these powerful surface combatants. Here Robert M. Farley looks at the history and folklore that makes these ships enduring symbols of national power—and sometimes national futility.
From Arizona to Yamato, here are more than sixty lavishly illustrated... [click here for more]