A collection of stories ranging from Horror to Fantasy.
Witch Hunter: Writer - Paul Bradford Artist - Allen Byrns
The Hunt: Writer – Loki DeWitt
A Ghost Named Larry: Writer - Mike Salt, Artist – Luke Cooper
What Was Once Yours Is Mine: Writer - Kelly Bender Artist - Adrian Crasmaru
Bounty Hunter: Writer & Artist: Luke Cooper
Moose Crossing #1 TM... [click here for more]
"We came up to the main gym. Those things were packed inside like sardines. Just standing there, they didn’t make a sound, they just stood. As soon as we pushed inside the room, they all turned and moved on us. We advanced shoulder to shoulder, firing as we went. Around me I could see soldiers disappear into the crowd of zombies. Like a sinking ship slipping beneath the waves. By the... [click here for more]
The journey into the Weird West of Deadlands started around twenty years ago.
Shane’s inspiration for the background has been told before, but here for the first time ever is the story of an equally important part of the story—the tale of the amazing art that has shown us this savage world of six-guns, sorcery, monsters, and magic! ... [click here for more]
The latest exciting installment! This is a newspaper from the PBM/PBEM wargames campaign game SCRAMBLE FOR EMPIRE, presented here for your general amusement and delictation! Makes for a good read and a rich source of scenarios and background for a roleplaying game or wargame set in the heady days of Victorian Imperialism or for a VSF or Steampunk adventure!
More will follow chaps... [click here for more]
Famous as the author of such great works of literature as Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson was also a dedicated war gamer. Stevenson at Play, one of the lesser-known works of this “Grandfather of Modern Wargaming,” describes a complex strategic wargame that the author and his stepson, Samuel Lloyd... [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]