Set primarily on the Hidden Continent of Sedon's Head during late Roman Times on the Outer Earth, "Feeling Theocidal" sketches and/or details, more grimly than graphically, many stories involving the seemingly immortal devazur race (Fallen Angels Devils, Shining Ones, little gods) who first came to the Whole Earth hundreds of years before the Genesea.Foremost among the tales... [click here for more]
“For the Dead to thrive, the Living must die!” So proclaims Nergal Vetala, the Blood Queen of Hadd.
She's the lone devic vampire. For 35 years she has been unable to prevent the encroachment of the Living on her realm, the Land of the Ambulatory Dead.
Then her soldier falls out of the sky and she’s back in the pink again — as in arterial.
Too bad for not just... [click here for more]
The Launching of the Cosmic Express took place on Centauri Island at the end of November 1980. It was destroyed ... Or was it?
No matter. Its destroyers thought it was. And they’re not done yet.
Who or what can stop them? The Menace on the Moon? Silver-armoured Signal System? Supra-Clones? Loxus Abraham Ryne, the eighty year old head of SPACE ('The Society for the Prevention of Alien Control... [click here for more]
A rip-roaring outburst of creativity featuring Jim McPherson’s taut storytelling and spectacular artwork gleaned from the pages of Phantacea 1-5 (1977-1980), Phantacea Phase One #1 (1987) and #2 (unpublished), it presents the stirring saga of extraterrestrial Shining Ones and the doomed but unyielding Damnation Brigade.
Anheroic Fantasy Illustrated, with a wraparound cover by Phantacea’s... [click here for more]
Wildly divergent allies on both sides of the Whole Earth – and the Moon above – strive to resist the will-sapping might of demon-devils.
Yet even the forever Smiling Fiend, faced with the rejuvenated Vampire Queen of the Dead and her slavish, devil-slaying soldier, may come to regret seeking to destroy the Cosmic Express.
Bravura storytelling and smashing artwork gleaned from the pages... [click here for more]
The Gods and Goddesses, the Demons and Monsters, of ancient mythologies have been trivialized, their worship proscribed and the entities themselves confined to another realm. These are the Shining Ones (‘devils’, meaning ‘little gods’). Their ongoing battles are chronicled throughout Jim McPherson's PHANTACEA Mythos.
In "The War of the Apocalyptics",... [click here for more]