Cormac snarled like a mad dog, his eyes blazing with a fearful light. "Who did the deed? He shall die, were he Emperor of Byzantium!"
Although groundbreaking fantasy writer Robert E. Howard is best remembered as the creator of Conan the Barbarian, more than a dozen other larger-than-life heroes and heroines sprang from his fertile imagination before his death in June of 1936.... [click here for more]
Go Ten Rounds with Steve Costigan, Champion of the Forecastle!
Although best remembered for his groundbreaking fantasy fiction and for creating Conan the Barbarian, Robert E. Howard (1906-1936) was far more prolific in the area of humor stories, writing spoofs of mysteries, and humor-drenched westerns and boxing stories. Out of his many creations, he wrote the most about Steve Costigan, a... [click here for more]
Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan and Solomon Kane, is well-known for being a prolific short story writer, writing more than 300 of them in the last 15 years of his too-short life. He also wrote poetry at an equally feverish pace, producing some 700 poems that ranged far and wide in subject matter and style.
Richly illustrated with drawings from the period in which Howard wrote and with drawings... [click here for more]
Sir Walter Raleigh described the Associated Shades as "the swellest organization in all of Hades." In the richly appointed rooms of their headquarters, a houseboat on the River Styx, Francis Bacon and William Shakespear argue over who wrote "Hamlet", P.T. Barnum takes Noah to task for not loading dinosaurs onto the Ark, George Washington hosts dinners for the greatest generals in... [click here for more]
As the air turns cold and the natural order readies for slumber, a power awakens that will threaten the nations of Aflyr and Lystbrook...
The dark goddess of Arcania has awakened and is seeking her stolen child. Sending demons, fey, and even a legendary dragon into the world of mortal men, the mid-winter war heats up into deadly conflict. Open war rages between delvers and humankind, ans... [click here for more]