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]
YARRR! HERE BE PIRATES!
September 19th is Talk Like a Pirate Day and NUELOW Games is enriching the festivities with an anthology featuring old-time pirate yarns. The book contains:
- An illustrated tales of Lila the Corsair Queen by Joe Millard and Chuck Winters
- Black Vulmea's Vengeance by Robert E. Howard (the creator of Conan)
- A ROLF! battle scenario (with a... [click here for more]
Steve Costigan and Mike are back in the ring for the second round!
Legendary pulp ficton writer Robert E. Howard (1906 - 1936) created dozens of memorable characters during his too-short lifetime. The one he wrote the most about, however, was not Conan or Solomon Kane, but the big-hearted sailor Steve Costigan, whose pride in his skills as a boxer got him in almost as much trouble as his loyaty... [click here for more]
This special bundle product contains the following titles.Creature Feature: The ROLF! Halloween Horror ShowRegular price: $0.75 Bundle price: $0.32 Format: Watermarked PDF Mummies and Zombies and Vampires, Oh My!
It's All-Hallows Eve and intrepid monster-hunters Lady Emma and Professor Tarkington have vowed to put an end to the reign of terror that... [click here for more]
In 1941, the Nazis Seemed Unstoppable. So British Agent 99 Got In Their Way.
Following the death of his father at the Battle of Dunkirk, British actor Alan Douglas walks away from life as a celebrated Hollywood movie star and into the dark shadows of wartime espionage. Codenamed Agent 99, Douglas's mastery of disguise and spy-craft are put to the test when his first major mission... [click here for more]
Before Wells wrote Little Wars, he created what some would consider to be a sort of companion book to it. Published in 1912, Floor Games instructs creative children of all ages on some very imaginative activities for rainy days... or even sunny ones.
This edition includes the photos from the original publication and faithfully retains the integrity of the antique font. ... [click here for more]