Achtung! Cthulhu is a world packed full of heroes, and this brand new revised edition of Tales from the Crucible features eight individuals who have well and truly seized their moment; eight drawn into the chaos of the Secret War, whose very actions are instrumental in giving Section M, Majestic and the Allies a fighting chance against the insidious power of The Order of the Black Sun... [click here for more]
This is the tale of a polite and well-mannered boy named Alex who; after being abducted by a pedophile, develops an incredible bond with an angry and foul mouthed doll called The Gruff who teaches young Alex how to find his voice.
Alex and The Gruff is a 96,000 word horror story that will appeal to readers of Stephen King’s trepid subtlety and to those who thirst for Clive Barker styled blood... [click here for more]
This is the first book of Crossroads of the Never, a saga spanning thousands of years, shedding light on the dark and disturbing mysteries of the world of Uteria—a world besieged by the passing of a dark age, the continuing echoes of its violent history, and the recent incursion of creatures long since forgotten.
For Toryn, this is almost like any other night, entertaining a rowdy crowd with... [click here for more]
THE ONLY GOOD HUMAN IS A DEAD ONE...
In this debut issue we are introduced to Karl. A seemingly normal teenager with regular hang ups. However, as this story progresses you will realize that there is nothing 'normal' about Karl.
What are his secrets, why is he called Morgue and finally... how do the dead rise from their graves?
Morgue is part of the Tiber... [click here for more]
A terrifying horror fantasy story from Dane Clark Collins, author of Crossroads of the Never.
Long after disappearing on a quest to chase his hallucinatory visions, Dreisin has resurfaced with a story stretching twelve hundred years into the past: a chilling tale of dark magic, cursed love, and a fate far worse than death. This is the tale of Rosaga and the man with two faces. ... [click here for more]
On the night of 'The March', The Teacher will find himself, in the most profound and liberating test of his ideals. Part philosophical and politcal satire, and part gut wrenching horror, The Anarchist, proving once again that C.SeanMcGee is to be found neither on the left nor the right of traditional and scholared ideology, points an ironic, poignant and articuate finger at idealism and its literal... [click here for more]