Even robot superhero boys need to go to school, but Kevin soon learns that there is more to an education than pencils and chalk.
About Eytan Bernstein
Eytan Bernstein lives a curious dual life. By day, he works as an editor in educational publishing, developing print and digital educational materials for history, geography, and other social sciences. Eytan sees this as the time he gets to write... [click here for more]
BRCSD962 – Kaiju Kaos: Tales of Kaos, Volume 1
A short story fiction anthology by Bryan K. Borgman (aka Stratos).
The modern world as we know it ceased to exist in 2003 when the Rift, a mysterious tear in the space-time continuum, opened up and Hell itself spewed forth onto planet Earth. Long-dormant arcane powers and abilities once believed to be myth suddenly manifested in unsuspecting... [click here for more]
1985: Screenwriter Simon St. John makes his living writing toy tie-in cartoons and dreams of finally getting his screenplay "People on a Bridge" produced.
But one night, when Simon has just come up with his latest creation, a group of time travelling cops known as the Blasters of Forever, a portal opens inside his living room. Out of the portal hop none others than the Blasters of Forever... [click here for more]
BRCSD973 – Kaiju Kaos: Holiday Horrors, Jingle Bells
A short story by Bryan K. Borgman (aka Stratos).
Holiday Horrors, Jingle Bells is a brief tale about Krampus and Raven Beng. This is a stand-alone short story that takes place within the greather mythology of Kaiju Kaos.
In addition to the 3-page story, official Kaiju... [click here for more]
Twenty-three years ago Alicia offered Mark fame and fortune as a rockstar, in exchange for an early death. Mark refused, walked away from Alicia and from music altogether. He walked away and made a life for himself, a success of himself.
But now Alicia is back, not a single day older than when Mark last saw her. Once again, she has a proposition for him, a proposal of artistic... [click here for more]
Authored by Scott A Bachmann Cover by Scott Bachmann and Anthoney RedellThird Edition
Growing up as a nerd in a small midwestern town, Liza didn't have the easiest life. Then she met her idol, the Paragon, the super powered man whose poster she kept over her bed. By accident they traded places. Liza's life didn't get any easier.
For mature audiences... [click here for more]