Based on the Western Short Stories by the Legendary Robert E. Howard!
In Bear Creek, the menfolk take a bath once a year, whether they need it or not. But this year's bathtime is interrupted by the notorious Black Phantom Gang... and it's up to Breckinridge Elkins to stop them from cleaing up while he and his kinfolk get clean.
Bathtime on Bear Creek is a ROLF! battle... [click here for more]
LIKE A STEAMY ROMANCE NOVEL... ONLY EVEN DUMBER!
ROLF! creator L.L. Hundal takes a cue from The Sheik, a satirical short story written by Robert E. Howard when he ws still in high school, bringing an amorous Desert Sheik and the Swooning Damsel he has swept into his arms to the Rollplaying Game of Big Dumb Fighters.
Never have crappy romance novels been laid bare... [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]
On a rainy afternoon, Alice's traveling companions from her trips through Wonderland and the Looking Glass appear in her room with an irrestiable offer: "The Hatter has founded a model city, where everything goes just right, and we came to ask you to pay us a call."
And so begins Alice's adventure in Blunderland, a place where everything is owned by the City, including people's teeth; politeness... [click here for more]
THE HERO OF THE HUMBOLTS IS BACK ON THE TRAIL!
Breckinridge Elkins is just a good natured cowboy from the Nevada backcountry town of Bear Creek. He never goes looking for trouble, but between his bizarre relatives, strange neighbors, and just plain bad luck, trouble always seems to find him. An Elkins only knows one way to deal with trouble--and that is to hit or shoot it until it... [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]
"The reason I am giving the full facts of this here affair is to refute a lot ofrumors which is circulating about me. I am sick and tired of these lies about meterrorizing the town of Grizzly Claw and ruining their wagon-yard just for spite andtrying to murder all their leading citizens. They is more’n one side to anything."... [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]