By 1930's the elite had plunged the country into a Great Depression. Class war was being waged, and someone was about to snap! Young Betty McDougal's family was evicted from their farm and forced... More > into a city shelter. It was a time of desperation, sin, and lessons Betty didn't want to learn. Her life felt hopeless until a mysterious stranger delivered an unstoppable Car-of-Tomorrow. It transformed her. She became the relentless avenger of the common man sifting right from wrong in a realm where the villains were the local gentry and the heroes were outlaws. She became a mistress of disguise and lies to unleash chaos into the halls of wealth and power. Sometimes her methods were unsettling. Battling sin in the filth where it resides can dirty even the purest hearts. The good old days we remember in monochrome were lived in color. In a time when good and evil was simply black and white, Pandora lived in the gray area. This retro-hero tale is for mature readers. It ain't Shakespeare. It's pure Pulp!< Less
This action-packed ePulp Anthology unleashes four new noir tales inspired by the pulp magazines of the 1930s and 1940s. Blazing brawls and gritty adventure awaits dieselpunks, nostalgians, die hard... More > or pulp-curious fans. Hope you can take a punch, because these two-fisted tales hit hard!
For young hoods, the Aether Age streets of mob-plagued Chicago present a world of opportunity. And Mack and Mickey are headed straight for the top in "That Sort of World: a Tale of the Aether Age."
It's class-warfare in Citadel City as Pandora Driver and her Car of Tomorrow deliver rough justice to the elites and a douche named the Gooch in "Who are the People in your Neighborhood?"
"The Wise Man Says" introduces Mick Trubble: a hard drinking, chain smoking charmer who bites off more than he can chew... then chews like hell.
The dirty streets of Roanoketown were the Indians only family until he met HER. Now he fights for his life in "A Friend of Spirits."
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This step-by-step tutorial outlines a simple procedure to create animated fire in Lightwave 9.6+. To make it even easier, it was created natively in Lightwave. No additional plug-ins are needed.... More >
Anyone who has created an object in Lightwave Modeler then moved it into Layout to render will be able to follow this guide. Even if you've never played with particles or hypervoxels in Lightwave, you will be able to setup the fireball on the cover on this e-book in a matter of minutes.< Less
Since I began posting 3d models on Youtube, I've gotten several email inquires about 3d modeling. It seems that the Hanna Barbera models I’ve posted are of the most interest. Many of the... More > questions I receive are, 'how do you make these characters in 3d?"
That's why I’ve created this e-book. I explain my Hanna Barbera 3d building theory, as concisely as I can.< Less
Get ready to explore strange worlds, visit forgotten pasts, and delve into parallel histories. Prepare to encounter an eclectic mix of heroes walking the line between life and death. Duck as Rurik's... More > blade carves demons in the Celtic landscape of dark fantasy. Witness the Dead Reckoner, a battlefield ghost looking for absolution in a weird war tale. Face Nazi occupation of USA with Wild Marjoram in an alternate history. Race through the Great Depression on an errand of mercy with Pandora Driver, a noir superheroine. Fly across the universe with the Skyracos in a retro sci-fi adventure.
This action packed ePulp anthology unleashes 5 new tales inspired by the pulp magazines of the 1920s - 1940s. They are not for the faint of heart. Things will get intense and stuff on these pages can't be unread. But whether you're a nostalgian, dieselpunk, pulp fan, sci-fi and fantasy aficionado, or ebook spelunker, there's something in this collection for you to explore. However, I suggest you sample them all.< Less
This sci-fi smorgasbord serves up 9 retro tales inspired by the pulp magazines of the 1920s - 1940s. It drops you into the deco chiseled cities of alternate Americana, airlifts you to exotic locales,... More > then rockets you to the farthest reaches of yesterday’s tomorrows!
Retro adventure awaits fans of dieselpunk, sci-fi, ray-gun gothic, and pulp magazines. Download if you dare!< Less
Have you ever dreamt of visiting alien worlds? Have you ever wished you could zip through space via jet pack? What if you could defy gravity and explore unknown realms freely? Imagine being a space... More > adventurer, paid to meet and greet alien cultures. You’d live to tell tales of glory. You’d be the stuff of legends. Sounds like a dream job, right? Well, no job is perfect, and there is a high price to be paid for this fantasy.
In "Skyracos: The Mining Mess" recruit, Chip Daniels wants to be a hero, but gets more than he bargained for once incased in his streamlined flight suit. Chip and the rest of Unit 9901 are ordered to investigate a mysterious plague outbreak in an isolated mining colony. What starts out as a game quickly unravels into a life or death crisis. Notions of good and evil spin into a nightmare of moral ambiguity, which challenges Chip's definition of heroics...Welcome to a Skyraco's uncomfortable world.
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This genuine sci-fi artifact comes from another world and is a companion piece to the Skyraco ePulps. This souvenir collectable is a must-download for any Skyraco fan across the Earth.
The Skyracos... More > Dicta was compiled from the notes of Ozgood Price, the first and most famous Skyraco. He meant for it to act as an operational guide, a code of conduct, a credo, a list of virtues, commandments, prime directives, and most importantly, a method for survival. Now, long after his untimely demise, the Dicta is a part of every recruit's training manual and Ozgood's words continue to inspire new generations of Skyracos.
It's often quoted by the high-flying heroes during their adventures in Zoland System. Some can hear the voice of Ozgood within the words of the cryptic code while others inevitably see what they want or bend the messages to meet their needs. You may even discover something about yourself once you look inside...< Less