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Fas Ferox - A Modern Day Mythology - World Walkthrough By Anna Young et al.
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An in-depth introduction to Fas Ferox, a multimedia graphic novel with a mythological, sci-fi, cyber theme. In a post-apocalyptic near-future, explore the five realms of the universe: Divinity,... More > Spirit, the Physical, Underworld and Dream, while meeting modern manifestations of demigods who walk among us. This cutting-edge epic is a riveting wake-up call to the archetypes in each and every one of us. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. Creative Consultant: Neil Gaiman; Author: Jason Stackhouse; Co-Author/Creative Director: James Curcio; Creator/Producer: Anna Young; Associate Producer/Muse: Kal Masunari; various Artists including: Edson Campos, James Curcio.< Less
Infinity #4 By Russell Willis
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Graphic novels and sequential art are the focus of this magazine about comics, graphic novels and sequential art. Featuring a stunning cover of Neil Gaiman by Hunt Emerson, Infinity has news,... More > reviews, articles and more for sophisticated readers.< Less
Sympathy for the Devil By Graeme Maughan
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With corrupt politicians at every turn, where can we look for moral guidance? Surely we can trust 68 year old mail Lucy? Right? Margaret Thatcher has come back from the dead, and this time she's... More > got a challenger. Get ready for a fight for the Mother of All Parliaments. And her opponent? 68-year old Lucy is Margaret Thatcher's personal maid. When the former Prime Minister dies, Lucy suddenly finds herself struggling to survive alone. Soon she's thrust into a sexy, dangerous world of dragons, clowns, Queens, and ambitious politicians, all desperate to channel Margaret Thatcher's power from her. In the end, Lucy has to ask herself: will she save Britain from its own corrupt politicians? And will you want her to win and do the right thing? Sympathy for the Devil is a comedy which blends urban fantasy with political satire. It asks if the world is safe in the hands of the older generation and honest, hard working people. Imagine Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere meeting The Thick of It or the West Wing.< Less
Matters of Mortology By T.M. Camp
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[Special Hardcover Edition with dustjacket.] Alone in a crumbling manor, an aging undertaker recounts a horrifying episode from the early days of his career. When an unspeakable monster trespasses... More > the border between life and death, the undertaker finds himself in a struggle to save the village he has sworn to serve — even if it means sacrificing his own family and faith in the process.< Less
Matters of Mortology By T.M. Camp
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[Softcover Edition] Alone in a crumbling manor, an aging undertaker recounts a horrifying episode from the early days of his career. When an unspeakable monster trespasses the border between life... More > and death, the undertaker finds himself in a struggle to save the village he has sworn to serve — even if it means sacrificing his own family and faith in the process.< Less
Matters of Mortology By T.M. Camp
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[Hardcover Edition] Alone in a crumbling manor, an aging undertaker recounts a horrifying episode from the early days of his career. When an unspeakable monster trespasses the border between life and... More > death, the undertaker finds himself in a struggle to save the village he has sworn to serve — even if it means sacrificing his own family and faith in the process.< Less
The Cradle By T.M. Camp
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After turning the final page of T.M. Camp's 'Assam & Darjeeling', readers were left to wonder what happened next. "What about Jee?" they asked. Up until now, the question went... More > unanswered. In 'The Cradle', we are reunited with Jee — still wandering in a world of myth and magic. Seeking shelter from a storm, she is taken in by a kindly old couple who offer her a warm meal and a dry place to sleep. Soon enough, she discovers that her hosts have a very interesting story of their own to tell. Picking up where 'Assam & Darjeeling' left off, 'The Cradle' gives us the next chapter in Jee's journey as she tries to find her place in the Underworld — a place that she can, at last, call home.< Less
The Cradle By T.M. Camp
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At long last, fans of "Assam & Darjeeling" can read the next chapter in the story of everyone’s favorite little girl lost, Jee. (And if you haven’t read "Assam &... More > Darjeeling" yet, then be advised: Here there be spoilers.) At the close of "Assam & Darjeeling" readers were given a brief glimpse of Jee as she approached the Winter Palace. But the path that leads her there is long and twisted, with many other stories to tell along the way. "The Cradle" is the first of these. Jee is enjoying the new freedom that comes with being an exile from the land of the living. But she soon discovers that freedom has its share of discomforts and dangers. Caught in a torrential downpour, she is taken in by a kindly old couple who, it turns out, have story of their own to tell. And Jee discovers yet again that things in the Underworld are not always what they seem. "The Cradle" begins a new cycle of stories about a little girl looking for a place that she can, at last, call home.< Less
A Dreamer's Tales By Lord Dunsany
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Edward Plunkett (Lord Dunsany) was a prolific writer particularly noted for collections of short stories published between 1905 and 1919. His work inspired authors such as H.P. Lovecraft and Robert... More > E. Howard, as well as contemporary authors such as Neil Gaiman and Michael Moorcock. A Dreamer's Tales is a collection of short stories first published in 1910.< Less
A Wonderous Place Where Nothing Happens: Prose & Poetry By AW Cheshire
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Prose and poetry centering around the loss and remembrance of adolescence. Aphorisms and prose poetry owe an obvious debt to Kafka and Lydia Davis. Features a couple of darker tales that play more... More > like the fever-dreams of an aberrant soul than merely a writer's attempt to inhabit a fictive voice. Quite a startling read.< Less