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Blue Angels By Gary Woodroffe
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The Ardly Effect By Gary Baker
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Phil Jones of www.SFCrowsnest.co.uk said, "Even if you're not a huge fan of Science Fiction, you'll find a lot to enjoy ... The characters are a joy to read and that first chapter just has to be... More > read. ... full of little surprises and some of the reveals are truly entertaining ... Baker has managed to produce a book as good as, dare I say it, Douglas Adams, and with a really good plot ... it provided me with so much enjoyment. One of the best books I've read in a long time."< Less
The Ardly Effect By Gary Baker
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Phil Jones of www.SFCrowsnest.co.uk said, "Even if you're not a huge fan of Science Fiction, you'll find a lot to enjoy ... The characters are a joy to read and that first chapter just has to be... More > read. ... full of little surprises and some of the reveals are truly entertaining ... Baker has managed to produce a book as good as, dare I say it, Douglas Adams, and with a really good plot ... it provided me with so much enjoyment. One of the best books I've read in a long time." < Less
Split Lip: Termites In Your Smile and Other Stories By Sam Costello et al.
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Even in the light, the world can be a dark place. And you’ll go to dark places indeed in these 8 stories of the unusual, the fearsome, and the bizarre. A man wakes up to find his doppelganger... More > smiling at him. A lothario faces a grisly vengeance from the mysterious women he’s wronged. Does the line between insanity and the supernatural matter if it costs you a friend? A photographer sees something he shouldn’t have through his camera. A child disappears from his home—but is the man who returns claiming to be him telling the truth? These stories, and others, will be your tour guides through the dark corners of the world as chronicled in the pages of Split Lip: Termites In Your Smile and Other Stories. This volume demonstrates why The Horror Blog called Split Lip “the predominant original horror comic work on the Internet.” “The only (webcomic) to ever give me the chills was Split Lip.” - El Santo, The Webcomic Overlook Cover art by Shane Okaley< Less
Leaf Garden, issue #7 (b&w) By Various contributors
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Contributors: Benjamin C. Krause Phil Lane Walt Burns Ryan Quinn Flanagan Curt Last Linda Rose Parkes J.H. Martin Constance Stadler Kirpal Gordon Courtney Elmlinger Kelley D. Justin Hyde Chris... More > G. Vaillancourt John Grochalski Michael Cohen Michael Lee Johnson N. God Savage Eric J. Brinovec iDrew Douglas Pugh Mikko Harvey J de Salvo Lyn Lifshin Kit Kennedy David LaBounty Danny P. Barbare Justin Carmickle Corina Pea Susan Poindexter Lisa Zaran Heather Napualani Hodges Gary Lark Daniel Wilcox J. Bradley Subhankar Das Corey Mesler Gary Beck Connor Stratman Gary Lark Karissa Morton Derek Richards Adam Hughes Josh Petty Chandle Lee< Less
Leaf Garden, issue #7 By Various contributors
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Contributors: Benjamin C. Krause Phil Lane Walt Burns Ryan Quinn Flanagan Curt Last Linda Rose Parkes J.H. Martin Constance Stadler Kirpal Gordon Courtney Elmlinger Kelley D. Justin Hyde Chris... More > G. Vaillancourt John Grochalski Michael Cohen Michael Lee Johnson N. God Savage Eric J. Brinovec iDrew Douglas Pugh Mikko Harvey J de Salvo Lyn Lifshin Kit Kennedy David LaBounty Danny P. Barbare Justin Carmickle Corina Pia Susan Poindexter Lisa Zaran Heather Napualani Hodges Gary Lark Daniel Wilcox J. Bradley Subhankar Das Corey Mesler Gary Beck Connor Stratman Gary Lark Karissa Morton Derek Richards Adam Hughes Josh Petty Chandle Lee< Less
Leaf Garden, issue #7 By Various contributors
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Contributors: Benjamin C. Krause Phil Lane Walt Burns Ryan Quinn Flanagan Curt Last Linda Rose Parkes J.H. Martin Constance Stadler Kirpal Gordon Courtney Elmlinger Kelley D. Justin Hyde Chris... More > G. Vaillancourt John Grochalski Michael Cohen Michael Lee Johnson N. God Savage Eric J. Brinovec iDrew Douglas Pugh Mikko Harvey J de Salvo Lyn Lifshin Kit Kennedy David LaBounty Danny P. Barbare Justin Carmickle Corina Pia Susan Poindexter Lisa Zaran Heather Napualani Hodges Gary Lark Daniel Wilcox J. Bradley Subhankar Das Corey Mesler Gary Beck Connor Stratman Gary Lark Karissa Morton Derek Richards Adam Hughes Josh Petty Chandle Lee< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #46 By Stephen Theaker et al.
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Amazing fiction! Insightful reviews! A self-indulgent editorial! Yes, it’s Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction! This issue features alphabetically-ordered stories by Gary Budgen, Mitchell... More > Edgeworth, Josie Gowler, Stephen Palmer, Jessy Randall, Charles Wilkinson and Ross Gresham, plus eighteen reviews from Stephen Theaker, Jacob Edwards and Douglas J. Ogurek.< Less
88 Ways to Die By Johnnie Mitchell
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The time is the presidential election year of 1988. A year when Gary Hart’s run was cut short due to his sit down with Donna Rice. An era when big time businessmen and high level politicians... More > found themselves caught up in “sleaze factor” scandals. Michael Douglas’ line from the movie Wall Street: “Greed is good,” seems to be typical of the 1980s. Against this back drop, Chicago private detectives Ellis Mason and Brad Royce find themselves swimming neck deep in 1980s style murder, greed, and corruption. Ellis becomes obsessed with finding the murderer of his partner. Royce is smitten with a wily and dangerous political consultant that knows more than she lets on about blackmail and shady business deals. Together the detectives must wade through the muck and dodge the last bullet before they crack the case.< Less
88 Ways to Die By Johnnie Mitchell
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The time is the presidential election year of 1988. A year when Gary Hart’s run was cut short due to his sit down with Donna Rice. An era when big time businessmen and high level politicians... More > found themselves caught up in “sleaze factor” scandals. Michael Douglas’ line from the movie Wall Street: “Greed is good,” seems to be typical of the 1980s. Against this back drop, Chicago private detectives Ellis Mason and Brad Royce find themselves swimming neck deep in 1980s style murder, greed, and corruption. Ellis becomes obsessed with finding the murderer of his partner. Royce is smitten with a wily and dangerous political consultant that knows more than she lets on about blackmail and shady business deals. Together the detectives must wade through the muck and dodge the last bullet before they crack the case.< Less