2013 UP DATE -From Dead Aquatic (Humanoid) Creatures, the giant squid and yet undiscovered sea creatures; submarine and ships crews encountering true leviathans. This is a fully expanded section... More > which also refers to the so-called ‘Ningen’ sightings and video footage.
Extinct animals at sea that have been re-discovered.
The subject of Sasquatch and other mystery Hominids around the world is dealt with including a look at the “Sasquatch-killer”, Justin Smeja. Dr. Bryan Sykes and his DNA test results for TVs The Bigfoot Files as well as the controversial Erickson Project and Dr. Melba Ketchum’s
Even more controversial Sasquatch DNA test results.
Also included are two early French UFO entity cases that still baffle.
Ghosts, strange creatures and the Star-Child hoax. All dealt with by the naturalist and pursuer of the strange and weird< Less
Following the events on Neo Olympus and the Boarman invasion of Earth, many heroes and crime-fighters have withdrawn from activity. Some are trying to recover from injuries while others are fighting... More > the mental scars left by the events.
As heroes from other parallels who helped during the events return home, members of the Special Globe Guard are shocked at the sudden appearance of Zom of the Zodiac.
Very soon, a group of heroes find a quick rescue mission turn sour as they become lost between parallel Earths anf threats.
Sometimes one Earth just is not enough.
The complete story published in issues 7-10 of Black Tower Adventure now in...one handy dandy book!< Less
The terror and mystery created by “Jack The Ripper” has been the
subject of countless books, magazine articles as well as movies and TV documentaries. Ask anyone if they have ever heard... More > of Jack The Ripper and it is doubtful anyone would respond with a “no idea.”
By that same token, ask people who “Spring-heeled Jack” was and you would be lucky to find anyone who had ever heard of him. Spring-heeled Jack was the subject (loosely) of a film The Curse of the Wraydons (1946) and Dominic Keating also appeared as Spring Heeled Jack in the 2010 film Sherlock Holmes by The Asylum film company. The character has also featured in both American and British comic books and a number of books, for both children and adults.
But the fact that the Springald held the country –not just London– in a grip of terror much longer that the Ripper did is all but forgotten except for some half-truths and fanciful theories.
Now be prepared to read the full story of Spring Heeled Jack< Less
Collecting together the best selling illustrated prose of Ben Dilworth. In Osaka Brutal, the Haiku Gold Belt holder presents his own personal Haiku. In Aesop's Fables the childhood favourites become... More > rather darker and threatening. In Western and Japanese Yokai, Dilworth looks at a mixture of strange, sinister and deadly demons and spirites each story illustrated.< Less