The tragic tale of the doomed but defiant band of perhaps not-so-miraculously re-embodied supranormals known as the Damnation Brigade continues in the initial mini-novel extracted from the open-ended saga of Wilderwitch's Babies.
By the time the Damnation Brigade regroups in the Weirdom of Cabalarkon only eight of the original ten are left. One of them is Wilderwitch. She’s lucky to be alive;... [click here for more]
Nergal Vetala, the Vampire Queen of the Ambulatory Dead, at long last gets hold of the Trigregos Talismans. Rather, her fanatically faithful soldier does. The Forces of the Living, as led by Ringleader, seek to wrest them away from him. To assist him Ringleader saves, then recruits, surviving members of the Damnation Brigade.
Joining them are High Priest Thartarre, Vetala's altogether alive son,... [click here for more]
A rip-roaring outburst of creativity featuring Jim McPherson’s taut storytelling and spectacular artwork gleaned from the pages of Phantacea 1-5 (1977-1980), Phantacea Phase One #1 (1987) and #2 (unpublished), it presents the stirring saga of extraterrestrial Shining Ones and the doomed but unyielding Damnation Brigade.
Anheroic Fantasy Illustrated, with a wraparound cover by Phantacea’s... [click here for more]
Wildly divergent allies on both sides of the Whole Earth – and the Moon above – strive to resist the will-sapping might of demon-devils.
Yet even the forever Smiling Fiend, faced with the rejuvenated Vampire Queen of the Dead and her slavish, devil-slaying soldier, may come to regret seeking to destroy the Cosmic Express.
Bravura storytelling and smashing artwork gleaned from the pages... [click here for more]