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In a similar vein to the fantasy adventures of Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, and Dungeons and Dragons. In the port city of Dagruum, pirates disrupt the peace of the city. Amidst the chaos, a new threat emerges, and the Dagruum Thieves Guild is quick to investigate. Meanwhile an elven mage named Felosial finds herself caught up in an adventure she hadn't intended on having. With the help of her dwarven friend Bakar and the flamboyant thief Dilavo, she discovers secrets about the city and its inhabitants that may change the course of her life forever.
The Web. A great network of time and dimension, it encompasses all that was, is, and shall be. If a single entity were to gain control of it, it would control everything. The Terminus Agency is going to do just that, by sending out ruthless Web Runners to chart the Web and plant beacons at crucial intersections of space/time. Once completed, this network of Terminal Points will allow Terminus to change reality itself. Pilot is the latest state of the art model runner and will carry out the final plan of the Terminus Agency. There's just one catch... Pilot has a mind of his own!
Inspired by the legend of the Golem creature. From exile, a guardian Golem of steel is summoned back into battle! Enticed by the promise of a place amongst men, the Golem heeds the call of the newly ascended Emperor in his campaign to destroy the very Resistance who created and abandoned him. Raising his blade against those he once swore to protect, the Golem will face his greatest battle yet in a conflict that will test everything he is made of and lead him to discover the difference between weapon and warrior.
VIRUS meets ALIENS. It's the year 2058 or so we believe. After downloading an extraterrestrial signal that turns out to be a virus capable of controlling our technology, mankind now fights a war against an alien species that is continuously downloading themselves into our world. A war we call… A.A.I. Wars. When Lt. Skyla Kingsley and her platoon’s investigation into a mysterious signal in a supposed dead zone turns up a secret underground lair, they stumble upon something never before seen during all the years of the war. Humanity’s main threat, an alien parasite that calls itself Mother. A parasite that is slowly taking over our world. But in order for it to continue to survive on our world it needs to merge its alien DNA with that of a human specimen. Can Lt. Kingsley possibly escape with her team and salvage what she can to stop the genocide once and for all? Or will this spell the end for the human race?
He died. He came back. Is he willing to die...again? In 2050, murder sets the stage for a cadaver to come back to life from an experiment...an experiment that keeps the cerebral and corporeal function alive in an artificial suspension of life. Born is the man now known as Tatters. He has the ability to speak both sides of the boundary he has crossed. And in a future America tearing itself apart by race, political issues, and classes, a mysterious government agency known as Phase Ten has its own agenda. Tatters, despite its science fiction and espionage trappings is foremost a Gothic story with a Gothic protagonist.
All new tale picking up from where the critically acclaimed CARBON graphic novel left off. Jacob “Heat” Hatfield leads Eden’s survivors away from the liquefied sea of the burning coal but the chaos of a rapidly accelerating environmental disaster threaten to engulf the Earth. With the cryptic message of “Go to the Burning Spring. Make Red Salt,” the survivors race ahead of a double threat of the carbon demons and the new militia.
Before there was King Arthur, Camelot, and the Knights of the Round Table, there was Merlin. In the year 410 A.D., a divided and decaying Rome calls the last of her occupying forces from the island of Britain. With the Roman legions gone, British warlords and foreign invaders alike begin to battle for control of the small isle. In the region known today as Wales, one warlord at last gains enough prominence to take the title “King”. His name is Vortigern.
It is the tenth year of his reign, 435 A.D., and that is where our story begins…
Meet the strangest crime fighter in the future.Think people can be disingenuous? Ha! In the future, they try on new personas like hats. Unfortunately, Hieronymus Jones overdoes it with the TPGs (temporary personality grafts), leaving his original personality utterly destroyed. That would be okay, since he’s kinda boring. But an experimental cure gives him not one, but six new permanent personalities with each inhabiting a different part of his body! And these "parts" discover they can break apart at will!
Adam is the First, science's revered first immortal before the rise of the New Humans. Ugly and deformed, his sacrifice leads to the perfect race of godlike people that inhabit the world around him. While he is now worshiped as the first and undying, he is also hopelessly alone. Adam Among The Gods is a sci-fi tale explores the evolving standards of beauty and perfection and how those choices could affect the physical and mental well being of a human race improved through genetic tampering.
Tales from the Outer Rim presents three stories woven by a common thread tied to a service station in space. It’s the final outpost and pivotal point in the lives of three protagonists.
Mr. Fisk is the best at what he does, but nobody knows it. He's a covert agent in the S.U.B.S.T.I.T.U.T.E. department of the Board of Education. He's called in to deal with mad scientists, temporal rifts, aliens and any other supernatural occurrences that might threaten a school - all without public knowledge, to prevent widespread panic. Mr. Fisk thought he'd seen it all, until now. Suddenly, he finds himself (armed only with his briefcase and a new protege by his side) facing the greatest challenge of his career. After all, weird has no lesson plan!
What if Hitler’s last great Super Weapon was – Time Itself! A WWII/time travel adventure that can best be described as Band of Brothers meets Time Bandits. October, 1944. Nazi fortunes appear bleaker by the day. But in the bowels of the Wenceslas Mines, a terrible threat has emerged . . . The Nazis have discovered the ability to conquer time itself with the help of a new ominous device! Now a rag tag group of American GIs must stop this threat to the past, present, and future . . . While dealing with their past, prejudices, and fears in the process.
Welcome to A-Time, not another dimension, not a parallel world, but your very own neighborhood bereft of linear time! Here, past, present and future merge like expressway off-ramps. Here, bestial six legged Quirks can alter the future, Glitches of powerful emotion swarm once-stable lives, and Archetypes leave (big) footprints. After a nervous breakdown, genius double-doctorate Harry Keller wasn’t looking for A-Time, but he found it. He soon learns that the terra incognita is dazzling and dangerous, because whatever happens in A-Time also has an effect here, from benign to devastating. And Harry Keller thinks he’s the first to discover this. Being wrong, of course, he stumbles onto a devious plan to have Ronald Reagan re-elected president (yes, this takes place in the late 80’s), so he can die in office and fulfill the Zero Curse! And yes, in context, it makes total sense! Can Harry set things right before he’s locked away for keeps?
What if there really was a Garden of Eden? Before the fabled one of our Old Testament - a place with a people before the first people we know of, and a God before the one we now recognize? There was. A civilization cursed for breaking their own commandment - to live in balance with the Earth, as they had created their God to enforce. Impossible, there, would be an archeological record. Oh but there is. Buried deep beneath the Appalachian Mountains, imprisoned in their original form - Carbon! And now a mining industrialist wants to release it.
A story of sci-fi mystery. It is a future that isn't bright and clean, but that holds a terrifying vision...especially for one man. Orlak. He is a puzzle with ten missing pieces...his fingers. Orlak's hands have been replaced with metal prosthetic ones...hands that can kill with the razor-like appendages that can come out of the fingertips. Orlak discovers he has no past. His future is unclear. All he knows is that when he sleeps, he wakes up next to a dead body. Is he a killer or a victim? And he will stop at nothing to find answers to why this was done to him.
The Emerald City tarnished...the Yellow Brick Road...in ruins...Scarecrow, Lion, and the Tin Man...missing. OZ is no longer a happy fantasyland of wonderful wizards. It's an OZ where a great evil has come to despoil it. Into this world of Winkies, Witches, and Winged Monkeys come a trio of human friends from Earth. They find themselves in the midst of a civil war, one that threatens to destroy OZ forever. Based on the series of novels by Frank L. Baum with a decidedly modern twist. The long running and entertaining comic series for teens and adults alike.
October 30th, 2151. Devil's Night.
Traditionally a celebration of havoc, the night before Halloween has long been dedicated to spray paint and fire, to destruction for its own sake. But mischief in the Age of Nanotechnology is complicated. For young gifted vandals visionary tactics may not be enough. To keep the spirit of their egg-throwing forebears alight, perilous alchemy is required. And unleashing such power will bring enemies, and open an abyss that could swallow its makers whole.
Six volunteers are hooked up to a special super computer that monitors their dreams. Pulled from diverse backgrounds, a research center attempts to discover how much occurrences during the day influence one's nightly dreams. Now a glitch in the machine plunges the subjects into a comatose stasis and traps their mind in the machine, and all their personalities are drawn in together, only to be manifested by the dreams themselves, and where death is all to real. Now technicians and scientists begin a frantic struggle to recapture and return the consciousness of the subjects. Can they succeed?
The Chronicles of Narnia meets The Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings. Four normal teenagers are plunged into a world they thought only existed in novels, video games and films. They discover a magical land where Dragons roam the skies, orcs and hobgoblins terrorize travelers, and where unicorns prance through the forest. Not a typical "dungeons and dragons" world, for The Realm follows the adventures of these teens into the unknown as we watch the world unfold before their eyes. And the teens soon discover they are acquiring special abilities of their own to control for either good or evil.
In the tradition of The Game of Thrones. It is a land of majestic fantasy, peopled by various races; Elves, Gnomes, Goblins, Dragons, Humans and more. It is a land called A'zoth. A land where magic reigns, a land where great religions bring people together, yet tear nations apart; a land where conquest and ambition are dreams to some and nightmares to others; a land where nature itself can be twisted into the services of dark forces. Here are the exploits of an elfin warrior princess Silverfawn on her tragic journey through the realms. The long running comic series that is the new Lord of the Rings.
Based on the concepts and story originated by HG Wells. The "Martian Invasion" has begun again and now mankind must fight, not only for their homes, but for their very humanity. Few took them seriously, let alone saw them again as a threat. Yet as mankind busied itself about their petty affairs, they were being scrutinized and studied, perhaps as narrowly as a scientist might watch under the microscope the microbes that swarm and multiple in a drop of water. And having learned from their prior defeat they shall now wipe out man and take Earth once and for all. This story picks up well after the second invasion has begun and mankind is seemingly on the brink of defeat.