Hard Suit Lock, by Sean Monaghan 2

Hard Suit Lock, by Sean Monaghan
Andreas smacked into some tubes on the Donkicong’s fuselage, then clipped the edge of the airlock and bounced away slowly. It reminded him a little of watching Willard’s buckled and broken ship tumbling towards the Martian atmosphere. “What’s the problem, A?” Bayliss said. “My arm is jammed. I spun out. And I can’t fit into ...

Website: Propnomicon

“Propnomicon focuses on horror and fantasy props of interest to fans of H. P. Lovecraft and players of the ‘Call of Cthulhu’ role playing game. That includes items directly inspired by Lovecraft’s writing, DIY information for creating your own works, printable paper props, and source materials related to the 1920’s and 30’s, the ‘classic era’ ...

Website: Monster Brains 1

“Out Of The Shadows” comic book covers… http://monsterbrains.blogspot.com/2010/11/out-of-shadows.html

Book: ‘Lexicon of the Planet of the Apes’

Dear Editor, This holiday season, Hasslein Books will release Lexicon of the Planet of the Apes: The Comprehensive Encyclopedia, a 450-page trade paperback featuring 3,200 alphabetical entries from the POTA movies, TV shows, and comics, as well as a foreword by literary critic John K. Muir. We’d be grateful if you would please let your ...

Last, by Gerry Huntman

Last, by Gerry Huntman
He didn’t remember his name, but he was sure he once had one. It disturbed him that his memory was faulty and his thinking was so unclear. He could smell burning wire, which indicated internal damage — this caused him to react quickly, as his life depended on swift action. He picked himself up from ...

Three Destinies, by Gerry Huntman 1

Three Destinies, by Gerry Huntman
My name is Scaramouche, and I was made by Cimiar, the greatest alchemist of all time. Snick, snick. Bite sharp! Taste blood; drink deep. I am no ordinary dagger, oh, no. Not even for an enchanted blade. I was crafted by the master, and he had one, specific task for me. My sole purpose is to kill ...

Seeker of Vengeance, by Alva J. Roberts 2

Seeker of Vengeance, by Alva J. Roberts
Thorlin struggled forward, the marble floor beneath him hard and unforgiving; he felt weak and cold. Blood covered his face and chest, most of it his own. He had tried… tried to protect the Dragonstone. He fought them, but he was not strong enough to do his duty. Ilerya, Goddess of Light, had to understand ...

‘The Man of Light’ by Charles Parramore 1

'The Man of Light' by Charles Parramore
The first time I saw the Man of Light, he was feeding sea gulls on the beach. The day was cold, bleak, and windy. The sun was little more than a rumor in the afternoon sky. I approached him with my hands buried deep in my pockets and my head tucked against the wind. He was an old man with ...

‘Subterranean Museum’ by Robert William Shmigelsky

'Subterranean Museum' by Robert William Shmigelsky
Through the surface of cratered moon, shining dimly out to open space, celestial devices, collecting dust underground. Among the first exhibits included: the sandglass, Cupid’s arrow, the scale, balancing pans of good and evil. Floors down, one could stumble upon the stables of the charioteer, Helios, the dark wet cellar of Tartarus. But undoubtedly, tucked ...

‘The Last Coffee Shop Philosopher’ by Koos Kombuis 3

'The Last Coffee Shop Philosopher' by Koos Kombuis
Last lecture delivered from the podium of the Department of Philosophy of the Free University of San Francisco. – July the 4th, 2184 Friends, academics, and fellow mutants, I address you today in my capacity of new Chairman of the Socratic Society, on the first, and probably the last day of my tenure. Thank you ...