Daniel Alvarez of Unleash The Fanboy just gave Casefile: ARKHAM a whopping 9 out of 10 rating! The usage of Lovecratian monsters/ghouls is neither underplayed nor overplayed. They’re given fantastic build-up that when the big climax happens it’s extra effective. In a story like this, a careful balance between showing and not showing them is the goal, and it’s certainly achieved. Read the full review at UnleashTheFanboy.comRead More →

Comic Wow just gave Casefile: ARKHAM a stellar and annotated review. “This is a really amazing book, with a lot of really cool references and hidden meanings. If you don’t know them, you’ve got a really good story. If you do know them, you’ve got a really amazing story. There are certainly more of them than I would have expected…but they did keep my eyes glued to the pages, looking for more. The plot itself is really interesting with supernatural ghouls and real magick (with a “k”) being explored. This is definitely up my creepy alley. It’s definitely worth the read, so give it aRead More →

Some awesome coverage by great broadcasters and reviewers. The radio program Robots Attack on 103.3 FM KSCU Santa Clara gave World War Kaiju a killer review, talking about not only it’s unique format, but also about how they approached the book, and then their impressions afterwards. Wonderful work guys. Check it out at RobotsAttack.meRead More →

Very first day of the new year and all ready we are making headlines.  WORLD WAR KAIJU was name “Best comic of 2014” by Alternate History Weekly. “…a must read for anyone looking for some alternate history in there comics.” Read the whole article at  http://alternatehistoryweeklyupdate.blogspot.com/…/best-of-…Read More →

John Dodds of Amazing Stories Magazine (the first science fiction magazine) gave Whispers from the Abyss an amazing review: Whispers from the Abyss (01 Publishing) describes itself as “An anthology of H.P. Lovecraft  insired short fiction.” But the authors within its pages are no slavish Elvis tribute acts. Instead, they are his mutant bastard offspring, whose mission is to misbehave dreadfully and have a wonderful time doing so. These Children of the Night run amok, gleefully trashing the very idea of florid prose and pseudo-intellectual claptrap of which the Great Old One himself was sometimes guilty. Instead, they tear down the walls, splinter the timbers, rip out theRead More →

Jared W. Cooper of Adventures in SciFi Publishing to the time this past week to read Whispers from the Abyss and what an awesome review he gave. “Anthologies like WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS don’t come around as often as they should.” is the opening line to his review and it just gets better from there. You can read the whole thing on their website www.AdventuresInSciFiPublishing.com. Then consider donating to the Kickstarter to bring this this book out of the digital realm. This Kickstarter is just to help pay the cost of printing the book. All of the authors have already been paid for their contributions and weRead More →

The results are in and Planet X Control Room loves World War Kaiju! “The story and the artwork are just amazing and I’m definitely looking forward to more World War Kaiju! I definitely recommend it to all kaiju fans, but also to those that are just starting to get into the genre and those that are curious – this book is a great way to introduce first-timers on what giant monsters are about and introduce certain characters/actors that the novice fans will see soon in” Praise indeed coming from one of the premier Kaiju news sites and podcasts. You can read the full review on the PlanetRead More →

Author Nick Milligan reviewed Whisper for SFFWorld.com,  spotlighting many of our contributors as standout stories including Jason Andrew’s Fear and Loathing in Insmouth…, David Tallerman’s My Friend Fishfingers…, Jonathan Sharp’s Nation of Disease, Lee Finney’s Give Me That Old Time Religion, and Charles Black’s Horrorscope. As for Josh Finney’s Death Wore Greasepaint he had this to say, The disturbed clown working his television studio audience of children into a primal frenzy – and the horror that follows – are the most vivid and memorable from this accomplished collection. You can read the rest of his review at SFFWorld.comRead More →