Cubicle 7 revealed a look at the new Age of Sigmar RPG yesterday, including Johan Grenier’s fantastic cover art, as well as the names of a few outside consultants – myself among them. Continue reading “Cat, Bag, Out”
Moonstone Books has announced the forthcoming anthology, Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. It features new short stories about the Man With the Action-Packed Expense Account, by writers like Joe Gentile, Garry Phillips, Bobby Nash and myself. Continue reading “The Soda City Matter”
Did you enjoy Hallowed Knights: Plague Garden? Do you want to know more about how the Stormcast Eternals and the soldiers of the Freeguilds work together to reclaim the lost cities of the Mortal Realms? Are you interested in the process by which an ancient sewer system is cleared of a troll infestation? Then maybe grab a copy of Hallowed Knights: Black Pyramid when it comes out next month.
The newest instalment of the Eight Lamentations series popped up on the Black Library site today. “War-Claw” is a full-length audio drama that finds Owain Volker, Gunmaster of Azyr, and his companion, Zana Mathos, on the hunt for one of the eponymous Lamentations at a mountain outpost, besieged by unnatural creatures. Continue reading “Beast’s Claw”
I’m pleased to say that my tale of comedic horror, “Bruno J. Lampini and the Boots of Frankenstein”, will appear in the sixth issue of The Audient Void: A Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy.
Bruno J. Lampini is a character I’ve been wanting to introduce for awhile. He’s a sort of eldritch spiv – a dealer in arcane artefacts, buying and selling them for well-paying (mostly) clients. The character’s name was inspired by George Zucco’s character in House of Frankenstein (1944), the unfortunate ‘Professor Lampini’. Lampini’s world is also inspired by Universal’s monster movies – a sort of monochrome take on the 1930’s, complete with random storms, fog and dodgy accents.
I hope to do more stories featuring the character, if I get the time. I’ve even got some ideas lined up. What do you think of “Bruno J. Lampini and the Bones of Dracula”? Or what about “Bruno J. Lampini and the Hair of the Werewolf”?