Doc Savage is a fictional character originally published in American pulp magazines during the 1930s and 1940s. He was created by publisher Henry W. Ralston and editor John L. Nanovic at Street & Smith Publications, with additional material contributed by the series' main writer, Lester Dent.
The heroic-adventure character would go on to appear in other media, including radio, film, and comic... [click here for more]
The epic saga from Homer has influenced literature since the day it was discovered. Presented is a re-telling of the classic epic from the human perspective, rather than from that of the Greek Gods. Covered within the pages are the events that led to the extraordinary Trojan War. Her name was Helen, her beauty was renowned throughout the world. "The face that launched a thousand ships". In this struggle,... [click here for more]
Duncan was the naive son of a minor nobleman, more interested in romance than war. Mallory was a dragon, more interested in con jobs and quick money than being a fearsome monster. When they team up, their adventures - or rather mis-adventures - make for a hilarious fantasy romp!
Based on the graphic novel by Robert Asprin (creator of the rollicking Myth Adventure series of novels), and artist Mel.... [click here for more]
Dedicated to the men and women of Law Enforcement
Each day the men and women of law enforcement embark on their patrols never knowing what the day will bring.
Each day is a struggle with people who do not understand the duties and responsibilities of a Police Officer.
Each day is fraught with boredom punctuated by sheer terror, yet they must remain calm in the face of danger.
Citizens... [click here for more]
A first person epic poem of Odysseus's life and journey. This poem has all the twists and turns that one might expect from the teller of the tale...which is in this case Odysseus himself. The poem starts with Odysseus chiding his unnamed summoner, thus narrating his life, starting with his childhood and ending with his ultimate triumph at the death of the suitors. However, Odysseus has an agenda of... [click here for more]
The Freak: A Story of St. George
Written by Erik Ehn
Adapted and Recorded by David Hinde Chapman
Featuring Jenn Schorr, Jeremy Robinson, Amanda Chapman
Script first published in The Saint Plays ... [click here for more]
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The Greeks land on the shores leading to Troy in order to battle the Trojans and ultimately take the city. And with the Greeks comes their greatest warrior, Achilles, a man who has never been defeated in battle. But what was once thought to be a quick victory now becomes a battle that will be fought for ten long years.
Achilles, Agamemnon,... [click here for more]