Saturday, July 25, 2015


Available Again in New Edition

The first in a series of brand new Black Bat adventures, “Black Bat Mystery, Vol One” was one of the last books to be published by Cornerstone Books during their association with Airship 27 Productions.  Out of print for several years now, Airship 27 Productions is delighted to announce the release of this new, wholly Airship 27 Edition.

The book was nominated for several Pulp Factory Awards when first released in 2010.
It features four great pulp tales of the Black Bat by Andrew Salmon, Aaron Smith, Mark Justice and Frank Schildiner.  Art Director Rob Davis provides the gorgeous 12 black and white interior illustrations and Mark Maddox the stunning painted cover.

Airship 27 Productions is currently assembling Vol II in this series and thus, having this one back in print was a major part of that marketing promotion.


Available now from Amazon in both hard copy and on Kindle.


Thursday, July 23, 2015

Back Cover Peek

We are extremely excited about one of the new titles now in production; JEZEBEL JOHNSTON - Devil's Handmaid, by the super talented Nancy Hansen.  The book features a painted cover by Terry Pavlet with nine interior illos by Rob Davis.

Here's a peek at the back cover.  Enjoy.
Captain Ron

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Now in Production

We are in the final stages of production for our new pirate book;  JEZEBEL JOHNSTON - Devil's Handmaid, by Nancy Hansen.  Attached here is cover painter Terry Pavlet's preliminary uncolored sketch.  Looks to be a stunning piece when finished.  Rob Davis will provide interior illustrations.

Captain Ron

Sunday, July 5, 2015

C.O. Jones - Mobsters & Monsters

Mobsters & Monsters

Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to announce the latest pulp thriller by one of the fastest rising stars in the New Pulp field, Fred Adams, Jr.

During World War II, C.O. Jones, under a different name, was recruited into a special unit of the OSS (Office of Strategic Services).  Special in that all the members had some kind of extrasensory abilities bordering on magic.  Their main mission was to seek out and combat the Nazis’ top secret Occult Practioners.

But the war is over and C.O. is just another veteran looking for a fresh start.  He hopes the quiet little town of Brownsville, Pennsylvania is the perfect place to do so.  Until, that is, he gets involved with the local criminal element and discovers, through his own unique gifts, that someone is using dark magic to further their own illegal agenda.  For C.O. Jones, it seems the ways of magic are to be found in the most unlikely places.

“I can’t say enough good things about Fred Adams,” says Airship 27 Productions Managing Editor, Ron Fortier.  “From day one he has delivered some of the best fiction I’ve read in years.  His style is both competent and easy, delivering suspenseful stories like all the old pros from the classic pulps of the 30s and 40s.  This is his fourth book with us and honestly, each one is better than the last.  If you love pulp fiction, remember the name Fred Adams.”

Fred Adams, Jr. delivers another scorching thriller that races across the pages with fresh, original characters, suspense and ever-exploding action.  Features spot illustrations by artist Clayton Hinkle with a stunning cover by Carl Yonders, all under the guidance of award winning Art Director, Rob Davis.  Hold on to your seatbelts as you meet the C.O. Jones, one of the toughest new pulp heroes of them all.


Available now at Amazon in hard copy and soon on Kindle.

Friday, July 3, 2015

Another Cover Peek

Later this summer we hope to release GHOST BOY Vol Two.  To that end artist Zachary Brunner has done up this rough composition sketch that will evolve into the finished cover.  It's our homage to the classic Marvel Comic Fantastic Four # 1.

Stay tuned, Loyal Airmen.
Captain Ron

Sunday, June 28, 2015



Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to be releasing the second volume in this series of weird westerns by writer Fred Adams, Jr.

Deep in the heart of the Caplock Mountains of Nevada a frightening new horror is preying on settlers and prospectors alike.  When the entire crew of a mining outfit is found torn to pieces, the U.S. Cavalry is sent to investigate under the command of General Sherman; the famous Civil War tactician.  He immediately recruits his former army scouts turned cowpunchers, Durken and McFee, to help ferret out this new threat to frontier settlements.

Soon the two cantankerous saddle-mates find themselves caught up between government agents and frightened Indian tribes who warn of an ancient evil returned to plague the white invaders; warriors capable of transforming themselves into beast!

“At a recent comic convention, this title was our best seller,” reports Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor Ron Fortier.  “People were immediately taken with artist Zachary Brunner’s gorgeous cover and we’re thrilled to announce he’s back handling all the art in this terrific sequel; both cover and interior illustrations.”  Readers of the first book in the series may notice a peculiar familiarity in the artist’s background on the cover. They are in fact a continuation of those seen in the first cover.  “This was a deliberate decision,” says Fortier.  “And we can’t wait until readers put both books together side by side.”  Award winning Art Director, Rob Davis adjusted the old logo to make this visual sequencing possible.

Once again Fred Adams Jr. delivers a gripping weird western that combines the best elements of both genres to deliver a non-stop action-adventure that will have pulp fans whipping through the pages.  Six-Terrors Vol II is a book you won’t want to put down.


Now available from Amazon and soon on Kindle.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

The Ways of Magic

In the next few weeks we hope to release the two latest pulp thrillers from the super talented writer, Fred Adams, Jr.  The second of these will be the debut of a brand new series starring a World War II named C.O. Jones.

Here's a sneak peek at the back cover to get you going.
Captain Ron