Our second volume of JUNGLE TALES - Featuring KI-GOR Jungle Lord Vol II is just about finished. It features one novella and two shorts all written by John Rose. Interior illustrations are by Clayton Hinkle and the cover will be by Andy Fish.
We thought we'd give you a peek at the back cover. Expect the official release in about two weeks.
Airship 27 Productions is about to step into the world of occult detectives with its newest title now in production.
Volume #1 of Occult Detectives will feature a Lone Crew story by Joel Jenkins. A Charles St. Cyprian Royal Occultist tale by Joshua Reynolds, a Sgt. Janus Ghost Breaker by Jim Beard and a Ravenwood - Stepson of Mystery by Ron Fortier. Airship 27 Productions own Art Director will provide the interior illustrations. No cover artist has been been chosen. Stay tuned for further progress reports.
Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to presents its first
ever weird western pulp title, SIX-GUN TERRORS by one of the brightest new
voices in pulp fiction today; Fred Adams, Jr.
Former Union scouts and saddle tramps Durken and McAfee are more
than satisfied with their lives as cattle-punchers for Homer Eldridge and his
Triple Six ranch.When a mysterious,
black clad preacher arrives in town leading a congregation of dwarfish
foreigners, strange things begin to happen.First cattle from various spreads are found savagely butchered out on
the range for no apparent reason.Then
several Triple Six hands go missing.
McAfee begins to suspects there is something very sinister
about the new reverend and his people.Something that will bring more horror and destruction with it.
SIX-GUN TERRORS features not one, but two Durken and McAfee
adventures; the longer “Six-Guns and Old Ones,” described above and the shorter
“The Angel,” wherein our cowboys confront the ghost of a Confederate sniper they
killed in the Siege of Atlanta.Both are
masterpieces of the macabre.
Writer Fred Adams, Jr. spins two weird western tales that
will have readers on their edge of their seats and jumping at shadows.Mixing a heady brew that is half H.P.
Lovecraft and half Louis L’Amour, SIX-GUN TERRORS is a creepy reading
experience not soon forgotten.
Fred Adams, Jr. is a western Pennsylvania native who has enjoyed a
lifelong love affair with horror, fantasy, and science fiction literature and
films. He holds a Ph.D. in American Literature from Duquesne
University and recently retired from
teaching writing and literature in the English Department of Penn State University. He has published over 50
short stories in amateur, and professional magazines as well as hundreds of
news features as a staff writer and sportswriter for the now Pittsburgh
Tribune-Review. In the 1970s Fred published the fanzine Spoor and its
companion The Spoor Anthology.
“Fred Adams is an amazing writer,” says Airship 27
Productions Managing Editor, Ron Fortier.“We recently released his first novel, HITWOLF, a few months ago to rave
critical reviews and now we bring you this eerie western project that is in a
class by itself.It is rare that we
release two books by the same writer in one year, but Adams
is truly a unique talent and deserves this attention.We are very excited to be showcasing his
The book is amply illustrated by another rising star in the
New Pulp field, artist Zachary Brunner.His previous work for Airship 27 Productions includes “George Chance –
The Green Ghost,” “Sgt. Janus Returns” and “The Apocalypse Sucks.”A filmmaker amongst other skills, Brunner’s
art is evocative of many of the old classic pulp magazine illustrators.Together he and Fred Adams, Jr. make an
unbeatable creative force in world of New Pulp Fiction.
PRODUCTIONS – PULP FICTION FOR A NEW GENERATION!
Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to announce the release
of the second Challenger Storm adventure as written by creator Don Gates and
illustrated by award winning artist Michael Kaluta.
“Challenger Storm’s debut novel, “The Isle of Blood,” was a
delight to all pulp fans everywhere,” says Airship 27 Managing Editor Ron
Fortier.“In Storm, Don Gates has given
us a classic pulp hero in the grand tradition of Doc Savage, Jim Anthony and
Captain Hazzard.Add illustrations and
covers by one of the finest artists in the world today and you have a recipe
for excellence.With “Curse of
Poisidon,” Gates and Kaluta have amped up the action and thrills that is sure
to thrill our readers.”
When several cargo ships begin disappearing on the waters of
the Aegean Sea rumors begin to spread about
black-armored demons rising up out of the deep.For Challenger Storm and his MARDL team, these events hold no particular
interest until one of Storm’s troubleshooters, Diana St.Clair, informs him that
her former lover, and one-time MARDL scientist, Herbert Chambers is among the
Later a freakish wave wipes out a small Greek fishing
village leaving only a handful of survivors.Is it possible someone has learned how to control the seas to do their
bidding? When Storm and his companions arrive at a mid-ocean refueling station,
they are attacked by saboteurs wielding bizarre rifles that fire sea-water.
Who is the mysterious figure calling himself Poseidon and
what is the secret of his ability to create monstrous tidal waves?Can Challenger Storm find his underwater base
in time to stop this mad genius before he rains down more watery destruction
upon unsuspecting coastal populations?Is
mankind is doomed to be ruled by a new King of the Seas!
Here is high-octane pulp adventure on…and below the waves!
“Curse of Poseidon” was edited by Fortier with book design
by Airship 27 Art Director Rob Davis and is now available in both hard copy and
PRODUCTIONS – PULP FICTION FOR A NEW GENERATION!
Every now and then we discover a new artist or writer that makes us take a step back and simply go WOW!! So fantastic is their talent, we are in awe of what they can do.
Such is the case for both writer Fred Adams Jr. and artist Zachary Brunner. Zachary's work has been seen in our second Sgt. Janus book and our first Green Ghost volume while also providing interiors for Peggy Chambers' The Apocalypse Sucks. Whereas Fred is relatively new to Airship 27 with his first novel for us having just been released weeks ago, Hitwolf.
Both these two men are amazing creators individually. Now we are bringing them together for a new western project called SIX-GUN TERRORS which should be out in a few more weeks. We think it is something special and hope you'll agree. Here's one of the nine black and white spot illos by Zachary to whet your appetites.
Airship 27 Productions is happy to announce the third volume
in their SINBAD – The New Voyages series.But this one, unlike the first two anthologies, is a full length novel
adventure by C.B. Harvey.
“I’ve always been a huge fan of the Ray Harryhausen Sinbad
movies,” explains Airship 27 Productions Managing Editor, Ron Fortier.“The combination of exotic locales, a classic
hero and Harryhausen’s fantastic stop-motion creatures delighted my imagination
to no end.This was the kind of story
telling I wanted to bring to our pulp readers.”
Two years ago, Fortier set about creating a black Sinbad of
Nubian origin who commanded an international crew that included Henri Delacrois,
an archer from Gaul, Ralf Gunarson, a powerful young Viking from the northlands
and Tishimi Osara, a female samurai from feudal Japan.Assembling some of the finest writers in New
Pulp today, Airship 27 Productions released two volumes, each containing three
stories featuring this cast of characters.Now comes C.B. Harvey’s novel, “Sinbad and the Warriors of Forever.”
When the undead Warriors of Forever, led by the one-eyed
witch, Al-Izikel the Scarlet, attack the peaceful fishing village of the
Xubanthali and kidnap their children, it falls upon Sinbad and the crew of the
Blue Nymph to come to their aid.Accompanied by the town elder, Al-Bulcar, and Illia, the beautiful
daughter of the village shaman, the Blue Nymph is set on a course of dangerous
mystery.To locate the fabled demon
horde they must first find the illusive Scholars of Bethsea for they alone hold
the key to solving the riddle of the evil sorceress and the reason behind her
abduction of villager’s young.
Writer C.B. Harvey spins a fantastic seafaring adventure
that will leave readers cheering. The book is illustrated by commercial artist
James Conahan with design work by Art Director Rob Davis.
“Ray Harryhausen would have loved this!” Says Charles
Saunders, author of the popular Imaro series.
AIRSHIP 27 PRODUCTIONS – PULP FICTION FOR A NEW GENERATION!
Available from Amazon.com in both hard copy and on Kindle.