Premiering in Hell-Rider magazine from 1971 during the Bronze Age, The Butterfly was the very first African-American comic book superheroine! Marian Michaels leads a double-life not only as a hit Vegas nightclub singer, but as the masked maiden known as Butterfly. Aside from being a hand-to-hand combat expert, Butterfly also uses blinding light effects, suction gloves, and a jumping jet pack to fight... [click here for more]
Kreepy Komix breaks open Bronze Age black magic with 1970s horror comics. Explore the complete sagas of Lady Satan and Kromag the Killer. Also, learn the Dance Macabre, an enormous amazon causes Group Jeopardy, get drawn into the Circle of Circe, Dax the Damned finds The Paradise Tree, robots begin The Massacre of Mankind, ships ahoy in The Cursing of Captain Skull, and reincarnation replays The Screaming... [click here for more]
"Lord Satan is not yet satisfied, my dear..."
Ever since he was cast down from Heaven, Satan has been fighting to get his revenge. Not content with merely gathering souls for the fires of Hell, he has tried many ways to gain access to Earth and spread more corruption. Among those ways is to create offspring with mortal women. This latest rekease from NUELOW Games deals... [click here for more]
LOVE CONQUERS HATE... AND WHAT THE LOVE WITCH HATES, SHE DESTROYS!
After the fall of Atlantis, its far-flung colonies quickly slipped into barbarism, and the final remnants of a once-great culture were swept away by the desperation of people just trying to survive. One of the last masters of the tradition of Philiamancy was Burnick the Love Witch. This is the story of her final battle... [click here for more]
STRANGE RITUALS BY MOONLIGHT TO HONOR THE DARK GODS!NUELOW Stock Art Collection: Nameless Cults contains 14 black-and-white illustrations of cultits and the creatures summoned by their strange rites. Contributing artists include the team of Andru & Esposito, and famed portrait artist Everett Raymond Kinstler.
When you download this collection, you receive a PDF index of the... [click here for more]