Lester Dent penned many pulp adventures before he created Doc Savage in 1933 under the house name Kenneth Robeson. Lester Dent's Zeppelin Tales collects five airship-themed stories published from 1930 to 1932, and includes material restored from Dent's original manuscripts!
"Zeppelin Bait": Jed Day, American Great War flyer, is framed for spying for a notorious German Zeppelin Captain!... [click here for more]
Serving as an excellent introduction to Space 1889, The Complete Canal Priests of Mars has our heroes help Martians accomplish a holy mission in London, then travel to Mars aboard the Princess Alexandra, the largest and most luxurious ether liner ever built! Throughout their journey they must face the hazards of London, the Ether, and Mars, compounded by mysterious enemies bent... [click here for more]
Soldier’s Companion contains Nineteenth-century colonial miniatures rules with the Victorian Science Fiction elements of Space: 1889. While allowing for the addition of land juggernauts, combat tripods, and aerial flyers, the rules work well for a rag-tag British column fighting its way through the passes of the Northwest Frontier. Soldier’s Companion covers the wealth of period military... [click here for more]