Silver, they call it, the light of the full moon: celestial magic that changes men into beasts and calls the dead from their graves...and young men to their destinies. Billy Cole is the son of legendary folk hero Ian the Black. He should be marching to war, battling dragons, and rescuing fair maidens. Unfortunately for him, the war is long over, the last dragon was slain by the Dread Duke, and all the girls in Redfield are either several years younger than him or already married. Billy is 16 springs old and ready for a life of valor and excitement.
"Wonderfully epic story"
The country's premier superhero team is missing. So when a mutant monstrosity goes on the rampage, it's Spitball to the rescue! He's a third-string hero today, determined to be first-string tomorrow. And the Army may be giving him just the chance he needs. Spitball's been invited to undertake a secret mission into America's heartland. What he's about to discover, however, is not a chance at stardom but a horror movie come to life....
"The premise was actually pretty interesting"
Corporal Cranston Thorne is the black sheep of the family and about to be kicked out of System Guard for his selfish and reckless behavior. His father, Captain Thanos Thorne, would like nothing more than to see that happen, but unfortunately he can't stay for the court-martial; a remote outpost has gone silent and he must take the fleet out to face a possible attack. But in the fleet's absence, it's the planet that is attacked and it's up to Corporal Thorne, who's never cared about anyone but himself, to save planet Giger and restore the family name.
"Better suited to 18-30 year old males"
Evil has risen from Blood Marsh. Redfield needs a hero. Billy Cole is the son of legendary adventurer Ian the Black. And although he has the brass to take on the enemy alone, he's smart enough to know better. Instead, he takes the name Wil Thunderstrike, straps on the sword of Trevor the Red, and journeys north to find help.
Sergeant Jacob Knox leads the Head Knockers, a unit of scout-saboteurs in the war against the Dread Duke and his armies. They are the favorite squad among Captain Brighton's Stormwalkers, until an ambush by shapeshifters kills the Captain, half the company, and Knox's best men. Now the new Captain has new orders: he's sending the Head Knockers to investigate an abandoned village, the possible source of the attack.
"Great Intro to a new fantasy series!"
Wil arrives in the shadowy city of Fellwater in search of his prey, the bandit Mad Dog McCray. And heroes to save Redfield, of course. But it's easy to get distracted in a place like Fellwater. Gambling on boxing matches and chasing a flirtatious pickpocket prove to be dangerous entertainment. Soon he's making more enemies than friends.
Billy Cole - formerly Wil Thunderstrike, now the warrior Lockheed - has started down a new heroic career path as one of Leon Shimmerskin's champions. But the tales of the Colors Three never prepared him for the Silver Lion's particular brand of justice. The path of the traveling hero, it seems, is darker than he'd imagined.
A trio of dark tales told with a sharp noir edge. They feature wise guys and private eyes, black magic, bleak futures, and the feminine wiles of inhuman beauties. This is Valentine's Day with Halloween style. It's sex and violence from that dark corner of your imagination you dare not share with anyone else.
"Fun horror shorts."