Deadman's Tome :

May 2010

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Published by:
jesse dedman
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
80 pages Saddle-stitched
Literature & Writing
Adult, blood, dark, Deadman, Eric S. Brown, Hell, horror, Lovecraft, Robert Rhine, terror

Since the summer heat often evokes thoughts of sandy beaches backed by clear rolling tides, all of which populated with hot, attractive young women wearing nothing more than bits of cloth over certain assets, we bring to you an interview with a man responsible for merging concepts of Maxim with Horror: Robert Steven Rhine.

In addition, we also have an interview with Eric S. Brown regarding his new book How The West Went To Hell and you do not want to miss it. Plus, we have a wide variety of content this time starting with Rodosek’s The Fatal Encounter, which explores the horrific reality of deep space exploration, to Bruno’s My Art, which places you into the mind of a serial killer of a different nature, to Robert’s Broken Record, which reminds me of Psycho just a bit, and of course more.

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Deadman's Tome : May 2010

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