Buy new or used from an indie through our partner Biblio:
Action Lab Entertainment
December 19, 2017
5.9 X 0.9 X 8.9 inches | 0.8 pounds
Earn by promoting books
Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.Become an affiliate
About the Author
"Dirk Manning is the writer/creator of comic series such as the supernatural noir Tales of Mr. Rhee and the genre-bending horror anthology Nightmare World. More of Dirk's comic work includes Buried But Not Dead, Twiztid Haunted High-Ons, (nominated for three Ringo Awards, including Best Humor Comic of 2020) Hope, Butts in Seats: The Tony Schiavone Story, Love Stories (to Die For), and The Adventures of Cthulhu Jr. & Dastardly Dirk. Now predominantly publishing with Source Point Press, Dirk was an early adapter in using crowdfunding to launch pre-sales of his comics and graphic novels, with Dirk's work having raised over $250,000 and counting in pre-sales on Kickstarter alone. Dirk is also the author of the inspirational/how-to column turned book series Write or Wrong: A Writer's Guide to Creating Comics and has contributed several short stories to the RPG game series Clockwork: Dominion for Reliquary Game Studios. His screenplay writing credits include the YouTube horror series Blackbox TV episode "The Hunger" (directed by Drew Daywalt and featuring Bonnie Aarons and Jon Gries). When not at his desk writing, touring on the comic convention circuit, and/or sampling his way across the best ice cream shops in the world, Dirk can be found online at www.DirkManning.com and on most social media platforms as @dirkmanning. He does not wear a top hat and scarf in real life.
Caleb is a science teacher at St. Louis Catholic School, in Lake Charles, LA. He studied Chemistry at McNeese State University, and is married to Jamie Gautreaux Monroe. He loves comic books, stories that have a way of speaking to a person, and books that are just plain fun. His did his best to write a story that did all of those things in his debut Fantasy Series, The Wind's Cry. Caleb wanted action, the story of a man who had something to overcome, and even though he never meant to, his characters even found love.
Jason Millet is an illustrator, storyboard artist, and comic artist who has provided illustrations for over a dozen children's books, comic books, storyboards and concept art for films and television. Jason draws inspiration from classic illustrators, cartoonists, and animators as well as the work of the Old Masters and Impressionists. He resides in Chicago with his lovely wife and daughter and their occasionally obedient cat.
"Delightful and engaging collection of stories starring Athena Voltaire." (Amazon Customer Review)