Tales of the Fallen

Read the special introduction written by Jonathan Ross

They are murderers, martyrs and mercenaries in the no-man’s-land between adventure and crusade – soldiers of fate and fierce honour, bound together in mystery, darkness and blood. Their enemies are shadows haunting the outermost borders of a darkening world, and as night approaches the shadows grow long.

They are the Fallen, and these are their stories.

Read the Fragments of Fate Preview 

Pete Rogers (Writer), Roy Huteson Stewart (Colours), Paul Mclaren (Lettering) 

Mythical artifacts tied to an ancient legend.  A demonic cult obsessed with determining destiny. Professor Napoleon Stone’s latest research project is about to take him on a dark and perilous journey into the unknown.  Beaten, broken, terrorised and tortured.   It’s time to discover what’s worse, being haunted by your past?  Or being tormented by your future?


Read the Wrath of God Preview 

Cy Dethan (Writer), Steve Penfold (Art) Gat Melvin (Colours), Nic Wilkinson (Lettering) 

The Reverend: a holy weapon forged in tragedy and flame – a murderous martyr whose cold judgement strikes with the force of a vengeful God. Despair, for the Reverend walks among you. He is the right hand of vengeance. He is Wrath.

Read the Operation Solomon Preview 

Richmond Clements (Writer), Conor Boyle (Art), Paul Mclaren (Lettering) 

On a Tour of Duty in the Persian Gulf, Lieutenant Steph Connisbee is signed on as the pilot on a top secret mission- Operation: Solomon. During this assignment she will uncover secrets and danger and step into the world of Unseen Shadows before she even knows it…

Read the  Band of Butchers Preview 

Dan Thompon (Writer), Paul Mclaren (Lettering), Rob Carey (Art), Vicky Stonebridge (colours)

Clancy Wallencheck is a very bad man – the commander of an elite team that have nothing to live for and a whole lot of people to kill.

From the mountains of Pakistan to the waters of Venice, there have been a thousand corpses in Clancy’s life.

This is the story of the one that mattered.


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