Tales of the Fallen Reviewed on Ain’t It Cool News

this book is filled with a whole new universe full of objects of mystery, high flying adventure, monsters, espionage, Indiana Jones-caliber action, and a whole lot of fun characters.

Well somehow I managed to miss this review of Tales of the Fallen on one of the largest review sites around Aint It Cool News. Have a read of that they had to say here.

Order Tales of the Fallen at a Special Reservation Price For London Super Comic Con

Tales of the Fallen

‘If, like me, you like rip-roaring testosterone fuelled pulp fiction with soldiers, and mysteries, and all round weird stuff in, then this is the book for you.’ – Jonathan Ross

So to celebrate our appearance at the London Super Comic Convention next month Tales of the Fallen is being offered at the special reservation price of £8.50. At the convention itself copies will be priced at £10.00 so if you want your copy at the reserve price order now and pick it up from the Unseen Shadows table during the convention.

All orders at the special reservation price will also come with a free digital copy of the first issue of the Fallen Heroes comic adaptation.

  • Special Reservation  price £8.50 (convention price £10.00).
  • A Free digital copy of Tales of the Fallen.
  • A signed copy for London Super Comic Con orders.

Ok time for those all important  ordering details just follow the link before and you’re good to go


You can check out previews of all the stories within Tales of the Fallen here.

“This is a powerful volume, packed full of shocks, surprises and intelligence. From my perspective, there’s nothing else like it in comics shops around the world! ”– Sci-Fi Pulse

“ Utilizing an entire team of writers and artists, ‘Tales of the Fallen’ is visually diverse and an interesting journey to experience. Each story feels as if it plays to the individual teams’ creative strengths and there is a level of excitement in seeing such a showcase. “ – 3 million years

Tales of the Fallen is a high octane, high adventure, pulp-tastic anthology ” – The Sidekickcast

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.

  • Scripts: Cy Dethan, Richmond Clements, Dan Thompson, Pete Rogers
  • Pencils: Steve Penfold, Rob Carey, Conor Boyle, Roy Huteson Stewart
  • Colours: Gat Melvin, Vicky Stonebridge
  • Letters: Paul Mclaren, Nic Wilkinson
  • Covers: Steve Penfold, Gat Melvin,Rob Carey, Conor Boyle, Roy Huteson Stewart, Valia Kapadai
  • Introduction: Jonathan Ross
  • 128 pages

New Pulp Reviews Tales of the Fallen

Check out another review of Tales of the Fallen this time from David Zuzelo over at NewPulp

I haven’t read Unseen Shadows by Barry Nugent, but if there is one thing I really admire are authors that aren’t afraid to use multiple media to get their pulpy products to a wider audience. A quick perusal of the website showed me guns and magic and was intriguing enough to carry me into this large tome of sequential pulp prose n’ pictures!

You can read the rest of the review here

IndyCast ‘Fallen Heroes’ Interview

Now I am one of the biggest Indiana Jones fans you’ll ever likely to meet. Now to my friends and family that statement is a cross they all have to bear along with listen to me drone on about my affection for the man in the hat…sorry Fedora and his archeological adventures. However one place I need make no apology is on the Indycast, a podcast dedicated to all things Indy of which I was a guest to talk about Fallen Heroes, Tales of the Fallen and of course all things Indy.

You can listen to the results of the interview here.

A New Year and Some New Reviews for Tales of the Fallen

First up happy new year to you all and I hope christmas went well for everyone and not too much food and booze were consumed (yeah right!).

Due to various nasty things happening employment wise I haven’t been able to keep this website as up to date as I would like but hopefully with things a little more settled I should be able to get back on the case now.

To that end here are some reviews for Tales of the Fallen which have been put out buy the guys at 3 Million Years and The Sidekickcast. Big thanks to both sites for taking the time to give Tales of the Fallen some honest, detailed and positive feedback.

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