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PRO SE PRODUCTIONS AND REESE UNLIMITED DEBUT THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME THREE: EIDOLON!

A man unconscious on a city’s shore line.  The only clue to his identity was a small medallion with a name stamped on it. Taking it for his own, this stranger to himself became one of Sovereign City’s greatest heroes!

Pro Se Productions, an independent press on the cutting edge of genre fiction, heroic storytelling, and New Pulp, proudly announces the latest volume in one of the most popular New Pulp series today- THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME THREE: EIDOLON! From the mind of Award Winning Author Barry Reese!

“Heroes,”  Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of and Partner in Pro Se Productions, explains, “are not only a major part of what Pro Se does and does well, but they’re vital to New Pulp!  Pulp as a style covers many genres, but the two fisted, fast paced tales of the Hero are what people remember and want to read!  We’re fortunate enough that Barry Reese hangs his mask at Pro Se and continues to add to his own Pantheon through Reese Unlimited.”

From Pro Se Productions and Reese Unlimited -Pro Se’s inaugural Author Imprint- comes the latest chapter in the Sovereign City Project featuring one of the most popular New Pulp heroes of recent years! Thrill to tales in this latest volume as Lazarus Gray and his aides battle against their opposite number as some of their most dangerous enemies band together to form MURDER UNLIMITED! They’ve sworn to destroy Lazarus and his team, but is there another agenda that secretly guides this sinister alliance? 

Also, Gray squares off with a new foe- Eidolon! Who or what is this latest adversary! Follow Gray as he works out a puzzle that began in the steamy jungles of Peru and may end with the fall of a hero! 


“Barry Reese,” Hancock states, “not only delivers a tried and true Pulp Hero tale in the tradition of the Classic tales, he brings a definite excitement to his work.  Twists and turns combined with characterization and controlled chaos make Barry’s dialogue pop and action roll like thunder.”

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray continue explosively with a third volume full of action, excitement, and danger as Assistance Unlimited plunges into the heart of evil…but will they all survive the journey?

Also presenting SECRETS OF THE DEAD, the first in a series of illustrated features by Barry Reese and Award Winning Artist George Sellas!

THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME THREE: EIDOLON featuring cover and interior illustrations by George Sellas, print formatting and design by Sean Alim and Ebook design by Russ Anderson! The latest and greatest in New Pulp from Reese Unlimited and Pro Se Productions!


The third stunning volume in the LAZARUS GRAY series is available now via Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/149046946X/associatizer-20/ and at Pro Se’s own store at https://www.createspace.com/4328321in print for $15.00!

THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME THREE is also available in Digital Format for $2.99! Available on Kindle at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00DCCJX0G/associatizer-20/, the Nook version at  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-adventures-of-lazarus-gray-volume-3-barry-reese/1115567991?ean=2940016650807, and in most formats at Smashwords at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/325517 for $2.99!

“Barry Reese’s new pulp heroes have all the zest of the classic heroes of the 30s with a discreet touch of today’s sensibilities for an added kick. Always a fun, page-turning read.” – Will Meugniot, artist of DNAgents & Supervising Producer of X-Men: The Animated Series

For Review Copies, Interviews, or further information, contact Morgan Minor, Pro Se Director of Corporate Operations, at MorganMinorProSe@yahoo.com.

REVIEWERS NOTICE-ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME THREE:EIDOLON DIGITAL COPIES FOR REVIEW AVAILABLE!

AVAILABLE FOR REVIEW IMMEDIATELY!

From Pro Se Productions and its first author imprint, Reese Unlimited, comes THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME THREE: EIDOLON by Barry Reese!  One of Sovereign City’s greatest heroes returns as Gray and his team, Assistance Unlimited, finally meet their match literally- Murder Unlimited! Also, this volume introduces Eidolon- Is this mysterious figure finally the foe Lazarus Gray cannot vanquish! Featuring stunning cover and interior art by George Sellas, this volume also features a two page comic spotlighting the origin of Lazarus Gray, written by Award Winning Author Reese and illustrated by Award Winning Artist Sellas!  THE ADVENTURES OF LAZARUS GRAY VOLUME THREE: EIDOLON! The book that changes everything!

If you are an established reviewer and wish a copy of this book to review, contact Morgan Minor, Pro Se Director of Corporate Operations at MorganMinorProSe@yahoo.com and she will send you a pdf copy for review.  An established reviewer either writes reviews for another site or has established a site of his/her own for review purposes.  This book will be available for two weeks for review before it is published on or about June 19th, 2013!

Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions and Pulp Ark Coordinator, announces that voting has closed for the open nomination 2013 Pulp Ark Awards.   The Winners of the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards are-

Best Novel-

Die Glocke by Barry Reese in The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2: Die Glocke published by Pro Se Productions
Best Novella-

The Lone Ranger: Vendetta by Howard Hopkins published by Moonstone Books
Best Collection/Anthology-

The Green Hornet: Still at Large by Various published by Moonstone Books
Best Short Story-

Lucky by Tommy Hancock features in Night Beat: Night Stories published by Radio Archives
Best Cover-

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions
Best Interior Art-

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions
Best Pulp Revival-

The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage by Will Murray published by Altus Press
Best New Pulp Character-

Rick Ruby created by Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor as features in The Ruby Files Volume 1 Published by Airship 27 Productions
Best Pulp Comic-

The Shadow published by Dynamite Comics
Best Pulp Magazine-

Pro Se Presents published by Pro Se Productions
Best Author-

Bobby Nash
Best New Author-

Jim Beard
“The voting this year,” Hancock noted, “was exciting since it involved so many different creators, works and publishers.  Six different publishers are represented in the final tally, with both the Best Author and Best New Author winners being writers for various publishers in 2012.”


The Pulp Ark Lifetime Achievement Award, according to Hancock, is still being determined by the select committee chosen to give the honor to an individual who has done considerable work in furthering Pulp in his/her lifetime.
The awards, 8X10 engraved wooden plaques, will be awarded at  Pulp Ark 2013 in Springdale Arkansas , the evening of Saturday, April 27, 2013. Hancock stated that all winners as well as nominees are encouraged to attend, but any winners who could not would receive their awards by mail. Pulp Ark thanks all who nominated, all who voted, and congratulations to all the nominees and especially to the winners of the Pulp Ark 2013 Awards!

For any questions concerning Pulp Ark, contact Hancock at proseproductions@earthlink.net or follow Pulp Ark news at www.pulpark.blogspot.com

Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions and Pulp Ark Coordinator, announces that voting has closed for the open nomination 2013 Pulp Ark Awards.   The Winners of the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards are-

Best Novel-

Die Glocke by Barry Reese in The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2: Die Glocke published by Pro Se Productions
Best Novella-

The Lone Ranger: Vendetta by Howard Hopkins published by Moonstone Books
Best Collection/Anthology-

The Green Hornet: Still at Large by Various published by Moonstone Books
Best Short Story-

Lucky by Tommy Hancock features in Night Beat: Night Stories published by Radio Archives
Best Cover-

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions
Best Interior Art-

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions
Best Pulp Revival-

The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage by Will Murray published by Altus Press
Best New Pulp Character-

Rick Ruby created by Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor as features in The Ruby Files Volume 1 Published by Airship 27 Productions
Best Pulp Comic-

The Shadow published by Dynamite Comics
Best Pulp Magazine-

Pro Se Presents published by Pro Se Productions
Best Author-

Bobby Nash
Best New Author-

Jim Beard
“The voting this year,” Hancock noted, “was exciting since it involved so many different creators, works and publishers.  Six different publishers are represented in the final tally, with both the Best Author and Best New Author winners being writers for various publishers in 2012.”


The Pulp Ark Lifetime Achievement Award, according to Hancock, is still being determined by the select committee chosen to give the honor to an individual who has done considerable work in furthering Pulp in his/her lifetime.
The awards, 8X10 engraved wooden plaques, will be awarded at  Pulp Ark 2013 in Springdale Arkansas , the evening of Saturday, April 27, 2013. Hancock stated that all winners as well as nominees are encouraged to attend, but any winners who could not would receive their awards by mail. Pulp Ark thanks all who nominated, all who voted, and congratulations to all the nominees and especially to the winners of the Pulp Ark 2013 Awards!

For any questions concerning Pulp Ark, contact Hancock at proseproductions@earthlink.net or follow Pulp Ark news at www.pulpark.blogspot.com

PULP ARK 2013 WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Tommy Hancock, Editor in Chief of Pro Se Productions and Pulp Ark Coordinator, announces that voting has closed for the open nomination 2013 Pulp Ark Awards.   The Winners of the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards are-

Best Novel-

Die Glocke by Barry Reese in The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2: Die Glocke published by Pro Se Productions
Best Novella-

The Lone Ranger: Vendetta by Howard Hopkins published by Moonstone Books
Best Collection/Anthology-

The Green Hornet: Still at Large by Various, edited by Joe Gentile, Win Scott Eckert, and Matthew Baugh, published by Moonstone Books
Best Short Story-

Lucky by Tommy Hancock features in Night Beat: Night Stories published by Radio Archives
Best Cover-

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions
Best Interior Art-

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2 by George Sellas published by Pro Se Productions
Best Pulp Revival-

The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage by Will Murray published by Altus Press
Best New Pulp Character-

Rick Ruby created by Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor as features in The Ruby Files Volume 1 Published by Airship 27 Productions
Best Pulp Comic-

The Shadow published by Dynamite Comics
Best Pulp Magazine-

Pro Se Presents published by Pro Se Productions
Best Author-

Bobby Nash
Best New Author-

Jim Beard
“The voting this year,” Hancock noted, “was exciting since it involved so many different creators, works and publishers.  Six different publishers are represented in the final tally, with both the Best Author and Best New Author winners being writers for various publishers in 2012.”


The Pulp Ark Lifetime Achievement Award, according to Hancock, is still being determined by the select committee chosen to give the honor to an individual who has done considerable work in furthering Pulp in his/her lifetime.
The awards, 8X10 engraved wooden plaques, will be awarded at  Pulp Ark 2013 in Springdale Arkansas , the evening of Saturday, April 27, 2013. Hancock stated that all winners as well as nominees are encouraged to attend, but any winners who could not would receive their awards by mail. Pulp Ark thanks all who nominated, all who voted, and congratulations to all thenominees and especially to the winners of the Pulp Ark 2013 Awards!

For any questions concerning Pulp Ark, contact Hancock at proseproductions@earthlink.net or follow Pulp Ark news at www.pulpark.blogspot.com

PULP ARK 2013 VOTING HAS BEGUN!

Pulp Ark 2013, being held in Springdale, Arkansas April 26-28, 2013, announces today the ballot for the Pulp Ark 2013 Awards.
The ballot for this year’s awards was composed based on nominations called for beginning December 15, 2012 and ending January 15, 2013.   Only those who nominated in at least one category in that time period are allowed to vote. The original intent was to have voting begin January 15 and end February 15, 2013.  Due to an unforeseen number of ballots and a tremendous variety of nominations, the ballot was not completed until February 5th, 2013.  Therefore, all eligible voters have until March 1, 2013 to complete a ballot and email that to proseproductions@earthlink.net.  
Winners will be announced on or after March 1, 2013 once all votes are compiled and winners are determined.  Awards will be given on April 27, 2013, at Pulp Ark 2013.  
If you made a nomination and did not receive a ballot, please email proseproductions@earthlink.net a copy of your original nominations.

The most comprehensive Pulp award today, the Pulp Ark 2013 Ballot features over 40 publishers represented by nominated creators and works.

For more information on Pulp Ark 2013, go to www.pulpark.blogspot.com.  
The nominees for Pulp Ark 2013 are as follows-
BEST NOVEL-

The National Maul- A Misty Johnson Mystery by RP Steeves, Seven Realms

The Sting of the Silver Manticore by PJ Lozito, Pro Se Productions

Riddle of the Glowing Men: A Captain Action Novel by Jim Beard, Airship 27

Productions

Dillon and the Pirates of Xonira by Derrick Ferguson, Pulpwork Press

Blood of the Centipede by Chuck Miller, Pro Se Productions

Die Glocke by Barry Reese, Pro Se Productions

Drowning in Red Ink by James Mullaney, James Mullaney

Devil May Care by James Mullaney, James Mullaney

Project Alpha by Lee Houston Jr., Pro Se Productions

Death’s Dark Domain by Will Murray (Kenneth Robeson), Altus Press

The Destiny of Fu Manchu by William Patrick Maynard, Black Coat Press

Once Upon a Time in Afrika by Balogun Ojetade, MVmedia

Murder Most Faire by Teel James Glenn, Post Mortem Press

Hawk: Hand of the Machine by Van Allen Plexico, White Rocket Books

Legends of Darkness by Georgia L. Jones, Blackwyrm Publishing

Prohibition by Terrence McCauley, Airship 27 Productions

Know No Fear by Dan Abnett, Games Workshop

The Song of Kwasin by Philip Jose Farmer and Christopher Paul Carey, Subterranean Press.

Prague Fatale by Philip Kerr, Putnam

Earthstrike Agenda by Bobby Nash, BEN Books

Green To Go by John Cunnigham, Green St.

Dinosaur Jazz by Michael Panush, Curiosity Quills Press

BEST NOVELLA

The Lone Ranger: Vendetta by Howard Hopkins, Moonstone

Moses: the Chronicles of Harriet Tubman (Bookx 1 and 2) by Balogun Ojetade, Balogun Ojetade

The Looking Glass Gambit from The Further Adventures of Maxi and Moxie by Teel James Glenn, Booksforabuck.com

Unearthed  by William Preston, Isaac Asimiov’s Science Fiction Magazine, 9/12

Play the Way Home by Jessica McHugh (as EJ McCain), P. Mortem’s Tall Tales

Exiles of Kho by Christopher Paul Carey, Meteor House Press

Savage Song by Warren Murphy, Destroyer Books

Outlaw Blues by Percival Constantine, Pulpwork Press

Dragon Kings of the Orient by Percival Constantine, Pulpwork Press

The Sons of Thor by Erwin K. Roberts, Pro Se Productions

The Knockout by Robert J. Randisi, Fight Card Productions

Samaritan by Bobby Nash, BEN Books

Sinbad and the Voyage to the Land of the Frozen Sun by Derrick Ferguson , The Adventures of Sinbad, Airship 27 Productions

BEST COLLECTION/ANTHOLOGY

Blood-Price of the Missionary’s Gold: The New Adventures of Armless O’Neil by Various, Pro Se Productions

Nightbeat: Night Stories by Various, Radio Archives

Mystery Men (and Women) III by Various, Airship 27 Productions

The Huntress of Greenwood by Nancy Hansen, Pro Se Productions

Tales of the Rook by Various, Pro Se Productions

Sgt. Janus Spirit Breaker by Jim Beard, Airship 27 Productions

The New Adventures of the Eagle Volume 1 by Various, Pro Se Productions

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Vol 2: Die Glocke, by Barry Reese Pro Se Productions

Sinbad: The New Voyages By Various, Airship 27 Productions

The Green Hornet: Still at Large by Various, Moonstone Books

The Ruby Files By Various, Airship 27 Productions

Headline Ghouls: The Further Adventures of Maxi and Moxie by Teel James Glenn, Booksforabuck.com

Monster Aces by Various, Pro Se Productions

The Adventures of the Pulptress by Various, Pro Se Productions

BEST SHORT STORY

Armless O’Neil and the Chase for the Kuba Mask by RP Steeves from Blood: The Price of the Missionary’s Gold: The New Adventures of Armless O’Neil, Pro Se Productions

The Chicago Punch by Paul Bishop from Nightbeat: Night Stories, Radio Archives

Doc Panic by Dave White from Pro Se Presents 16, Pro Se Productions

The Killing Games by Barry Reese from The Tales of the Rook Volume 1, Pro Se Productions

Lucky by Tommy Hancock from Nightbeat: Night Stories, Radio Archives

Doctor Fear by Jarrod Courtenmanche, Secret Agent “X,” Volume 4. Airship 27 Productions

The Coming Storm by Teel James Glenn from New Adventures of the Eagle, Pro Se Productions

Lady Madeline’s Dive by Terrence McCauley from Thuglit #1, Thuglit

The Feast of Stephen by R P Steeves from An Undead Christmas, Undead Press

The Abominable Myra Linsky Rises Again by Chuck Miller from Pro Se Presents #13, Pro Se Productions

Making of a Hero by Barry Reese From The Adventures of Lazarus Gray: Die Glocke, Pro Se Productions

The Keener Eye: The Web of Life by Nancy A. Hansen from Pro Se Presents 12, Pro Se Productions

Death of a Dream by Christofer Nigro from Tales of the Shadowmen, Volume 9, Black Coat Press

Tulsa Blackie’s Last Dive by William Patrick Maynard from The Ruby Files, Airship 27 Productions


The Portrait by Terry Alexander from The Adventures of the Pulptress, Pro Se Productions


The Hellmouth by Barry Reese from The New Adventures of Thunder Jim Wade, Pro Se Productions


Extraction by Jessica McHugh from Fear the Abyss, Post Mortem Press


The Wild Huntsman by Win Scott Eckert from The Worlds of Philip Jose Farmer 3: Portraits of a Trickster, Meteor House Books
Hand of the Monster by Jim Beard from Monster Aces, Pro Se Productions

Red Lily and the Oriental Flower by D. Alan Lewis from Nashville Noir, Parthenon Press

The Curse of Baron Samedi by Percival Constantine from Tales of the Rook, Pro Se Productions

The Ghoul by Ron Fortier from Monster Aces, Pro Se Productions

Paranoia by Kevin Rodgers from Pro Se Presents March 2012, Pro Se Productions

Die Giftig Lillie, Sean Taylor from The Ruby Files, Airship 27 Productions

The Butcher’s Festival by Ron Fortier from The Adventures of the Pulptress, Pro Se Productions

Crown of the Cobra King by Frank Shildiner from Secret Agent X Vol. 4, Airship 27 Productions


BEST COVER ART

Witches, by Larry Elmore, Blackwyrm Publishing

Gil Murillo, The National Maul-A Misty Johnson Mystery, Seven Realms

Tales of the Rook, Volume 1 by Bob Hall, Tales of the Rook Vol. 1, Pro Se Productions

Mystery Men (And Women) III, by Marco Turini, Airship 27 Productions

Monster Aces byTerry Pavlet, Pro Se Productions

Sentinels: Metalgod by Chris Kohler, White Rocket Books

Lazarus Gray: Die Glocke by George Sellas, Pro Se Productions

The New Adventures of the Eagle Volume 1 by David L. Russell, Pro Se Productions

The Ruby Files by Mark Wheatley, Airship 27 Productions

Pro Se Presents #13 by Sean Ali, Pro Se Productions

Drowning in Red Ink by Micah Birchfield, James Mullaney

The Wild Adventures of Doc Savage: The Infernal Buddha by Joe DeVito, Altus Press

The Destiny of Fu Manchu by Christine Clavel, Black Coat Press

Once Upon a Time in Afrika by Stan Weaver, Jr., MVmedia

Doc Claus by Teel James Glenn, Pulp Empire

Blackthorn: Dynasty of Mars by Adam Diller, White Rocket Books

Pro Se Presents 14 by Sean Ali, Pro Se Productions

Sting of the Silver Manticore, David L. Russell, Pro Se Productions

Prohibition by Rob Moran and Shannon Hall, Airship 27 Productions

The Green Hornet Still at Large by Doug Klauba, Moonstone

Three Against the Stars by Laura Givens, Airship 27 Productions

Nightbeat: Night Stories by Doug Klauba, Radio Archives

The Family Grace by George Sellas, Pro Se Productions

Dragon Kings of the Orient by Percival Constantine, Pulpwork Press

Exiles of Kho: A Tale of Lost Khokarsa by Mike Hoffman, Meteor House

The Horn by Mike FylesUchronic Tales

Huntress of Greenwood by David Russell, Pro Se Productions

Project Alpha by Marc Guerrero, Pro Se Productions

Captain Action: The Riddle of the Glowing Men by Nick Runge, Airship 27 Productions

BEST INTERIOR ART

The Ruby Files Volume 1 by Rob Moran, Airship 27 Productions

Mystery Men (And Women) III by Rob Davis, Airship 27 Productions

The Adventures of Lazarus Gray Volume 2: Die Glocke by George Sellas, Pro Se Productions

Robin Hood: Arrow of Justice by Rob Davis, Airship 27 Productions

The Moon Man Volume 1 by Ralf van der Hoeven, Airship 27 Productions

Sentinels: Metalgod by Chris Kohler, White Rocket Books

Sgt. Janus, Spirit Breaker, Airship 27 Productions

Tales of the Rook Volume 1 by George Sellas, Pro Se Productions

Exiles of Kho: A Tale of Lost Khokarsa by Mike Hoffman, Meteor House

The Ruby Files by Rob Moran, Airship 27 Productions

The Baron’s Revenge by Rob Davis, Airship 27 Productions

BEST PULP REVIVAL

Armless O’Neil by Various, Pro Se Productions

Doc Savage by Will Murray, Altus Press

Thunder Jim Wade by Various, Pro Se Productions

Richard Knight by Various, Pro Se Productions

The Moon Man by Various, Airship 27 Productions

Secret Agent X by Various, Airship 27 Productions

Ki-Gor in Jungle Tales by Various, Airship 27 Productions

Doctor Death by Tommy Hancock, Pro Se Productions

BEST NEW CHARACTER

Camille Boucher in The National Maul by R. P. Steeves, Seven Realms

The Silver Manticore in The Sting of the Silver Manticore by PJ Lozito, Pro Se Productions

Rick Ruby in The Ruby Files, Vol 1 by Sean Taylor and Bobby Nash, Airship 27 Productions

Kiri in Mystery Men (And Women) III by Curtis Ferlund, Airship 27 Productions

Doc Panic in Pro Se Presents 15 by Dave White, Pro Se Productions

Hawk in Hawk: Hand of the Machine by Van Allen Plexico, White Rocket Books

Sgt. Janus, Spirit Breaker  in Sgt. Janus, Spirit Breaker by Jim Beard, Airship 27 Productions

Dr. Dana Unknown Jr in Pro Se Presents 13 by Chuck Miller, Pro Se Productions

Jimmy Dolan in Tales of the Hanging Monkey by Billy Craig, Airship 27 Productions

Bob Howard, The Crusader from Cross Plains in Adventures in Otherwhen: Tales of Pulpfantastique by Teel James Glenn, Booksforabuck.com

Samoda in the Remnants of Life Series by Georgia L. Jones, Blackwyrm

The Pulptress by Tommy Hancock in The Adventures of the Pulptress, Pro Se Productions

Terry Quinn in Prohibition by Terrence McCauley, Airship 27 Productions

Carl Flint in Outlaw Blues by Percival Constantine, Pulpwork Press

Sun Wukong in Dragon Kings of the Orient by Percival Constantine, Pulpwork Press

E-31 in Modern Pulp Heroes by Terry Alexander, Pulp Empire

BEST AUTHOR

Van Allen Plexico

William Preston

RP Steeves

PJ Lozito

Barry Reese

Chuck Miller

Dan Abnett

James Mullaney

Howard Hopkins

Will Murray

William Patrick Maynard

Teel James Glenn

Ron Fortier

Bobby Nash

Derrick Ferguson

Warren Murphy

Jessica McHugh

Win Scott Eckert

Percival Constantine

Nancy Holder

Andrew Salmon

Christopher Paul Carey

Gary Lovisi

Michael Panush

Joshua Reynolds

BEST PULP COMIC

Masks, Dynamite Comics

The Black Beetle, Dark Horse Comics Presents

Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom, IDW

Price for the Asking, Twilight Star Productions

The Shadow, Dynamite Comics

The Once and Future Tarzan, Dark Horse Comics

Atomic Robo: The Ghost of Station X, Red 5 Comics

Fatale, Image Comics

Robyn of Sherwood, Redbud Studio Comics

BEST PULP MAGAZINE

Pro Se Presents

Weird Tales

BEST NEW WRITER

Curtis Fernlund

David White

Jim Beard

Balogun Ojetade

Greg Daniel

Georgia L. Jones

D. Alan Lewis

Ashley Mangin

Andrea Judy


DIGGIN’ GRAVES!

Art: George Sellas

New pulp Author Barry Reese unveiled the cover to his upcoming book, Gravedigger by artist supreme, George Sellas. Here’s a peek.

Keep watching All Pulp for more Gravedigger announcements.

DIG YOUR GRAVE!

Cover Art: George Sellas

Pro Se Productions has released the cover art by George Sellas for their upcoming release, Gravedigger. Written by New Pulp Author, Barry Reese, look for Gravedigger from Pro Se in 2013!

Plus, take a peek at this illustration of Gravedigger villain, Thanatos by artist Will Meugniot.

Art: Will Meugniot

Learn more about Gravedigger and Thanatos here.

Pro Se Productions, a cutting edge Publisher of Heroic Fiction and New Pulp, is proud to announce the perfect jumping-on point for fans of adventure – The Rook Volume One Special Edition!

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Created by author Barry Reese, The Rook has become one of the most famous New Pulp heroes. Originally published by Wild Cat Books, The Rook joined Pro Se prior to the release of Volume Six. Now Pro Se begins the process of bringing books 1-5 back into print.

“I’m thrilled,” said Reese, “to have The Rook Volume One back in print. This is the book that kicks off the entire series and is really the beginning of my greater interconnected pulp universe. The work that was done on the book has left it significantly improved – the editing is much tighter now, Sean Ali knocked it out of the park on the design aspect and George Sellas brought out the big guns with his artwork. Max Davies has been living with me for nearly a decade now.. and he’s never looked better!”

“It’s our honor,” stated Tommy Hancock, Partner in and Editor in Chief of Pro Se, “to not only have Barry as a major part of our lineup, but also to have the opportunity to really put our brand on the whole Rook franchise from the start.  This volume is the first of making sure that The Rook’s entire written history has a classic, uniform look.  One that will be a great literary and visual addition to any bookshelf.”

With a beautiful new cover and four interior pieces by George Sellas, The Rook Volume One Special Edition has been completely re-edited and gorgeously packaged by Pro Se designer Sean Ali.

THE ROOK VOLUME ONE SPECIAL EDITION is available at Pro Se’s Createspace store by clicking HERE.

Get your copy from Amazon by clicking HERE.

EBOOK NOW AVAILABLE- THE ROOK VOLUME 1 SPECIAL EDITION!

Pro Se Productions, a cutting edge Publisher of Heroic Fiction and New Pulp, is proud to announce the perfect jumping-on point for fans of adventure – The Rook Volume One Special Edition! NOW AVAILABLE AS AN EBOOK!

Created by author Barry Reese, The Rook has become one of the most famous New Pulp heroes. Originally published by Wild Cat Books, The Rook joined Pro Se prior to the release of Volume Six. Now Pro Se begins the process of bringing books 1-5 back into print.



With a beautiful new cover and four interior pieces by George Sellas, The Rook Volume One Special Edition has been completely re-edited and gorgeously packaged by Pro Se designer Sean Ali.

THE ROOK VOLUME ONE SPECIAL EDITION is available from Amazon for the Kindle at 
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B009Z7135U/associatizer-20/ for $4.99!

Get your copy in multiple formats from Smashwords at 

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/250205 for $4.99!