Pre-release sale for Doc Talos “Fortress”

2022 has seen the release of two Doc Talos re-imaginings of classic pulps, Wolves (based on Brand of the Werewolf), and Fear (based on Fear Cay). Now available at a pre-release price is a pastiche novel based on one of the most iconic pulp tales of all time: Fortress. In the year 1938, a smallContinue reading “Pre-release sale for Doc Talos “Fortress””

Pre-release sale for Doc Talos “Fear”

Following Wolves, a Doc Talos adult-pulp re-imagining of the classic Doc Savage novel Brand of the Werewolf, comes the next in the series of daring pastiche novels, Fear. Based on the 1934 pulp classic Fear Cay, the new book will be releasing on November 21st! Pre-orders for Fear are now being accepted at a significantContinue reading “Pre-release sale for Doc Talos “Fear””

The months ahead: New and upcoming in the Doc Talos library of tales

Heading into the final months of 2022 and looking forward into 2023, there is a dazzling array of books, stories and art that is both here and coming. The busy year of 2022 has seen the release of four books: Rickie, the anthology of tales featuring the Talos pastiche of Pat Savage…Wolves, a re-imagining ofContinue reading “The months ahead: New and upcoming in the Doc Talos library of tales”

New release of the Doc Talos Mythos novella “We Are Connected by Invisible Links”

Doc Talos Mythos books expand on the events and characters from the six core novels of the Talos Chronicle, from new, exciting creative talents. Authorized additions to the Talos canon (and sometimes co-written or illustrated by series creators Sardanas and Bellerophon), they add a unique depth and new perspectives to the Doc Talos story. WeContinue reading “New release of the Doc Talos Mythos novella “We Are Connected by Invisible Links””

Doc Talos goes primal! Iason Ragnar Bellerophon Wolves Art Preview

The new Doc Talos novel Wolves, based on the classic Doc Savage adventure Brand of the Werewolf, is due for release in March as a Clear Text paperback with full color painted illustrations by Iason Ragnar Bellerophon. For those new to the Doc Talos experience, the books are also published in what we call SpecialContinue reading “Doc Talos goes primal! Iason Ragnar Bellerophon Wolves Art Preview”

Sneak preview of Talos stories coming in 2022 and beyond

Though the six core books of the Talos Chronicle and one volume of short stories, art and ephemera are complete (check them out in our Bookstore), that is hardly the end of Doc Talos tales! Here’s a sneak peek at some of the stories in the pipeline for 2022 and beyond. Patricia “Rickie” Talos isContinue reading “Sneak preview of Talos stories coming in 2022 and beyond”

Cover reveal for Doc Talos: Wolves

The newest book in the Doc Talos canon is now in galleys, and right on schedule for release early in 2022. Here’s a peek at the cover of Wolves, based on the 1934 novel Brand of the Werewolf. Artwork (and dozens of painted interior illustrations) by the brilliant Iason Ragnar Bellerophon. Wolves, a story setContinue reading “Cover reveal for Doc Talos: Wolves”

Paperback release for Talos “Esoterica”

For those who have experienced any or all of the 6-volume Talos Chronicle (and lived to tell the tale), a companion volume of short stories, vignettes, art and photos is being released on August 1 for those with continuing interest in Doc. Esoterica is an eclectic array of stories, photos and full-color artwork that enhanceContinue reading “Paperback release for Talos “Esoterica””

Cover reveal for new clear text paperbacks of the Talos Chronicle

Previously available only in electronic formats and in premium hardcover heirloom editions, the clear-text versions of the six-volume Talos Chronicle will be available in paperback on August 1st. The Doc Talos books are a unique joining of art and prose, with each side of that creative equation inspiring the other. The books contain hundreds ofContinue reading “Cover reveal for new clear text paperbacks of the Talos Chronicle”

Returning to the roots of the graphic novel: Doc Talos and the illuminated Books of William Blake

In our May 8 Forbidden Pulp blog, we explored the process of creating a new kind of novel/graphic novel hybrid. Instead of the sequential panel art format of most graphic novels, the Talos Saga was created using a fusion of traditional narrative book-style text formatting, and fully painted art. While strikingly different from the visualContinue reading “Returning to the roots of the graphic novel: Doc Talos and the illuminated Books of William Blake”