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The defense of Rorke’s Drift. After the annihilation of the main British force at Isandhlwana, the Zulus march on to a lone British outpost at Rorke’s Drift. A small band of men hear about the destruction of the main British army but because of the outpost's hospital, they can’t abandon the fort. When they find out 1000’s of Zulus are coming, roughly 100 men decide to make a stand. In the end it will become the most decorated battle in British history.
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The first battle between the Zulus and the British find that the British are woefully unprepared. In the battle of Isandhlwana, the Zulus destroy the main army and massacre and mutilate the fallen British. Considered one of the worst defeats in English history, the battle was labeled by some as the beginning of the end of the British Empire as a global superpower.
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The saga that led to the decline of the British Empire, especially in colonial Africa. Based on true events. A call to war! The British, in command of South Africa, decide the best course of action is to goad the non-compliant Zulu’s into a battle. The Zulus, armed with only spears would have no chance against the heavily armed British force, representing the best of the world’s greatest empire. Arrogance has its price as the British will soon find out as the two prepare for battle. In addition to the full length comic story, throughout the series background information on the Zulu’s, the birth of South Africa, and the rise of Shaka-Zulu is featured in text articles.
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The saga that led to the decline of the British Empire, especially in colonial Africa. Through arrogance and ignorance, the British find themselves about to suffer an incredible defeat. When the Zulus attack the main column of the British at Isandhlwana, to the surprise of the world, the Zulus annihilate the British army and ravage the dead. The British, after the humiliating defeat now realize that they only have about 100 men to defend Rorke's Drift against 1000's of attacking Zulus. The defense of Rorke's Drift is considered one of England's greatest victories and came within hours of one of their greatest defeats. Zulunation is the story of how a band of warriors brought the world’s greatest empire to its knees. Based on true events. In addition to the full length comic story, background information on the Zulu’s, the birth of South Africa, and the rise of Shaka-Zulu is featured in text articles.
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A prequel story to the award-winning, critically acclaimed horror feature film Zombie Dawn. A zombie outbreak has trapped a family 'behind enemy lines' with little hope to get out of the quarantine zone. But somehow they must make their way to the safe zone before the border is sealed permanently. Or decide to stay within the zombie infested zone and leave their fate up to God.
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Lorraine Claude is fascinated with the morbid and weird. It is an interest she has turned into a profitable career as a publisher of lurid non-fiction. And the most recent novel from one of her most popular authors, Pytr Knoll has her captivated. The book deals with lurid events committed in lonely New England farmhouses since the days of the Puritans. Claude cannot get Knoll’s accounts out of her mind, and she decides to take a weekend drive into the New England country and explore one of these farmhouses for herself.
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Harley Warren is an expert on violent criminals and assists the FBI in their profiling and pursuit of criminals who tend to be on the bizarre side. Warren believes in exploring the darker side of man, especially those who seek to live in the shadows of normalcy. When Warren reads The Necronomicon, a book that can reveal the darkest and oldest mysteries of the stygian unknown, Warren wastes no time packing up his reluctant chronicler and assistant, Randolph Carter, to explore the site.
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The U.S.S. Augustus is a nuclear submarine. It’s crew is unaccustomed to picking up castaways, especially on uncharted islands in the middle of the Atlantic. But that is where the Augustus finds Emma Loveless, sole survivor of a private jet crash. Discovered also is a strange statue of a monstrous sea god killing a whale. The Pentagon contacts Marcus Steed who informs the military the stature is not of a sea god but an elder god once worshiped by the Philistines as Dagon.
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The Jermyns have lived in their gothic estate in Cambridgeshire for centuries. Explorers and adventurers, they are a wild and violent bunch with a cursed, black history of sudden murder and blood. Until the birth of Arthur Jermyn. As brutal as his ancestors, Arthur also seems to possess a calmer, more intellectual side. These two halves seem to war for possession of Arthur’s soul as he researches the Jermyns’ past, hoping to find a reason or origin for his family’s wicked ways.
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Max Finn stays at a rundown rooming house and does not know his fellow boarders, but one sad, mute street musician named Erich Zann, gets his attention. Each night, the old man plays haunting melodies on his violins. Melodies that plague Finn’s dreams and give him nightmares about an impossible cosmic land ruled by Nyarlathotep, the messenger of the elder gods.
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Do ghosts exist? Since childhood Jervas Dudley has visited a secluded and locked tomb on his family’s Rhode Island estate. Dudley believes he can commune with the ancestral ghosts who inhabit the tomb, many of whom mysteriously perished during a wicked party over 200 years ago when a fire consumed the Dudley’s first estate. Is Dudley mad?
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Inexplicable murders in the Catskills. A Hooverville of squatters plummets into a gigantic sinkhole during a ferocious thunderstorm, where their bodies are torn apart and devoured as if by some pack of wild animals. Arthur Munroe, a journalist at the scene, follows a trail of legends to an abandoned Dutch colonial mansion at the top of one of the nearby mountains. And soon discovers and experiences the lurking fear.
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Denys Barry is convinced that telepathy is possible and his clinical research at the Oakdale State Psychiatric Institute supports his hypothesis. But Barry’s research is jeopardized after he suffers a violent seizure during an experiment which he sputters “cosmic” nonsense. Soon after Barry discovers that a criminal patient named Joe Slaader was admitted into Oakdale at the same time as Barry’s outburst. Barry is convinced his mind has somehow tapped into Slaader’s delusion.
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For over 600 years the male descendants of the Chabrillane family have all inexplicably perished on their 32nd birthday. The legend of the curse began the night Henri Chabrillane, killed the alchemist Michel Mauvis. Michel’s son, Charles, Le Sorcier cursed the Chabrillanes. Henri was 32 years old that night, and no male descendant has lived to see age 33. Now, the last Count de Chabrillane is about to turn 32.
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The Battle of the Bulge…the Watch on the Rhine…the Ardennes Offensive…whatever name is used for this epic battle, it involved over a million men and was the largest land battle that the U.S. Army was involved in during World War II. Witness To War is fictional account of a woman news correspondent during this incredible saga of the last ditch effort by the German Army to turn the tide of WWII that strikes a true chord in dealing with the nature and the horror of warfare.
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The conclusion to the Winter War series brings an end to one of the opening salvos that began the Second World War. Here we find Finnish sniper Tero Toivanen as he tries to stay alive and deal with the horrors of war with his fellow countrymen against the Soviet invasion. They all come to realize how unimportant the people and sovereignty of the Finnish nation is on the world political stage when no one comes to their aid. Toivanen is loosely based on Simo Hayha, a real sniper who still holds the highest number of sniper kills in the record books. Part 4 of 4.
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Tero gets into a sniper competition with counterpart Soviet sharpshooters. His good friend, Niklas, starts to show signs of being shell shocked and Tero fears that it will lead to indecisiveness and ultimately, death to Niklas and those around him. The world continues to ignore the plight of the Finnish nation against the Soviets and offers no assistance. Part 3 of 4. "...will tug at your morals, and your conscience." - Downriver Geek
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Finnish sniper Tero Toivanen finds out from an intelligence officer that other countries care little for Finland's plight and they are on their own against the mighty invading army of the Soviet Union. Coping with this disappointment, Tero leads what is considred a suicide mission against a Soviet tank squad seeking to cut into Finland. Part 2 of 4. "...one of the better books I've read that really helps humanize war and soldiers." - Comixverse
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Set during the winter of 1939 and 1940, Corporal Tero Toivanen serves his homeland of Finland against the invading Soviet Red Army who seek a buffer zone in Northern Europe against the aggression of Nazi Germany. Tero is a sniper, and although he?s a veteran of his country?s military, like all able young men, he has never seen real war. And this changes quickly as he?s plunged directly into the fighting, where he sees plenty of death and destruction. As he moves through the bloody battles, he goes from skilled marksman to a cold-blooded killer. Part 1 of 4. "War is not glorious, it is not honorable; it is bloddy and violent and terrifying...a tremendous job portraying that." - Cosmic Book News
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Winter War is about the 100 day war of Finland against the invading Soviet Union army at the dawn of World War II. Sniper Tero Toivanent answers the call from his homeland, Finland, when it’s attacked by the USSR, which seeks a buffer zone against Nazi Germany. Although the Soviets anticipated a quick victory against the small Finnish army made up of largely citizen soldiers, the Finns used the advantage of their winter to hold off the Soviets for an amazing four months. In this fictionalized account, but based on real situations, Tero and his allies, Niklas and Manu, are deployed to southern Finland to stop the Russian division attacking over the frozen Lake Hirvasjärvi. Seeing plenty of death and destruction and the hopelessness a Finnish winter can bring, the three get a taste of the horrors of war. Will it be enough to freeze even their hearts, accustomed to the deepest cold?
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