Dave Morris and Jamie Thomson have created an exotic gaming world with hundreds of quests, locations and choices. This is your gateway to the Fabled Lands.
As well as our old gamebooks and role-playing games such as Dragon Warriors, we talk about our current projects: the epic fantasy comic book Mirabilis, the Roald Dahl Prize winning Dark Lord: The Early Years, an interactive literary take on Frankenstein, and new novels, apps and games that you'll hear about here first.
The first five books now back in print. Click on the image to buy on Amazon.
"Eyes" - a weird tale with a contemporary twist by BBC/Gollancz award-wining author John Whitbourn
Total war with resurrected armies - the steampunk sequel to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Fabled Lands RPG
Role-playing rules and sourcebooks for the complete world of Harkuna.
Hitchcockian suspense novel with a dash of vampiric romance. Dark, twisted and psychological, no sparkles here!
The Bazaar is located at the heart of Fallen London, in the Neath, a cavern of impossible size, by the Unterzee, a tremendous saltwater lake. They say it's the skull of some defunct pagan god. That doesn't sound very likely. Although it would explain the dreams.
Mirabilis - Year of Wonders Vol 1
Trade paperback of the fantasy adventure comic by Morris & Hartas. Click on the cover to see it on Amazon.
Mirabilis - Year of Wonders Vol 2
Magic transforms Edwardian England in the graphic novel by Morris & Hartas. Click on the cover to see it on Amazon.
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Kindle book of the science fantasy world
Harkun comic book #1
Jamie's and Russ's work-in-progress. Rough pencils.
Harkun comic book #2
Rough pencil WIP. Click on the cover pic.
Work-in-progress RPG. Click on the image to download.
Billy Graves: Bonesman
Reluctant teen shaman takes on dying wizard and 4000-year-old golem. First issue of PDF comic.
The Year of Wonders
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Books by Jack Vance
First issue of Mirabilis season two: "Long Time With Wadwoes"
The Royal Mythological Society: Saki-meets-Serling in fifty fantasy micro-stories