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    • Edgar Allan Poe on Mars

      Novel. 1827 - Struggling author Edgar Allan Poe and his companion Ligeia find themselves transported to Mars. There, Poe meets Gullivar Jones who is engaged in a deadly struggle against mad necromancer Rodrik-Usher.

    • The French Fantasy Treasury (Vol. 1)

      Anthology. The French Fantasy Treasury serves as an introduction to French fantasy, which has a long and noble history, quite distinct from its British and American counterparts. 

    • The French Fantasy Treasury (Vol. 2)

      Anthology. The French Fantasy Treasury serves as an introduction to French fantasy, which has a long and noble history, quite distinct from its British and American counterparts. 

    • The French Fantasy Treasury (Vol. 3)

      Anthology. The French Fantasy Treasury serves as an introduction to French fantasy, which has a long and noble history, quite distinct from its British and American counterparts. 

    • French Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror & Pulp Fiction

      Non-fiction. historical overviews, lists, descriptions, and summaries for works in film, television, radio, animation, comic books, and graphic novels. Major authors and literary trends of French science fiction & fantasy  from the Middle-Ages to today.

    • French Tales of Alien Encounters

      Anthology. The theme of alien encounters runs throughout the history of the French roman scientifique from the 18th century to today. We have gathered in this thematic collection nine remarkable short stories and a full-length novel. 

    • French Tales of Cataclysms

      Anthology. The term “cataclysm” is defined as a large-scale, violent event in the natural world, or a sudden and equally violent political or social upheaval. Such concepts run throughout the history of the French roman scientifique—a genre that some might call proto-sf—from the 18th century to today.  

    • Harry Dickson vs The Spider

      This Anthology includes two original Harry Dickson episodes, The Spider Society and The Phantom Executioners,  plus 15 short stories assembled and edited by Randy & J.-M. Lofficier.

    • Harry Dickson - The Man in Grey

      Novel. The Man in Grey was first published in France in 1911. It is one of the first Holmesian pastiches ever crafted. Penned by the creator of Doctor Omega, it is now being adapted and retold by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier and features a unique crossover between three legendary figures of popular fiction.

    • Hexagon Comics - The First 70 Years

      Non-fiction. Established in 1950, Hexagon Comics is France’s oldest comics publisher. This illustrated 300-page history, assembled and edited by RJM Lofficier, includes articles, stories, illustrations, interviews, biographies, characters’ profiles, and text that traces the history of Hexagon, from its inception in 1950.

    • If Your Possum Go Daylight...

      Poetry. A blend of whimsical illustrations and inappropriate verse merging into a whole that is greater than each of its parts.

    • The Katrina Protocol

      Novel. In 2005, Hugo van Helsing and his friend Zigor Side are called to New Orleans to investigate the violent death of Hugo's uncle, Ohisver van Helsing. Against the background of hurricane Katrina, Hugo must untangle a deadly conspiracy centered around the murky world of voodoo...

    • The Many Faces of Arsène Lupin

      Anthology. Arsène Lupin, the prodigious gentleman-burglar created in 1905 by Maurice Leblanc, has become an enduring myth. This collection offers two, never before translated Arsène Lupin tales by Leblanc, plus nineteen other stories, assembled and edited by J/-M. & Randy Lofficier.

    • Michael Moorcock's Legends of the Multiverse

      Anthology. This volume features most of Moorcock's Eternal Champion characters, inclusing two stories written by Moorcock and sixteen more by some of America, England and France's best-loved fantasy writers , plus a foreword penned by Moorcock.

    • The Nyctalope Steps In

      Anthology.  A collection of 15 stories featuring France's premier pulp superhero from the 1920s and 1930s.

    • Night of the Nyctalope

      Anthology. aAcollection of 17 stories featuring Leo Saint-Clair, France's premier pulp superhero from the 1920s and 1930s. 

    • Pacifica (Vol. 2)

      Short stories collection.

    • Return of the Nyctalope

      Novel. An all-new sequel by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier, in which the Nyctalope returns to Rhea as it is about to leave the Solar System, and comes to grips with his own past while charting out a bold map for the future of Humanity.