People often say that there are no such things as monsters. They are wrong. Vampires, werewolves, ghosts, and other unnamable horrors co-exist with us. Watching us. Using us. Preying upon us.
Welcome to Pinebox, a sleepy little East Texas town with a lot more than its share of trouble. Whether it's the haunted diner luring weary travelers, the unexplained 'alligator attacks", or the crone who... [click here for more]
Ronan Lynch, Velvet van Helter, and Bad Luck Betty go up against one of the toughest opponents in the Weird West--the Hangin' Judge!
This awesome comic was written by Matt Forbeck and drawn by veteran Deadlands artists Kevin Sharpe and Richard "Rico" Pollard! ... [click here for more]
Watch Your Step!
You never know what you'll step into! Buffalo patties may stink up your Dingoes, but a deadly conspiracy can plant a whole posse of veterans six-feet under.
That's what this twisted tale is all about - conspiracy and dead guys. The heroes are hired look into suspicious activities in Gomorra that culminates in one of the not grisly gunfights ever seen in the Weird West.
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There Will Come A Reckoning! The Sioux have reclaimed the Dakotas. California has fallen into the sea, leaving a "Great Maze" of towering sea-canyons in its wake. Abominations stalk the Deadlands, and the dead walk among us. The Reckoning has begun. Into this dangerous world come a new breed of heroes. Deadly gunfighters prowl the High Plains, wise shaman talk to the spirits, hex-slinging... [click here for more]
Spaghetti with Meat… The world of Deadlands™ looks like the Old West on the surface - there's plenty of wild desperadoes and heroes with more sand than the Mojave Desert - but there's more, too. Out here the shadows are a little bit darker. The hangin' trees are a little bit taller. And the High Plains are coated in the crimson light of the blood moon. That howl you heard... [click here for more]
Hell Hath No Fury… They say "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." In this second volume of the Anthology with No Name, the senoritas get their payback. In "Some Mercy, Some Justice, Some Magic", ancient matriarchal sorcery protects a young girl from an other-worldly horror in "Nuna Daul Tsuny", a young Cherokee woman who suffered a great atrocity... [click here for more]