PSYCHICS: REAL OR RIP-OFF ARTISTS?
With Tricks of the Mind, they can be both! This product presents 14 feats and seven talent trees to give player characters amazing powers of the mind... or the ability to fake them.
The material in this book expands upon the feats and talents superpower sysrtem featured in NUELOW Games' comics/rpg hybrid products. It is designed to easy... [click here for more]
VISIONS FROM A TIME BEFORE TIME!
The NUELOW Stock Art Collection #17: Savagery & Sorcery brings you 60 visions of might and magic that would please the eyes of even the most strict sorcerer king.
This latest entry in NUELOW Games' series of royalty free art collections mostly adapted from the pages of Golden Age comic books and pulp fiction magazines from the 1930s and 1940s... [click here for more]
FIGHTING FIRE WITH FIRE
Since the first person was killed in anger using a firearm, a secret society has devoted its energies to stopping the spread of criminal uses of firearms--even though they must also wield guns to do so. Its most elite agent is the Gun Master. These are the tales of Dumas Poe, the latest to carry the mantle.
Gun Master presents five classic tales... [click here for more]
He'll Fly Anything, Anywhere... If It's Worth His Time!
In the summer of 1947, the team that created Captain America, Joe Simon & Jack Kirby, took over a lackluster aviation adventure strip that had crashed-and-burned in the pages of Airboy, and turned into such an electrifying read that outshone everything else in the title.
All seven of the Flying Fool episodes... [click here for more]
HOLLYWOOD'S GOLDEN AGE... IN GOLDEN AGE COMICS!Film Fun Comics is a anthology series that promises to bring you fun comics from the 1940s and 1950s that use Hollywood as their springboard or backdrop for their stories. Join us, as actors and actresses put on their fighting togs and do battle with the criminal underworld between parties and re-shoots.
Film Fun Comics... [click here for more]
Do you love classic horror comics? Do you appreciate the skillful art that brought those gory, slavering creatures to life? Well if so, you can help bring those characters to life once again by adding your own touch of color to this collection of some of the greatest public domain artwork from the 1950's. Remember the way those comics made you feel when you first discovered them? Remember that frightening... [click here for more]