“That is not dead which can eternal lie…”
The magazine of modern horror gaming, The Black Seal, is back from an extended suspended animation with an 80-page issue for Call of Cthulhu seventh edition.
The Black Seal #4 is an issue about the ‘persistence of life’ with six articles and scenarios related to this theme or are adjacent to it. Filling out the rest... [click here for more]
The theme of THE BLACK SEAL's first issue is Strange Britain. Inside, we expose the bizarre and mysterious landscape of these haunted isles; - the ancient and forbidden knowledge of antiquity; the secrets of the modern-day conspiracy; the forgotten, dangerous places of power and mystery. THE BLACK SEAL is your guide to the Secret Country behind the mundane facade of everyday life in Britain.
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There are still, depend upon it, quaint, undiscovered countries and continents of strange extent. - Arthur Machen, The Three Imposters
Alien cultures. Strange things and even stranger places. The third issue of THE BLACK SEAL embarks on a whirlwind world tour of the weird and the not-so-wonderful; offering a terrifying glimpse into the darker corners of this strange, mad planet we all live... [click here for more]
Who watches the Watchmen? The second issue of THE BLACK SEAL delves into the secret history of the deadliest branch of Britain's security apparatus, the Paranormal Intelligence Section for Counter-Intelligence, Espionage and Sabotage - better known as PISCES. We examine the Hidden Agenda of Britain's secret chiefs and the geography of the Captive State they have laboured to create.
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