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I.A. Watson is an adventure, fantasy, and SF author from Yorkshire, England. This page lists his published works and links to samples and stories.

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Cover: Jeffrey Hayes

BYZANTIUM: DEAD MAN'S ROAD leads readers into a world of history of fantasy, one marred with magic, monsters, and mystery in volume one of I.A. Watson's original Pro Se Single Shot Signatures Series novellas.

In a world where Christianity never arose to sweep away the old magics, where sorcerer-guilds and necromancer-kings rule amidst the Roman ruins, Kirkgrim the Wanderer joins a caravan train across war-torn wasteland to the world's most corrupt city. The reluctant hero finds himself trapped with travelers, refugee orphans, deserter soldiers, a beautiful hunted sorceress, and one mad Viking, amidst civil war, religious zealots, brutal reavers, and a growing zombie army - guarding a secret that could bring the last vestiges of civilization crashing down in flames.

In Byzantium Book One: Dead Men’s Road, a beautiful woman tasked with delivering a sealed package to the Invisible College in Byzantium is pursued by merciless bandits, relentless undead, and a charming scoundrel who has nothing to lose.

"Byzantium: Dead Man's Road"
ASIN: B00LWGO9F8
Published by Pro Se Press
Release date: July 2014
Retail Price: $0.99 Kindle Edition only


Cover: Pat Carabjal    Interiors: Rob Davis

SHERLOCK HOLMES: CONSULTING DETECTIVE Volume 6 features "The Case of the Counterfeit Watson", in which I.A Watson recounts the puzzling incident of the man in the lunatic asylum who claims be to the real Dr John Watson - even to Sherlock Holmes!

A woman births a monster that could have no human father. A quiet country physician cripples a village policeman. A house that was supposed to have burned down sixty years before reappears. And a lobotomy chair awaits the Great Detective.

"Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 6"
ISBN-10: 0692244948
ISBN-13: 978-0692244944
Published by Airship 27
Release date: June 2014
Retail Price: $16.14
Kindle Edition available
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar


Cover: Laura Givens   

PRIDE OF THE MOHICANS
The adventures of Hawkeye, Uncas, and Chingatchgook in the year before James Fennimore Cooper’s Last of the Mohicans, brought to life by four of the most celebrated names in adventure storytelling.

I.A. Watson's story, "The Fort of Skulls" sends the pathfinders east into brooding Miscatonic County – H.P. Lovecraft country – where a Redcoat stronghold has been built upon a burial ground of the extinct Misquas tribe. But when the trackers arrive with reinforcements for the troubled fort they find it deserted, save for an unknown intruder who leaves the flayed heads of his enemies for his next victims to find!

"Pride of the Mohicans"
ISBN-10: 0692202358
ISBN-13: 978-0692202357
Published by White Rocket
Release date: April 2014
Retail Price: $15.95 or less
Available from Amazon
Kindle Edition also available


Cover: Terry Pavlet   

THE MANY WORLDS OF ULYSSES KING
Professor Ulysses King and his companions travel the foldspace between alternate realities to thwart nefarious history-twisting plots from his homeworld Olympus. With Amazonian arena-warrior Pandora, out-of-his-depth reporter Jake Gannon, marked-for-death scientist Crystal Lee, and worlds-spanning travel machine NotTA, King faces those who regard humanity as test subjects, cannon fodder, raw material, or mere entertainment. But there are dangers in foldspace of which neither King nor his enemies are yet aware - those who seek absolute control!

This anthology includes I.A. Watson's story, "Absolute Control".

"The Many Worlds of Ulysses King"
ISBN-10: 1497379539
ISBN-13: 978-1497379534
Published by CreateSpace
Release date: April 2014
Retail Price: $12 or less
Kindle Edition also available

 


Cover by Mike Manley
Interiors by Rob Davis
Winner of Best Pulp Cover 2010

When the law is used to oppress the helpless, justice can only come from an outlaw.

Nominated for Best Pulp Novel of 2010 in both the Pulp Factory Awards and the Pulp Ark Awards, ROBIN HOOD, KING OF SHERWOOD covers the earliest days of the outrageous outlaw’s exploits. From his meetings with Little John, Friar Tuck, and Will Scarlet to his explosive clash with the sadistic Sir Guy of Gisbourne, this volume chronicles the rise of the forest lord.

"Robin Hood: King of Sherwood"
ISBN: 1-934935-65-4  ISBN 13: 978-1-934935-65-1
Release date: 25th March 2010
Produced by Airship 27
Published by Cornerstone Books
Purchase from Cornerstone here Retail Price: $21.95
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 hangar

Robin Hood: King of Sherwood preview chapters


Cover by Mike Manley
Interiors by Rob Davis
Nominated Best Pulp Cover 2011

ROBIN HOOD: ARROW OF JUSTICE continues the story as the scheming Sheriff of Nottingham plots the outlaw’s downfall. Including some of Robin’s most famous feats, including competing for the Golden Arrow at the Sheriff’s archery contest and helping Alan a Dale to rescue his bride from a cruel forced marriage, this volume brings the swashbuckling scofflaw together once more with the feisty Maid Marion to shake the foundations of Prince John’s England. Nominated for Best Pulp Novel of 2011 in both the Pulp Factory Awards and the Pulp Ark Awards.

"Robin Hood: Arrow of Justice"
ISBN: 1-613420-27-7
ISBN-13: 978-1-61342-027-0
Produced by Airship 27
Published by Cornerstone Books
Release date: 12/07/2011
Retail Price: $16.95
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 hangar

Robin Hood: Arrow of Justice preview chapter


Cover by Mike Manley
Interiors by Rob Davis

ROBIN HOOD, FREEDOM'S OUTLAW , the concluding book in I.A. Watson's much-praised trilogy retelling the classic tale of the champion of Sherwood for a new generation. Shortlisted for Best Pulp Novel 2013 in the Pulp Factory industry awards.

A nation failed by the law still cries out for justice. A dozen weak and injured escapees from Nottingham Castle flee for safety. Prince John demands Maid Marion in his bed and commands her father be destroyed. The Sheriff of Nottingham and Black Gisbourne move to crush the Sherwood rebels once and for all.

And in the deeps of Sherwood, an outlaw champion prepares for the final showdown.

"Robin Hood: Freedom's Outlaw"
ISBN: 0-615852-94-7  ISBN 13: 978-0-615852-94-2
Release date: November 2013
Produced by Airship 27
Purchase from CreateSpace Retail Price: $16.99
Also available for Kindle

Robin Hood: Freedom's Outlaw preview chapters


Image by Adam Diller
Nominated Best Pulp Cover 2012

BLACKTHORN: DYNASTY OF MARS

In the traditions of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Jack Kirby, I.A. Watson takes forward bestselling Van Allen Plexico's visionary BLACKTHORN saga with a story nominated as Best Pulp Novel 2012!

Princess Aria is the only survivor of the ancient dynasty that first settled the red planet. The ancient magic of the devices that make Mars fit for human life flows though her by right and training. But she's also the daughter of the archvillainous Black Sorcerer who wars with the other tyrannical First Men that now carve Mars between them for their experiments and amusements.


Her world needs a champion and she needs a friend. But should she trust the hero dragged through time from old Earth-that-was? Can John Blackthorn and his fierce Mock-Man sidekick really stand against science, sorcery, and treachery? Can a few desperate rebels defeat the monstrous legions that have oppressed the red planet for millenia? And can Aria trust herself to do what is neccessary to achieve what she has set out to do - whatever the cost?.

"Blackthorn: Dynasty of Mars"
ISBN 10: 0615676545  ISBN 13: 978-0615676548
Release date: 27th July 2012

Published by White Rocket Books
Purchase from Amazon Retail Price: $15.95
$2.55 Kindle e-version also available at here


Image by Adam Diller

BLACKTHORN: SPIRES OF MARS

A young man desperate to save his sister from the raiders who kidnapped her to slavery – an ancient undead released after half a millennium – four sorcerous First Men who will kill half a world to keep their darkest secret – and three champions who will stand for Mars against horror and tyranny – or die trying!

Award-winning author I.A Watson’s online novel set in the futuristic Martian world of Van Allen Plexico’s BLACKTHORN offers readers a serial adventure in the tradition of old-time pulps, showcasing the vibrant characters and lush settings of this popular and successful series.

Join Earth General John Blackthorn, Aria, Princess of Mars, Oglok the Mock-Man and an ever-expanding cast of rebels, monsters, magicians, and villains as the mystery of the ancient Harmony Spires is explored. Following on from BLACKTHORN: THUNDER ON MARS and BLACKTHORN: DYNASTY OF MARS, this stand-alone full-length serial novel offers a glimpse of a future where magic and technology are one and humanity must face its ultimate challenge.

Go to Chapter One * Go to Blackthorn site



Cover: Sean E. Ali   

"Robin Hood and the Maiden of the Tower" in PRO SE PRESENTS: Winter/Spring 2014    The dying days of 1191: Young beautiful Melisende is taken hostage, held close in the Tower of London, to be tortured into forced marriage with one of Prince John's closest political cronies - Lord William de Vendenal, High Sheriff of Nottingham! Melisende's secret admirer remains behind to attempt the impossible - rescue the damsel from the most secure fortress in England! The young knight's sister insists that he be found and aided - and bold Adam's sister Matilda is better known as Maid Marion, Lady of Sherwood, true love and inspiration of the outlaw rogue Robin Hood!

Join Robin and his merry men as they head to London and take on Lackland, Sheriff, thief-rakers, beggar-king, and all comers, and tackle the impossible mission of reuniting young Adam and his fair Melisende - by stealing the whole of Londom from the usurper prince!

"Pro Se Presents: Winter/Spring 2014"
ISBN-10: 1496001478
ISBN-13: 978-1496001474
Published by Pro Se Press
Release date: February 2014
Retail Price: $9
Kindle Edition available here


Cover by Mike Fyles
Nominated Best Pulp Cover 2013

Romance and adventure take flight when disgraced Navy weatherman Finian follows mysterious blonde Verity on the deadly maiden flight of "Airship 27" in I.A. Watson's action science fiction novella from ZEPPELIN TALES What is the secret in Shed 13? What lies behind the strange sky phenomenon known as the fallstreak? Who plots the destruction of crew and ship alike? And what are the strange creatures that dwell beyond the clouds?

"These are not our skies".

"Zeppelin Tales"
ISBN: 061591554X  ISBN 13: 978-0615915548
Release date: November 2013
Produced by Airship 27
Purchase from Amazon Retail Price: $16.99
Also available for Kindle

Airship 27 preview excerpt


Cover by Malcolm McClinton

THE SPIDER: EXTREME PREJUDICE, a new anthology of hard-boiled crimefighting tales from Moonstone Books

Extreme sworn enemy of crime, The SPIDER clashes against super-criminals whom no one else can handle.

More just than the law, more dangerous than the Underworld...hated, feared, wanted by both. He remains one step ahead of the law in his endless crusade to destroy the human vipers that nest in our society.

In "Prey of the Mask Reaper" I.A. Watson recounts how the Spider and mysterious rival vigilante Black Bat must collaborate to tackle a sadistic enemy who is sytematically destroying mystery men and women and those they love - and who has targeted Spider and Black Bat next!

"The Spider: Extreme Prejudice"
ISBN-10: 1936814463  ISBN-13: 978-1936814466
Release date: July 2013
Edited by Joe Gentile and Tommy Hancock
Published by Moonstone Books
Purchase from Moonstone Books or Amazon

Retail Price: $18.95 Softcover, $29.99 Hardcover



Image © licensed from Clipart.com
Design by Terrence McCauley

GRAND CENTRAL NOIR

Released to celebrate the centenary of New York's palatial Grand Central Rail Terminal, this Amazon bestseller collection includes stories by Ron Fortier, Matt Hilton, Terrence P McCauley, and other pulp fiction luminaries.

I.A. Watson's contribution is "Lost Property", wherein a thug loses his loot, a traveller loses his auntie's hat, and a lonely young luggage checkout clerk will lose her heart - and maybe her life!

Proceeds from this anthology are donated to the New York charity God's Love We Deliver, which works to feed and house the homeless and people in extreme poverty.

"Grand Central Noir"
ASIN No: B00DFA32KM 
Release date: 17th June 2013

Edited by Terrence P McCauley
Published by Metropolitan Crime Publishers
Purchase for Kindle from Amazon
Retail Price: $2.99


Cover by Eric Johns

Welcome to MONSTER EARTH, a world where the Cold War was fought not with the threat of nuclear destruction, but with Giant Monsters. Watch as the denizens of this Earth that might have been learn to harness the power of these legendary creatures for good and ill.

I.A. Watson's Best Short Pulp Story-shortlisted contribution, Famous Monsters of World War II, or Happy Birthday Bobby Fetch, recounts the well-known incident where the terrible Japanese tentacle-beast Kraakus attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, and outlines the exploits of two courageous youngsters who are the only people able to stand against the unstoppable creature that might turn the course of the war.

"Monster Earth"
ISBN-10: 0615753469  ISBN-13: 978-0615753461
Release date: January 2013
Edited by Jim Beard and James Palmer
Purchase from Createspace   Retail Price: $14.95
$2.99 Kindle version also available at Amazon


Cover by Bryan Fowler

SINBAD: THE NEW VOYAGES

The greatest seafaring adventurer of all times returns to the high seas! From the pages of The Arabian Nights, the swashbuckling explorer sails off to new adventure.

This high-impact volume includes I.A. Watson's award-nominated Sinbad and the Sapphire of the Djinn, featuring clockwork monsters, a prince of thieves, a princess of Bagdad, history's greatest alchemist, a magical airship, and, of course, the mighty and terrible djinn.

"Sinbad: The New Voyages"
ISBN 10: 0615695892  ISBN 13: 978-0615695891
Release date: September 2012

Published by Airship 27
Purchase from Amazon Retail Price: $16.99
Kindle e-version available at here
e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar

Preview from Sinbad and the Sapphire of the Djinn


Cover by Mike Fyles, design by Sean Ali

Reviving the classic African adventurer from the Golden Age of Pulp, ARMLESS O'NEIL: BLOOD PRICE OF THE MISSIONARY'S GOLD introduces a whole new audience to hook-handed O'Neil's dangerous world of lost treasures, merciless mercenaries, sudden danger, and jungle adventure. I.A. Watson pens the title story, Blood Price of the Missionary's Gold, in which O'Neil must save a beautiful missionary's daughter from the marauders who hunt both her and a fortune in lost blood-gold - and the vital clue is a recipe for monkey stew!

"Armless O'Neil: Blood Price of the Missionary's Gold"
ISBN-10: 1477651306  ISBN-13: 978-1477651308
Release date: June 2012

Produced by Airship 27
Published by Pro Se Publications' Pulp Obscura imprint
Purchase from Pro Se here Retail Price: $12.00
$2.99 e-version also available at Smashwords


Cover: Mike Fyles

Donald E Keyhoe’s airman detective debuted in FLYING ACES Magazine in the 1930s. Now the millionaire flyboy G-Man is back in THE NEW ADVENTURES OF RICHARD KNIGHT, first in the Pulp Obscura imprint of revived classic pulp characters.

In “The Hostage Academy”, I.A. Watson recounts the events around a series of supposed air crash deaths and the sinister organisation that turns them to its advantage. When Knight’s girlfriend is amongst those presumed dead there is nothing he will not do to discover the truth – and to take his revenge!

"THE NEW ADVENTURES OF RICHARD KNIGHT"
ISBN-10: 1469986787
ISBN-13: 978-1469986784
Published by Pro Se Press
Release date: January 2012
Retail Price: $12.00
$2.99 e-version also available at Smashwords

 


Cover: Mark Maddox   Interiors: Rob Davis

The popular continuation of the adventures of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s archetypal detective begins with SHERLOCK HOLMES: CONSULTING DETECTIVE Volume 1, which includes I.A. Watson’s “Dead Man’s Manuscript”

An old army comrade of Dr Watson’s commits a crime because a ghost told him to do it. Holmes and Watson must discover why a respectable war veteran might destroy a priceless document at the command of his dead father.

"Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 1"
ISBN 1-934935-50-6
ISBN 13: 978-1-934935-50-7
Produced by Airship 27
Published by Cornerstone Books
Release date: July 2010
Retail Price: $21.95
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar


Cover: Ingrid Hardy  Interiors: Rob Davis
Nominated of Best Pulp Cover 2011

SHERLOCK HOLMES: CONSULTING DETECTIVE Volume 2 features two stories by I.A. Watson. In “The Problem of the Western Mail”, Holmes’ ennui during a scorching summer is temporarily lifted when a safe-load of payroll vanishes from a moving train. He faces the opposite problem in “The Last Deposit” when he must fathom how a dead girl appeared in the most secure vault of a well-guarded bank – and why. This tale was winner of Best Short Story, Pulp Factory Awards 2010, Nominated Best Short Story Pulp Ark Awards 2010

"Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 2"
ISBN 1-934935-74-3
ISBN 13: 978-1-934935-74-3
Produced by Airship 27
Published by Cornerstone Books
Release date: March 2011
Retail Price: $21.95
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar


Cover: Brian McCullough
Interiors by Rob Davis 
Interiors: Rob Davis

SHERLOCK HOLMES: CONSULTING DETECTIVE Volume 3 includes I.A. Watson’s tale “The Lucky Leprechaun.” A wealthy businessman who has made his fortune selling temperance drinks vanishes at night from his locked country house. The only witnesses are his two young nieces – and they claim he was carried away by the fairies they meet in the woods. Holmes and Watson must unravel the strange code in the missing man’s scribbles, discover the secret of his enchanted gold, and stop the revenge of the leprechaun himself, before they too are sucked into madness and destruction.

"Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 3"
ISBN 10: 1-613420-09-9
ISBN 13: 978-1-1-613420-09-6
Produced by Airship 27
Published by Golden Hammer Press
Release date: November 2011
Retail Price: $14.99
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar


Cover: Chad Harding    Interiors: Rob Davis

SHERLOCK HOLMES: CONSULTING DETECTIVE Volume 4: In a Victorian England on the cusp of a new century, where the marvels of science will spur the Industrial Revolution to new heights of cultural wonder, the dark elements of humankind continue to worm their way through the streets of London and its surrounding countryside. Murder and mayhem remain and the work of Sherlock Holmes continues; his powers of deductive reasoning the crucial bulwark to stem this tide of villainy.

This anthology includes I.A. Watson's award-nominated Best Short Pulp Story 2013, "The Clockwork Courtesan", in which the prime suspect for a civil servant's brutal end is a mechanical music-box in the shape of a woman.

"Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 4"
ISBN 10: 0615758231
ISBN 9780615758237
Published by Airship 27
Release date: January 2013
Retail Price: $16.99
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar


Cover: Mike Fyles    Interiors: Rob Davis

SHERLOCK HOLMES: CONSULTING DETECTIVE Volume 5 features "The Abominable Merridew", I.A Watson's tale of the lost Holmes villain mentioned but never detailed in the canon. But the great detective is not the only one hunting down a depraved killer. This time Holmes and Watson are being challenged by another investigative team - Professor Moriarty and Colonel Moran!

See the greatest minds of the Holmesian age at work as brutal murders, fiendish kidnappings, and gangland atrocities escalate, mere weeks before a fateful and final encounter at the Reichenbach Falls.

"Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective vol 5"
ISBN-10: 0615935818
ISBN-13: 978-0615935812
Published by Airship 27
Release date: December 2013
Retail Price: $16.14
Kindle Edition available here
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar


Cover: Rob Davis & Shane Evans
Interiors: Rob Davis

In the tradition of Robert E. Howard’s puritan adventurer, GIDEON CAIN: DEMON HUNTER stalks the dark corners of the 17th century in a bitter struggle to thwart the forces of evil from overwhelming the realm of men. Tormented by his past, last champion of an ancient line, only Cain stands against the demon Azazel and its coming apocalypse.

I.A. Watson’s account of “The Girl in the Glass Coffin” was Nominated Best Short Story in both the Pulp Factory Awards 2010, and Pulp Ark Awards 2010.

"Gideon Cain: Demon Hunter"
ISBN 1-934935-74-3
ISBN 13: 978-1-934935-74-3
Produced by Airship 27 and White Rocket Books
Published by Cornerstone Publishers
Release date: November 2011
Retail Price: $21.95
$3 e-version also available at The Airship 27 Hangar

 

Preview from "The Girl in the Glass Coffin"


Cover: James Burns  Interiors: Chris Kohler

A betrayed soldier from the present awakes on post-apocalyptic Mars. With a genetically-engineered Mock Man and a sorceress princess he must rise to be a champion in a world ruled and ravaged by scientist mages. BLACKTHORN: THUNDER ON MARS mixes the styles of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Jack Kirby to create a vibrant alien world of passion, action, and intrigue.

In “The Ghosts of Acheron”, I.A. Watson reveals what lies in the valley that even the science-mages fear to enter. This tale received nominations for two best short story awards.

"Blackthorn: Thunder On Mars"
ISBN 10: 0984139265
ISBN 13: 978-1- 0984139265
Published by White Rocket Books
Release date: December 2011
Retail Price: $15.95
$3 e-version also available


Cover: Danny Wall

Van Allen Plexico’s popular Sentinels superhero adventure series includes on volume of “guest authors”. I.A. Watson’s story in

“We got out the mud and the bloodstains. And the regret and the betrayal, though those are harder to sponge off. Now we have to try and patch it. Special order. We don’t ask customers’ names here. We just do laundry.

WONDERLUST #12 features “Mr Lye's Laundry of Doom” in which a young woman with a past works off an unusual pennance.

Free online: Mr Lye's Laundry of Doom

Produced by Planetary Stories
Release date: November 2013

"What would we do if we saw them, Harry?"

WONDERLUST #8 includes “Rostherne: A Tale of Ghost Hunting” in which a young couple maintain their annual Hallowe'en vigil at a ruined priory where a tale of forbidden love once played out.

Free online from Wonderlust: Rostherne

Produced by Planetary Stories
Release date: June 2012

“Sometimes it happens that a tulpa turns sour. Very rarely a Meh-Teh slips too far into being and rampages across the mountains, stealing livestock or even children, raping women, doing terrible things. Mi-go, the local people call them then, wild men. Then we must focus our efforts on uncreating the creature, disassembling it so it is no more and cannot return, pushing it back into the void from which it was first drawn”

WONDERLUST #8 also features “The Tulpa” in which Tibetan secrets do not mix well with Western experience.

Free online from Wonderlust: The Tulpa

Produced by Planetary Stories
Release date: June 2012

"I've got to tell you the truth about Mr Caplin's insurance claim"

PLANETARY STORIES #18 features “Loss Adjustment” wherein an insurance claims inspector investigates a car allegedly damaged by aliens. He didn’t expect to find a firsthand witness who wasn’t human.

Free online from Planetary Stories

Produced by Planetary Stories
Release date: February 2011


Cover: Rob Davis

"Robin Hood and the Slavers of Whitby" in PULP SPIRIT MAGAZINE #14 offers another adventure for the cast of I.A Watson’s award-winning Robin Hood trilogy (detailed above).

Robin’s old flame, Clorinda, Queen of the Shepherdesses, calls for help when her people are enslaved by the Sheriff of Nottingham to mine precious jet from the Whitby sea-cliffs. Robin must take on the dangerous rescue mission – with Marion along to watch him.

Free online from Pulp Spirit

Produced by Planetary Stories
Release date: 1st February 2012


Cover: Will Meugniot

ALL STAR PULP COMICS #2 is an anthology of graphic illustrated stories from Airship 27 and Rosebud Studios. It includes Robin Hood: Lionheart's Gold written by I.A. Watson and illustrated by Rob Davis. Proceeds from the first six months' sales of this volume donated to the Boston Red Cross.

With King Richard imprisoned for ransom in Europe, his mother the manipulative Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine vies with his ambitious brother Prince John to control the vast treasure that could free the Lionheart or condemn him to perpetual imprisonment - and Robin Hood is caught in the middle of the fight!.

"All-Star Pulp Comics #2"
Release date: May 2013

Edited by Ron Fortier and Rob Davis
Published by Airship 27 and Rosebud Studios
Purchase from Indy Planet   Retail Price: $7.99

 

Free online fiction from I.A Watson

Rostherne – A romantic tale of midnight ghost-hunting

The Crusade – An account of two of the the thousands of children who set to convert the Holy Land in the 13th century; written for a children’s charity appeal

The Never-Ending Battle – A Superman fan finds a real-life rescue is very different from the comic books

The Wedding Wake – When a groom is murdered by enemy clansman on the eve of his wedding he still expects to have his wedding night

Before Dawn – A different account of the familiar Easter story

Rescue Me – A bold knight rescues a beautiful princess from a terrible dragon, but his troubles are only just beginning.

The First Day of the Rest of Their Lives – Written as a wedding gift, this story details a strange honeymoon encounter with some important advice.


ASSEMBLED: FIVE DECADES OF EARTH’S MIGHTIEST and ASSEMBLED 2, volumes on Marvel Comics’ massively popular Avengers team, featuring analysis, reflection, comment and criticism of the books, movies and more, include many contributions by I.A. Watson such as “The Greatest Avengers Issues Never Published”, “The Shooter-Michelnie Years”, “What Makes an Avengers Villain?” and “Why Mantis Had To Be a Whore”.

Available from White Rocket Books and Amazon. Proceeds go towards The Hero Initiative charity


 

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