The Leshavult are coming to the Moonstone Miniature Skirmish Game!

The Leshavult are coming to the Moonstone Miniature Skirmish Game!

Every once in a while, a game project comes along on Kickstarter that I know I’m going to jump head-first into. Then I find out that I already missed the first part, my wallet and I have a quick talk, and we agree not to make that mistake again. I will not miss out on […]

Moonstone Brings The Avenger: Double Feature to Stores This September

A few years ago I had the privilege of writing a few short stories for Moonstone featuring the Green Hornet, the Phantom and the Avenger. Being able to write adventures for these classic pulp icons is one of the great things about being in this industry. I grew up reading the old tales and listening […]

Defenders #9 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Defenders #9 Review: The Exciting Peak of an Already Great Series

Jessica Jones pleads with Misty Knight to allow her to see the Punisher for information. After some convincing, Jess gets some face-time with Frank Castle. Later, the Defenders get the drop on Diamondback. All seems to be going smoothly until back-up in the form of Fixer, Moonstone, and Titania arrives. From here, it becomes a […]

Brian Michael Bendis batman

Brian Michael Bendis’s List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman […]


Josh Talks ‘Thunderbolts’, Part 1: In The Beginning

At last, I am getting around to devoting a series of op-ed/retro review pieces to my all-time favorite comic book series, Thunderbolts. And what better place to start than the beginning, when the Thunderbolts were created by industry veterans, Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley. First appearing in Incredible Hulk #449, the Thunderbolts were a mysterious […]

Why Marvel Should Bring Back The Thunderbolts

Jim Zub, Jon Malin, and Matt Yackey’s Thunderbolts is one of the best comics to come out in recent years. There, I said it. It’s the truth. Here we have a comic that perfectly balanced character and action, perfectly understood the characters and the spirit of the team, and had some of the most endearing […]

A Double Dose Of Sherlock Holmes From Moonstone In August

Moonstone has already lined up their August 2017 releases and it’s a double dose of Sherlock Holmes. First up is a crossover of the world’s greatest detective with the mysterious pulp hero the Green Lama as written by author Adam L. Garcia. Then the first consulting detective teams with contemporaries Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Lady […]

Moonstone To Publish New Tales Of I.V. Frost This June

A Frost is coming this June… that’s I.V. Frost. The character of Professor I.V. Frost was created back in 1934 by Donald Wandrei for Street & Smith as an American version of Sherlock Holmes. And like Holmes, this scientific detective had a sidekick… but instead of John Watson, he had Jean Moray, a sexy blond […]

Dan Brereton Covers Kolchak For Moonstone

Fans of Kolchak: The Night Stalker are in luck this November as Moonstone Books publishes two new graphic novels of the classic monster hunter. Originally created by Jeff Rice as a 1974 television series starring Darren McGavin, Chicago newspaper reporter Carl Kolchak has become an iconic character in the world of horror. The most recent […]

Anthony Piper Quickdraws Thunderbolts #1 Hip Hop Variant

Marvel has released a new quickdraw video, this time featuring Anthony Piper working on the Thunderbolts #1 Hip Hop variant. The cover features The Winter Soldier, Moonstone, and Mach V. This is a riff on the Naughty by Nature cover. [youtube][/youtube]

Moonstone Brings Back The Green Ghost

This October, Moonstone has a bunch of classic pulp characters to ring in your Halloween. The third issue of Domino Lady Threesome by Bobby Nash and Sergio Ibanez continues the story featuring Domino Lady, Bullet Gal and the Woman in Red. And then the publisher is bringing back the magician / sleuth the Green Ghost […]

A Double-Dose Of Domino Lady In August From Moonstone

There is lots of Domino Lady on the shelf in August from Moonstone Books. In the second issue of Domino Lady: Threesome the classic pulp character teams with the Golden Amazon and The Veil to stop Nazi’s while in Guns of the Black Bat #3 she and the Phantom Detective head to the Congo. DOMINO […]

Moonstone Brings Together The Black Bat & The Purple Scar

Moonstone Books is pulling together two pulp heroes, The Black Bat and The Purple Scar, in a new illustrated novel by Ron Fortier and Rob Davis. Both of the characters were created for Thrilling and published in the 30’s and 40’s. Where the company had good success with The Black Bat in the pages of […]

Moonstone To Release Domino Lady’s Threesome In May

This May, Moonstone Books will be releasing the first issue in a new Domino Lady comic series written by Nancy Holder and Bobby Nash with art by Marco Santiago. The classic pulp character teams up with two other heroines of the era, The Golden Amazon and The Veil, to stop the Nazi’s plans in Hollywood. DOMINO […]

5 New Kolchak The Night Stalker Books Coming This February

Are you a fan of Kolchak the Night Stalker? If so, then Moonstone Books is going to be your best friend in February 2016. They are releasing 5 new Kolchak books that month. Kolchak/Dan Shamble: Zombie PI, Story: Kevin J. Anderson, Richard Dean Starr Art-Colors: Sergio Ibanez Covers: (A)Dennis Calero,(B) Woodrow Hinton lll Superstar author Kevin J […]

Adam Lance Garcia Talks Green Lama: Crimson Circle

I’m a big fan of the old pulp magazines / novels and classic noir characters like The Shadow, The Phantom and The Avenger. And while those characters have achieved a decent amount of name recognition, other amazing characters from that era have not. Moonstone publishes new stories of some of these characters… one in particular […]

Moonstone Brings A Double Dose Of Kolchak: The Night Stalker

Moonstone is bringing out two Kolchak: The Night Stalker books this December. The first up is Passages of the Macabre, a collection of new short prose fiction starring the original paranormal investigator. Contributing to the collection are CJ Henderson, Nancy Holder, Ed Gorman and many more. The second book, The Night Strangler Files, reprints the […]

The Picture That Had To Say A Thousand Words – The Green Lama (Updated)

We get a lot of email from publishers announcing books. There are always press releases filled with hyperbole and taking 100 words to say what could be said in 10. Yesterday I received an email from Joe Gentile over at Moonstone. I’ve done some work with them in the past, writing short stories for the […]

Sherlock Holmes, Kolchak The Night Stalker And Night Hawk From Moonstone In June

Moonstone Books has sent over their releases for June 2015 that includes a team up of the world’s greatest detective Sherlock Holmes and Kolchak the Night Stalker as well as the flying spy Night Hawk. Sherlock Homes & Kolchak: Cry for Thunder Author: Joe Gentile Cover Art: Doug Klauba 6’ x 9’, sc, 139pgs, $9.99 The […]

Day Of The Destroyers – A New Anthology Starring Jimmie Flint, Agent X-11

Moonstone Books has a new, all-original linked prose anthology starring Jimmie Flint, Agent X-11 of the Intelligence Service Command. In the new book, Flint must prevent the seditionist Medusa Council from engineering a bloody coup overthrowing our democracy. The anthology features stories by Ron Fortier, Adam Lance Garcia, Gary Phillips, Paul Bishop, Eric Fein, Tommy […]