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Classic Wells

The Time Machine and The Invisible Man

What does the future hold? And can you change it? What powers are there in lurking unseen? And what are the pitfalls?

Two timeless classics from the godfather of Science Fiction.


The Call of the Wyld!

Twelve grisly new tales of fur and fury in this brand new anthology of werewolf stories.

Werewolves at war! Werewolves in space! Werewolves on the prowl! Werewolves at your door!


Wyldblood Magazine # 5

Nine brand new science fiction and fantasy stories about treacherous technology, time travel, television terrors and much, much more.

Stories by Richard Webb, David Matthews, Darren Latta, Francis Walsh, James Royce, Holly Barrett, Sam Muller, Mark Silcox and Davin Hall.

£2.99 digital / £5.99 print

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Wyldblood Magazine # 4

Nine brand new fantasy and science fiction stories.

All new science fiction and fantasy stories featuring mad robots, monster trucks, the end of the world, trainee psycopaths and much more.

£2.99 digital / £5.99 print

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Wyldblood Magazine # 3

Eight brand new fantasy and science fiction stories.

A sprint for survival – a burning resentment – a way to survive – an imperfect match – a mind in turmoil – a forbidden love – a spirit released –  a digital triumph.

£2.99 digital / £5.99 print

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Wyldblood Magazine # 2

Eleven great fantasy and science fiction stories.

A stifling obligation—a genie’s duplicity—a stranded astronaut—an abandoned dinosaur— a house full of stifling memories—a god greening the South—a woman stuck in traffic hell—a brain stuffed with adverts—an android boy stuck in mid stride— a chance to live a new life in a new body—an ostrich feather in the Old West.


Wyldblood Magazine # 1

Eleven stories, one interview, loads of book reviews and a bright, shiny cover. There’s frogs and dogs, doll’s houses and crows, soul eaters and graffiti artists, ice sculptures and coal miners, wizards and savants and a cyclist on a mission.

Fantasy, science fiction and a touch of darkness.


The Island of Doctor Moreau and other unsettling tales

H.G Wells’ gothic horor classic of a mad scientist’s experiment gone wrong leaving an island populated with intelligent beasts slowly turning savage. Plus two bonus stories from the godfather of Science Fiction.


Classic Gothic

Eight classic gothic tales of the unsettling, supernatural and macabre. This anthology contains Edgar Allan Poe’s chilling The Fall of the House of UsherBram Stoker’s unsettling Dracula’s GuestRobert Louis Stevenson’s grotesque The Body SnatcherHenry James’ haunting The Turn of the Screw. WW Jacobs’ acclaimed The Monkey’s Paw,  H.P Lovecraft’s dark The Shunned HouseNathanial Hawthorne’ shocking Dr Heidegger’s Experiment and Edith Wharton’s ground-breaking The Eyes.


Classic Sword and Sorcery

“Once the sword was drawn there was no turning back; for blood called for blood, and vengeance followed swift on the heels of atrocity.” (Red Nails)

Four classic Conan the Barbarian epics, with Robert E Howard’s sword and sorcery legend battling beasts, demons, dragons and his own restless ambition as he fights his way through the savage kingdoms of the Hyborian Age.

This collection contains: Red Nails, Gods of the North, Beyond the Black River, Jewels of Gwahlur.


Queen of the Black Coast

Robert E. Howard’s Conan the Barbarian battles monsters, pirates and his own dark desires to win his freedom and destroy his enemies. Queen of the Black Coast also includes A Witch Shall Be Born, The People of the Black Circle and The Devil in Iron, Classic stories drenched in blood and intrigue.



The Hour of the Dragon

Robert E. Howard’s classic full length Conan story – sword and sorcery at its finest. Demons, dragons and dark wizards – what more could a barbarian warrior hero want?


The Legendary Conan the Barbarian

The Hour of the Dragon and Shadows in the Moonlight – two classic Conan stories.

Set in a barely civilised land where socrerors lurk and monsters roam, in The Hour of the Dragon the barbarian warrior Conan becomes king of Aquilonia – but he must fight hard to hang on to his crown. Can civilisation be tamed by the savage?

In Shadows in the Moonlight Conan must best pirates, face down the dangers of iron statues and defeat the Red Brotherhood if he is to survive to fight another day.

Classic Sword and Sorcery from Robert E. Howard.



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Wyldblood Magazine #4

Nine brand new science fiction and fantasy stories featuring monsters, machines and the end of the world.

£2.99 (digital) £5.99 (print)

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