Graphic Entertainment is your source for cutting edge pulp! The home of the modern day Penny Dreadful.

Ultra Violence! Dark tales of Revenge! Weird Occult Detective Mysteries! Hardboiled Pulp Fiction!

Lurid Supernatural and Paranormal Horror!

Men’s Adventure, Fantasy, and Science Fiction!

Here we do our best to avoid the mundane and bring you fresh thrills and exotic adventures.

Please join us on our journey to the strange and unexpected with the Darkness Unbound horror franchise.

Experience out of this world Sci-Fi mystery and adventure with the Worldbreaker series.

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Glenn Porzig is best known as the creator of the comic book heroine Ace of Diamonds. Glenn grew up reading comics, pulp novels, and watching too much TV. Glenn and his wife Carly have written three screenplays together. They live in Indiana with a menagerie of both furry and scaly pets. Since 2005 he has been the co-host of a weekly fandom podcast.
Glenn has worked over twenty years in the television industry including two highly rated specials for SCI FI Channel; The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence, and The New Roswell: Kecksburg Exposed. He currently, literally, has his head in the clouds as a videographer on a TV news helicopter.
Recently he has turned his attention to writing short stories and novellas. Glenn’s first short story, Master of the Dead, was published by Destroyer Books in More Blood: A Sinanju Anthology. His debut occult horror novella Darkness Unbound: Lady in Black was released the summer of 2014. The sequel Darkness Unbound: Terror of Night was released on Halloween, 2015. Glenn is proud to have collaborated with Scream Queen Brinke Stevens to bring the story of Lady in Black to life as an audiobook.

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A lifelong fan of multiple incarnations of Science Fiction – from animation, comedy, and video games to award winning novels, movies, and even music – Carly Porzig has always had a particular interest in those stories involving artificial life and robotics. Carly lives in Indiana, USA with her husband, cats, reptiles, and giant robots. When not writing, she enjoys drawing, playing World of Warcraft and binge watching genre television shows.

Follow me on Twitter @carlyporzig