Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas
Krampus is coming. Do not bother running. Do not bother hiding, and don’t bother deleting your internet history. Rest assured that Krampus knows everything you’ve done, and there is nothing you can do about it. Don’t believe me? Read the stories featured in Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas to get an idea of what’s in store for you and any and every deplorable friend you know. The Night Before Krampus illustrates that it may take less than you think to receive a special visit. The Present serves as a warning to avoid any and all suspicious gifts. Snowman Town shows that Krampus can manifest in different forms. Santa’s Bag delivers a sliver of hope, of redemption, because Krampus is a man of his word. Sugarplums and Other Carrion is a chilling and sinister tale of disappearing children that shows just how wicked the Krampus curse can be. The Plasticization of Christmas wraps up with a tale that reminds you that no one in your family is spared when you’re a family of deplorable, debaucherous characters ripe for a Jerry Springer episode.
Deadman’s Tome Trumpocalypse
“People love me. And you know what, I have been very successful. Everybody loves me.” – Donald Trump
People love you, alright. But not in the way you think, Mr. Get-Rich-Off-Of-Daddy’s-Tit. People love to mock you. People love to shower you with disrespect. If it was an option, people would drop a steaming pile of sloppy feces on your name. When you pass away, people would line up just to piss on your grave. But that wouldn’t matter to you, would it? The golden showers would come at a price, and boy would people fork over the cash. Regardless, you are the president of the United States of America, and I will raise a glass to you and give you that much. I’’ call you President, but with it comes a whole nasty serving of unadulterated ridicule. This issue of Deadman’s Tome is all about you, Mr. Trump. Dark, twisted, satirical tales at your expense, plus with a interview you had with me that you may not recall. I hope you enjoy.
Deadman’s Tome No Safe Word
I do not believe in trigger warnings or safe spaces. The idea that I would have to warn adults that they’re about to read adult material and that the subject matter might be, gosh, too “adult” for them is pathetic. With that said, No Safe Word might just be the most deplored and debaucherous piece of filth Deadman’s Tome has ever released. No Safe Word is a smooth blend of horrific perversions, hardcore erotica, and the brutal imagery that Deadman’s Tome is known for. With a title like No Safe Word, it should be of no surprise that this issue contains strong images of misogyny, misandry, BDSM, brutal beatings, and demonic sex. If you cannot stomach that, then please, do not go any further.
Deadman’s Tome The Ancient Ones
This collection of dark, Lovecraftian horror contains stories that would hopefully please Cthulhu and the rest of The Ancient Ones. This issue of Deadman’s Tome starts off with Roofwork by Raven McAllister. A slow burn that reads as if it was a long lost work of H. P. Lovecraft recently discovered. Roofwork is followed by The Darkness from the Ground by S. Alessandro Martinez, a balanced blend of Cthulhu cultist and slasher horror. The Tongue of the Ocean by Stanley B. Webb explores the ocean depths for a thing that should not be. A strange dark infestation thrives in the dorms of cursed university in HELL BEYOND EARTH by Jared Kane. A serial killer becomes the prey of an abhorrent monstrosity in The Shambler by Philip Kleaver. Slow No Wake by Jeff C. Stevenson probes into the bizarre sighting of tentacles near the North Carolina Intracoastal Waterway. Under Other Gods by Wallace Boothill explores parallel universes to discover unfathomable horrors. Bury Me Not on the Lonesome Prairie by C. S. Anderson frames a Lovecraft Old Ones story in the Old West with a showdown between gunslingers and Shoggoth. A traveler discovers an ancient journal that tells of ungodly cultist horror during the dark ages in The Tomb in the Sands by Jeff Robertson. The collection closes with War Crimes by M.R. Wallace, a tale that reminds us that even modern military is no match to the powers and influence of The Ancient Ones.
Deadman’s Tome He’s Risen
He’s returned, but not to save…
Deadman’s Tome He’s Risen is an irreverent collection of blasphemous horror dedicated to the king of kings! This sinister issue frames the Resurrection in a way that most horror readers would enjoy, especially zombie fans. From Jesus returning to feast on the living to Jesus kicking undead ass, He’s Risen features unadulterated content that entertains and disturbs. Enjoy.
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Deadman’s Tome March to the Grave
March to the Grave is a very grim look at the horrors of war. Red Roses and White Flags delves deep into PTSD delirium. No Man’s Land follows a fatally wounded soldier and tells of the importance of brotherhood. A Light Just Out of Range explores the chaotic and deplorable conditions of trench warfare. They Can Never Find Out might evoke empathy for a NAZI paranormal team. Guilt weighs heavy in The Blue Light as a wounded marine is haunted by the death of a child on the battlefield. Across The White Desert puts a small team against an unknown evil. Aftermath, the last story in this issue, is a clever parallel that I think would resonate with most veterans.
Deadman’s Tome Monsters Exist
From the time we are young, we fear the monster under the bed or in the closet, making it impossible to sleep without a nightlight. Then, we hear stories of Bigfoot, and maybe even the Mothman around campfires. When we are adults, we wonder if there might actually be supernatural creatures lurking in the shadows. Are these tall tales and urban legends only metaphors for what horrific things humanity is capable of—or do monsters exist?
Go to some terrifying places with this cast of authors. You will be dragged into mystifying realities where demonic fairies hide, where devil monkeys lure carnival-goers to their demise, where Goatmen seek to destroy their prey, and where the goddess of death puts out a hit on victims of her choice. These shocking tales will have you biting your nails and locating that childhood nightlight. Because, in the end, we all know monsters do exist.
Deadman’s Tome Campfire Tales Book One
There is nothing like hearing a scary story over a campfire. Some of the most memorial stories we’ve heard was when we were young, gathered around the warm glow with other kids. To this day, though you may not necessarily recall the words, I’m sure you remember the feeling. The unnerving chill as a sense of dread creeps into your mind, corrupting your heart with fear. The stories in this collection are crafted by talented writers to bring you back to that moment.
Deadman’s Tome Campfire Tales Book Two
When we were young, some of the most memorable tales were the ones that we heard over the sound of a crackling campfire. We heard stories that evoked a creeping sense of unease. We shared tales that caused our blood to run cold, skin to pour sweat, and vision to turn shadows into ghosts. The stories in this collection are designed to bring you back to those moments.
Deadman’s Tome Final Contact
Boldly exploring the vastness of space has its consequences. Military science fiction meets horror.
This anthology blends science fiction and space exploration with horror and dark fiction. Final Contact features science fiction short stories that warn of the consequences of intergalactic war, making first contact with aliens, re-exploring forgotten worlds, and venturing to the outer limits.
Deadman’s Tome Real American Horror
America, a land of prosperity, wealth, and hope, but that’s a fresh coat of paint on a system riddled with corruption, exploitation, and the disillusioned. Real American Horror exposes what lies under the facade: crib-side murder suicide, fear of zika virus, torture in the name of Jesus, Islamic terror, cannibalism, racism, and so much more.
Deadman’s Tome Cthulhu Christmas Special: Other Lovecraftian Yuletide Tales
Cthulhu Christmas and other Lovecraftian Yuletide Tales blends the holly jolly warm feelings of Christmas with the unfathomable dread and absolute horror of H. P. Lovecraft. The ancient one arrives to borrow from A Nightmare Before Christmas, but good ole Cthulhu doesn’t want to be nice. No. He wants to feed off your fear! He wants to feast on your flesh and drink your blood.
Deadman’s Tome Shit Fest (Shit Show)
A disgusting, yet hilarious serving of toilet time horror!
Welcome to the Shit Fest. A disgusting horror short story collection that will make you rethink just how safe you really are. These stories will make you dread dropping that morning deuce. They’ll make you question the food you eat, the buildings you walk by, and toxicity of just a little fart. Because, as we all know, while the loud ones are awful, it’s the silent one’s that you really have to worry about.
The Ancient Ones II
The Ancient Ones delivers a short but powerful collection of gripping Lovecraftian short stories.
The Ancient Ones II consists of seven Lovecraftian horror stories. The Keswick Oddity tells of detectives daring to face an unfathomable fear. North by Due North puts military might against Ancient muscle. Something Eating At You tackles mystery and dread of the unknown. Pokethulhu modernizes Cthulhu mythos into collectible pocket monsters. The Prince dwells in the dread of the unknown as a man dares to learn about things he should probably leave alone. Delicious Meat introduces and explores a modern Ancient Ones cult, and A Gift from the Stars is practically a love letter from H. P. Lovecraft.
Deadman’s Tome The Conspiracy Issue
Why are we drawn to conspiracies? Is it because that beneath the layers of fabrication and gossip lies an element of truth? This book contains ten stories that explore several conspiracy theories such as MK Ultra, lizard people, manufactured suicides, and shadow people. The book also contains leaked communications between politicians and known terrorists, and a report regarding current top secret North Korean operations on US soil. Be advised the stories in this book are based on real horrific events.
Deadman’s Tome Real American Horror: Texas
Stories of ghosts, secret experiments, and psycho killers based on or influenced by real events in Texas.
Deadman’s Tome ReUnion
ReUnions have an eerie feel about them, don’t they? Gather with family and strangers you’ve never ever met before simply because you share something in common. Shared secrets and hidden truths bind us with others much like flesh and blood, but what happens when the secrets get out?
Deadman’s Tome Bikers VS The Undead
If the thought of hot leather, loud bikes, and zombie slaying does something for you, then you’ll enjoy everything about Bikers VS The Undead!
Deadman’s Tome Trumpocalypse
Deadman’s Tome Book of Horrors III
Book of Horrors III contains dark fiction and chilling horror for those that can handle it. The short stories contained within this anthology are a blend of crime thriller, contemporary horror, and lovecraft inspired pieces. Beware, reading these stories might cause you to go mad and suffer from irrational behaviors.
Deadman’s Tome Book of Horrors II
This accursed ancient tome contains tales of sinister mutations, carnal perversions, harrowing afflictions, insatiable blood lust, and absolute terror. When unearthed from the ruins of the ancient city of R’lyeh, a bizarre and sinister fate fell upon the excavators. The laborers reported excruciating migraines, bleeding from various orifices, and suffered from demonic hallucinations. The foremen reported visions of hell on Earth and spoke of direct contact with demonic entities. Investigators tried to make contact with those afflicted to verify the claims, but with each attempt came a horrible fate. One poor soul went as far as to put a bullet in his head the moment a journalist began an interview. The journalist, after relaying the chilling episode, stabbed his own eyes out with his fingers. Another laborer was contacted for an interview, but halfway through he ate his own tongue. Afflicted with madness, the man bashed the reporter’s skull in with the digital recorder before authorities could respond.
Featuring eight titillating tales, this anthology delivers a chilling blend of provocative horror. THE WOMAN IN RED opens with a lusting and blood thirsty couple hell bent to outshine Jack the Ripper. Take a bizarre road trip delivering body parts with a hot blonde with a twisted past in HEAD TRIP. DOSE goes through hookers and drugs faster than Charlie Sheen, explores the S&M scene, while delivering a haunting climax. SEX TOY plays with an odd, foreign and blasphemous sex curio that takes a couple’s love life to a whole new level. TOUCH ME, I’M SICK warns of a grave consequence no lustful adulterer would ever want to pay. THE VAMPIRE NYMPH wraps up the anthology with sizzling vampire sex served with a cold dish of irony. The anthology concludes with TURBO SLUT: EAT MORE PUSSY and EAT SHIT AND DIE – two ultra-violent, hyper-sexualized, and brutally offensive and unapologetic cyberpunk episodes of SexBots gone psycho!
Warning to the perverts (don’t feel ashamed), while the stories featured have adult themes and erotic moments, they’re not erotica. The stories will help you achieve HORRGASM, though!
Deadman’s Tome Book of Horrors I
Lost, but not forgotten. Discarded, but not abandoned. Rumor has it that somewhere deep in the dark abyss lies an ancient relic of wicked men, a product of madness. A tome of horrors so unimaginable, so unfathomable that a few lines was all it took for people to go mad. There are documented accounts of this book shattering families, tearing through the strongest of examples of love, causing mothers and fathers to devour their young. Somewhere, lost in the ocean of misinformation, exist reports of small towns cursed with mass hysteria, mass murderous delusions, consumed by either fire, cannibalistic orgies, or both. Every time, this ancient tome, the very book you are reading, was found beneath the rubble. Of course, this is only a copy, and only a fragment of the original tome. Any curse or dark spirit that haunted the original shouldn’t possess a mere replica. You should be safe, but if you begin to see shadows in the dark, smell burning from the walls, and hear voices outside your windows, then do not continue. You have been warned
Deadman’s Tome Best of the Demonic
The Best of the Demonic compiles an assortment of editor picks as a way to celebrate our two years of publication. Loaded with ten gruesome, horrific tales that will pull you to the edge of your seat, this greatest hits anthology will deliver back-to-back a complimentary sample of what Deadman’s Tome is all about. Fans of our thriving ezine, you already know that this purchase will be totally worth it. Those passing by, you don’t need to hold on to your doubt. As a growing monthly electronic magazine, the quality of our releases has increased phenomenally, and this anthology is a sort of snapshot of what we become.
If you crave horror, if you enjoy a good chill running down your spine, then look no further. Deadman’s Tome delivers.
Deadman’s Tome Best of the Tome
Celebrating three years of publication is nice, but without friends and associates to share the moment with, the party would grow very boring, very fast. To that end, we reached out to everyone that has ever helped us in the past for their personal favorite picks and reasons why they enjoy this online magazine of the macabre.
Featuring fifteen tales designed to instill fear: Plain Old Wrong by K.S. Riggin, Solitary Man by M. R. Nelson, Inky Beast by M.J. Nichols, Armstice Day by D.D. Bell, and a lot more.
Deadman’s Tome Best of the Demonic (POETRY EDITION)
The Best of the Demonic: Poetry Edition is tailored with the same respectful touch we used with its counterpart. We gathered all of the poems out from the depths of our archives and scanned each and every one of them for a handpicked chosen. The fruits of our labor means for your guaranteed enjoyment. Every poem included in this anthology has earned its spot, and that means for a collection of quality poetry for your eyes to feast upon.
Reader beware, however, that even through the simple lines of poetry can madness be instilled.
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Deadman’s Tome No Safe Word