Age of Heroes emerged blinking into the light a couple of months back, and here’s what the worthy and venerable Starburst magazine had to say about it.
If that’s tl;dr for you, the pull quote is “cracking pulp fun. Well worth a read, especially if you love Greek gods or superheroes of any type.” Can’t argue with that assessment.
Out next week is Cthulhu Casebooks #1, Sherlock Holmes and the Shadwell Shadows, first instalment of my Conan Doyle/H.P. Lovecraft mashup trilogy. Depicted below is the first box-load of copies, fresh from the printer.
There’ve already been a couple of excellent write-ups. One is by the esteemed Maxim Jakubowski over at lovereading (he says, “Atmospheric, wading through London’s proverbial fog, our hardy sleuths are soon confronted by abominable powers from the other side and their adventures are both momentous and joyous. Perfect entertainment in a handsome small hardcover format.”).
The other is from SFX magazine, as below:
Any plans, or even musings, for another Pantheon book?
The series is immensely enjoyable.
I’m afraid not. I think I’ve taken the series as far as I can and I’m moving on to other projects. I’m delighted that you’ve enjoyed the books, though.