The Bulletproof Adventures of Damian Stockwell: Horror in Honduras

I always enjoyed the pulp adventures from the 30’s—Doc Savage, The Shadow, Tarzan. They all had a simplicity that was just fun to read. Larger than life characters with a moral code. Fantastic gadgets with little basis in actual science. And, over the top adventure in every story. So little thinking and so much fun.

Over the past year, I serialized my own pulp title in my newsletter. Now that the adventure is complete, I’ve made it available on Kindle. I invite you to join Damian Stockwell—part pulp adventurer and part Frank Drebin—as he faces peril with his trusted valet Bertrand in pursuit of the Horror in Honduras.

Raised from birth to be a force for justice, Damian Stockwell has forever trained to combat the evils of the world. Blessed with the physique of a demigod and one of the world’s foremost minds, he travels the globe on a quest to confront evil and punch it in the face. At his disposal is a vast fortune, an endless array of gadgets and loyal friends.

Now, one of those friends has gone missing in a Central American jungle and the only clue is the grotesque image of a demonic tribal mask. Dam and his trusted valet Bertrand rush headlong into danger and go face-to-face with evil incarnate to save their missing friend and attempt to destroy the Horror in Honduras.

Get it now at Amazon. 

One comment

  1. I realize you have precious little free-time, but you may want to check out the limited series, “Masks”, published by Dynamite Entertainment. It stars pulp favorites, The Shadow, Green Hornet, Zorro, and literally dozens of others!

    Besides, you could use a break and who doesn’t love comics?

    By the way, Damian Stockwell sounds like a fascinating character. i can’t wait to dive into this adventure!

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