Thursday, April 16, 2015

DC's Convergence features Skartaris

Sorry if this is spoilers, but that would be a bit unavoidable given the nature of this blog and the reveal, it wouldn't appear here if there were no mention of the Warlord setting. Here's a relevant snippet from the article (found here):

When you talk about the way you can defeat them is “inside the planet,” and then you have Deimos show up on the last page, is it safe to assume that Skartaris will play a major role in the way Telos (the world) functions in a way that maybe Telos (the character) doesn't really understand?

Out of my own curiosity, will we see any of the rest of the Skartaris crew? I mean, Grell finally gave Travis Morgan the end he'd been working toward for thirty years.


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Sunday, February 15, 2015

The Dead World

A Pellucidar novelette written with the approval of the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate.

A plague is spewing forth from the Dead World, the stationary moon that hovers over the Land of Awful Shadow in the land within the Earth. David Innes, Emperor of Pellucidar, and the eccentric inventor, Abner Perry, rig a balloon to carry them to the Dead World. But Pellucidar's mysterious moon is not what it seems, and far more bizarre than they ever dreamed. It holds the answer as to how Pellucidar was formed - and how it will be destroyed. Can they stop the plague before it wipes out all life in the Inner World?
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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Mystron: Man from Hollow Earth

Mystron, The Man from Hollow Earth is a character from The Outer Space Men toy series. The toy line was originally produced in the 1960s as bendy figures. The characters primarily were men from each planet of the solar system and other aliens. 

Then in 2008 a new company re-released more traditionally articulate versions of the old characters and added some new ones to the line up- drawing from other realms and planes. One of new guys was Mystron.






Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Batman: Odyssey

Batman in a hollow world, but not Skartaris, interestingly enough.