Probably one for the lads (sorry no naked boobies).

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Mobsters, Monsters and Nazis

by
Dan O’Brien



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Here’s a one-of-a-kind reading experience for the guys that have refused to grow up! Dan O’Brien has teamed up with illustrator Steve Ferchaud to blend hard boiled, dark, detective stories with pulp comics.

Sounds perfect for those cold approaching winter nights, eh, fellas?

Mobsters,
Monsters and Nazis
follows private investigator Derrick Diamond as
he searches for a device that the Nazis need
for their nefarious experiments. He’s aided by Ava Harpy, a lounge singer at
the Yellow Monarch, and as they dive deep into the underbelly of the city,
they uncover a sordid plot that is much larger than they could have
possibly imagined.
So without further ado let’s introduce Dan O’Brien’s latest project: Mobsters, Monsters and Nazis: a collaboration between Dan
O’Brien and Steve Ferchaud, who illustrated Conspirators of the Lost Sock Army and the Loose Change Collection Agency
What Dan is
revealing today are the sketches for some of the interior illustrations (which
will be black and white) of the first issue
of Mobsters,
Monsters and Nazis
. The books will be released as six issues
(eBooks) starting on Halloween.

Influenced by film noir, pulp comics, and
an abiding love of Lovecraft, it is now available for 
pre-order so what are you waiting for?

Dan would love to hear what you think of it so far. Visit him at the Dan O’Brien Project or find him on Twitter.

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