Demons of Manhattan

OCCULT MASTER AND PERSONAL SPIRIT WARRIOR RETURN FROM OBSCURITY! ‘DEMONS OF MANHATTAN: ZONGAR, THE MIRACLE MAN’ DEBUTS FROM PULP DOMAIN FOR 99 CENTS!

Demons of Manhattan

Rising from Forgotten Four Color Origins, Characters of All Types Live Again in a shared World of Their Own! PULP DOMAIN, an epic concept reviving obscure comic book characters in the Public Domain as modern Pulp Heroes and Villains, brings the weird and wild, the brave and unbelievable, the vile and out of this world to life once more, thanks to concept creator and author Tommy Hancock.

A man of the world, both the natural and the occult, returns from very special duty in World War II, service that kept him trapped in warfare with monsters and magics unimagined for two years beyond the physical battle. Finding himself in the unique Bannister Club in New York City, he knows that even though he’s once again a civilian, the conflict he fought through is far from over.

Known publicly as The Miracle Man, Zongar uncovers a den of damnation in the heart of Manhattan, one that ties into his own greatest power and his closest ally, the magical presence known as Abaraxx. Together the two will stand toe to toe with a crime boss obsessed with the occult determined to make New York his own city of hell!

DEMONS OF MANHATTAN is Book Five of Eighty, the fifth short story of eighty to be released over the next year establishing the good and bad guys and all that fall in between for the shared universe of PULP DOMAIN. Concept created and written by Tommy Hancock.

With a stunning cover by Antonino Lo Iacono and Marzia Marina, this fifth tale in Pulp Domain is available exclusively on Amazon for only 99 cents and Kindle Unlimited Members can read this short story for free!

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Thanks for reading,

Ernest

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