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A Picture Tells a Thousand Words, a Comic Tells a Whole Story

Those who’ve read the print versions of Justin Robinson’s City of Devils and Fifty Feet of Trouble know how enriched they are by Fernando Caire’s funky, witty illustrations that illuminate Justin’s vivid characters. Recently, Fernando was inspired to create a micro-story within Justin’s noir alt-history monsterverse and generously shared it with us. Without further unnecessary […]

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All Wet: City of Devils/Fifty Feet of Trouble Companion Story by Justin Robinson

Those lucky souls, human or otherwise, who’ve read Fifty Feet of Trouble have encountered Merry Celestial and its intrepid crew. To give more background on this much-storied vessel, Justin Robinson has written a special companion story to City of Devils and Fifty Feet of Trouble. Fans of Captain El Acerico and Ensign Pulverized, rejoice and […]

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Liner Notes: Fifty Feet of Trouble

Justin Robinson shares his thoughts about creating Fifty Feet of Trouble: That I would return to the City of Devils universe was a given. Honestly, if I had my druthers I’d never leave it. I’d just keep expanding it and expanding it, moving past the Walter Mosley-meets-Roger Corman detective stories of Nick Moss and into […]

Fifty Feet of Trouble Giveaway

The Halloween launch of Fifty Feet of Trouble, the next jaunt of irrepressible Nick Moss, is almost upon us! Candlemark & Gleam readers first met Nick – WWII veteran, Night Wars survivor, member of the dwindling human cohort, hard-bitten private eye – in Justin Robinson’s neo-noir comédie fantastique City of Devils. We’re giving away five […]

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Cover Reveal: Fifty Feet of Trouble by Justin Robinson

Candlemark & Gleam readers first met Nick Moss – WWII veteran, Night Wars survivor, member of the dwindling human cohort, hard-bitten private eye – in Justin Robinson’s neo-noir comédie fantastique City of Devils. Nick springs back to action in Fifty Feet of Trouble, and Kate Sullivan has created the pitch-perfect visual summary of his predicament: […]