Tuesday, December 8, 2015


A big thank you to Timothy Deforest for his kind Amazon review of Edgar Rice Burroughs' At The Earth's Core graphic novel adaptation by Bobby Nash and Jamie Chase from Sequential Pulp Comics and Dark Horse Comics.

Tim writes: This is an enormously enjoyable adaptation of Burroughs' first Pellucidar novel. It's a faithful version of the story and the art has a rawness to it that highlights the savagery of Pellucidar.

Much appreciated, Tim.

Of course, there's still plenty of time for you to pick up a copy and judge for yourself. See what fans have been saying and order your copy today for 15% off at Amazon.
Deluxe hardcover dust jacket art by Jamie Chase
A Graphic Novel by Bobby Nash and Jamie Chase

Edgar Rice Burroughs' 1914 pulp fantasy epic comes to life! Follow David Innes and Abner Perry as they take their "iron mole" five hundred miles below the Earth's crust to a world known as Pellucidar. Thrill as they cross paths with the evil Mahar, the ape-like Sagoths, and all manner of prehistoric creatures . . . as well as the lovely Dian the Beautiful! More than simply an epic adventure, At the Earth's Core is also one of Burroughs' most compelling love stories.

Published by Sequential Pulp Comics and Dark Horse Comics Edgar Rice Burroughs' At The Earth's Core graphic novel is now available in comic book shops and booksellers everywhere.

Standard hardcover art by Jamie Chase
You can purchase EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS' AT THE EARTH'S CORE at the following:
Dark Horse Direct (hardcover)          Amazon (Hardcover)
Barnes and Noble (hardcover)           DCBS (hardcover)
Forbidden Planet (hardcover)            Bud's Art Books (hardcover)
Amazon UK (hardcover)                   Readings Australia (hardcover)
ebay (hardcover)                               Dark Horse Direct (deluxe hardcover)
Amazon (deluxe hardcover)               Barnes and Noble (deluxe hardcover)
DCBS (deluxe hardcover)                 Forbidden Planet (deluxe hardcover)
Bud's Art Books (deluxe hardcover)  Amazon UK (deluxe hardcover)
Amazon (Kindle)                               Comixology (ebook)
Nook (ebook)
And more.

You can find previews of the interior art/story herehereherehere, and here.

Reviews are important for books, even those that aren't high praise. An honest, well thought out review means the world to us in terms of letting us know areas where we can improve and with showing different rankings. All reviews are appreciated. I would like to thank everyone who has left reviews at Amazon, Amazon UK, Barnes and Noble, Books A Million, blogs, and more. Please, keep 'em coming.

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