Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Who was the Mysterious Avenger known as a Titan of Justice? New Pulp Character Joins the Emperorverse.

To Combat a Colossus of Crime...

They Created a Titan of Justice!

When Hellbat, a criminal with superspeed, and Alain Sarnov, an international spy, among other Titan, and his operator, Johnny London, a brainy, audacious teenager. There's a new champion among The Emperor’s swashbuckling comrades. Joining the pantheon are a towering defender of justice, the Titan, a remote-controlled robot, and the quick-thinking Johnny London.
dangers, threaten the world, the only thing standing in their way is a robot named
"Costumed superheroes, fast-paced action, and plots that will knock your  socks off! Jackson couples original characters with seductive situations that will have you  on the edge of your seat." –J. D. Crayne, author, How to Bonk a Zombie.
Yes, a New Superhero is Born!

There's a new champion among The Emperor’s Swashbuckling comrades, from the amazing Emperorverse casebooks by Charles Lee Jackson, II. Joining the pantheon is a towering colossus of Justice, a robot operated by a teenaged boy, by radio control. With the help of his scientist father and detective uncle, young Johnny London uses complex radio-controlled computers to drive a powerful machine into the field, to enter the fray at the controls of… The Titan! Another hero chronicled in “The Emperor’s Secret Files”.

Johnny London and his uncle Dick work to rescue the boy’s father from the clutches of the evil international spy Alain Sarnov, who’s kidnapped the scientist to sell to foreign agents. To the rescue, the Londons’ secret weapon, the Titan, a remotely controlled robot, a radio-operated puppet that’s “Got No Strings”

When Thomas London’s attention is diverted by a submarine mystery, and with the disappearance of the investigating scientists, he sends the Titan to take charge. But when the lab loses contact with the Titan, Thomas, Dick, and Johnny must work quickly to save not only the explorers but the robot itself, lost when “Down Went McGinty”

A new super-crook appears, a speed-demon who robs banks and creates mayhem in seconds and escapes in a flash. And when he attacks Professor London’s colleague Manfred Bailey, the Titan, though handicapped by mysterious interference, joins the opposition to a criminal who moves like a “Bat Out of Hell”

Johnny London and his girlfriend Peggy have volunteered as counselors at a summer camp for inner-city kids. But some of the big kids are bullying the little guys, and Johnny must find a way to save the day without the Titan becoming a bully himself, some way to show that threats and violence don’t make a “Champion of the Salamanders” 

Click here to read this delightful new entry in the expanding saga of the Emperorverse - only 99 cents.

No comments:

Post a Comment