The Shark Men

Finally, a new book is out. This is a novella based on an idea inspired by 1970s ecology horror movies like FROGS! and SHOCK WAVES.

“A group of tourists head into an uncharted region of Brazilian forest. Beyond a fence of jungle vegetation they discover a concrete island in the center of an artificial lake. Using a derelict boat to cross the murky water, they are attacked by ravenous aquatic predators.

An elderly stranger appears, taking the survivors into his secret fortress, a former military research station. He reveals that he has created a breed of half man, half shark mutations, and his guests will be fed to the specimens to satisfy their hunger.

The tourists imprison the deranged scientist and seek a means of escape. But can they survive against creatures who possess the most lethal traits of shark and man?”

Book cover image

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Interview about Book Trailers

I was interviewed by Hollywood North Magazine about my Azzam and Korkon book trailers.


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Book Trailer for Korkon and the Demon

Finally completed.

2 minutes of giant demon smashing, monster mashing, and barbarian party crashing.


Korkon and the Demon sword and sorcery book trailer (Harryhausen movie style) from KGodel on Vimeo.

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Another sneak peek

A formidable demonic opponent for the demon of Korkon.

Or more accurately a section of it (or him or them).

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And we’re back.

Been busy behind the scenes working on the book trailer for Korkon and the Demon.  One shot left.  This is one of the casualties of the process. fightgiantdiscarded

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Demon screen grab

Korkon’s 30 foot demonic guardian in a shot from the 2 minute trailer coming soon.

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Two Sorcerers, a Decade Apart

Two Sorcerers, a Decade Apart

In 1998 a miniature sculpture version of Zaavan the magician, a villainous character from the Amazing Voyage of Azzam, was constructed. In 2014 a digitally realized cinematic version of the character was made (both based on Conrad Veidt’s Jafar, from the Thief of Baghdad).

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