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Awesome Tales #2: Der Fuehrer Mabuse (Volume 2) Paperback – October 28, 2015
"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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About the Author
Film reviewer/screenwriter R. Allen Leider (editor) began his career in 1970 as copy boy for "The CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite." In 1973, he became features writer for "The Monster Times" and went on to work at "Show", "Celebrity", "Glitter", and other international publications. His photo-journalistic work has been syndicated worldwide. He lives in Manhattan with wife Barbara, a professional photographer. In 1984, he created the original story and screenplay for "The Oracle" (1985), and hosted his own radio show, "Cinemascene", on WWFM for five years. Presently, he writes and edits the online "Black Cat Review" magazine. His latest projects are "Wicca Girl", a magical fantasy action-adventure following 18 year old Maldonna Marie d’Lambert from her Medieval childhood thru her transformation to Witch Queen to her modern day assignments as a supernatural MI-6 agent … and the "Hellfire Lounge" anthology series.
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"Awesome Tales" #2 (Fall 2015) has their "Der Fuhrer Mabuse" as the cover feature. This story makes use of the classic pulp and film villain, Dr. Mabuse, who has the ability of telepathic hypnosis. Set when Dr. Mabuse is trapped in an insane asylum, things go array when someone wonders if Dr. Mabuse might fall into the hands of the Nazis. Or is it the other way around?
Rounding out the issue are three more stories. John L. French has a detective story with an occult twist. Another story from the late C.J. Henderson is next. And finally, another strange little story by K.T. Pinto.
Another great issue. The third issue is out and plans are to get this out on a quarterly basis.