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He’s sent costumed mutants on a multidimensional quest to prevent the universe’s destruction, and guided Death along the Las Vegas Strip in its search for victims. But now Steven A. Roman, bestselling author of X-Men: The Chaos Engine Trilogy and Final Destination: Dead Man’s Hand, is ready to introduce a brand-new adventure heroine to dark-urban-fantasy readers, courtesy of independent publishing house StarWarp Concepts.

BLOOD FEUD: THE SAGA OF PANDORA ZWIEBACK, Book 1 (ISBN-13: 978-0-9841741-0-2), on sale now, is the first novel in a Young Adult dark-urban-fantasy series. Its heroine is a 16-year-old, Queens, NY, Goth girl dealing with two major life-changing problems: her parents’ recent divorce, and an unwanted, decade-long ability to see through the human guises of the monsters that have always been living in the world.

Helping Pan come to terms with both is Sebastienne Mazarin, a 400-year-old, shape-shifting monster hunter she befriends. Together, the women set out to protect the world from the creatures of the night, starting in Blood Feud with a war among rival vampire clans seeking the key to an ultimate weapon.

Featuring cover art by legendary painter Bob Larkin (Doc Savage, The Savage Sword of Conan, Tomb of Dracula), Blood Feud is currently available for order from brick-and-mortar and online bookstores, and soon from the StarWarp Concepts Web site.

For more information–including the downloadable, introductory comic book The Saga of Pandora Zwieback #0–please visit the Web sites and

via Star Warp Concepts

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  1. TaZ
    August 8, 2011 at 6:36 pm — Reply

    Who put the picture of my daughter on a comic?

    • August 9, 2011 at 1:37 pm — Reply

      So that means you’ll be buying it for her, right? ;-)

  2. August 9, 2011 at 5:46 pm — Reply


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