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Blood & Tacos #3

4.3 of 5 stars 4.30  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Welcome back! CGP is very pleased to present another issue of blood and guts, mayhem and ... tacos.

Blood & Tacos 3 includes a schwack of fist-pumping fiction from the legendary Stephen Mertz, along with Garnett Elliott, Todd Robinson, Chris La Tray and Rob Kroese. Like you couldn't have read that on the cover.

We're also featuring a great article this month on the Canno
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Published September 1st 2012 by Creative Guy Publishing

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As with the first two volumes, there's much fun to be had with this collection of stories and articles that pay tribute and satirize the manly men’s adventure stories of the 1970s-’80s. There’s lots of good stuff in here including stories featuring a martial arts fight where sex toys are used for weapons, a chemist who tries to take down a drug infested town with items he literally pulls out of his ass and an ocean battle against sharks and Mayan Nazi Vampires.

But the best part of this one is a
James Thane
As the cover alone would suggest, this is another fun read for those who enjoyed the men's adventure books and stories from the 1970s and '80s. The two best stories are probably "The Chemistrator" and "Studs Winslow and the Bitches of the Fifth Reich." Both are way over the top but a lot of fun if you like this sort of thing.

As in the case of volume 2, though, all of the writers fall a bit short of living up to the title story from volume 1, "discovered" by the series creator, Johnny Shaw, and
Funktastic! No other word for it. Wish I could get the awesome cover as a poster.
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Johnny Shaw was born and raised on the Calexico/Mexicali border, the setting for his award-winning Jimmy Veeder Fiasco series, which includes the novels DOVE SEASON and PLASTER CITY. He is also the author of the Anthony Award-winning adventure novel, BIG MARIA.

His shorter work has appeared in Thuglit, Crime Factory, Shotgun Honey, Plots with Guns, and numerous anthologies. He is the creator and ed
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