Throughout the ages people of every race, creed, color, culture and community have looked to heroes to save the day.
From the oldest moment of recorded history, stories have served to entertain us, teach us, enlighten us and inform our worldview.
We all encounter conflicts daily, some small, some not so, but there’s an instinctive allure inside all of us, a draw to larger than life strife, the kinds found in stories that require heroes to rise up and save the day.
The place of heroes within these stories, therefore, is as necessary to human life as the very air we breath.
Mike Bullock was cut from the same cloth as authors of days gone by, men and women who spun fantastical tales of adventure from the nearest dark alley to the farthest reaches of space. Stories of heroes, overcoming conflicts and saving the day.
From his overactive imagination springs the heroes and stories found in Runemaster Press.
And others such as Dynamo Jack, The Atomic Warlord, Leviathan, Silver Spartan…
In addition to his new pulp fiction characters, Bullock has written stories featuring The Phantom, Zorro, Mandrake the Magician, Captain Action, Gladiator, The Black Bat, Golden Amazon, Captain Future, The Iron Ace, Air Boy, and many more.
Having grown up on a steady diet of tales from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Robert E. Howard, Lee Falk, Stan Lee, Bill Mantlo, George Lucas and other speculative fiction masterminds, it’s no wonder Bullock’s creative well doesn’t appear to be running dry any time soon.