Many years ago, inexpensive pulp books made heroes available to everyone in magazine form. Then, along came comic books and television, and the pulp fiction magazines went away.
Short Fiction in recent years has focused on one-shot heroes. While many talented writers pen short stories, it’s hard to get to know or appreciate characters who, after one story, are never heard from again.
Great heroes such as Zorro and Sherlock Holmes were born as short story characters. Today, future Zorros and Holmeses languish for lack of a forum.
Thus, the purpose for Laser and Sword Magazine. We believe the time is ripe for a new generation of heroes, particularly with what has beset the media that supplanted the pulps. Hollywood has run out of ideas, and is constantly trying to remaking older more successful works. Many Comic Books have turned away from the heroic in order to appease a post-modern age.
At Laser and Sword Magazine, we believe in heroes. We believe in high quality work and are dedicated to telling the great stories that demand to be told.
We hold to a Christian worldview. That doesn’t mean inside every story is a sermon, but that does mean you can expect a certain standard in the stories you read.
This does not mean that a story will not ruffle someone’s theological feathers or that all the characters are Saints. But rather, we believe in a right and wrong and absolute truth, and absolute good and evil. That will be reflected in the stories we tell.
4 thoughts on “Welcome to Laser and Sword Magazine”
Is dis ting on?
Yep and ready for bidness.
I like your idea. The old serial fiction should make a comeback. Something like the old fashioned Buck Rogers would be cool to see. Maybe you can make an audio version of the stories in the future. Just my two cents worth. God bless.
Joseph H. Ficor
Doing an audio program with Laser and Sword is a great idea. Unfortunately, I only have 1 story written and with my current situation would be too much stress, but it’s a great idea for later.
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