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Phantacea Publications enters its 35th Year

Sed-eye and Fangfingers cover sedonic eyes

Unmindful of whomever or whatever they trample beneath their mountainous feet, by far the mightiest of the Inner Earth's Shining Ones turn on each other unrelentingly.

Nearly 500 years of goodwill left over from the declaration of Panharmonium dissipates with calamitous rapidity. Perhaps unfairly, those who've worshipped them for thousands of years promptly begin losing faith in all their devil-gods.

Yet the Dead don’t stay dead. They rise, disbelievers no longer. They battle on, their newly puissant goddess to exalt the higher. Come All-Death Day more Dead Things are marching than Living Beings are breathing, let alone fighting back.

Fecundity no longer, the Vampire Queen of the Dead looks to rule the world – both sides of it!

... the 10-second synopsis to "Janna Fangfingers", now available from Phantacea Publications

For more on the actual celestial phenomena upon which the eye-collages were based, click here. There's additional information re the Sedonic Eye here and here. The complete cover for Phase One #1 is here whereas yet another variation of it is here.

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Cover for the Death's Head Hellion, artwork prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010Cover for the Contagion Collectors, artwork prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010

"Forever & 40 Days — The Genesis of PHANTACEA", a graphic novel with additional features written by Jim McPherson, "Feeling Theocidal" (Book One of 'The Thrice Cursed Godly Glories'), "The War of the Apocalyptics" (the opening entry in the Launch 1980 story cycle), the three mini-novels, "The Death's Head Hellion", "Contagion Collectors" and "Janna Fangfingers", that comprise "The 1000 Days of Disbelief" (Book Two of 'The Thrice Cursed Godly Glories'), the trilogy's concluding novel, "Goddess Gambit", the graphic novel "Phantacea Revisited 1: The Damnation Brigade", "Nuclear Dragons"(the second, full-length entry in the Launch 1980 story cycle), plus the latest graphic novel, "Phantacea Revisited 2: Cataclysm Catalyst", and "Helios on the Moon", the culminating entry in the Launch 1980 story cycle, should be available at your favourite book stops.

If they're not, kindly direct local librarians and neighbourhood booksellers to in order to start rectifying that sad situation. Either that or, if you're feeling even more proactive, click here, copy the link, paste it into an email and send it to them, along with everyone else you reckon could use a double dose of anheroic fantasy. It will certainly be appreciated.

Help build the buzz. The more books sell, the faster the PHANTACEA Mythos spreads.

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Covers for Feeling Theocidal and Forever and Forty DaysTwo Ian  Bateson covers of the same scene

Individual copies of "Feeling Theocidal", "The War of the Apocalyptics", the three mini-novels comprising "The Thousand Days of Disbelief" ("The Death's Head Hellion", "Contagion Collectors" and "Janna Fangfingers") and "Goddess Gambit" can be ordered from and its affiliates, including and, as well as from Barnes & Noble.

Libraries, bookstores and bookseller collectives can place bulk orders through Ingram Books, Ingram International, Baker & Taylor, Coutts Information Services, and a large number of other distributors worldwide.

E-books for Kindle, Kindle Fire, I-pad, I-phone and other applications can be ordered through, and other amazon affiliates worldwide. An interactive e-book containing the entirety of "Feeling Theocidal", as built specifically for Adobe Reader, is available direct from the publisher. (Certified cheques or money orders only, please.) E-books on other platforms are also available. Check you favourite online bookseller for the latest list and ordering instructions for Phantacea Publications. lists the latest releases from Phantacea Publications along with a goodly number of additional booksellers carrying them. Also listed therein are almost all of the PHANTACEA Mythos print and e-publications, including the graphic novel and some of the comic books.

Another interesting option for the curious is Chegg, which has a rent-a-book program. Thus far its search engine shows no results for phantacea (any style or permutation thereof) but it does recognize Jim McPherson (a variety of them) and the titles of many releases from Phantacea Publications.

As for the Whole Earth (other than the Hidden Continent of Sedon's Head, at least as far as I can say and always assuming it's still around in what be its 61st century), well, this page contains a list of a few other websites where you can probably order the novels in a variety of currencies and with credit cards.

Of course you can always email or send me your order(s) via surface mail. No matter where you live or what currency you prefer to use, I'll figure out a way to fill your order(s) myself. Just be aware that I can only accept certified cheques or money orders. Plus, I'll have to charge an additional 12% to cover Canadian and provincial goods and sales taxes as well as Canada Post rates for shipping.

I do use bubble mailers, though.

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Autumn 2011

1. Featured Story
2. Introductory Remarks
3. PHANTACEA Essentials (Lynx to illustrated mini-essays)
4. Hestia Housekeeping
5. Today's Topic
6. Latest Stories and Synopses
7. Notes on Graphics
8. Sites with Loads of Graphics
9. Previous pHpubs
10. Novels in search of a paying publisher

Web-Publisher's Commentary

1000-Daze cover collages prepared by Jim McPherson

"Janna Fangfingers"

"The 1000 Days of Disbelief"

Written by Jim McPherson

Covers prepared by Jim McPherson, 2008/11

Phantacea Publications

(James H McPherson, Publisher)

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Jim McPherson's PHANTACEA Mythos

- written by Jim McPherson
- unless otherwise noted the web-design, photographs and/or scanning are by Jim McPherson
- where applicable artwork is as noted in the mouse-over text

© copyright 2011 Jim McPherson

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Logo reads Featured Story, prepared on PHOTOSHOP by Jim McPherson, 2002

Sedon Purge 5476-5495  

Contagion Collectors aimed to destroy the Inner Earth’s Shining Ones, their devil-gods, by killing off those who would worship them – virtually everyone alive beneath the Cathonic Dome that enclosed the Hidden Continent of Sedon’s Head.

Thrygragos Everyman and his firstborn Unities thought them sorted when they stormed the Hoodoo Hamlet in 5476 as the four fearsome Horsemen of the Apocalypse. And so they had … except, it wasn’t just the bringers who needed sorting. It was the poxes and plagues they brought.

The Hidden Headworld needed purging. There could be no doubt of that. Yet the Moloch Sedon had disappeared from the night’s sky years earlier and evinced no signs of returning. Everyone knew what needed to be done yet no one, especially not Thrygragos Everyman,  the Lord Laziest of Great Gods, was willing to command the purge begun.

Then someone, ostensibly in the name of love, played a Trigregos Gambit. The Head lost its Balance, capitalized and female. Her brother Unities, Order and Chaos, regarded each other balefully.

No longer restrained, a continental catastrophe of unprecedented proportions ensued.

-- from the back cover of "Janna Fangfingers", the concluding mini-novel extracted from "The Thousand Days of Disbelief"

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Greetings. Welcome or welcome back.

Ad for print publications prepared by Jim McPherson, 2011

"Feeling Theocidal", "The War of the Apocalyptics", "The Death's Head Hellion", "Contagion Collectors" and "Janna Fangfingers" are available for ordering either by credit card or from the publisher by certified cheque and/or money orders.

The Kindle-version of "Feeling Theocidal" can be ordered from ( and ( No word yet when it will be available via any of the other amazon outlets.

To order any of the other PHANTACEA Mythos print publications that are still available, including returned copies of PHANTACEA #1, click here or here.

If you're ordering from me, I decided not to incur the cost of trying to set up an online payment system since they seem to benefit the intermediary more so than the publisher.

That means certified cheques or money orders only please. And that in turn means stamps, an envelope and a trip to either the bank or the post office.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

Next door is the usual Hestia Housekeeping subsection of 'pHpubs'.

Contact me at Feel free to ask any questions you might have regarding PHANTACEA.

I'll do my best to answer them either directly or right here in 'pHpubs'.

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Hestia Housekeeping

| What's New Intro | Latest overview of a PHANTACEA print publication | Today's Topic | Elsewhere (, Travels Website, Serendipity Now) | Conclusion |

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Hestia Housekeeping amounts to the 'What's New' section of pHpubs. Consequently I always start it with a 'What's Old' link to where I put its previous update.

Now that that's done, we can get on with this edition's preview -- and it's a biggie.

Well, not a biggie in terms of life-shattering. And, other than to me, I suppose Phantacea Publications entering its 35th Year isn't such a big deal either, though I am somewhat stunned I'm still at it.

Tentative cover for Janna Fangfingers, collage by Jim McPherson, 2011Happy I am, however, and it's primarily because I've just published "Janna Fangfingers", the third and final mini-novel comprising "The 1000 Days of Disbelief", henceforth '1000-Daze'.

Like its predecessors, "The Death's Head Hellion" and "Contagion Collectors", Fangers features the freewheeling Unities of Lazareme in their prime. It also features their inevitable downfall; hence the cataclysmic, more like nameless than blameless, broadcast above.

Also like Hellion and Contagion, I did it all myself, cover included. As promised last time, plenty of details re the images that went into it are now online. It's not an image map per se -- and it's not here -- but it is here.

I won't be doing the cover for "Goddess Gambit", Book Three of 'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories'. Got Verne Andru, the cover artist for "Feeling Theocidal" as well as most of the sequences involving Nergal Vetala and her Soldier, her Attis, in the original comic book series.

He also did all the artwork for pH-6, including the revised, but never used, cover reprinted here and here.

(Gambit is in good measure derived from the Soldier's Saga, which began in pH-2. A preview of its Auctorial Prefatory starts here.)

Cover for The Trigregos Gambit, prepared by Jim McPherson, 2003For fans of the cover I prepared for 2005's version of essentially the same saga, aka "The Trigregos Gambit", fear not. I like it, too.

If that suggests there will be a black and white version of it in the print version, and a colour version in the inevitable e-book that comes later, consider that one suggestion taken.

As for what else is new in pH-Webworld's Autumn 2011 update, well, how about something that isn't at all new, yet is in terms of pH-Webworld?

By that I'm referring to the two teasers, one for Fangers, the other for Gambit, that I prepared for They're here and here.

As for something that is all new, and in terms of not only pH-Webworld but of the worldwide web in general, how about its own URL?

As you've already noted, assuming you've been to phantacea Online before, gone is that cumbersome home_Dot_istar stuff. In its place is

Considering what pH-Webworld has always been about, it seems a natural fit.

Illustrated Mini-Essays on PHANTACEA Characters and Concepts, Online Serials, Synopses, Web Publisher's Commentaries going back to 1996, and more background information than you can shake a currently non-existent search engine at.

Just surprised it took me so long to switch over.

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pHant ad prepared by Jim McPherson, 2011Should mention that the 'Travels in my Pants' (TIMP) web pages are not, as has been alleged, a porn site. As noted previously, I have nevertheless changed the lynx at the bottom of these pages to read Travels.

Will further say that its main menu page is still here and that its latest entry's entitled 'The Wonderful Weather Wizard of Oz'. It's a howsoever belated, not to mention incomplete, effort to begin a travelogue on the trip I took to Australia in the Spring of 2011 (Oz's fall).

Not at all scandalous scads more in the way of new material -- new material specifically prepared for the PHANTACEA Mythos, I should emphasize -- can be found on

Its main menu is here. The latest photo essays are here and here whereas the webpage entirely dedicated to 'Feel Theo', the first PHANTACEA Mythos print publication since 1990's graphic novel, is here, the one for 'War-Pox' its successor, though not its sequel, is here, and the one for its sequel, '1000-Daze', starts here.

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Of some interest to pHant-fans, had some correspondence recently with, as I'm happy to hope, if not outright confirm, one of you. Although I don't how long it'll stay up, the result is here:

And, as if all the above wasn't already enough, I dipped into the archives for a few photos I've never put up before. A couple that come to mind are the Sedonic Eye-Card and an old promo for the Phantacea Phase One project, more on both of which are here.

Somewhat similar is the handout I prepared to announce Gambit's imminent arrival. In case you missed it, it's here.

Less savoury are a couple of Demon Queen Lilith likenesses. They're not here, though a new entry re Anti-Patriarch Cain's mom -- an unsighted, but very much pivotal player in Hellion -- is here. They are here and here, however.

There's some tasty new material in Serendipity Now. A couple of them are even linked in the Notes on Graphics section.

Do help build the buzz.

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Feedback encouraged. As always, good reading.

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Lynx to complete mosaic novels within the PHANTACEA Mythos whose potential covers, background information and introductory chapters are still online

| 2002: "The Moloch Manoeuvres" | 2004: "Decimation Damnation" | 2005: "The Trigregos Gambit" | 2008: "Feeling Theocidal" | 2009: "The War of the Apocalyptics" | 2010-11: "The Thousand Days of Disbelief" |

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Topical Advisory

Given how long phantacea has been around – in terms of print-publications since 1977 but, as below, much longer than that in terms personal – it's little wonder I've accumulated a large cast of very often recurring characters. There are lists of them in a number of places within both pH-Webworld and over on Perhaps the most useful to have a boo at are here, here, here and/or here.

It is, however, presumptuous to expect folks buying any of the increasingly many print-publications featuring Jim McPherson's phantacea Mythos to check out any of the above lynx on a regular basis. Therefore, at the suggestion of the forever-after nameless artist referred to at a different above, as well as a few others, I decided to augment each of the (eventual) three mini-novels extracted from "The 1000 Days of Disbelief" with book-specific character companions.

They're only partially applicable to the other books in 'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories' trilogy: namely, "Feeling Theocidal" and "Goddess Gambit". Still, they're well worth book-marking; as are the illustrated character studies I prepared for

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Auctorial Prefatory

- Goddess Gambit -

From comic books to novels and mini-novels – with a graphic novel and no less than 10 web-serials in between – phantacea moves into its 35th year.

Actually, Phantacea as it applies to me has been around much more than 35 years. Sooth said, the first time I used it was for a short story I wrote in high school; the same story I used to gain acceptance into the Creative Writing department at UBC sometime later, as it happened.

The word itself is Greek for ‘imagination’. As for the story, which I still have, it involves a character by the name of Eye. This Eye ventures into a strange, midnight land – whereupon he’s promptly captured by a nasty Dracula-type who populates his realm with distortions of characters culled from other people’s imaginations.

The gist of the grist is that Herr Hell Nastiness will let Eye go provided our hero first gives him his shadow – a shadow being one thing he doesn’t have. Eye’s shadow, he figures out just in time, is his imagination externalized. Which, the lack thereof, is why the bad business guy, who naturally declares himself a count, has been reduced to abducting the products of other folks’ phantacea, if you will.

The All-Seeing Eye of Providence

Eye of Providence, shot in Portugal, 2008, by Jim McPherson

Shot by Jim McPherson, 2008, within the chapel of the highly recommended Quinta da Regaleira (where it's called "The Flaming Triangle" for some reason) in Sintra Portugal. I've been using it, or something like it, as a symbol for Pyrame Silverstar, who played important roles in the first two books of 'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories' trilogy and a number of the web-serials, for years now.

The double-click is of Ian Bateson's 1986 version of the Sedonic Eye as it appears in a giveaway postcard I prepared in 2011. More eye motifs are at the top of the page whereas the backside of the aforementioned postcard is here.

(As might be expected, Eye prevails by activating his shadow psychically, not to mention incandescently. He thereupon renders Count Nastiness – not his real name – a cerebral cinder, heroically liberates the corrupted characters, and returns to reality a wiser, if not necessarily saner, personage.)

When I, not Eye, decided to start writing and publishing my own series of comic books in the late Seventies, calling them, and my company, phantacea (by now italicized and all in caps – at the insistence of Dave Sim, pHant’s first artist, shortly to be of Cerebus the Aardvark fame) proved irresistible.

And it still does, all these years later.


I published six comics from 1977 until 1980. Had many more sketched out, often on proper paper instead of just in my head, when putting my line-of-credit to decidedly different uses suddenly became a matter much more pressing. Following advice always given to those of us with artistic pretensions, I never gave up my day job – until, that is, it in effect gave up on me.

I was an inveterate weekend writer. Never could leave my phantacea characters behind for very long and always felt they deserved to be out in the public eye. The graphic novel,Forever & 40 Days – the Genesis of PHANTACEA, which came out in 1990, is proof of that.

So are the many web-serials I published online from 1996 until 2008, when I started the current series of Phantacea Publications. The policy of Anheroic Fantasy Illustrated continues as well, though the novels and mini-novels only contain a few reworked cover collages. All my websites are heavily illustrated, however, mostly with my own photographs and collages built around them.

Not counting the Wilderwitch-Furie short story in the graphic novel,Janna Fangfingers is the sixth all-prose offering from Phantacea Publications. It concludes The 1000 Days of Disbelief, Book Two of ‘The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories’. With it, there are now three full-length novels and three mini-novels available from the usual sources both online and in bricks-and-mortar bookshops.

Hooks for the books are the same as for the comics, graphic novel and web serials before them:

The gods and goddesses, the demons and monsters, of ancient mythologies have been trivialized, their worship proscribed and the entities themselves mostly confined to another realm. Jim McPherson's PHANTACEA Mythos chronicles their ongoing striving for a return to paramountcy.

That I call these gods and goddesses ‘Devas’, plural and capitalized, or ‘the Shining Ones’ shouldn't be surprising since ‘bright’ or ‘shining’ is what the Sanskrit word, also ‘dev’ (in the singular), means. What perhaps may be surprising is that standard dictionaries give an entirely different, not to mention incomprehensible, derivation for word ‘devil’.

I’ll leave you to look that up. Suffice to say, as near as I can make out at any rate, ‘devil’ just means ‘little god’. Certainly folks living on Sedon’s Head commonly use the word, as in devil-gods, on a day-to-day basis to refer to the same purportedly immortal beings. So do the devils themselves; always have done apparently.

Probably you and I should, too.


Lest anyone get the wrong idea, the phantacea Mythos (capitalized, optional emboldening) is as strictly non-religious as it is anheroic. I expressed the same, essentially secular sentiment in the introduction to 1990’s aforementioned graphic novel:

"Taking Genesis literally troubled me. Treating Genesis as mythology – like The Iliad or the Eddas – was inspirational."

So it was; so it remains today – and so may, I devoutly, um, hope, it be for another 35 years, minimum.


The main website for Phantacea Publications is


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That'll do for now. Until the next time, be pHantacizing you.

Oh, and in case you haven't done so already, here's a friendly reminder:

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Notes on Graphics:

  1. The eye-lynx rollovers and double-clicks at the top of the page (assuming your browser allows double-clicks, which they don't all do) are described here;
  2. The front covers in the masthead are collages prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010/11; double-click either image for an enlarged version; there's more on the images that went into Hellion's cover here whereas there's more on what went into Contagion's cover here;
  3. Artwork in the ordering lynx panel for the front cover of "The War of the Apocalyptics" is by Ian Bateson, 2009; the rollover image is the front cover of "Phantacea Phase One #2", which was never published; artwork is by Ian Bateson, circa 1986; Bateson's innards for the issue can be found here and here;
  4. Artwork in the ordering lynx panel for the front cover of "Feeling Theocidal" is by Verne Andru, 2008; the rollover image is the front cover of "Forever & 40 Days - the Genesis of PHANTACEA", artwork is by Ian Fry and Ian Bateson (cover only), 1990;
    [NOTE: multiple copies of the graphic novel are advertised online but only and its affiliates offer never-sold copies of the original print run, and for the original price of $10.00 an issue, supplied by Phantacea Publications — that'd be the same as here, except I don't accept credit cards;]
  5. The rollovers in the logo area here as well as the Fangers cover here are as per here and here; I did the Gambit cover that's here, info re it is here; more lynx re the 2011 ad that I prepared for 1000-Daze and the upcoming conclusion to 'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories' trilogy is here;
  6. As for the All-Seeing Eye of Providence here, that's covered here;
  7. The page and cell backgrounds on this page are as per here
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Sites with Loads of Graphics: supplies what amounts to a pH-Webworld web gallery. Just go to, hit the images link and type in PHANTACEA. Pasting into the address area of your browser the following Url might work as well:

PHANTACEA on the Web is chock-a-block with visuals. Good places to ogle artwork from the comic books and graphic novel are One to Six, 'Twenty-Five Years Plus' and what began as 'The Genesis of PHANTACEA' web-page. Most of the other graphics are scans I did of my own photographs or material I put together using PHOTOSHOP. All the essays are loaded with images. Try out the framed version of the Main Menu. You won't go anywhere else but, then again, you won't get lost either.

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The background image for this page is a variation of a black and white collage/cover prepared for the bonus chapter added to the end of War-Pox. It's from "The 1000 Days of Disbelief", a phantacea Mythos mosaic novel broken up and published as three mini-novels ("The Death's Head Hellion", "Contagion Collectors" and "Janna Fangfingers"); a colour version of it is here; notes and some of the shots that went into these collages can also be seen here, here and here; as for why Durer's 4 Horsemen are reminiscent of Thrygragos Lazareme and his firstborn Unities, that's here; the Sites with Loads of Graphics panel has an embossed version of Fangers' cover

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There may be no cure for aphantasia (defined as 'having a blind or absent mind's eye') but there certainly is for aphantacea ('a'='without', like the 'an' in 'anheroic')

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