Fancy Man and the Black Lion’s Mark

Book One – Fancy Man Series

Cover for Fancy Mand and the Black Lion's MarkAuthor: Julian Keys

Just hand me a good idea, and I’ll set the stage and create the costumes. I’ll make it real. Such is the motto of Mason, a big back leatherman with a reputation for intense role-playing. Unfortunately, most of the bottoms in Mason’s local leather bar have cliché fantasies. They want him to play the stereotypical role of bad-ass cellmate or gangbanger. Then enters Leo—an older gent who had nothing at all to offer—not youth or good looks, or even stamina. Leo, however, has something Mason hasn’t had before—a pulpy fetish decades old and far from the usual. The Fancy Man cannot refuse such a challenge!

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 Rylan Hunter
Production Editor(s): Erika L Firanc
Cover Designer(s): D.M. Atkins
Cover Art Credit(s): Photo by Felix Mizioznikov at Shutterstock. "The Black Lion's Mark" comic book cover is by D.M. Atkins and is adapted art from the real comics: 1) Terrors of the Jungle, issue 6; Star Publications - Artist Jay Disbrow, 1952 and 2) Nyoka the Jungle Girl, issue 22; Charlton Comics, November 1957 - Artist Maurice Whitman. Both covers from the Digital Comic Museum:
Proofreader(s): Aislinn
Length: Novella
Word Count:  13,000
Chapter(s): 5
Publication Date: (Day-Month-Year) 04-05-2012
Serialization Date: (Day-Month-Year) 15-12-2015
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