REVELATION 4:2

March 2012

 

Revelation magazine returns with a collection of apocalyptic fiction that will fire the imagination and stir the soul. The issue includes "Thus I Refute Bibble" by Daniel Pearlman, "Captain of a Ship of Flowers" by Alexander Zelenyj, "Peacemaker" by Martin Rose, "The Empire of Sleep" by Davin Ireland, and "Sky Like Armageddon" by Dennis Sjolie, with illustrations and artwork by Stephanie Rodriguez.

 

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REVELATION 4:1

March 2007

 

The magazine's fourth volume begins with an uncommon collection of powerful apocalyptic allegories including "The Man Who Ate Planets" by Lee Moan, "Winter Hammock" by Ian Rogers, "The Morpheus Franchise" by Davin Ireland, and "Night Symphonies" by Alexander Zelenyj, with illustrations by Jim Ordolis and artwork by Mike Bohatch.

 

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REVELATION 3:4

June 2006

 

The magazine's twelfth issue features atmospheric stories of doom and dread including "The Coffin Factory" by Mark Beech, "The Ant-Maker" by James Kosub, "The Prison Hulk" by Alexander Zelenyj, "Icewater" by Daniel C. Smith, and "This Petty Pace" by Brian A. Dixon, with illustrations and artwork by Stephanie Rodriguez.

 

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REVELATION 3:3

March 2006

 

"Alien Invasion!," the magazine's newest theme issue, presents four exciting tales of extraterrestrial apocalypse! The collection includes "Love and Death at the Drive-In" by Alexander Zelenyj, "Visibility" by Ralph Robert Moore, "Please Pick Up After Your Dog" by Rick Deckard, and "The Invasion of the Moon Monkeys" by Adam Chamberlain, with illustrations by Matthew Ritter, Stephanie Rodriguez, and Neil Harmeyer, and artwork by Vitaly S. Alexius.

 

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REVELATION 3:2

December 2005

 

Revelation magazine's tenth issue offers six shocking short stories of conflict, chaos, and catastrophe. The issue includes "America's Farmlands Under Assault" by C. Mitchell O'Neal, "The Machine Summer" by Brandon Barr, "Deus Ex Machina" by Lee Moan, "The Hole" by Luke Campen, "Lament" by Davin Ireland, and "Life Afterwards" by Nathan Holic, with illustrations by Stephanie Rodriguez and artwork by Japi Honoo.

 

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REVELATION 3:1

September 2005

 

Revelation's third volume begins with an unusual collection that delivers readers intriguing prophecies, fateful conflicts, and unparalleled doom. The anniversary issue includes "The Thirtyers" by Don Webb, "Baby Doll" by Diane Gallant, "Static and Contact" by JW Schnarr, "Losing It" by Davin Ireland, "A Story Written in Sand" by Ken Goldman, and "The Axiom of Choice" by Jim Chaffee, with illustrations by Mike Twohig and artwork by Alex Popescu.

 

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REVELATION 2:4

June 2005

 

The magazine's eighth issue features all-new apocalyptic adventures and allegories including "Song of the Dead" by JW Schnarr, "The Tale of Blue Butterfly Girl" by Diane Gallant, "Exiles" by Davin Ireland, "Kevin's Rapture by Jack Werner" by Joe Tangari, "Time Bomb" by John Nihil, and "The Student and the Master" by Rodger Parr, with illustrations by Neil Harmeyer and artwork by Marta Dahlig.

 

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REVELATION 2:3

March 2005

 

Revelation collects a new and unique series of apocalyptic dramas that includes "The Last of England" by Peter Higgins, "Extreme Sport" by Davin Ireland, "Waiting for the New Reign of the Fire Ants" by Alexander Zelenyj, "Chance of Rain" by Ken Goldman, "Final Report" by Jim Chaffee, and "Paradise," a one-act play by Paige Kimble, with illustrations by Nicolas Evans and artwork by David Seidman.

 

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REVELATION 2:2

December 2004

 

The magazine of the apocalypse presents a stunning new collection of speculative tales featuring spectacular future cataclysms. The issue includes "Combustible Eden" by Davin Ireland, "Junkworld" by Clinton Green, "Hero of Life" by C. Mitchell O'Neal, "Almost Heaven on Green River" by Patricia deVarennes, "The Silly Significance of Running with Soda Fire" by Alexander Zelenyj, and "In the Beginning of the End" by Neil Harmeyer, with illustrations by Jim Ordolis and artwork by award-winning digital artist Francesco D'Isa.

 

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REVELATION 2:1

September 2004

 

Revelation celebrates an anniversary with the start of its second volume, an issue packed with daring tales of men and women facing the end of the world that includes "The Demon Takeover of Windsor, Ontario" by Alexander Zelenyj, "Enlightenment" by Kevin Anderson, "World Without End" by Adam Chamberlain, "The Elements" by Davin Ireland, "Terminal" by Joe Tangari, and "Pandemic" by Ken Goldman. The issue features comprehensive illustrations by Matthew Ritter and artwork by Justin Norton.

 

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REVELATION 1:4

June 2004

 

The magazine concludes its first volume with an engaging collection of apocalypse fiction representing various literary genres. The issue includes "Catechism" by Michael Hicks, "The Boardwalk Cats" by Ken Goldman, "Parish Politics" by Davin Ireland, "A Small Price" by Michael O’Connor, "Another Fall From Grace" by Daniel C. Smith, "I Am the Wizard" by Edmund R. Schubert, "Infestation" by Jennifer Cloud, and poetry by Kristine Ong Muslim, with artwork by Michael J. King, Dennis W. Thomsen, and David Bell.

 

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REVELATION 1:3

March 2004

 

"The End of America," the magazine’s first ever theme issue, presents eight tales exploring how the end of the United States of America might mean the end of the world as we know it. The collection includes "Instant Karma" by James Kosub, "The First Edition" by Carole Tyrrell, "The Prince of the United States" by Michael Bugg, "Retribution Drive" by Davin Ireland, "Market Force Majeur" by Joe Tangari, "Potiphar's Daughter" by Paige Kimble, "Beneath Us" by Adam Chamberlain, and "America: A Prophecy" by Philip Reyth, with art by Neil Harmeyer, Teresa Tunaley, and acclaimed horror illustrator Mike Bohatch.

 

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REVELATION 1:2

December 2003

 

The second issue of the doomsday devoted magazine presents another batch of darkly apocalyptic works including "The Wild Beasts of the Earth" by Michael Bugg, "Chimera" by Michael O'Connor, "Essence" by Adam Chamberlain, "The Call" by Jay Ess & John Sockey, poetry by Sean Stubblefield & Mikal C Johnson, and more, with accompanying artwork from Neil Harmeyer, Andrea Schmoll, Eric Johnson, Tom MacWright, and Daniel Conway.

 

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REVELATION 1:1

September 2003

 

The premiere issue of the apocalyptic literary magazine collects an eclectic variety of doomsday-inspired works including "Future Ghosts" by Mikal C Johnson, "Exegesis" by Adam Chamberlain, "An Examination of the Demise of Our Dear Mr. Point, Ex-Resident of Some Place" by C. B. N. Repp, "The Lonely Ones" by James Driver, "An Audience for the Devil" by Daniel James Wood, "Adam's Ale" by Michael O'Connor, and more, with art by Daniel Conway.

 

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