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Liberally borrowing from the apocryphal angel lore described in the Book of Enoch, Heaven's Dark Soldiers is a wise cracking, ass kicking urban fantasy series detailing the uncanny misadventures of former Army Captain Dean Robinson and his newfound existence as an undead semi-divine super soldier. Oh, and there's giants.

Rise of the Giants

Angels. And giants. And beasties. Oh my...

In life, Dean Robinson was a soldier. Upon his untimely death at the hand of a fallen angel with a serious superiority complex and snappy wardrobe, he became something else.


Semi-divine super-soldiers, supersized bad guys on high protein diets, a Heavenly grudge match played out on an Earthly stage.  Just another day at the office apparently.


Wrath of the Fallen


The giants have risen. And the Devil’s in the details.

Dean Robinson is having a bad day. Like a really bad day. And for the last member of a clandestine group of semi-divine super soldiers blessed and cursed with the wrath of God — bad days have a certain apocalyptic flare to them.

Faced with an impossible mission riddled with mind-warping beasties and overzealous celestial uber beings, Dean races to find the one thing that can save the future is, in fact, lurking in the past. Of course it is…

Rage of the Heavens 

It’s the end of the world as we know it. And Dean Robinson feels fine?

To avert certain apocalyptic fallout, Dean Robinson, Seventh Deacon of the Seventh Line, made a deal with the Devil. Literally.


With the Heavens ablaze as Lucifer and his cronies slug it out with the archangels, Dean and the team scramble to prevent the ensuing Book of Revelations quality maelstrom from smacking headlong in to the Earth. Piece of cake…

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Dawn of the After Days

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It’s all fun and games until somebody loses an angel...

Dean Robinson, Seventh Deacon of the Seventh line, found God. Literally. And with the big guy’s help, Dean and his wise cracking crew of supernatural sidekicks somehow managed to snuff out Lucifer’s misguided angel mutiny before it unleased a giant sized can of whoop ass on mankind. 

With the world on the cusp of an angel incursion as a power-hungry delegation of eclectic uber beings sort out the new world order, Dean, Doc Kelly, and the crew race through time and space to find the only thing that can save the planet from literally falling apart at the seams...

Ride of the Horseman

Never look a gift Horseman of the Apocalypse in the mouth.

Dean Robinson and Erin Kelly saved the world from certain apocalyptic demise. Well, kinda sorta. At least the planet wasn’t ripping itself apart at the seams anymore. That was nice.

And just when you thought that everything might work out for the best, the pesky ole Horsemen of the Apocalypse showed up in downtown Boston and threw everybody into a tizzy. Actually, it was only one Horseman of the Apocalypse that showed up. But it was the Horseman of War so that whole tizzy comment still stands.

Guess Dean and Erin are taking a rain check on date night. Again. 


Return of the Sky Gods


One man’s angel is another man’s devil.

Well, it’s official. Strange times are afoot for mankind. The Anunnaki, an ancient race of malevolent über angels banished from Earth by God himself at the beginning of time, are back.

As the supernatural becomes mainstream in the most grandiose fashion and the secrets of the hidden world are revealed, will mankind embrace the ‘new’ normal?

Uh, sure?

curse of the walking man

It ain't easy being Dean.

Mr. Blue Sky, the Spear of Destiny-toting, angel-hating goddess and mankind’s shadowy puppet master, is dead. Murdered actually.

As every flavor of über being this side of Hell races to claim the Spear of Destiny and fill the power vacuum created by Blue Sky’s demise, can Dean rein in his demented doppelganger before things get exponentially worse?

Regardless, it seems he's his own worst enemy. Kinda sorta, anyway.

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