Caroff, André

atomos09-02 The Spheres of Madame Atomos by André Caroff
 (adapted by Michael Shreve)

He heard the crowd screaming, saw the other tigers rushing among the spectators, heard their death cries and their bones breaking. Then he was standing, stricken with a white panic, running, catching glimpses of mangled bodies in a bloody human mass, and the quiet, hard-working tigers killed methodically.

Contents: 

The Slaves of Madame Atomos [Mme Atomos Cherche la Petite Bête] (1970)

Mme Atomos’ Holidays (short story by J.-M. Lofficier)

The Spheres of Madame Atomos [Les Sphères de Mme Atomos] (1979)

With the Compliments of Nestor Burma (short story by Michel Stéphan)

A Day in the Life of Mme Atomos (short story by Xavier Mauméjean)

Mme Atomos Timeline by J.-M. Lofficier

In this ninth volume, Madame Atomos, fully rejuvenated, is back, deadlier than ever, controlling the minds of men and beasts and spreading terror with her new miniaturized spheres…

Available at Black Coat Press

Mark of MA The Mark of Madame Atomos by André Caroff (adapted by Michael Shreve


”You have been dangerous, courageous and intelligent adversaries. Your disappearance will be the symbol of my triumph because there will be nobody else to foil my projects so skillfully. Goodbye, Smith Beffort! Goodbye, Mie Azusa! Hiroshima! Nagasaki! Compliments of Madame Atomos!”

Contents: 

The Mark of Madame Atomos
The Woman in the High Castle (short story by Michel Stéphan)

The Cold War of Madame Atomos
Before the War, Five Dragons Roar (short story by Peter Rawlik)



In this eighth volume, Madame Atomos, fully rejuvenated, is back, deadlier than ever, exacting a terrible toll on her enemies, plotting to release deadly bacteria in Oakland and spreading terror with her new freeze ray…

The Mark of Madame Atomos available at Black Coat Press.

Resurrection The Resurrection of Madame Atomos by André Caroff (adapted by Michael Shreve)

After the disappearance of Atomia, Madame Atomos had recovered her health. Then she stopped thinking about her body. Until the day she happened to look into a mirror.
It was something that did not happen often, but this time the terrible woman experienced the biggest surprise of her life. For, she was growing younger!

Contents:
The Resurrection of Madame Atomos
The Seduction of Madame Atomos
On an Ill Wind… (short story by François Darnaudet)

In this seventh volume, Madame Atomos is miraculously rejuvenated into a woman twenty years younger than her former self! She uses her newly-regained beauty to seduce Akamatsu and plot a deadly revenge against Smith Beffort and his wife Mie, the former Miss Atomos, for whom she plans a hideous death…

The Resurrection of Madame Atomos available at Black Coat Press

The Revenge of Madame Atomos by André Caroff (adapted by Michael Shreve)

All of a sudden a small, round object fell down the chimney, bounced and rolled across the floor. It looked like a ball and the little girl stopped sobbing. She scrambled out of the armchair where she had curled up, took a step forward. In a flash the tiger sprang out of the ball, which in reality was a computer, and its hideous muzzle lunged for the little girl. There was a scream and then silence again in the room, which was filling up with the repulsive stench of blood…

Contents: 
- Introduction by J.-M. Lofficier
The Revenge of Madame Atomos
The Evil of Madame Atomos
The Red Silk Scarf (short story by Michel Stephan)

The Most Dreadful Monster (short story by Matthew Dennion)



In this sixth volume, Madame Atomos threatens the destruction of the United States by spreading the plague virus from her citadel on the secret island of Atomia and succeeds in exacting a terrible revenge on her enemies. But Mie Asuza becomes Miss Atomos again and launches her own war against her deadly creator…

The Revenge of Madame Atomos available at Black Coat Press

The Monsters of Madame Atomos by André Caroff (adapted by Michael Shreve)

George screamed when the beast suddenly appeared at the top of the stairs. What he saw was a black, frizzy mane, long pointed teeth, claws like curved swords and a blood-dripping snout. He tried to escape the bewildering vision, but as he turned around, he felt a huge weight crush down on him. He collapsed, spilling blood from his grisly wounds. He was already a corpse by the time the beast ran off down the stairs where it jumped on Pam who was too petrified to scream.

Contents: 
- Introduction by J.-M. Lofficier

The Monsters of Madame Atomos
Madame Atomos Spits Fire
Who Made Me Such A Woman? (short story by G. L. Gick)

In this fifth volume, the deadly Madame Atomos continues waging war on the United States, first by turning the hapless residents of Baltimore into blood-thirsty monsters, then by unleashing uncontrollable wild fires over Nevada.

The Monsters of Madame Atomos at Black Coat Press

The Mistake of Madame Atomos by André Caroff (adapted by Michael Shreve)

“During the next six months,” Madame Atomos said undisturbed, “your wife and son will suffer no abuse, Mr. Beffort. But at the end of that period, if the United States doesn’t give me California, Nevada and Arizona, they will be operated on by my surgeons and become slaves in my Organization!”

THE MISTAKE OF MADAME ATOMOS is the fourth volume in the saga of the diabolical Japanese scientist hellbent on revenge against the US. In this one, Madame Atomos challenges the full might of the U.S. Army from her flying fortress, then unleashes a deadly bacteriological attack upon the State of Rhode Island.

Contents: 
 Introduction by J.-M. Lofficier

The Mistake of Madame Atomos
The End of the Brotherhood of the Sword (short story by J.-M. Lofficier)
Madame Atomos Prolongs Life
The Way of the Crane (short story by Matthew Baugh)



The Mistake of Madame Atomos at Black Coat Press

The Return of Madame Atomos by André Caroff (tr. by Michael Shreve with an Introduction by J.-M. Lofficier) includes Miss Atomos vs. the KKK and The Return of Madame Atomos as well as The Atomos Affair (short story by Win Scott Eckert).

Soblen handed a letter to Beffort: “Please tell Mr. Beffort that he has not won yet. He has Mie Azusa, but only her body. I have her soul. Some day in the future she will become Miss Atomos again.” Signed: Madame Atomos.”

Beffort looked up. “It’s a joke, isn’t it? Madame Atomos is dead.”

“It’s her writing.”

“Impossible! What about the body in San Francisco?”

“It’s still there, but it’s not Madame Atomos. If she’s alive, she can’t be dead!”

Miss Atomos’ fight to the death against the KKK, and her eventual betrayal after falling in love with Smith Beffort, herald the return of the sinister Madame Atomos — deadlier than ever!

The Return of Madame Atomos at Black Coat Press

Miss Atomos by André Caroff (tr. by Michael Shreve with an Introduction by J.-M. Lofficier) includes Madame Atomos Strikes at the Head and Miss Atomos, as well as The Butterfly Files (short story by J. Altairac & J.-L. Rivera)

Madame Atomos giggled. “The girl is my daughter in mind. She is smarter, more terrifying and more ambitious than I… I wanted to bring down the United States… Miss Atomos wants the world! In two or three months when I’m rotting in the ground, Miss Atomos will attack humanity… Fear will reign on the planet; babies will be born blind, deformed… It will be agonizing, Mr. Beffort… Agonizing!”

After the defeat of her offensive against California, the sinister Madame Atomos unleashes an even deadlier threat — the diabolical Miss Atomos!

Miss Atomos at Black Coat Press

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