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- Blackguards: Tales of Assassins, Mercenaries, and Rogues
- Corrupts Absolutely
- Dead West
- That Hoodoo Voodoo That You Do
- Kaiju Rising: Age of Monsters
- Neverland's Library
- The Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Tropes applying to the publisher include:
- Action Girl: Jezzet Vel'urn, Amelia, and the Red Reaper are all excellent examples thereof.
- Antihero: The majority of Ragnarok Publication heroes tend to be on the Neutral or Evil-ish side of the hero scale.
- Ethan Banning is a P.I. possessed by a demon and wasn't that great a person beforehand.
- Antihero: Almost every Ragnarok Publication protagonist is one sort of these or another.
- Badass Abnormal: Ethan Banning, John Golden, Thanquil Darkheart, and Aella all have supernatural powers.
- Badass Normal: Matt Hollis just has a magic gun but makes it work. So does Jezzet Vel'run.
- Darker and Edgier: They're on a one-company mission to bring the entire fantasy genre into this territory.
- Dark Fantasy: What they were created to help publish. They noticed there was a dearth of good fantasy for adults by people not named George R.R. Martin.
- Dark Is Not Evil: In their lighter stories, this is the case.
- Darker and Edgier: Darker and Edgier is more or less their namesake with stories with serial killer protagonists, shadowy conspiracies, and brutal antiheroes. Ironically, they do some Lighter and Softer stories too.
- Deadpan Snarker: Ethan Banning is a crowning example of such.
- Heroic Fantasy: A recent edition has had them add a branch for more traditional Lighter and Softer stories. These are still written for adults, however.
- Gnome Saga follows a pair of gnomish siblings out to stop an inter-dimensional dictator.
- Necessarily Evil: Sometimes it takes a bad man to do a good days work.
- Inquisitor Darkheart from The Ties That Bind series is an awful person but it's all for a good cause.
- Sociopathic Hero: A common Ragnarok Publications hero is one of these.
- Betrim the Blackthorn is one of these, killing and raiding because he's a Sword & Sorcery bandit.
- Sword & Sorcery: Their favorite brand of fantasy. Tim Marquitz and J.M. Martin like to taste the grit.
- Sword Sisters is a prequel to the Uwe Boll film, Legend of the Red Reaper.
- The Ties That Bind series is set in a Conan-esque world where life and virtue are cheaply bought.
- Urban Fantasy: Both owners are admitted fans of The Dresden Files and have even interviewed Jim Butcher. They have since added a division devoted exclusively to it.
- The Valducan series is about holy weapon wielding warriors who hunt demons.
- The John Golden series is about a IT guy/mercenary who hunts fairies living in the internet.
- Ethan Banning is about a man possessed by a demon.
- Villain Protagonist: Many of their books star these.
- Terry Miller is a hilariously incompetent serial killer.