Two-Fisted Tales is a booster-only expansion set released by Z-Man Games in November 2004.
It's a 128-card set that contains 116 new cards, with rarities divided into Common, Uncommon, and Rare.
Five cards are errata of Daedalus cards (Booby Trap, Deathtrap, Difficulty at the Beginning, Necromantic Conspiracy, Probability Manipulator);
the other seven cards are reprints of Daedalus-edition cards.
All cards are black-bordered with a 10-cent symbol in the upper right corner, presumably in homage to the pulp paperbacks.
The set symbols are color-coded to indicate rarity: white for rare, grey for uncommon, and black for common.
The box uses Michael Komarck's excellent illustration from The Nemesis, but has been "distressed" to look like the cover
of an old magazine (added creases, one corner dog-eared, etc.) and even includes a "Vol.2, No.10" in the upper left corner.
Presumably that's a reference to Z-Man's 10th expansion (Daedalus being vol.1).
The set adds yet another alternate victory condition, Mount Erebus, as a sort of hot potato of Feng Shui Sites.
The secret box message is on the outside bottom in the middle. It says The '30s! No air conditioning or penicillin,
rampant poverty and homelessness, polio, the world on the brink of a global war. Ahhh, it was a magical time.
The secret booster message (under the flap on the back of the booster) says "Did I just see a MONKEY driving a
Packard?" "No, he was driving a Dusenberg."
Thank-you to Stephan Vincent for providing some information for this page.