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09 December 2016

2017 Windy City Pulp and Paper Show
April 21-23, 2017

As 2016 comes to a close, Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention is less than a half a year away. 
Our theme this coming convention is a combo of Red Circle Pulps and Gangster Mags celebration.
We have a guest that worked for the Goodman Company, but until we firm up the details, can't say much more.

Gangster magazines began with The Underworld in 1927, thereby it's 90th Anniversary. 
A genre that was heavily used by Harold Hersey. 
Which leads us into some exciting news regarding our upcoming Friday Night Auction. 
A collection of some truly remarkable pulps will be available for auction, and you can check out some of the sample issues in our newsletter
[all pulps in the newsletter will be in the auction and more] and on our Facebook and Website.


For Hotel Information/Registration information, visit the link below.
For con registration (Tables and membership), visit the link below.


Adventures in Bronze / Altus Press

EMPIRE OF DOOM
Doc Savage & The Shadow vs. Shiwan Khan

Coming very soon!







Adventures in Bronze / Altus Press
THE WILD ADVENTURES OF KING KONG
KING KONG VS. TARZAN
Now available in softcover, hardcover and eBook editions!

BEAST-GOD VERSUS APE-MAN

The year was 1933. Filmmaker Carl Denham had captured the stupendous monster he had dubbed “King” Kong. But that was only the beginning. Denham was determined to get the dethroned ruler of Skull Mountain Island back to America, and cash in on the greatest wild animal capture in human history.

The saga of how Kong was taken in chains from his Indian Ocean kingdom to New York City has never been told. In order for the cargo freighter Wanderer to make the long transit to the Atlantic, she is forced to circumnavigate Africa—jungle home of the legendary Tarzan of the Apes!

Here is the long-anticipated clash between the Monarch of Skull Island and Lord of the Jungle.

When the largest anthropoid who ever lived encounters the savage superman raised by the great apes, will they make peace—or war?






Airship 27 Productions
SHERLOCK HOLMES: PICTURE OF INNOCENCE
Now available!

Airship 27 Productions is proud to present Chuck Miller’s brand new, full length Sherlock Holmes novel, “The Picture of Innocence.”

The year 1885 finds Doctor John H. Watson down on his luck. His prospects look bleak until a chance encounter leads him to a meeting with another literary-minded young physician named Arthur Conan Doyle. Together, they hatch a plan for a series of works based on the adventures of Watson’s roommate, the Consulting Detective Mr. Sherlock Holmes.

Then a very attractive young lady, Mary Morstan, arrives at 221 B Baker street seeking help.  Soon Holmes and Watson are drawn into the dark world of the Sholto brothers, a web of blackmail and murder. Even with the assistance of a rising playwright named Oscar Wilde, Holmes finds himself taxed to the limit of his powers when his own darkest secrets are exposed.  What truths lie beneath the surface of the Picture of Innoncence?

“Miller is one of the finest writers in New Pulp,” reports Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor, Ron Fortier. “There is originality to his writing unlike anything else out on the market today. And this particular Holmes adventure is no different. Miller puts a fresh spin on familiar characters and his story crackles with fun and mystery.”
Airship 27 Art Director Rob Davis provides the black and white interior illustrations and Mal Earl delivers his own special styling for the cover.  “Picture of Innocence” is a book for all devoted Holmes and Watson fans; young and old alike.


Available now from Amazon and coming soon on Kindle.

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!


Airship 27 Productions
CAPTAIN HAZZARD: CUSTER'S GHOST
Now available!

Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to bring together two of pulpdom’s most unique and colorful heroes in one fast paced, all action adventure; “Captain Hazzard – Custer’s Ghost” by award winning New Pulp writer Ron Fortier.

When an eerie ghost rider appears on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation and begins butchering innocent lives, native superstitions are fueled.  Could this wraith actually be General George Armstrong Custer returned from the dead to seek retribution for his massacre at the Battle of Little Bighorn?  Then, when gangsters attempt to kidnap a Sioux Princess at a prestigious college in New York, Captain Hazzard and his team of adventurers soon find themselves flying to Montana to unravel a truly bizarre mystery.

Accompanying them is Jim Anthony, the famous Super Detective, along with his grandfather, the Comanche shaman, Mephito.  Somewhere in those rugged mountains and plains lies a secret from the past that will change Anthony’s life forever.  But to uncover it, he and the Hazzard will have to risk all and solve the mystery of Custer’s Ghost!

Fortier, the author, and Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor, had long wanted to bring both these great heroes together.  “It’s no secret to pulp fans that both were originally invented to copy the legendary Doc Savage,” Fortier related during a recent interview.  “Whereas Jim Anthony went on to have multiple adventures, Captain Hazzard only ever appeared in one issue of his own title and then vanished.  Throughout the years he’s been known as the One Hit Wonder.”

Since beginning Airship 27 Productions, over a decade ago, Fortier and partner, Art Director Rob Davis, have devoted themselves to continuing the adventures of lesser known pulp heroes such as Captain Hazzard and Jim Anthony. To date the company has released four books featuring the Super Detective in anthologies, while Fortier took it upon himself to write the new exploits of the Champion of Justice.

“Custer’s Ghost” has been three years in the making and the author is all too aware that readers have been overly patient awaiting its completion.  The book features interiors by Davis and a stunning cover by Pat Carbajal.  “In the end I hope they will think the wait was worth it,” Fortier says hopefully.  “Just don’t ask me when number six is coming?”


Available now from Amazon and Kindle.

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!


Altus Press
THE GREEN LAMA: THE COMPLETE PULP ADVENTURES (2 VOLUME DELUXE EDITION)
by Kendell Foster Crossen

Introductions by Will Murray, Michelle Nolan, and Martin Grams, Jr.
Now available!

Limited hardcover edition of 50 copies.
Comes with eBook versions of all the stories.

Om! Ma-ni pad-me Hum!
The first of its kind, the complete adventures of the Green Lama follows the adventures of
Buddhist Jethro Dumont and his aides as they battle the forces of evil in the western world.
Written by Kendell Foster Crossen, it’s non-stop action in the vein of The Shadow!

The Green Lama: The Complete Pulp Adventures (2 Volume Deluxe Edition) by Kendell Foster Crossen contains the following stories:
“The Case of the Death’s-Head Face”
“The Case of the Crimson Hand”
“The Case of the Croesus of Murder”
“The Case of Babies for Sale”
“The Case of the Wave of Death”
“The Case of the Man Who Wasn’t There”
“The Case of the Clown Who Laughed”
“The Case of the Invisible Enemy”
“The Case of the Mad Magi”
“The Case of the Vanishing Ships”
“The Case of the Fugitive Fingerprints”
“The Case of the Crooked Cane”
“The Case of the Hollywood Ghost”
“The Case of the Beardless Corpse”


$140.00 hardcover



Altus Press
THE COMPLETE TALES OF KINGI BWANA (Deluxe Edition)
by Gordon MacCreagh
Introduction by Sai Shankar

Now available!

Limited hardcover edition of 50 copies. Comes with eBook versions of all the stories.
“Anything can happen in Africa!”—that’s the credo of big game hunter, trader and safari guide King, known all over the Dark Continent as Kingi Bwana.
Together with his two loyal companions, the deadly Masai warrior Barounggo and the wizened, cunning Hottentot Kaffa, the stoic American battles slave traders, ivory poachers, gold smugglers, arms traffickers, evil witch doctors and secret societies in the savanna and jungle of Central East Africa.

 $75.00 hardcover




Altus Press
THE SNARL OF THE BEAST: THE COLLECTED HARD-BOILED STORIES OF RACE WILLIAMS, VOLUME 2
by Carroll John Daly
Now available!


Race Williams returns! Originally appearing in the pages of Black Mask Magazine, author Carroll John Daly pioneered the hard-boiled detective P.I. story and perfected the genre with his classic character, Race Williams. Apart from the novel-length Race Williams stories, these classic hard-boiled thrillers have rarely been reprinted, if ever.

Volume 2 contains the next batch of Race Williams stories, all from 1927 29 as Daly broke the mold of Black Mask by running serialized novels in the pages of that important magazine. Included here are "The Snarl of the Beast," "The Egyptian Lure," "The Hidden Hand," and "The Tag Murders."

Additional editorial pieces are also included: Daly's own "Putting Over a Detective Novel" was written to explain his working process while writing "The Snarl of the Beast." And it's prefaced by an all-new, scholarly introduction by Professor Brooks E. Hefner of James Madison University.

The Snarl of the Beast: The Collected Hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams Volume 2 continues this most important series published in years on the history of the Hard-Boiled Detective story.

483 pages
  $29.95 softcover
SALE PRICE: $28.95 softcover

You can place a pre-order on Amazon.com at the link below.


Altus Press
THE LIFE OF PINKY JENKINS, VOLUME 1
by H. Bedford-Jones

Now available!

One of the best series ever published in the pulps was written by the prolific H. Bedford-Jones, author of hundreds of stories totaling an estimated 25 millions words.
Thomas Jasper "Pinky" Jenkins, a drunk and corrupt sheriff accompanied by his deputy Parker, shot his way through nearly a score of comedy/Western stories from the 1920s.
Volume 1 includes four recently-discovered Jenkins stories by Bedford-Jones which were published under a pseudonym.

The Pinky Jenkins series may be the only series of its kind written by The King of the Pulps, and considered one of his best by Bedford-Jones aficionados.


$19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover
SALE PRICE: $18.95 softcover |  $28.95 hardcover



Altus Press
Four New Pulp Logo T-shirts

Now available!

Terror Tales Magazine T-Shirt

This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp magazine from the 1930s.
 Normal fit: Classic-cut standard weight t-shirt for men, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, Brand: Gildan
 Note: black fabric only.


$19.95


Captain Zero T-Shirt

This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp magazine from the 1950s.
 Normal fit: Classic-cut standard weight t-shirt for men, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, Brand: Gildan
 Note: black fabric only.


$19.95


Captain Satan T-Shirt

This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp magazine from the 1930s.
 Normal fit: Classic-cut standard weight t-shirt for men, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, Brand: Gildan
 Note: black fabric only.


$19.95


Dime Mystery Magazine T-Shirt

This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp magazine from the 1930s.
 Normal fit: Classic-cut standard weight t-shirt for men, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, Brand: Gildan
 Note: black fabric only.


$19.95

All shirts are available in Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, and XX-Large.

Altus Press





Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Now available and coming to comic shops December 14!

THE SHADOW Volume 112: "Death Token" & "Three Stamps of Death"
The Master of Darkness investigates collectible crime in two thrilling pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson writing as "Maxwell Grant." First, a supposedly insignificant French silver franc leads to murder and mayhem until The Shadow uncovers the sinister secret behind the "Death Token." Then, three foreign postage stamps cost the lives of three men, until Lamont Cranston infiltrates the underground collectors market to discover the mysterious mystery of the murderous buying power of the "Three Stamps of Death." BONUS: a lost Shadow adventure from the Golden Age of Radio! This special collector's volume showcases the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and the classic interior illustrations by Edd Cartier and Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-220-9 Softcover, 7x10, 112 pages, B&W, $14.95


Anthony Tollin, P.O. Box 761474, San Antonio, TX 78245-1474
1 book: $14.95 plus $3.00 (First Class) or $2 (Media Mail) for postage and packaging
2 books: $29.90 (cover price) First Class postpaid
Six issues for $84 (first class) or $78 (media mail) [postpaid]
Check, Money Order, or Paypal (orders@shadowsanctum.com)

 
Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Now available and coming to comic shops December 21!

THE BLACK BAT VOLUME 6: "The Black Bat and the Trojan Horse" & "The Black Bat's Dragon Trail"
The Nemesis of Crime returns in classic 1940 pulp novels by Norman A. Daniels and The Spider's Norvell Page. First, murderous foreign agents make a deadly attack on America's prewar defenses in "The Black Bat and the Trojan Horse," an action-packed thriller edited by future Batman editor Mort Weisinger! Then, the Scourge of the Underworld foils the Dragon Master's nefarious plans in "The Black Bat's Dragon Trail," as Tony Quinn attempts to prevent the exploitation of China by a war profiteer! Plus, the Mask returns in a Golden Age classic from Nedor's Exciting Comics #6. Softcover, 7x10, 128 pages, B&W, $14.95.



Anthony Tollin, P.O. Box 761474, San Antonio, TX 78245-1474
1 book: $14.95 plus $3.00 (First Class) or $2 (Media Mail) for postage and packaging
2 books: $29.90 (cover price) First Class postpaid
Six issues for $84 (first class) or $78 (media mail) [postpaid]
Check, Money Order, or Paypal (orders@shadowsanctum.com)




Art's Reviews Podcasts! - Now online!

Beyond Worlds Collide By Jeff Deischer

Philip Wylie and Edward Balmer  wrote the classic end-of-the-world-disaster novels When Worlds Collide and After Worlds Collide in 1933.  These were  serious Science Fiction novels not a mere entertainment.  it tells the story of Earth's destruction and the groups of men and women who struggled to leave our world and colonize an alien planet.  It was well written, brilliantly conceived, and filled with human drama and imagination.  Unfortunately, there were several plotlines that were left hanging and there were not any more novels in the series to help bring some closure to this momentous story UNTIL NOW!
 
Veteran writer Jeff Deischer has written a third novel to continue entitled Beyond Worlds Collide which takes up where the last novel ended and reveals more detail about the further adventures of the modern-day "Argonauts who left earth to preserve what was left of the human race.
 
Jeff carries on in a similar literary style to the original stories but adds more excitement and conflict.  This is a fun excursion into the world created by Wylie and Balmer exploring the fate of the last surviving humans in the universe.  This is a fitting sequel to a classic and beloved series.


Past episodes:
Pulpfest 2016: #10- Guest of Honor- Ted White
Pulpfest 2016: #9 - The Munsey Award
Pat Savage: Six Scarlet Scorpions a novel by Will Murray
The Shadow's Sanctum: Tony Isabella and Anthony Tollin


Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
The final quarterly issue of Blood ‘n’ Thunder is one of the best in the magazine’s 14-year run.
Number 49/50 offers the usual wide variety of articles and essays covering adventure, mystery and melodrama in American popular culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Among the topics explored in this double-sized farewell issue: Cornell Woolrich’s novelette “It Had to Be Murder” and Rear Window, the classic Alfred Hitchcock thriller adapted from it; the 1889 story paper that may have influenced The Shadow’s creation; the 1915 cliffhanger serial smash called The Diamond from the Sky; the origins of Robert E. Howard’s demonic wizard Skelos; the short-lived 1935 radio series featuring pulpdom’s The Spider; and Depression-era apprisals of the detective-pulp market from a 1933 issue of Writer’s Digest.

There’s also an entire section — over 60 pages — devoted to the collecting and preservation of rare pulp magazines and the premiums they offered; and a 1938 novelette of African intrigue featuring L. Patrick Greene’s suave British rogue “The Major.” Finally, in commemoration of the 90th anniversary of Amazing Stories, the very first magazine exclusively devoted to science fiction, we have an extensive selection of reviews of obscure SF yarns from the zine’s early years, illustrated with rare covers from the 1926-1930 period.

This final Blood ‘n’ Thunder has 210 pages and, as usual, is packed with illustrations to accompany its well-researched and well-written articles.

Trade paperback, 8x10, 210 pages
Price: $24.95

PURCHASE PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC BUYERS.
OVERSEAS BUYERS MUST INQUIRE FOR SHIPPING RATES BEFORE PLACING ORDERS.



Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
 FLICKERING SHADOWS
How Pulpdom's Master of Darkness Brightened the Silver Screen
Now available!

FLICKERING SHADOWS! Subtitled "How Pulpdom's Master of Darkness Brightened the Silver Screen," this 98-page monograph—about the length of a typical issue of BLOOD 'N' THUNDER—fully chronicles The Shadow's career in films and television. Beginning with the character's 1931 motion-picture debut in Universal's "Shadow Detective" featurettes, Ed Hulse follows the premier pulp hero in his two Grand National feature films, his 1940 cliffhanger serial, his three Monogram "B" mysteries, his two unsold TV pilots of the '50s, and finally the big-budget 1994 spectacular starring Alec Baldwin. Along the way Hulse debunks Shadow movie myths and even covers films scripted but never made, drawing on his extensive research and in-person interviews. He also discusses the Shadow pulp magazine so as to offer context in his examination of the motion pictures.

The book is profusely illustrated with stills, posters, lobby cards, vintage pulp covers, and even frame captures from the films themselves. It's a must-have for Shadow fans. Get it today at muraniapress.com!


Trade paperback, 7x10, 98 pages
Price: $10.95


PURCHASE PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC BUYERS.
OVERSEAS BUYERS MUST INQUIRE FOR SHIPPING RATES BEFORE PLACING ORDERS.




Bringing Back Classic Adventure One Page at a Time - Now online!

New Novel Coming soon! - New! 
Free Short Story!
Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #8 – The Curse of Capistrano
Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #7 – Under the Moons of Mars
Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #6 – The Man of Bronze

Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #5 – Twelve Peers

Castalia House Blog - Now online!

Short Reviews – Asteroid of Fear, by Raymond Z. Gallun - New! 
Mysteries of the Worm
Short Reviews – The Envoy, Her, by H.B. Fyfe
The Trail of Cthulhu

The Digest Enthusiast Blog - Now online!

Bellatrix IV and Albireo XII
- New! 
A Blonde for Murder - New! 
Mr. Thin and Mr. Cayterer - New! 
Great Gods! It’s Wynne N. Whiteford - New! 
Hammett’s seventh digest-sized collection
Nothing’s Impossible
November 1965 Newsstand
Famous Fantastic Mysteries Digest

Doc Savage Fantasy Covers
Now online!

Kez Wilson's DOC SAVAGE FANTASY COVERS website has added a new cover!
Check out the whole series of covers at the link below!





Edgar Rice Burroughs
TARZAN TRILOGY

Coming very soon!

Tarzan Trilogy by Thomas Zachek
Three all NEW Tarzan Stories, in one book, with Illustrations
Interior illustrations by Douglas Klauba


Three all new tales of Tarzan at Point Station, a remote English outpost near the Waziri homelands. Set during the advent of World War II, we see more and more European intrusion to the Bolongo River Basin. Tarzan becomes embroiled in increasingly dangerous events as cultures clash.
  1. Tarzan and the “Fountain of Youth: Searching for the missing son of a friend, Tarzan encounters agents of an unscrupulous pharmaceutical company exploiting jungle resources for its own profit.
  2. Tarzan and the Cross of Vengeance: A team of archaeologist making a groundbreaking discovery, a group of well-meaning but naive American missionaries arriving to convert the native tribes, and a ruthless band of men with a dark purpose stir up a heady mix of challenges for Tarzan, fomenting an intertribal war that only he can stop.  
  3. Tarzan the Conqueror: When the Third Reich invades Africa to exploit the land for riches and enslave the native populations in labor camps, Tarzan must lead the tribes in an unprecedented tribal resistance.
About the author: Thomas Zachek
I grew up on the Tarzan movies and, to a lesser extent, the comics. But I became hooked on the real Tarzan in high school after picking up a new Ace paperback edition of Tarzan and the Lost Empire for fifty cents, the one with the Frank Frazetta cover of our hero, monkey on his back, hanging from a limb on a cliff and looking down upon the Roman city. I went on to collect the entire series of Ace and Ballantine paperback reissues of Burroughs’ tales (and still have them). I discovered that Burroughs’ stories were quite unlike the family-friendly Tarzan of the movies, with inarticulate Johnny Weismuller as the hulking hero living for some reason in the jungle with a classy, aristocratic Jane. No, Burroughs’ hero was a British lord who spoke educated English and had a fascinating backstory. I was impressed with the far superior level of development and action found in these tales. I attempted writing my first Tarzan tale in 2005 (Tarzan and the “Fountain of Youth”) as something of a lark, and then followed it, to date, with six more Tarzan tales. Friends encouraged me to try to get the stories published. I am grateful to Jim Sullos of ERB, Inc., for giving me the chance. Here are my first three. In these stories, I have tried to craft realistic, page-turning adventure tales featuring classic Tarzan elements while at the same time taking the character in directions that have never been done in Tarzan stories before. I invite you to share your thoughts and comments with me at zachekbooks@gmail.com.





FULL WOLF MOON - Coming May 16!
by Lincoln Child


The New York Times bestselling author of The Forgotten Room and Deep Storm is back with a new thriller that follows the trail of a killer who cannot exist...featuring Jeremy Logan, the renowned investigator of the supernatural and fantastic.

Legends, no matter how outlandish, are often grounded in reality. This has been the guiding principle behind the exhilarating career of Jeremy Logan, the "enigmologist"--an investigator who specializes in analyzing phenomena that have no obvious explanation--previously seen in The Forgotten Room, The Third Gate, and Deep Storm. Logan has often found himself in situations where keeping an open mind could mean the difference between life and death, and that has never been more true than now.

Logan travels to an isolated writers' retreat deep in the Adirondacks to finally work on his book when the remote community is rocked by the grisly discovery of a dead hiker on Desolation Mountain. The body has been severely mauled, but the unusual savagery of the bite and claw marks call into question the initial suspicions of a wild bear attack. When Logan is asked to help investigate, he discovers no shortage of suspects capable of such an attack--and no shortage of locals willing to point the finger and spread incredible rumors. One rumor, too impossible to believe, has even the forest ranger believing in werewolves. As Logan gets to know the remote deep-woods landscape, including a respected woman scientist still struggling with the violent loss of her father in these very woods, Logan realizes he's up against something he has never seen before.

His most action-packed and white-knuckled novel to date, Full Wolf Moon is the perfect combination of exotic locales, provocative science, and raw action that make for a deeply entertaining Lincoln Child blockbuster.


Hardcover: 368 pages
Publisher: Doubleday
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 1 x 9.2 inches
$26.95


Amazon.com    


Hippocampus Press
A MEANS TO FREEDOM: The Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard
(Trade Paperback - Second Edition)

Coming January 22, 2017!


The new paperback edition of A MEANS TO FREEDOM will be officially released on January 22, 2017.
Advance orders are now being taken at the Hippocampus website.

H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard are two of the titans of weird fiction of their era. Dominating the pages of Weird Tales in the 1920s and 1930s, they have gained worldwide followings for their compelling writings and also for the very different lives they led.

Edited by S. T. Joshi, David E. Schultz, and Rusty Burke
Second softcover edition, 2017
ISBN: 978-1-61498-189-3 (two volume set)
1006 pages
$60





IRWIN ALLEN'S LOST IN SPACE: THE LOST ADVENTURES #6 - Arriving in comic shops December 14!
(Writer) Carey Wilber, Holly Interlandi (Art/Cover) Patrick McEvoy

Final issue!
Sentenced to have their heads chopped off, Will, Penny, Doctor Smith, and the Robot either have to find a way out of the Queen of Hearts' dungeon or a way out of the dimension all together — and the key to the latter might be a few words contained in a silly rhyme. But will it get them out in time?


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99






Howard Andrew Jones - Now online!

Last Stop for Ki-Gor - New!
Return to the Jungle, Ki-Gor Style
Later Savage Sword of Conan Volumes
Rapiers Ride!
Gray Maiden
Conan RPG

ILLUSTRATORS MAGAZINE #16 - Now available and coming soon to comic shops!

Neal Adams: An in depth look at the life and art of one of the all time greats. Packed full of stunning art from his comic days, his advertising days and unpublished work from his studio. Paul Slater: His work became a staple of British newspapers and magazines and his advertising clients are the largest companies around. Cecil Glossop: Popular and prolific illustrator for Chums (a weekly boys paper that ran from 1892 to 1941). His pirate paintings and drawings are without equal. Will Davies: He's the man behind images that shaped how Canadians saw half a century. Will Davies was so prolific, you have probably seen his work without even realizing it.

Magazine, 96 pages, Full Color, $24.99




JAMES BOND: HAMMERHEAD #3 (OF 6) - Arriving in comic shops December 14!
Writer: Andy Diggle
Art: Luca Casalanguida
Cover: Francesco Francavilla

After a massacre in Dubai, 007 closes in on the mysterious Kraken. But while investigating a mercenary safehouse in Yemen, Bond discovers the most advanced Q-Branch technology can sometimes prove less an asset than a liability. And a weapon is only as lethal as the man who wields it...

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99




Jerry Schneider Enterprises
Now available!

THE HOUR OF THE DRAGON

Conan is King of Aquilonia. His enemies, through the use of a strange talismantic jewel known as the Heart of Ahriman, resurrect a sorceror of renown powers, Xaltotun. Conan is forced from his kingdom and begins his strenuous campaign to regain his throne. He travels alone through many exotic lands, experiencing a variety of exciting adventures, before he is ready to return to battle his usurper.

This book contains the original texts as they first appeared in Weird Tales pulp magazine as well as all of the original illustrations which accompanied the stories.

Hardcover with dust jacket, 6 x 9 inch, 310 pages
Retail Price $44.95
Our Price $29.95
ISBN 978-1365537493

Hardcover with casewrap cover, 8.25 x 10.5 inch, 310 pages
Retail Price $34.95
Our Price $29.95

Trade Paperback, 6 x 9 inch, 310 pages
Retail Price $19.95
Our Price $12.95
ISBN 978-1540448828


 
 
LORDS OF THE JUNGLE Trade Paperback  - Arriving in comic shops December 14!
Cover: Alex Ross Writer: Corinna Bechko Art: Roberto Castro, Felipe Massafera

Tarzan has long been the protector of his jungle stronghold… but now he journeys deep into his enemy’s territory: the heart of London! Half a world away and nearly a century later, Sheena battles foes of her own when she is mysteriously swept through time and space to 1930’s Africa, leaving her own land unprotected. Will these two Lords of the Jungle find enough common ground to join forces? Or will the resulting culture clash lead to mutual destruction? For the first time ever, literary great Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Lord of the Jungle teams up with Sheena, the Queen of the Jungle created by comic book legends Will Eisner and Jerry Iger!

Trade paperback, 7" x 10", 152+ pages, $19.99





Martin Grams' Blog - Now online!

Van Williams, Star of the Green Hornet television series, dead at 82 - New!
Is there such a thing as too much TV?
Doctor Strange 2016 Movie Review
The "Lost" Adventures of the Lone Ranger
The Value of Dust Jackets


Moonstone Books
The Green Ghost: Declassified
By Win Scott Eckert & Eric Fein
Now available direct from Moonstone Books!
Coming soon to comic shops!


The Green Ghost—magician sleuth George Chance—returns! Once a debunker of the supernatural, the Green Ghost terrorized criminals with his horrific skull-face and wraithlike abilities. But criminologist Chance came back from Europe changed—for his wartime experiences taught him: the occult and night creatures were real! Thrill to new prose and comic book tales featuring a multitude of murderers, monsters, and crossovers with I.V. Frost, the Domino Lady, and more!

Authors: Win Scott Eckert, Eric Fein
Artist: David Niehaus
Cover: Malcolm McClinton
Softcover, 7” x 10”, grayscale, $14.99



The New Pulp Heroes - Now online!

The Protectors

The Centipede (Villain)
Super Incorporated
PRE CODE CLASSIC AMAZING ADVENTURES HC VOL 01 - Arriving in comic shops December 14!
(Art) Murphy Anderson, Wally Wood, Alex Schomburg, Norman Saunders & others

Oh, boy, we got an out'n'out doozy for you this time, with the six 1950's issues of Ziff Davis' Amazing Advenutures, brim full with work from the likes of Murphy Anderson, Jerry Siegel, Ogden Whitney, Wally Wood, Alex Schomburg, Frank Giacola, Bernard Krigstein, Norman Saunders, Ross Andru, and a host of other talented writers and artists. I could say more, like how #2 contains "The Steel Monster," a kickass riff on Ted Sturgeon's "Killdozer" yarn from 1944 (also homaged by Marvel some 20 years later). Collects issues #1-6 (1950 to Fall 1952).


Hardcover, 7x10, 216 pages, Full Color, $59.99





Pulpgen-Online Pulps - Now online!

New this week

"Baldy Simmons Goes Rose Bowl" by Jack Kofoed from THRILLING SPORTS, November, 1940

Featuring: Baldy Simmons
It's a Big Jump From the Squared Circle of Grunt and Groan to the Gridiron - But It's Worth It!

"Them Picks" by Phil Lang & Robert P. Janette from ALL-STORY WEEKLY, June 8, 1918
Porgy McGuire, many time loser with the law, wants to stay clean and honest, but his wife has other ideas.

"Murder in Fine Print" by O. B. Myers from G-MEN DETECTIVE, July, 1948
A reading glass helps Detective Cummings solve a case that looked like an accident.




Pulp Adventurecon
February 11, 2017!

Pulp Adventurecon 2017 fast approaches!
February 11, 2017
For Lauderdale, Florida
Universal Palms Hotel


Pulp Adventurecon returns to the Universal Palms Hotel, Fort Lauderdale, Florida for another afternoon of Golden Age comic books, Pulp Magazines, Big Little Books, Old-Time Radio, movie memorabilia, vintage pin-ups and much more!

25 vendor tables filled with great stuff, and plenty of knowledgeable collectors ready to talk about their favorite characters, authors, genres, and what-not!

If you stay overnight at the Universal Palms Hotel, use the special codeword "pulp" to receive the $109 room rate.

 



Pulp Crazy - Now online!

Dum-Dum 2016 – Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Coldwater Connection
Dum-Dum 2016 – Philip José Farmer’s Ancient Opar Series
The Road by Hiroshi Aramata
Pulp Den - Now online!

Death Rides Solar II

Near-Earth Object 2017AP
The Damp Fedora
Realms of Edenocht
         Pulp Den  

Pulp Flakes - Now online!
A new pulp blog on pulp magazines, authors and their stories, adventure and detective pulps.

Fanny Ellsworth article on writing western stories for Ranch Romances - New!
Article on editing by Ray Long - magazine editor
Arthur S. Hoffman - Profile of Fritz Duquesne, adventurer
Pulp AdventureCon 2016
Dee Linford - Western Author, Journalist, Technical Writer

The Pulp Hermit - Now online!

The Power Barons
Scorpio
Secret Mission Angola
The Pulp.Net  - Now online!
The Pulp.Net features three ongoing blogs!
Pulp Super-Fan blog written by Michael R. Brown, That's Pulp by John Olsen, and the long-running Yellowed Perils written by William Lampkin.


That's Pulp! by John Olsen

Perry Mason: novels #25 and #26 - New!
‘The Purple Monster Strikes’: a serial in 15 chapters
‘The Shadow’: a review of the 1994 movie, part 2
‘The Shadow’: a review of the 1994 movie, part 1
Yellowed Perils by William Lampkin

Paul A. Carter: 1926-2017 - New!
Remembering the pulpsters
Have a pulpy Halloween
Robert Weinberg: 1946-2016
Bits of pulp: Foundation, Jedi, & more

Radio Archives

Audiobooks at a 50% discount!
This newsletter, the Anniversary Celebration spotlight is on Audiobooks!
All 149 audiobooks are 50% off.
All Audiobook Audio CDs and Digital Downloads are included.
Whether you are experiencing one of our Audiobooks for the first time or completing your collection, this is the sale of the year.
The spotlight on Audiobooks ends December 8th.


Radio Archives
Captain Future #4 Audiobook
The Triumph of Captain Future by Edmond Hamilton
Read by Milton Bagby
Now available!
 
Racing to the Ringed Planet in Answer to Earth’s Clarion Call, the Wizard of Science seeks a Forbidden Elixir of Life—and Finds the City of Eternal Youth!

 
The Captain Future stories were not only populated with magnificent characters, but they were also set in a wild, imaginative, almost psychedelic universe. Edmond Hamilton built worlds and star systems that in many ways completely disregarded what the public knew to be true about outer space, but they did not care. Nearly every planet in our solar system could support life and danger lurked there, too. Although the original stories took place amongst familiar planets, Hamilton would take readers far beyond anything familiar in later tales.
 
Published from 1940 to 1951, Captain Future stories initially take place in the far flung year of 1990. As the series progressed, Hamilton moved away from pinning the ongoing adventures to a particular time and focusing more on forming continuity, where stories built on one another. This allowed for a freedom of imagination, for Hamilton to tell stories without restrictions.
 
Although Captain Future was initially modeled on Doc Savage, hints and influences of other heroes make their way into the stories as well. For instance, the Planet Police summon Captain Future with a signal flare fired into the sky, similarly to Batman, the Phantom Detective, and others. Also, Captain Future has a female interest, although he never fully admits that she might be a romantic one. A member of the Space Patrol, Joan Randall proves in story after story that she can stand alongside the Futuremen. She also clearly has affection for Curt Newton, waiting for him to acknowledge his feelings for her that as so many Pulp heroines do.
 
Rocket into science fiction adventure and discover new worlds. Ripped from the pages of the Fall 1940 issue of Captain Future magazine, “The Triumph of Captain Future” is read with wonder and excitement by Milton Bagby.

  
5 hours - $9.99 Download / $19.98 Audio CDs


A nameless mystery man with a wartime past, backed by a shadowy group of powerful philanthropists, Secret Agent “X” took on the toughest assignments of the dirty thirties. Operating out of the half-haunted Montgomery Mansion, X was also known as the Man of a Thousand Faces.



In ten days there were ten murders. Bestial terror talons ripped the heart and soul from a city—as they ripped life from its civic monarchs. And in the funeral wake of these awesome claws lay the dried, bloodless husks of what once were men. The Grim Reaper stalked the city with a handful of horror. Alone, bucking this mad march to the grave, was Secret Agent “X”—the Man of a Thousand Faces. Countless times had “X” manhunted murderers. But never before had his trail carried him up a corpse-runged ladder of human husks.
 
The enigma of enigmas, Secret Agent “X” has been deputized by a high government official to battle the darkest, most diabolical enemies of America before they sink their poisonous fangs into the nation’s healthy core. Operating out of the supposedly haunted Montgomery Mansion, Secret Agent “X” ventures forth in a bewildering array of false identities to infiltrate the darkest underbelly of the underworld—and destroy it from within. A master investigator of a thousand guises and surprises. The only clue to his true identity is his haunting whistle…..
 
Though Paul Chadwick was the creator and architect of the weird menace series that Secret Agent “X” would be, other well known Pulp writers also added their own contributions to the canon. All writing under the “Brant House name”, G. T. Fleming-Roberts, Emile C. Tepperman, and Wayne Rogers wrote Secret Agent “X” tales as well over the 41 story run.
 
Follow the Man of a Thousand Faces as he confronts the menace of Talons of Terror, ripped from Secret Agent “X” magazine, April 1935 and read with chilling intensity by Milton Bagby.

 
5 hours - $9.99 Download / $19.98 Audio CDs

Radio Archives
James Christopher, Operator #5 Audiobook
#10 The Red Invader
by Frederick C. Davis writing as Curtis Steele

Read by Milton Bagby

Now available at 50% off until December 15! 

A happy crowd, inspired by the spirit of Christmas, was milling joyously in Times Square, New York. Suddenly, cutting through the sounds of gayety, came a shrill whine. It became louder, and at the very second of midnight, a gigantic shell exploded, killing, maiming, destroying! At twelve hour intervals thereafter — no man knew in advance where — another shell burst devastatingly. Two great powers were openly accused in the newspapers. War — savage and bloody — was imminent, and Operator #5 realized that he had encountered his most cunning foe, the clever woman spy — Radi Havara!

 
Jimmy Christopher was the star of the most audacious pulp magazine ever conceived. With the rise of European fascism in the form of Benito Mussolini of Italy, Adolf Hitler of Nazi Germany and General Francisco Franco of Spain—not to mention myriad lesser despots and dictators—Americans began to fear for their future. The dread of being drawn into a second World War became a topic of grave concern in that Depression year of 1934.

At pulp magazine publisher Popular Publications, they took note of this isolationist trend and commissioned writer Frederick C. Davis to help develop a hero for their new monthly magazine, entitled Secret Service Operator #5.

“The basic concept of Operator #5 came from Harry Steeger, the publisher, or Rogers Terrill, the editor, or both,” Davis recalled. “It was that Operator #5 must save the United States from total destruction in every story, every month. When I was called in to start the series Terrill already had a cover illustration—the White House being blown up. I did the first Operator 5 around this picture.”

Into this unprecedented crisis plunged Jimmy Christopher. Only one man, but a man who embodied the American spirit — and stands prepared to perish to protect his country.
The Red Invader is read with stirring intensity by Milton Bagby. Originally published in the January, 1935 issue of Operator #5 magazine.

 
Specially priced until December 15th. 5 hours - $4.99 Download / $9.99 Audio CDs


Radio Archives Pulp Classics
The Spider #117 eBook
October 1943
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge

Now available!

Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine. As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.
 
Another epic exploit of America’s best-loved pulp-fiction character of the 1930s and 1940s: The Spider — Master of Men! Richard Wentworth — the dread Spider, nemesis of the Underworld, lone wolf anti-crime crusader who always fights in that grim no-man’s land between Law and lawless — returns in vintage pulp tales of the Spider, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Meet the Spider! by Will Murray
 
A Book-Length Spider Novel
The Spider and Hell’s Factory by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Only Richard Wentworth, Nita and two staunch friends stood in the path of a tidal wave of treason and destruction. For hell’s own handyman, The Chief, had moved into America’s greatest center of war industry, to organize a mass blood purge for all patriots!
 
Date for Dying — A Thrill-Packed Story by Francis K. Allan
Headstrong, willful Connie would follow Red right through hell... And that was exactly where Red was going!
 
Death’s Dress Rehearsal — An Ed Race Story by Emile C. Tepperman
A lead-slinging waitress led Ed Race on a homicidal game of murder tag — in which he was It!
 
The Web — A Department
Conducted by The Chief
Young America is tough!
 
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want. $3.99

  


Radio Spirits

Born in 1886 and still going strong in the 1940s, Nick Carter doesn't show his age at all in these exciting radio adventures -- including a rare near complete adventure written by mystery legend Robert A. Arthur!

Lon Clark stars as Carter with John Kane as reporter-sidekick Scubby Wilson, and Helen Choate and Charlotte Manson taking turns as Nick's breezy secretary Patsy Bowen.

Includes a Program Guide by radio historian Elizabeth McLeod.

Episodes Include: Nine Hours To Live 01-15-44; Records of Death 01-22-44; The Drums of Death 03-25-44; Murder by Magic 04-08-44; Kidnap For Sale Part One 04-17-44, Part Two 04-18-44, Part Three 04-19-44, Part Five 04-21-44, Part Six 04-24-44, Part Seven 04-25-44, Part Eight 04-26-44, Part Nine 04-27-44; Murder on Mad Mountain 10-22-44; The Witch of Donderberg Mountain 04-29-45; The Case of the Hanging Paperhanger 08-05-45; The Case of the Talking Tree 09-09-45; The Case of the Wandering Corpse 01-06-46; The Body in the Ice 01-27-46; The Case of the Make-Believe Robbery 06-18-46; The Case of the Red Goose Murder 09-01-46


Duration: 8 hours
Media: (8) CDs
Price: $31.95




RED SONJA #0 - Arriving in comic shops December 14!
Writer: Amy Chu
Art: Carlos Gomez
Cover: Nick Bradshaw


25¢ INTRODUCTORY PRICED ISSUE!

The barbarian She-Devil with a Sword faces a whole different world and challenges in this new adventure written by Amy Chu and drawn by Carlos Gomez. Somewhere deep underground, strange and powerful demons clad in metal armor attack and roust Red Sonja from a deep magical sleep. Confused and weaponless, she must find a way to defeat these mysterious creatures, escape from her solitary prison, and make her way to the surface to discover where she is, and why she was put there...

Full Color, 24 pages, $0.25


THE SEVENTH PLAGUE: A Sigma Force Novel - Arriving in book stores December 13!
by James Rollins


If the biblical plagues of Egypt truly happened--could they happen again--on a global scale?

Two years after vanishing into the Sudanese desert, the leader of a British archeological expedition, Professor Harold McCabe, comes stumbling out of the sands, frantic and delirious, but he dies before he can tell his story. The mystery deepens when an autopsy uncovers a bizarre corruption: someone had begun to mummify the professor's body--while he was still alive.

His strange remains are returned to London for further study, when alarming news arrives from Egypt. The medical team who had performed the man's autopsy has fallen ill with an unknown disease, one that is quickly spreading throughout Cairo. Fearing the worst, a colleague of the professor reaches out to a longtime friend: Painter Crowe, the director of Sigma Force. The call is urgent, for Professor McCabe had vanished into the desert while searching for proof of the ten plagues of Moses. As the pandemic grows, a disturbing question arises.

Are those plagues starting again?

Before Director Crowe can investigate, a mysterious group of assassins leaves behind a fiery wake of destruction and death, erasing all evidence. With the professor's body incinerated, his home firebombed, Sigma Force must turn to the archaeologist's only daughter, Jane McCabe, for help. While sifting through what's left of her father's work, she discovers a puzzling connection, tying the current threat to a shocking historical mystery, one involving the travels of Mark Twain, the genius of Nikola Tesla, and the adventures of famous explorer, Henry Morgan Stanley.

To unravel a secret going back millennia, Director Crowe and Commander Grayson Pierce will be thrust to opposite sides of the globe. One will search for the truth, traveling from the plague-ridden streets of Cairo to a vast ancient tomb buried under the burning sands of the Sudan; the other will struggle to stop a mad genius locked within a remote Arctic engineering complex, risking the lives of all those he holds dear.

As the global crisis grows ever larger, Sigma Force will confront a threat born of the ancient past and made real by the latest science--a danger that will unleash a cascading series of plagues, culminating in a scourge that could kill all of the world's children . . . decimating mankind forever.


Hardcover: 448 pages
Publisher: William Morrow
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.4 x 9 inches
List Price: $27.99


The Shadow 365 - Now online!

A new Shadow blog, "The Shadow 365," is now online.
Every day it will be posting and discussing in chronological order the legendary pulp and comic book covers of "The Shadow."
Who Knows What Evil Lurks in the Hearts of Men? The Shadow 365 knows!


Tellers of Weird Tales - Now online!
Terence Hanley has created a blog in which he researches and writes about the contributors to Weird Tales magazine and its companion titles, Oriental Stories and The Magic Carpet Magazine.

Middle American Indians on the Cover of Weird Tales - New!
Pirates on the Cover of Weird Tales
Hannes Bok's Uncategorizable Cover, Then Politics on the Cover of Weird Tales
Coye's Uncategorizable Covers
Strange People on the Cover of Weird Tales
Weird Forces on the Cover of Weird Tales


Van Williams, TV's Green Hornet: February 27, 1934 to November 29, 2016

Van Williams, who portrayed the masked crime-fighter The Green Hornet in a memorable TV series, has died. He was 82.

In The Green Hornet, an adaptation of the radio serial that debuted in the 1930s, Williams starred as playboy editor/publisher Britt Reid, who inherited The Daily Sentinel newspaper from his father, who died in jail after being framed for a crime he did not commit. Reid donned a mask, fedora and long coat to battle the bad guys as the Hornet. Famed martial-arts expert Bruce Lee, then unknown in the U.S., played Kato, Reid's manservant. He drove his boss around town in their ominous, gadget-packed Black Beauty car.

Williams is survived by Vicki, his wife of 57 years, and their daughters Nina, Tia and Britt, and twin daughters from a previous marriage, Lisa and Lynne. He also had nine grand children.




WEIRDBOOK #33
Now available and recommended!

Weirdbook will be publishing four issues in 2017. 
Weirdbook is now a quarterly!
So issues #34 - #37 will all appear  in 2017.

Here are great fantasy and horror tales by current and upcoming masters of the genre...
Trade Paperback, 16 x 9 inches, 80 pages, $12.00

Table of Contents

Fiction
The River Flows To Nowhere by John R. Fultz
The Amnesiac’s Lament by Scott R Jones
Trance Junkie By Bruno Lombardi
Bad Faith by Will Blinn document page 56
Dwelling of the Wolf by Franklyn Searight
The Ruby Palace by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
The Screams at the Keyhole by Garrett Cook
Diary of an Illness by C. M. Muller
Teatime with Mrs. Monster by James Aquilone
Train to Nowhere by Adrian Cole

Poetry & Prose
A Cure for Unrequited Love by Donald W. Schank
The Owl by S. L. Edwards
Bathory in Red by Ashley Dioses
Blood Siren's Alcove by Ashley Dioses
The Woodland funeral by K.A. Opperman
The Lady in Scarlet by K.A. Opperman
The Ghost Carriage by K. A. Opperman
Hymn to Shub-Niggurath by Darrell Schweitzer

Noctuary of Sfatlicllp by Frederick J. Mayer
Sfatlicllp's Ghoul by Frederick J. Mayer
Nile Lamia Recalls by Frederick J. Mayer









02 December 2016

2016 and 2017 Film Releases
All dates are subject to change.

December 16, 2016
December 21, 2016
December 25, 2016
ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY
PASSENGERS
JUMANJI

January 6, 2017 UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS
February 10, 2017
February 17, 2017
February 17, 2017
THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE
MAZE RUNNER: THE DEATH CURE

THE DARK TOWER
March 3, 2017
March 10, 2017
March 17, 2017
March 24, 2017
March 24, 2017
March 31, 2017
THE WOLVERINE 2
KONG: SKULL ISLAND
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
DARK UNIVERSE: THE MUMMY
KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD
GHOST IN THE SHELL
May 5, 2017
May 19, 2017
May 26, 2017

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2
TERMINATOR: GENISYS 2
PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES

June 2, 2017
June 9, 2017
June 9, 2017
June 16, 2017
WONDER WOMAN
THE DIVERGENT SERIES: ASCENDANT
THE MUMMY
KINGSMEN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE
July 7, 2017
July 14, 2017
July 21, 2017
July 28, 2017
SPIDERMAN: HOMECOMING
WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES
VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS
JUMANJI
August 4, 2017
ALIEN: CONVENANT
September 29, 2017
THE EQUALIZER 2
November 3, 2017
November 10, 2017
November 17, 2017

THOR: RAGNAROK
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART 1

December TBA, 2017
December TBA, 2017
December 22, 2017
AVATAR 2
STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII
THE SIX BILLION DOLLAR MAN

2017 Windy City Pulp and Paper Show
April 21-23, 2017

As 2016 comes to a close, Windy City Pulp and Paper Convention is less than a half a year away. 
Our theme this coming convention is a combo of Red Circle Pulps and Gangster Mags celebration.
We have a guest that worked for the Goodman Company, but until we firm up the details, can't say much more.

Gangster magazines began with The Underworld in 1927, thereby it's 90th Anniversary. 
A genre that was heavily used by Harold Hersey. 
Which leads us into some exciting news regarding our upcoming Friday Night Auction. 
A collection of some truly remarkable pulps will be available for auction, and you can check out some of the sample issues in our newsletter
[all pulps in the newsletter will be in the auction and more] and on our Facebook and Website.


For Hotel Information/Registration information, visit the link below.
For con registration (Tables and membership), visit the link below.


Adventure House
Now available!

High Adventure #151
Planet Stories Special Issue


"The Man The Tech-Men Made" by Fox B. Holden
"Sword of Tormain" by Eric Storm
and more.

Cover Art: Kelly Freas

   
7x10, 110 pages, $12.95

   

Adventure House
Now available!

G-8 And His Battle Aces #50

"The Flight of the Hell Hawks" by Robert J. Hogan
G-8 could see those Claws of Death, sharpened with hate and with the strength of steel, grasping Yank pilots from their pits and hurling them to horrible destruction. 
What was the ghastly secret that had given them life? 
How could brave men fight back at the Vultures who murdered them in the sky?


Cover Art: Frederick Blakeslee

7x10, 112 pages, $12.95



Adventure House
Now available!

The Phantom Detective - January 1943

"Murder Makes the Bets" by Robert Wallace
Death is the payoff when a diabolical master of crime turns to the sport world for his field of operations and hurls a bold challenge at the Phantom! 
Follow the daring exploits of Richard Curtis Van Loan as he battles to smash a million-dollar racket.

"Maybe He’s Waiting" by James Donnelly
"Killer’s Pal" by C.S. Montanye

   
7x10, 112 pages, $14.95



Adventure House
Now available!

Captain Future - Spring 1942

"Outlaws of the Moon" by Edmond Hamilton
Curt Newton leads the valiant Futuremen in the thrilling fight to preserve a priceless lunar heritage! 
Follow the World’s Greatest Space-farer, Captain Future, as he embarks on the most perilous exploits of his career.

"The Alien Intelligence" by Jack Williamson
"Guinea Pig" by Arthur K. Barnes
"The Dummy That Saved Earth" by Graph Waldeyer


Cover Artist: Earle Bergey
   
7x10, 128 pages, $14.95



Adventure House
Now available!

Wide World Adventures - September 1929

"The Vengeance of the Shark" by Albert Richard Wetjen
"Medico" by Lt. W.J. Stamper
"The Blind Boy of El Shetma" by Warren Hastings Miller
"Brown’s Tiger" by P. Chamier Tripp
"The Law of Their Kind" by Anderson McCully
"One More River To Cross" by Major George Fielding Elliot
"Shylock McLean’s Mutton Mail" by George McPherson Hunter

Cover Artist: H.W. Wesso
   
7x10, 144 pages, $14.95




Adventures in Bronze / Altus Press
THE WILD ADVENTURES OF KING KONG
KING KONG VS. TARZAN
Now available in softcover, hardcover and eBook editions!

BEAST-GOD VERSUS APE-MAN

The year was 1933. Filmmaker Carl Denham had captured the stupendous monster he had dubbed “King” Kong. But that was only the beginning. Denham was determined to get the dethroned ruler of Skull Mountain Island back to America, and cash in on the greatest wild animal capture in human history.

The saga of how Kong was taken in chains from his Indian Ocean kingdom to New York City has never been told. In order for the cargo freighter Wanderer to make the long transit to the Atlantic, she is forced to circumnavigate Africa—jungle home of the legendary Tarzan of the Apes!

Here is the long-anticipated clash between the Monarch of Skull Island and Lord of the Jungle.

When the largest anthropoid who ever lived encounters the savage superman raised by the great apes, will they make peace—or war?






Age of Aces
Now available!

CAPTAIN PHILIP STRANGE: STRANGE SPECTRES by Donald E. Keyhoe

A mental marvel from birth, who used his talents on stage as a boy, Philip Strange is now known as “The Phantom Ace of G-2″ by the Allies during WWI. “Horrors of war” takes on a whole new meaning when WWI erupts with paranormal activity: Flaming planes piloted by charred skeletons; Battleship crews that mysteriously vanish; Medieval knights falling from the sky; The spirit of the Red Baron himself haunting the frontlines! When World War I gets weird, only America’s own “Phantom Ace of G-2” has a ghost of a chance against the supernatural slaughter. Captain Philip Strange in his strangest cases yet from the pages of Flying Aces magazine!

Take another trip through the imaginings of Donald E. Keyhoe, where the WWI war skies are filled with giant bats, invisible fire, and beautiful spies. And where America turns to its own unnatural secret weapon: Captain Philip Strange. A mental marvel from birth, he was so terrifyingly effective as the Allies’ top agent that the Germans were offering a king’s ransom for his death. This fifth volume of weird WWI adventures collects six stories featuring Germany’s wildest attempts to win the war and Captain Philip Strange’s counter measures!

Stories include:
“Scourge of the Spectre,” – Flying Aces, August 1935
“Spectre of the Red Knight,” – Flying Aces, January 1932
“The Vanishing Avenger,” – Flying Aces, February 1934
“The Ghost from G-2,” – Flying Aces, May 1934
“Strafe of the Flying Corpse,” – Flying Aces, January 1936
“The Armored Corpse,” – Flying Aces, March 1936


Trade paperback, 6"x9", 350 pages, $16.99


SQUADRON OF THE DEAD by Frederick C. Painton


The Squadron of the Dead contained all the hellions of ten armies! Men without hope; men courting death; men who loved to kill; men who laughed and fought, drank and cursed, lived hard, and died harder. Americans, British, Russians—even Germans—made up their ranks, and only one bond held them together: Death lay ahead of them. They were assigned the grim missions no other squadron dared to take—for they had all been condemned to die!

Each of the eight stories in Painton’s Squadron of the Dead is the story of a different pilot who has been condemned to death and sent to the squadron to serve out his sentence. And die they did, dropping spies, bombing impossible places, strafing infantry for harassed Allied battalions. These men flew recklessly, savagely, knowing they could live again only when death really claimed them. Then their names would shine once again in the casualty announcements and they would be posthumously awarded the Legion d’Honneur.

Frederick C. Painton, a prolific pulp author and venerated newspaper man, wrote the eight Squadron of the Dead stories contained in this anthology in 1935 for Sky Birds magazine.
Painton is best remembered for his coverage of World War II for Reader’s Digest magazine.

Stories include:
“Today We Die,” – Sky Birds, February 1935
“Ghosts of the Living,” – Sky Birds, March 1935
“The Glory Gambler,” – Sky Birds, April 1935
“Tarmac of Treason,” – Sky Birds, June 1935
“Death’s Dreadnaughts,” – Sky Birds, July 1935
“Legion of the Unlucky,” – Sky Birds, August 1935
“Duel of Dishonor,” – Sky Birds, September 1935
“Slaughter of the Dead,” – Sky Birds, December 1935

Plus:
”About the Author” by Frederick C. Painton


Trade paperback, 6"x9", 362 pages, $16.99





Airship 27 Productions
THE RETURN OF THE DOMINO LADY
Now available!

Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to announce that pulpdom’s sexiest masked adventure is back in a brand new collection of her sexy exploits.  From a gang of corrupt policemen to secret Nazis saboteurs out to destroy the Los Angeles Olympics, the beautiful and wily crime-fighter has her hands full in this new quartet of tales by Gene Moyers, Brad Mengel, Robert Ricci and Paul Findley. 

“Volume One of this series was a whopping success for us,” reports Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor Ron Fortier.  “We couldn’t keep copies on our tables at the pulp cons.  Our readers, both men and women, are extremely fascinated by this character as there were so few female pulp heroes back in the 30s and 40s.”

Airship 27 Productions was also thrilled to reassemble the art team that made Volume One so beautiful for the fans.  Under the helm of Art Director Rob Davis, artist James Lyle delivered another twelve fantastic black and white interior illustrations while Canadian Ted Hammond offered his second Domino Lady cover; a stunning image that captures the allure and mystery inherent in this great character.

As always, lovely socialite Ellen Patrick weaves her way in and out of trouble, donning her black silk domino mask whenever injustice rears its ugly head. From the time of her father’s murder, Ellen has dedicated herself to righting wrongs.  She just does it in a most peculiar fashion becoming the pulps’ most alluring and deadly hero; the Domino Lady.


Available now from Amazon and Kindle.

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!


Airship 27 Productions
CAPTAIN HAZZARD: CUSTER'S GHOST
Now available!

Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to bring together two of pulpdom’s most unique and colorful heroes in one fast paced, all action adventure; “Captain Hazzard – Custer’s Ghost” by award winning New Pulp writer Ron Fortier.

When an eerie ghost rider appears on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation and begins butchering innocent lives, native superstitions are fueled.  Could this wraith actually be General George Armstrong Custer returned from the dead to seek retribution for his massacre at the Battle of Little Bighorn?  Then, when gangsters attempt to kidnap a Sioux Princess at a prestigious college in New York, Captain Hazzard and his team of adventurers soon find themselves flying to Montana to unravel a truly bizarre mystery.

Accompanying them is Jim Anthony, the famous Super Detective, along with his grandfather, the Comanche shaman, Mephito.  Somewhere in those rugged mountains and plains lies a secret from the past that will change Anthony’s life forever.  But to uncover it, he and the Hazzard will have to risk all and solve the mystery of Custer’s Ghost!

Fortier, the author, and Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor, had long wanted to bring both these great heroes together.  “It’s no secret to pulp fans that both were originally invented to copy the legendary Doc Savage,” Fortier related during a recent interview.  “Whereas Jim Anthony went on to have multiple adventures, Captain Hazzard only ever appeared in one issue of his own title and then vanished.  Throughout the years he’s been known as the One Hit Wonder.”

Since beginning Airship 27 Productions, over a decade ago, Fortier and partner, Art Director Rob Davis, have devoted themselves to continuing the adventures of lesser known pulp heroes such as Captain Hazzard and Jim Anthony. To date the company has released four books featuring the Super Detective in anthologies, while Fortier took it upon himself to write the new exploits of the Champion of Justice.

“Custer’s Ghost” has been three years in the making and the author is all too aware that readers have been overly patient awaiting its completion.  The book features interiors by Davis and a stunning cover by Pat Carbajal.  “In the end I hope they will think the wait was worth it,” Fortier says hopefully.  “Just don’t ask me when number six is coming?”


Available now from Amazon and Kindle.

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!


Altus Press
THE SNARL OF THE BEAST: THE COLLECTED HARD-BOILED STORIES OF RACE WILLIAMS, VOLUME 2
by Carroll John Daly
Now available!


Race Williams returns! Originally appearing in the pages of Black Mask Magazine, author Carroll John Daly pioneered the hard-boiled detective P.I. story and perfected the genre with his classic character, Race Williams. Apart from the novel-length Race Williams stories, these classic hard-boiled thrillers have rarely been reprinted, if ever.

Volume 2 contains the next batch of Race Williams stories, all from 1927 29 as Daly broke the mold of Black Mask by running serialized novels in the pages of that important magazine. Included here are "The Snarl of the Beast," "The Egyptian Lure," "The Hidden Hand," and "The Tag Murders."

Additional editorial pieces are also included: Daly's own "Putting Over a Detective Novel" was written to explain his working process while writing "The Snarl of the Beast." And it's prefaced by an all-new, scholarly introduction by Professor Brooks E. Hefner of James Madison University.

The Snarl of the Beast: The Collected Hard-Boiled Stories of Race Williams Volume 2 continues this most important series published in years on the history of the Hard-Boiled Detective story.

483 pages
  $29.95 softcover
SALE PRICE: $28.95 softcover

You can place a pre-order on Amazon.com at the link below.


Altus Press
THE LIFE OF PINKY JENKINS, VOLUME 1
by H. Bedford-Jones

Now available!

One of the best series ever published in the pulps was written by the prolific H. Bedford-Jones, author of hundreds of stories totaling an estimated 25 millions words.
Thomas Jasper "Pinky" Jenkins, a drunk and corrupt sheriff accompanied by his deputy Parker, shot his way through nearly a score of comedy/Western stories from the 1920s.
Volume 1 includes four recently-discovered Jenkins stories by Bedford-Jones which were published under a pseudonym.

The Pinky Jenkins series may be the only series of its kind written by The King of the Pulps, and considered one of his best by Bedford-Jones aficionados.


$19.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover
SALE PRICE: $18.95 softcover |  $28.95 hardcover




Altus Press
Pulp Logo T-shirts

Now available!

Black Mask T-Shirt
This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp hero’s magazine from the 1930s. This aviation hero fought the foes of America from 1934 to 1935.
Note: blue fabric only.
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The Mysterious Wu Fang T-Shirt
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Dr. Yen Sin T-Shirt
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Short Stories T-Shirt
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Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds T-Shirt
This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp hero’s magazine from the 1930s. This aviation hero fought the foes of America from 1934 to 1935.
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Argosy Magazine T-Shirt
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Famous Fantastic Mysteries T-Shirt
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Argosy 1970s Logo T-Shirt

This is the authentic logo used for this classic magazine.
In 1974, the new owners of Argosy revamped the decades-old periodical, introducing a new design—including a completely-updated logo—
by Herb Lubalin and Roger Ferriter, two of the greatest designers of the 20th Century.

Note: burgundy fabric only.
$19.95

All shirts are available in Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, and XX-Large.










 


Art's Reviews Podcasts! - Now online!

Nothing new this week.

Past episodes:
Pulpfest 2016: #9 - The Munsey Award
Pulpfest 2016: #10- Guest of Honor- Ted White

Pat Savage: Six Scarlet Scorpions a novel by Will Murray
The Shadow's Sanctum: Tony Isabella and Anthony Tollin
Pulpfest 7 - The New Pulp Panel

Pulpfest 6: Author Barbara Doran's Readings
Black Coat Press
New titles now available!

TALES OF THE SHADOWMEN 13: SANG FROID
Edited by J-M. & R. Lofficier
Cover by Michel Borderie

Stories by Jason Scott Aiken, Matthew Baugh, Adam Mudman Bezecny, Nicholas Boving, Nathan Cabaniss, Matthew Dennion, Brian Gallagher, Martin Gately, Travis Hiltz, Paul Hugli, Rick Lai, Nigel Malcolm, Christofer Nigro, John Peel, Frank Schildiner, Sam Shook, Michel Stéphan, David L. Vineyard and Jared Welch.

Sang Froid, i.e. Cold Blood! The ability to stay calm in difficult or even dangerous situations... as exhibited by French sleuth Joseph Rouletabille aboard the transiberian "Horror Express"... Or martial arts master Caine and Jed Puma confronted by an insane plan to seize the Wild Wild West... Not to forget the great warlock Quentin Moretus Cassave coming face to face with the Dark Gods, Doctor Omega determined to solve a most enigmatic temporal murder, Sâr Dubnotal battling Dracula, and Sir Wilfred Ivanhoe sworn to defeat the evil Bishop of Aquila...

All this, plus the return of Fantômas, the People of the Pole and the Enchanted City of Africa, Vampires in Berlin and Los Angeles, and a host of Frankenstein Monsters!

In this thirteenth volume of Tales of the Shadowmen, the only anthology dedicated to international heroes and villains of pulp literature, writers from Canada, England, France and the United States, pay homage to those great champions and master criminals who enchanted our adolescence.

Contents:
Jason Scott Aiken: Galazi in the Enchanted City starring Galazi, Queen Toulommia
Matthew Baugh: A Dollar’s Worth of Fists starring Kwai Chang Caine, the Black Coats, Jed Puma
Adam Mudman Bezecny: Harry’s Homecoming starring Harry Dickson, Doctor Ox
Nicholas Boving: The Aquila Curse starring Renaud the Montauban, Ivanhoe, Etienne de Navarre
Nathan Cabaniss: From Paris with Hate starring OSS 117, Fantômas, Diabolik
Matthew Dennion: A Purpose in Life starring Micharl Myers, the Black Coats
Brian Gallagher: The Berlin Vampire starring Captain Vampire, The Vampire Countess, Von Bork
Martin Gately: Rouletabille Rides the Horror Express starring Rouletabille, Sir Alexander Saxton, James Wells
Micah Harris: The Goat of Saint Elster starring Quentin Moretus Cassave
Travis Hiltz: The Island of Exodus starring The People of the Pole, The Wandering Jew
Paul Hugli: As Easy as 1, 2, 3... starring John Carter, Jean Saint-Clair, Nikola Tesla
Rick Lai: Eve of Destruction starring Dr. Mabuse, Fantômas, the Black Coats
Nigel Malcolm: Maximum Speed starring M. Lecoq, Loveday Brooke, Simon Carne
Christofer Nigro: Bad Alchemy starring the Frankenstein Monsters
John Peel: Time to Kill starring Doctor Omega, Bob Morane
Frank Schildiner: The Taking of Frankenstein starring Gouroull, Wu Fang, Dr. Xavier
Sam Shook: Bringer of the Outer Dark starring Hareton Ironcastle, Sâr Dubnotal, Chandu, El Borak
Michel Stéphan: One Summer Night at Holy Cross starring Bob Morane, Harry Callahan
David L. Vineyard: The Moon of the White Wolf starring Arsène Lupin, John Silence, Bulldog Drummond
Jared Welch: Styrian Rhapsody starring Eugenie Danglars, Louise d'Armilly, Mircalla Karnstein


US $23.95 /GBP £15.99
6x9
trade paperback, 300 pages
THE APOCRYPHAL NAPOLEON
by Louis Geoffroy
Adapted by Brian Stableford
Cover by Dimitri Rastorgoueff

The pyramid, in its full extent, as covered with white marble, and on the face that overlooked Paris was inscribed, in golden letters of prodigious dimension, a single word: NAPOLÉON.

 
The Apocryphal Napoléon (1836) by Louis Geoffroy, a French Magistrate, is celebrated as the first extended exercise in “alternate history.” In it, Napoleon succeeds in subduing Russia in 1812, invades England in 1814 and goes on to become the enlightened ruler of the world.

The book details with great and methodical precision the conquest of the world by the French Emperor, and the technical and scientific achievements made by a united planet under Napoleon's leadership: electric-powered airships, weather control, flying cars, making sea water drinkable, and even the discovery of a new planet christened, Vulcan.

If read with an awareness of its historical context, The Apocryphal Napoléon reveals itself as a rich and profound work that still has a great deal to offer the contemporary reader, and still has a challenge to pose to ideas and ideals of social progress.

Contents:
Napoléon et la Conquête du Monde (1812-1832) [Napoleon And The Conquest Of The World] (Delloye, 1836; rev. as Napoléon Apocryphe, Paulin, 1841)
Introduction, Afterword and Notes by Brian Stableford.


US $29.95 /GBP £19.99
5x8 
trade paperback, 384 pages

THE PERFUME OF LUST
by Gaston Danville
Adapted by Brian Stableford
Cover by Mike Hoffman

“Instead of the lugubrious silence of a necropolis,” Miss Slow said, “there are songs and cries, a whole concert that gives the illusion of life in a magical city!”
 
In The Perfume of Lust (1905), a ship is trapped in the waters of Atlantis when a submarine eruption returns the lost continent to the surface, and its crew and passengers are subjected to strange mental influences that stimulate their erotic impulses.

Gaston Danville’s characters are haunted by memories, unconscious impulses and the poignant emotions provoked by those internal spurs. He based his accounts of delusion and obsession on what he took to be sound theories of positivistic psychology which added an extra dimension of cruelty to his fiction and an extra dose of intensity to his eroticism.

Contents:
Le Parfum de volupté by Gaston Danville, Mercure de France, 1905.
Introduction, Afterword and Notes by Brian Stableford.


US $20.95 /GBP
£12.99
5x8 
trade paperback, 236 pages
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Black Dog Books
War-Nymphs of Venus: The Complete Planet Stories Tales
by Ray Cummings (Author), Gene Christie (Editor), Tom Roberts (Introduction)

Now available!

Journey to worlds afar and combat space pirates, find a new utopian world shrouded in fear, follow an interstellar bounty hunter on his obsessive task, see man’s conquest of a frozen planet fail, and witness the Shadow Squad battle a new and unknown enemy.

This volume collects the complete contributions to Planet Stories by one of the pioneers in the science fiction genre, and includes such previously uncollected works as “Phantom of the Seven Stars,” “Gods of Space,” “The Flame Breathers,” “Monster of the Asteroid,” “The Man Who Killed the Earth,” “Space-Wolf,” “Space-Liner X-87,” “War-Nymphs of Venus” plus five others.

With an introduction by Tom Roberts.

Softcover, 360 pages, $19.95
Black Dog Books  Amazon.com


Black Dog Books
The Thing from--Outside
by George Allan England (Author), Gene Christie (Editor), Tom Roberts (Introduction)

Now available!

"George Allan England . . . to my mind, ranks with Edgar Rice Burroughs and Albert Payson Terhune as one of the three supreme literary artists of the house of Munsey."—H.P. Lovecraft

When science fiction was a new and yet undefined genre, pre-dating the vast-reaching, intergalactic sagas of Heinlein, Asimov and Clarke, one of the most successful authors of the era was George Allan England. Garbed in his rapid-paced storytelling, England depicts people affected by advancing technology and unexplainable events, always delving further, towards a central theme, asking the question of “What if?”

What if . . .
. . . viewing events from other periods of history became possible?
. . . the implantation of a mechanical heart could grant near immortality?
. . . Earth were visited by an alien intelligence looking for science projects?
. . . a device were created to predict crime before it happens and weed out from society those individuals with predilection for such behaviors?
. . . the intelligence of man were surgically spliced with the brutish physic of a great ape?

The answers to these and other questions may be discovered in The Thing from—Outside.

With an introduction by Tom Roberts


Softcover, 252 pages, $19.95


Black Dog Books
In the Shadow: and Other Uneasy Stories
by C.A. Tod Robbins (Author), Gene Christie (Introduction)

Now available!

Strip away the façade of sanity and discover why C.A. “Tod” Robbins is considered a curator of malevolence. From the author of “Spurs” and “The Terrible Three,” sources for the classic horror films Freaks and The Unholy Three, comes this new collection of bizarre masterpieces to make you shudder.

SAFE AND SANE—The watchdogs of wisdom howl as the counter-effects of boredom take a mysterious twist.

UNDYING HATRED—The Hand of Death dispenses its black gift with odd equality.

IN THE SHADOW—The death of a matriarch perverts the thoughts and actions of an entire family.

THE MAN WHO ESCAPED—An unlikely hero faces off against unavoidable Fate in this mysterious offering.

The roots of evil clutch at the reader in these and other strangling tales. The fiction of C.A. “Tod” Robbins has been compared to the works of Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne and other masters of the weird and bizarre. In this volume, readers may savor some of Robbins’ twisted tales that have remained unavailable for decades, not collected previously in book form.

Also included are two newly discovered works!


Softcover, 228 pages, $19.95




Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
The final quarterly issue of Blood ‘n’ Thunder is one of the best in the magazine’s 14-year run.
Number 49/50 offers the usual wide variety of articles and essays covering adventure, mystery and melodrama in American popular culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Among the topics explored in this double-sized farewell issue: Cornell Woolrich’s novelette “It Had to Be Murder” and Rear Window, the classic Alfred Hitchcock thriller adapted from it; the 1889 story paper that may have influenced The Shadow’s creation; the 1915 cliffhanger serial smash called The Diamond from the Sky; the origins of Robert E. Howard’s demonic wizard Skelos; the short-lived 1935 radio series featuring pulpdom’s The Spider; and Depression-era apprisals of the detective-pulp market from a 1933 issue of Writer’s Digest.

There’s also an entire section — over 60 pages — devoted to the collecting and preservation of rare pulp magazines and the premiums they offered; and a 1938 novelette of African intrigue featuring L. Patrick Greene’s suave British rogue “The Major.” Finally, in commemoration of the 90th anniversary of Amazing Stories, the very first magazine exclusively devoted to science fiction, we have an extensive selection of reviews of obscure SF yarns from the zine’s early years, illustrated with rare covers from the 1926-1930 period.

This final Blood ‘n’ Thunder has 210 pages and, as usual, is packed with illustrations to accompany its well-researched and well-written articles.

Trade paperback, 8x10, 210 pages
Price: $24.95

PURCHASE PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC BUYERS.
OVERSEAS BUYERS MUST INQUIRE FOR SHIPPING RATES BEFORE PLACING ORDERS.



Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
 FLICKERING SHADOWS
How Pulpdom's Master of Darkness Brightened the Silver Screen
Now available!

FLICKERING SHADOWS! Subtitled "How Pulpdom's Master of Darkness Brightened the Silver Screen," this 98-page monograph—about the length of a typical issue of BLOOD 'N' THUNDER—fully chronicles The Shadow's career in films and television. Beginning with the character's 1931 motion-picture debut in Universal's "Shadow Detective" featurettes, Ed Hulse follows the premier pulp hero in his two Grand National feature films, his 1940 cliffhanger serial, his three Monogram "B" mysteries, his two unsold TV pilots of the '50s, and finally the big-budget 1994 spectacular starring Alec Baldwin. Along the way Hulse debunks Shadow movie myths and even covers films scripted but never made, drawing on his extensive research and in-person interviews. He also discusses the Shadow pulp magazine so as to offer context in his examination of the motion pictures.

The book is profusely illustrated with stills, posters, lobby cards, vintage pulp covers, and even frame captures from the films themselves. It's a must-have for Shadow fans. Get it today at muraniapress.com!


Trade paperback, 7x10, 98 pages
Price: $10.95


PURCHASE PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC BUYERS.
OVERSEAS BUYERS MUST INQUIRE FOR SHIPPING RATES BEFORE PLACING ORDERS.




Bringing Back Classic Adventure One Page at a Time - Now online!

Free Short Story!
Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #8 – The Curse of Capistrano
Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #7 – Under the Moons of Mars
Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #6 – The Man of Bronze

Greatest Ever Pulp Stories #5 – Twelve Peers

THE BRONZE GAZETTE
Issue #77 is now available!
 
Contents
Cover: Steve Rude
"Let's Meet in Columbus, Chicago, or Phoenix" by Chuck Welch

"Casting Doc's Crew" by Tim Faurote
"An Interview with Steve Rude" by J. C. Ringgenberg
"A Solution to the Novel Puzzle" by Chuck Welch
"Pat Savage Steps Out from Doc's Shadow" by Will Murray
"The True Location of the Tunnel Terror" by Julián Puga
A review of "Glare of the Gorgon" by Mark O. Lambert
"The Bronze Gazette Interview: Howard Wright" by Terry Allen
"Doc Savage: The Spider's Web" by Howaard Wright
"The Genesis of Doc Wilde" by Tim Byrd
"The Bronze Gazette Publications News Update" by Terry Allen

Plus
The Bronze Gazette Doc Con 2016 Program Guide

Contents
Cover: Cristian Diaz
"It's Showtime Folks"
by Chuck Welch
"Twenty Questions with Will Murray" by Jeff Deischer
"Ten Questions, Give or Take, with Joe DeVito" by Jeff Deischer
"Pat Savage Goes Solo" by Will Murray
"The Man Who First Painted Doc Savage" by Bobb Cotter
"The Sanctum Press Doc Savage Checklist"
"A Retrospective of Doc Con XVIII" by Dafydd Neal Dyar
"A look Back at Doc Con XVIII" by Robert Leeper and fred Kuentz
"Doc Con Guests" by Paul R. Staff

 
Get single copies of #76 and #77 for $12 each in the USA.

It's never too early to sign up for the next three big issues coming your way in 2017!
Subscriptions (via Paypal) are now available for No. 78, 79, and 80.

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Castalia House Blog - Now online!

Mysteries of the Worm
Short Reviews – The Envoy, Her, by H.B. Fyfe
The Trail of Cthulhu
Short Reviews – The Star Saint, by A.E. Van Vogt  
Cthulhu: The Mythos and Kindred Horrors  
CONAN OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 TPB - Arriving in comic shops December 7!

Conan's earliest adventures, now available in affordable omnibus format!

Featuring the legendary run of comics greats Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord, This 472 page omnibus features favorites such as Born on the Battlefield, The Frost Giant's Daughter, The God in the Bowl, and more!


Full Color, 7" x 10", 472 pages, $24.99





DEJAH THORIS: SOLDIER OF MEMORY TP - Arriving in comic shops December 7!
Writer: Frank J. Barbiere
Art: Francesco Manna, Nen Chang
Cover: Nen Chang

Prepare yourself for Dejah Thoris, the exotic heroine of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Warlord of Mars, as you've never seen her before! When her father disappears, Dejah Thoris assumes the throne... but she soon stands accused of treason, a victim of a far-reaching conspiracy. Hunted by her people and devastated by a terrible secret from her past, she embarks on a self-imposed exile, assuming a new identity and enlisting as a rookie soldier on the farthest, deadliest borders of Barsoomian civilization. There, the Princess of Mars seeks to unravel the mysteries of the past and clear her name!

Trade paperback, 7x10, 160 pages, Full Color, $19.99





The Digest Enthusiast Blog - Now online!

Hammett’s seventh digest-sized collection
- New! 
Nothing’s Impossible - New! 
November 1965 Newsstand - New! 
Famous Fantastic Mysteries Digest - New! 
Links to Today’s Digests
Exploring the Unknown #30
A World Called Sunrise
Ray Palmer: Change Agent  
Arthur J. Burks’ Little America
Edgar Rice Burroughs Comics
 All New Comic Strips created exclusively for ERB, Inc.
You can subscribe for only $1.99 / month

 
 
Fifteen strips currently available on the  Burroughs comics website:
"Tarzan of the Apes" by Roy Thomas and Pablo Marcos, adapting the original Tarzan novels.
"Tarzan" by Roy Thomas and Benito Gallego, featuring new Tarzan adventures.
John Carter: Warlord of Mars by Roy Thomas and Rodolfo Pérez Garcia.
"Korak the Killer" by Ron Marz and Rick Leonardi.
"Carson of Venus" by Martin Powell and Tom Floyd.
"The Eternal Savage" by Martin Powell and Steven E. Gordon.
"The War Chief" by Martin Powell and Nik Poliwko.
"The Cave Girl" by Martin Powell and Diana Leto.
"Pellucidar" by Chuck Dixon and Gary Kwapsiz.
"The Land That Time Forgot" by Martin Powell and Pablo Marcos.
"The Mucker" by Ron Marz and Lee Moder
"The Monster Men" by Tom Simmons, Erik Roman, L Jamal Walton, and Cristian Docolomansky
 "The Lost Continent" by Martin Powell and Oscar González 

 "The Jungle Girl" by Martin Powell and Will Meugniot
"The Outlaw of Torn" by Thomas Simmons and Jake Bilbao




Edgar Rice Burroughs Comics
 New Artist – Benito Gallego
For The New Adventures of Tarzan comic strip

The comic strip, The New Adventures of Tarzan, written by Roy Thomas, now features an exciting new artist, Benito Gallego. The former artist for this comic strip, Tom Grinberg – who was instrumental in helping us launch our web comic program – has moved on to other projects.

BENITO GALLEGO
Benito Gallego (born in Madrid, Spain) decided he loved comics at a tender age, even before he learned to read. He’s been drawing all his life – filling any blank space on every piece of paper that fell into his hands with his doodles. Benito collaborated by providing comics and pin-ups for fanzines and publications in Spain while attending the Faculty of Fine Arts in Madrid. And, he continued drawing comics while developing a parallel career in advertising and graphic design –which paid the bills for many years.


After contacting Roy Thomas, Benito got his first professional assignments working with Roy on both his series', Anthem and Captain Thunder & Blue Bolt – published by Heroic Publishing. Since then, Benito has been working with other top talents in the comic medium such as Cary Bates and Sal Buscema at DC Comics, Brian Azzarello, and Paul Kupperberg. Benito has produced a variety of illustration work including Marvel character trading cards and Monsters! and Dinosaurs for Upper Deck and he also created illustrations for books like the Diego’s Dragon series, written by Kevin Gerard.

Benito recently finished artwork for a graphic novel on the life of reggae star, Bob Marley, written by Jim McCarthy, while also working on Apama the Undiscovered Animal – a comic series based on concepts and characters from the movie: Hero Tomorrow, created by Milo Miller and Ted Sikora.

Benito lives in Alicante, on the east coast of Spain, with his wife, Soraya, and daughter, Alona, who are his most ferocious and grateful art critics. You may follow Benito’s art at www.Facebook.com/BenitoGallego.Art/

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Edgar Rice Burroughs Comics
Featuring art from your favorite ERB comic strips!
Now available!


The Land that Time Forgot Comic Tee
The Mucker Comic Tee
The War Chief Comic Tee
Carson of Venus Comic Tee
Pellucidar Comic Tee
John Carter Comic Tee
Eternal Savage Comic Tee
Korak the Killer Comic Logo Tee
Tarzan Comic Tee
Cave Girl Comic Tee
Tarzan of the Apes Comic Tee


Mens and Womens sizes
Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XXL (+$2), XXXL (+$2)
$ 24.99 each




Facebook - Now online!

There are numerous groups on Facebook that are of potential interest to pulp fans.

The Shadow Knows
Agents of The Shadow

Flearun - A Doc Savage Group
Fans of Bronze

G-8 and Operator #5
The Spider - Master of Men
Flash Gordon
The Others [The Gray Seal, Nick Carter, Fantomas, Arsene Lupin, The Saint]
Professor Jameson alias 21MM392

The Pulp Heroes
Pulp, Pulp Everywhere and Lots and Lots to Read
Pulp Talk
Pulp Magazine Authors and Literature Fans

The Serial Squadron Cinema Cliffhanger Serial Archive

ERBzine
Edgar Rice Burroughs - Facebook Forum
Edgar Rice Burroughs: Worlds of Adventure

PulpFest
Windy City Pulp & Paper Convention

Pulp Coming Attractions


Robert E. Howard Comics Group
The Robert E. Howard Foundation

Robert E. Howard Readers
Two Gun Bob--The Worlds of Robert E.  Howard
The International Robert E. Howard Fan Association
Conan the Cimmerian
REH: Two-Gun Raconteur

Altus Press
Weird Tales Magazine



  Now online!

New on Famous (and forgotten) Fiction!

November 2016
Turning our attention to Baroness Orczy, this month you will find “The Trappist’s Vow” reprinted just as it appeared in the April, 1899 issue of The Royal Magazine, with illustrations by the Baroness's husband, Montagu Barstow.  Introduction by Dan Neyer.

We've also done some revamping of the Bob's Stuff collections and have expanded many of the annotations, giving you more information about the items and where they fall in the history of popular culture. 
We've also added a 4th collection and you will be seeing additional collections on a regular basis after the new year.


October 2016
Since a good portion of the narrative occurs on October 31st, why not curl up with "The Curse of Yig"by Zealia Brown Bishop and H. P. Lovecraft.
We've done an original layout of the story text for this reprinting and have also included lots of background information in the introduction by Bob Gay.


September 2016
Turning our attention back to the work of G. K. Chesterton, we are pleased to present the fourth Father Brown tale, "The Bolt from the Blue (The Hammer of God)," as it appeared in the November 5, 1910 issue of The Saturday Evening Post including the illustrations by George Gibbs.  Introduction is by Dan Neyer.

August 2016
Just to prove that we have some small literary interests at FAFF, we are pleased to present to you "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, as it appeared in the May 27, 1922 issue of Collier's Magazine.
Our presentation includes the illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg and an introduction by Bob Gay.

July 2016
Presenting the third (and oddly titled) Father Brown story, Why True Fishermen Always Wear Green Evening Coats, from the pages of the October 1, 1910 issue of The Saturday Evening Post, including the illustrations by George Gibb.  Introduction to the story is by Dan Neyer.

June 2016
Following up on last month's release, we are pleased to present the second Father Brown story, The Secret of the Sealed Garden, as it appeared in the September 3, 1910 issue of The Saturday Evening Post.  The original illustrations by George Gibbs are included along with a short introduction by Dan Neyer.  If you are new to Father Brown, you might want to read our introduction to the character found on the page, The Innocence of Father Brown, written by Dan Neyer.

May 2016
We have revamped Valentine Follows a Curious Trail (The Blue Cross) by G. K. Chesterton and fixed some errors from our previous reprinting and cleaned up the illustrations by George Gibbs.
This story now serves as the beginning of our reprinting of the original Father Brown stories as they appeared in the Post, complete with the original illustrations. 
Introductions to all are by Dan Neyer.  Best place to start is on our introductory page, The Innocence of Father Brown.


April 2016
A dictator meets his comeuppance in Kirby Draycott's The Clock Face of Schaumburg which, as explained in in the introduction, bears some resemblance to a story by a certain Mr. Poe. All the original illustrations are included, just as they appeared in the November, 1898 issue of The Royal Magazine.  Introduction is by Bob Gay.

March 2016
A tale of romance and espionage by Baroness Orczy, Number 187, as it appeared in the January, 1899 issue of Pearson's Magazine, including the illustrations by Ernest Prater.  Introduction by Dan Neyer.

February 2016
All is revealed to the members of The Grill Club in the third (and final) part of In the Fog by Richard Harding Davis, The Solicitor's Story, just as it appeared in the May, 1902 issue of The Windsor Magazine, including the illustrations by Maurice Greiffenhagen.

January 2016
The second part of "In The Fog" by Richard Harding Davis: "The Story of the Queen’s Messenger," just as it appeared in the April, 1902 issue of The Windsor Magazine, including the illustrations by Maurice Greiffenhagen.


FLASH GORDON: KINGS CROSS #2 (OF 5) - Arriving in comic shops December 7!
Writer: Jeff Parker & Jesse Hamm
Art: Jesse Hamm & Grace Allison
Cover A: Jesse Hamm & Grace Allison
Cover B: Lara Margarida
Cover C Subscription: Roberto Castro


Superstar JEFF PARKER (Future Quest) returns to FLASH GORDON, alongside the astounding team of JESSE HAMM & GRACE ALLISON! The Phantoms, Mandrake The Magician and Flash are on the run from forces they don’t understand! Do our on-the-run titans stand a chance against spiders made of apes!?!?

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99

 
 
 



FULL WOLF MOON - Coming May 16!
by Lincoln Child


The New York Times bestselling author of The Forgotten Room and Deep Storm is back with a new thriller that follows the trail of a killer who cannot exist...featuring Jeremy Logan, the renowned investigator of the supernatural and fantastic.

Legends, no matter how outlandish, are often grounded in reality. This has been the guiding principle behind the exhilarating career of Jeremy Logan, the "enigmologist"--an investigator who specializes in analyzing phenomena that have no obvious explanation--previously seen in The Forgotten Room, The Third Gate, and Deep Storm. Logan has often found himself in situations where keeping an open mind could mean the difference between life and death, and that has never been more true than now.

Logan travels to an isolated writers' retreat deep in the Adirondacks to finally work on his book when the remote community is rocked by the grisly discovery of a dead hiker on Desolation Mountain. The body has been severely mauled, but the unusual savagery of the bite and claw marks call into question the initial suspicions of a wild bear attack. When Logan is asked to help investigate, he discovers no shortage of suspects capable of such an attack--and no shortage of locals willing to point the finger and spread incredible rumors. One rumor, too impossible to believe, has even the forest ranger believing in werewolves. As Logan gets to know the remote deep-woods landscape, including a respected woman scientist still struggling with the violent loss of her father in these very woods, Logan realizes he's up against something he has never seen before.

His most action-packed and white-knuckled novel to date, Full Wolf Moon is the perfect combination of exotic locales, provocative science, and raw action that make for a deeply entertaining Lincoln Child blockbuster.


Hardcover: 368 pages
Publisher: Doubleday
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 1 x 9.2 inches
$26.95


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