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King of Fang and Claw: The Complete Pulp Magazine Adventures By Will Murray, Bob Byrd
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Limited edition hardcover, only 100 made. For the first time since their original publication in 1936-37, all three KA-ZAR adventures are represented in this affordable collection. The typography has... More > completely been reset and the original illustrations have been remastered. This also includes an ALL-NEW introduction by pulp historian WILL MURRAY. This is the must-buy pulp reprint collection of the year!< Less
The Encyclopedia of Pulp Adventurers By Jess Nevins
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1902 to 1945 were years in which global popular culture exploded. The adventure genre–used here to include everything from stories of mercenaries in South America to spies to martial arts... More > stories of wüxia masters–was among the most popular genres to appear during these decades. The Encyclopedia of Pulp Adventurers is the first collection of series characters from the adventure genre. Drawing upon pulps, magazines, novels, movies, radio shows, comic strips, and other media and formats, the Encyclopedia features the broadest range of adventurous characters imaginable. The Encyclopedia has over 2300 character entries from over 50 countries, listing the character’s creator(s), where and when the character appeared, and a thorough description of the character and his or her milieu, allies, and enemies.< Less
The Encyclopedia of Pulp Cowboys By Jess Nevins
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1902 to 1945 were years in which American popular culture exploded. Thanks to new distribution methods, new publishers, and new formats, the number of series characters appearing in the United States... More > skyrocketed during these decades, growing from a few dozen to many thousands. The Western genre was among the most popular genres to appear during these decades. The Encyclopedia of Pulp Cowboys is the first collection of series characters from the Western genre. Drawing upon pulps, magazines, novels, movies, radio shows, and comic strips, the Encyclopedia features virtually every fictional series cowboy who appeared from 1902 to 1945. The Encyclopedia has over 450 character entries from the United States and a variety of other countries, listing the character’s creator(s), where and when the character appeared, and a thorough description of the character and his or her milieu, allies, and enemies.< Less
The Encyclopedia of Pulp Detectives By Jess Nevins
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1902 to 1945 were years in which global popular culture exploded. Thanks to new distribution methods, new publishers, and new formats, the number of series characters appearing in countries around... More > the world skyrocketed during these decades, growing from a few dozen to many thousands. The mystery genre was one of the most popular genres to appear during these decades. The Encyclopedia of Pulp Heroes is the first collection of series characters from the mystery genre. Drawing upon pulps, magazines, novels, movies, radio shows, comic strips, and other media and formats, the Encyclopedia features virtually every fictional series detective who appeared from 1902 to 1945. The Encyclopedia has over 2800 character entries from over 50 countries, listing the character’s creator(s), where and when the character appeared, and a thorough description of the character and his or her milieu, allies, and enemies.< Less
The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Pulp Heroes By Jess Nevins
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1902 to 1945 were years in which global popular culture exploded. Thanks to new distribution methods, new publishers, and new formats, the number of series characters appearing in countries around... More > the world skyrocketed during these decades, growing from a few dozen to many thousands. The genres of the fantastic–science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy, and horror–were among the most popular genres to appear during these decades. The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Pulp Heroes is the first collection of series characters from these genres. Drawing upon pulps, magazines, novels, movies, radio shows, comic strips, and other media and formats, the Encyclopedia features the broadest range of characters from the fantastic genres imaginable. The Encyclopedia has over 1150 character entries from over two dozen countries, listing the character’s creator(s), where and when the character appeared, and a thorough description of the character and his or her milieu, allies, and enemies.< Less
The Pulp Adventures of The Hooded Detective By Will Murray, G.T. Fleming-Roberts
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LIMITED EDITION HARDCOVER EDITION; ONLY 100 MADE! For the first time in one volume, all three adventures of the classic Golden Age hero The Black Hood, taken from the pages of "Black Hood... More > Detective" and "Hooded Detective" pulp magazines from 1941-42. Includes an all-new introduction by pulp historian Will Murray.< Less
NexGen Pulp Spring and Summer 2010 By NexGen Pulp
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The spring and summer issues of NexGen Pulp Fiction magazine.
Leo Margulies: Giant of the Pulps By Philip Sherman
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Pulp magazines written initially for boys in the first half of the Twentieth Century dominated the industry with stories about cowboys and Indians, science fiction, and adventure. They were written... More > by such illustrious authors as Louis L’Amour, Ray Bradbury, L. Ron Hubbard, and Isaac Asimov, with a readership of tens of millions, for 10 cents a copy. The best-known editor of this era was Leo Margulies, editor-in-chief of Standard Magazines – The Thrilling Group. During one period, he bought two million words a month. He edited more than 70 magazines and was, for a time, the highest-paid pulp magazine editor in the country. Leo Margulies: Giant of the Pulps—His Thrilling, Exciting, and Popular Journey, by his nephew, Philip Sherman, includes stories by members of his family, friends, and writers, about his generosity and encouragement to so many.< Less
THE RADIO FLYERS Pulp- Repliuca By Ralph Milne Farley
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During the first two decades of the 20th Century, not everyone believed there were North and South Poles, but openings to the "Inner World" instead. Edgar Rice Burroughs' Pellucidar and... More > this novel were engendered by the same book, with slightly different results. This pulp replica with color magazine cover is quite exciting, and well worth reading.< Less
Redmask Pulp Magazin No. 4 By Axel M. Gruner et al.
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Anthologie für neue unheimliche und phantastische Erzählungen in der Pulp-Tradition von H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard und Clark Ashton Smith. Herausgegeben von Axel M. Gruner. In dieser... More > Ausgabe: Etwas Unaussprechliches regt sich unter dem Berg! John Cullen kämpft im Drachenhaus gegen eine dunkle Bedrohung! Das Hexenhaus in Arkheim ruft! Die Männer des Westens zelebrieren die Riten der Lebenden und der Toten! Das Schiff aus Argothrond segelt dem Untergang entgegen! Der Götter-Esser und die Geister der Urzeit! Morgenlandfahrt nach Leng! Flixus! Der Krieg ist zu Ende!< Less