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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
THE RADIO WAR Pulp Replica By Ralph Milne Farley
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From the pages of ARGOSY in the 1930's comes this pulp replica (including color cover art) of a serialized novel about war in the year 2000. Interestingly enough, the enemies seem to be the same we... More > would fight just a few years after publication, during World War II. Dated historically and scientifically, it's still a cracking good tale!< 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 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 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 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 Return of Dargoll & Other Pulp Stories By Gardner Francis Fox
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This is the first volume collected and illustrated by Kurt Brugel. The short stories collected in the volume are from Mr. Fox’s earliest (1944) to his last story published (1982). There are all... More > types of stories being told. They range from 2 spooky/creepy (The Weirds of the Woodcarver and Rain, Rain, Go away!), 3 sword & sorcery (The Return of Dargoll, The Holding of Kolymar, and Crom and the Warlock of Sharrador), 4 cosmic adventures (Heart of Light, The Rainbow Jade, Temptress of the Time Flow and The Man Who Couldn't Die) and 1 history lesson (Cleopatra).< Less
Pulp Sex #1 - The Third Lust By Easily Aroused
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Inspired by the decadently suggestive covers of American pulp erotic novels of the 1950s and 1960s, this is the first Pulp Sex story from EA, the author behind the website 'Easily Aroused: erotic... More > fiction of an oversexed Englishman'.< Less
Pulp Book I - Everlasting Evil By James Sarver
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"The best book ever written." This is just one of the many ways in which Pulp Book I - Everlasting Evil has not been described. Reviewers across the nation have been unanimous in their... More > disregard for this amazing novel by first-time author James E. Sarver! Follow the adventures of Miles Hudson as he attempts to unravel the sinister secrets of...THE UNKNOWN! Thrill to: An ancient conspiracy! Repeated skullduggeries! A historic house! A hidden underground library! A poisoning! A midnight assassination attempt! A damsel in distress! A corrupt judge! A Chinese restaurant with an Italian name! A French superspy! A Dutch sea captain and his three mutinous sons! A localized hurricane! And hundreds of remote-controlled boats with bombs hidden in them! Inspired by every pulp story ever written, but in a good way, you've never read anything quite like...Pulp Book I - Everlasting Evil!< Less
Pulp Book I - Everlasting Evil By James Sarver
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"The best book ever written." This is just one of the many ways in which Pulp Book I - Everlasting Evil has not been described. Reviewers across the nation have been unanimous in their... More > disregard for this amazing novel by first-time author James E. Sarver! Follow the adventures of Miles Hudson as he attempts to unravel the sinister secrets of...THE UNKNOWN! Thrill to: An ancient conspiracy! Repeated skullduggeries! A historic house! A hidden underground library! A poisoning! A midnight assassination attempt! A damsel in distress! A corrupt judge! A Chinese restaurant with an Italian name! A French superspy! A Dutch sea captain and his three mutinous sons! A localized hurricane! And hundreds of remote-controlled boats with bombs hidden in them! Inspired by every pulp story ever written, but in a good way, you've never read anything quite like...Pulp Book I - Everlasting Evil!< Less

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