|’24′ - New Limited Series is a GO on Fox!
Jack Bauer is back! Deadline has learned that,
after marathon negotiations, Kiefer Sutherland has closed a deal for a
new installment of 24 on Fox. With him on board, Fox has greenlighted the
real-time drama as a limited series. The continuation is a brain child
of longtime 24 showrunner Howard Gordon, now executive producer of Showtime’s
Globe Spanning Action
Great tales from such scarce pulp
Danger Trail, Far East Adventure Stories
Authors include: Murray Leinster, Raymond
Chester Saxby and William Byron Mowery.
7x10, 110 pages, $9.95
G-8 and His Battle Aces #44
"Flight of the Dragon"
by Robert J. Hogan
"Death rode like the wind across the
sky, in the guise of a monster such as no man had seen before.
The flames of destruction are closing about the Master
Spy, his men have lost courage in the face of the Dragon's fire.
How long can one man fight on his courage alone;
what price will he pay for his country's salvation?"
Airship 27 Productions
(Portion of Profits Goes to Boston
Airship 27 Productions has once again
teamed with Redbud Studio comics to release the second in their on-going pulp
comics anthology. The first giant issue in this series won the coveted
Pulp Ark Award for Best Pulp Comic of 2010.
Volume two of the series, co-edited by creators Ron Fortier and Rob
Davis, is even bigger than that stellar premier issue. Contained
here are eight stories featuring both modern and classic pulp heroes; Ki-Gor
the Jungle Lord, the Black Bat, Cain, Robin Hood, Lance Star, Brothers Bones,
Dillon and Domino Lady.
The cover is by Will Meugniot and features Ki-Gor’s lovely mate, Helene,
battling back to back with Derrick Ferguson’s modern day adventurer, Dillon.
Other creators represented are Russ Anderson, Fortier, Davis, Ian Watson,
Thomas Deja, Michelle Sciuto, Sean Taylor, Aaron Meade, Todd Jones, Lee
Oaks, James Gaubatz, Van Plexico,
Andrew Salmon and Kelly Everaert.
The book is available from Indy Planet.com and part of the proceeds
are being donated to the Boston Red Cross. “We were the last stages
of assembling the book,” explains Editor Foriter, “when the Patriots’ Day
bombings occurred in Boston. All of us, like the rest of the country,
were in shock and felt helpless to do anything.” It was writer Van
Plexico who contacted Fortier about possibly offering some of the sales proceeds
to help those injured in the terror attack. “The second Van brought
up, I knew it was something we had to do,” Fortier continues. He contacted
Davis and all the creators and the decision was made to take all the profits
earned by the book during its first six months in print and donate them to
the Boston Red Cross.
“We truly hope our fans, when they learn of this idea, will want to
rally around a truly good cause and help us put sales over the top,” adds
co-editor Rob Davis. “We really want this to be the best selling
title Redbud Studio has ever produced.”
27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!
THE ALLURING ART OF MARGARET
Stephen D. Korshak, J. David Spurlock (Art) Margaret
Now available and arriving in comic
shops May 22!
Brundage changed the look of fantasy, science-fiction,
and horror with her alluring sensationalistic covers
for the legendary pulp magazine, WEIRD TALES. Brundage
was the first female cover artist of the pulp era and
the first to paint Conan!.Decades before the gothic fetish
craze, Brundage's provocative paintings featuring semi-nude
young women bearing whips, became a major controversy.
this, the first book devoted to this noted artist,
authors Korshak and Spurlock spotlight artwork along
essays by noted artists Rowena, Robert Weinberg, and
more. All editions feature big, 9" x 12" lavish illustrated,
full-color pages with art and text. The Deluxe edition
features an extra 16 page art folio not included in the
HARDCOVER: 8.5x11, 134 pages, Full
Color, $39.95 (Top illustration)
DELUXE: 8.5x11, 150 pages, Full Color, $69.95
WEST OF GUAM: THE COMPLETE CASES OF JO GAR
by Raoul Whitfield
Introductions by E.R. Hagemann and R.H. Miller
In the February 1930 issue of Black
Mask Magazine a new character was introduced to the American detective story.
Jo Gar is both a classic “thinking” sleuth and a tough man of action who
inhabits the exotic noir world of the Philippines between the two World Wars.
Jo Gar faces a rogue’s gallery of colorful villains from mixed-race Chinese
to high society American exiles.
All these extras, and now at a new, low, popular price,
In these Jo Gar stories, Whitfield creates a vivid
world where typhoons threaten the harbor, criminals escape from the local
prison, and the waterfront is home to cutthroats from all countries. Manila’s
great international seaport is home to luxury liner travelers of all classes
from all around Asia, and the world.
This new, expanded edition of the long out of print,
very collectable 2002 anthology, contains every word written about Jo Gar,
and presents every story, novella, and novel. It includes two legendary Nagasaki
novelettes not seen since 1930 as well as the only Jo Gar novel, The Rainbow
Murders, complete and unabridged!
Edited by the Black Mask Library Series General Editor,
Keith Alan Deutsch, this new volume includes two important, critical, biographical
essays about Whitfield and Jo Gar by Black Mask scholar E.R. Hagemann,
and a portrait of Professor Hagemann by his colleague, Dr. R.H. Miller.
The new book is richly illustrated with line drawings by the greatest dry
brush illustrator of the pulp age, Arthur Rodman Bowker.
580 pages, approx. 6"x9"
Order the paperback from Amazon: $29.95
Order the limited edition hardcover: $44.95 (only 100 made)
soon and available for PulpFest!
HIDDEN GHOSTS: THE LOST STORIES
OF PAUL S. POWERS
Introduction by Laurie Powers
Paul S. Powers (1905-1971) is known
for his long-standing career as a western writer and as the creator of Wild
West Weekly’s most popular heroes, Sonny Tabor and Kid Wolf. But Paul was
a talented and versatile writer who loved to write in other genres, such
as horror, noir, animal, romance, and historical accounts. Here, together
in one volume for the first time are his famous stories published in Weird
Tales in 1925-26, as well as other stories that were published in Real Detective
Tales & Mystery Stories, Thrilling Wonder Stories, Range Rider Western,
Ranch Romances, and the modern Beat to a Pulp anthologies. Four of
the stories in this collection have never been published before, and one
was co-written by Powers’ eldest son John. Together these provide a rare
glimpse into the thoughts of a writer who, while churning out westerns that
were loved by thousands of readers, battled many demons. He shares his struggles
with us through these suspenseful, surprising, and sometimes very emotional
258 pages, approx. 5.5"x8.5", $19.95 softcover
|The Book Cave - New podcast now available online!
Episode 230: The Scarlet Jaguar
Win Eckertt and Mike Croteau visit the
Book Cave to chat about their newest novel along with some great news every
Doc Savage fan will want to hear.
229: Small Press Alternative Comics Expo
Win Scott Eckert
One Foot In My Grave
Doc Savage: Skull Island
Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania
Blood 'N' Thunder #36/37
This double issue boasts the greatest variety of articles, reviews,
pulp reprints, and pictorial features in BLOOD ‘N’ THUNDER’s history.
Articles include: the 20 most underrated Doc Savage novels, chosen
by a blue-ribbon panel of experts; a celebration of the Fu Manchu centennial
by Bill Maynard, the Devil Doctor’s current chronicler; the making
of M-G-M’s 1934 smash THE THIN MAN, by eminent film historian Richard
Bann; the early career of AMAZING STORIES editor Raymond A. Palmer;
H. Bedford-Jones on writing for the pulps; Will Murray establishes the
true identity of a long-forgotten hero-pulp writer; silent-era movie
serials made by Vitagraph Company of America; a Spanish-language Zorro
simulacrum called El Coyote; and much more. Also, a pictorial feature
with the stylings of pulp’s new pinup queen, Mala Mastroberte, who adorns
our cover. Plus: reprints of rare, uncollected pulp stories (including
the overlooked first entry in the popular Jimmie Cordie series), a gallery
of pulp cover paintings (scanned from the originals), pulp and book reviews,
and more. There’s truly something for everyone in this issue, which can
be purchased for $19.95 (shipping included) at the Murania Press website.
Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania
Best of Blood ‘n’ Thunder: Volume Two
The Best of Blood ‘n’ Thunder: Volume Two, a trade paperback priced
at $24.95, reprints material from long out-of-print issues of BnT.
For more than a decade, Blood ‘n’ Thunder has explored American popular
culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries as manifested in its mass-market
fiction—dime novels, nickel weeklies, pulp magazines—and such complementary
storytelling forms as stage melodramas, motion pictures, and Old Time Radio
thrillers. The first 21 issues of this limited-circulation journal are
long out of print, and collectors have been known to pay as much as
ten times the original cover price for back numbers that infrequently
turn up on eBay.
A follow-up to 2011’s The Best of Blood ‘n’ Thunder, this deluxe volume
reprints the finest reviews and articles that appeared in issues 11 through
21—more than 100,000 words of history, biography, criticism, and commentary.
In these pages you’ll read about such popular characters as The Shadow,
Doc Savage, and Sam Spade. You’ll read about such legendary pulp magazines
as Adventure, Black Mask, and Short Stories. And you’ll read about such
famous authors as Talbot Mundy, Dashiell Hammett, and L. Ron Hubbard. Like
its predecessor, The Best of Blood ‘n’ Thunder: Volume Two is a one-volume
encyclopedia for aficionados of vintage adventure, mystery, and melodrama.
Trail, by H. Bedford-Jones
Murania’s second March release is the fourth volume in our Classic
Pulp Reprints series: Wilderness Trail, by H. Bedford-Jones. Also published
in trade-paperback format, it contains an introduction by Ed Hulse and
carries a retail price of $19.95.
In 1810, the still-young United States of America continues its westward
expansion as a national economy begins to flourish. But the country’s commerce
is seriously disrupted in Kentucky, at the juncture of the Ohio and Mississippi
rivers, by daring pirates who strike from nowhere and then disappear into
the wilderness. Captain John Norton, a young military officer working undercover,
mounts a secret campaign against the buckskinned brigands, who are led by
a mystery man known as Blacknose. Along the way Norton receives aid from
such legendary figures of early American history as rugged pioneer Daniel
Boone, future President Zachary Taylor, prominent naturalist John J. Audubon,
and Shawnee Indian chief Tecumseh. Yet the clever Blacknose and his followers
continue to evade their would-be captors.
The Wilderness Trail originally appeared in the February 1915 issue
of Blue Book and was the first of more than 370 fictional works—novels,
novelettes, and short stories—H. Bedford-Jones wrote for that distinguished
pulp magazine over a period of 33 years. It was also his first historical
novel with an American setting. Issued in hard covers many decades ago
by the British firm of Hurst & Blackett, The Wilderness Trail has
never been published in the United States as a book—until now.
|Blood 'N' Thunder
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DISTRESSED DAMSELS & MASKED MARAUDERS: The Final Update
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Windy City 2013 Convention Report
Murania Press Sale at the Upcoming Windy City Pulp/Paper
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|CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT #2 - Coming in August!
Joshua Williamson (Writer), Fernando Dagnino (Art),
Ego (Color), and Felipe Massafera (Cover)
It's only been seventy-two hours since he appeared in the present, but
three people have already tried to kill Captain Midnight! When faced with
an FBI agent tasked with his capture, a fanboy pilot who knows his history,
and the badass granddaughter of his lost love, the time-traveling hero must
decide if he can trust these unlikely allies as he attempts to take on one
of his oldest enemies!
32 pages, $2.99, in stores on August 28.
|Carnacki, The New Adventures
- Now open for submissions!
Later this year, an all new collection of Carnacki
stories will be published and the publisher is currently looking for submissions!
Carnacki remains one of Hodgson’s most popular creations with not only
new stories about the character appearing but he has been included in comic
books as well as novels from other writers. The publisher is looking
for a fresh crop of writers to tackle the stories of this intrepid Ghost-Hunter!
So here’s the details: stories should be between 3,000-6,000 words (anything
longer, please query first); stories should feature Carnacki in some aspect;
no explicit gore, violence or sex, please; payment will be in 2 contributors
copies; DEADLINE for submissions is May 1, 2013 so, yes, this will be closing
CARNACKI: THE NEW ADVENTURES is planned for an August, 2013, release
at the Necronomicon convention in Providence, RI.
|CHARLIE CHAN COLLECTION
VOLUME 6 - Coming on DVD August 6!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment brings back the legendary
master of crime in the Charlie Chan Collection -- four beloved films making
their DVD debut, and now available for the first time, newly remastered,
as a single collection.
Included are Shadows Over Chinatown, starring in one of his last
Chan films, plus Docks of New Orleans, Shanghai Chest, and The Golden Eye
starring, the last actor to play the detective on film. The 4-disc set will
sell for $39.92 SRP.
Thanks to John Olsen for
THE CHRONICLES OF KING CONAN VOLUME 6:
A DEATH IN STYGIA AND OTHER STORIES TP
Coming in October!
Alan Zelenetz (Writer), Marc Silvestri
(Pencils/Inks), Mike Docherty (Pencils), Geof Isherwood (Inks), Art Nichols
George Roussos (Color), and Michael Kaluta (Cover)
"The queen is troubled." After the loss of the barbarian king's son,
Conan's dark mood draws him further each day from his kingdom and his beloved
queen. Can twenty years of regal life quell Conan's savage nature, or will
he abandon hearth and home for the call of the wild? Collects Conan the
208 pages, $19.99, in stores on October 9.
|CONAN THE BARBARIAN #19 - Coming in August!
Brian Wood (Writer), Paul Azaceta (Art), Dave Stewart
(Color), and Massimo Carnevale (Cover)
Conan and BÃªlit find themselves the unlikely couriers to
a mysterious and ancient religious relic. They are soon beset on all sides
by the feuding factions that wish to exploit the artifact's power. Can they
reach their destination while keeping their prize--and themselves--intact?
32 pages, $3.50, in stores on August 21.
|CONAN: THE PEOPLE OF THE BLACK CIRCLE
- Coming in October!
Dark Horse has announced that two of the hottest
names in comics, writer Fred Van Lente and artist Ariel Olivetti, will
reunite for a Conan epic like no other!
In Conan and the People of the Black Circle, a four-issue miniseries
set a decade after the current Conan ongoing series, fans will find Conan
like they’ve never seen him—fully painted by Olivetti!
“I’m thrilled to be working from one of the best Conan stories Howard
ever wrote, with the most interesting female lead and one of the Cimmerian’s
most compelling adversaries,” stated Van Lente. “But what I’m most excited
about is seeing what Ariel Olivetti does with my scripts—he was born to
draw Conan, and his painted artwork should attract anyone who doesn’t know
anything about Conan or Robert E. Howard but just loves things that are awesome.”
Assassins, dark magic, and a beautiful noblewoman mean trouble for the
Cimmerian barbarian unlike he’s ever seen in this full-tilt escapade through
the mountains of Afghulistan!
With The Legend of Conan in development with Universal Studios, Dark
Horse’s Conan is essential reading.
Conan and the People of the Black Circle #1 is on sale October 16 in
comic shops everywhere.
|Davy Crockett's Almanak
of Mystery, Adventure, and the Wild West - Now online!
Forgotten Books: SPICY DETECTIVE STORIES (1989)
TARZAN of the Pulps - New!
Comic Gallery: GHOST Comics (1952-53)
Forgotten Books: GANGLAND'S DOOM (The Shadow of the Pulps)
by Frank Eisgruber Jr. (1974)
DOC SAVAGE COMICS (1940-41)
Overlooked Films: Flynn, Rathbone & Niven in THE DAWN
Pulp Gallery: DIME DETECTIVE
Books: WHAT PRICE MURDER by Cleve F. Adams (1942)
|E-texts on the
net this week
The Shadow in Review:
This weeks new Shadow review is "Happy
Death Day" from the September 1946 issue of The Shadow Magazine.
Now with over 1000 stories online!
"They Had to Flee Paris"
by Joe Archibald from AMERICAN EAGLE, April, 1942
Featuring: Ambrose Hooley & Muley Spink
Armed With Meatless Sausages and Bad Intentions, Muley and Ambrose
Make Krauts of Themselves - While the Guardhouse Waits!
"Stickup at Stafford's" by Hapsburg
Liebe from SHORT STORIES, February 10, 1949
Young Sheriff Curt Brennan was new to the job, and had to contend with
a puzzling stage robbery.
Edgar Rice Burroughs.com
Adding a CARSON OF VENUS comic strip June 1!
Written by Martin Powell and illustrated bt Tom Floyd!
More new strips are also in the works!
Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. is substantially expanding its Sunday
Comic Strip Subscription website. Over the next several months, at no
increased cost to you, we will be adding four or five new exciting comic
strip series for your enjoyment. Beginning June 1, we will be adding a
CARSON OF VENUS comic strip written and drawn by extremely gifted and
experienced professionals to complement our existing TARZAN strip.
With Martin Powell as our Writer and Tom Floyd and Diana Leto
as our Artists, CARSON OF VENUS will begin with the story of Carson Napier's
"The Greatest Wrong Turn in History" and take off from there. Be prepared
for an exciting journey.
Our intent is to bring new life to the many classic literary creations
of Edgar Rice Burroughs and honor his writing career that encompassed
such a great variety of genres. We intend to build the finest comic strip
site of highly entertaining stories not be found anywhere else in the
world. Our writers and artists are committed to bringing their best ideas
to you because they truly enjoy their subject matter. They will help us
visualize what was in the vivid imagination of Edgar Rice Burroughs, and
we will all be truly entertained.
Below are brief bios of our new writer and artists that will describe
the tremendous talent and experience they will bring to our comic strip
Martin Powell has been a professional writer since 1986,
having written hundreds of stories in numerous genres, for Disney, Marvel,
DC, and Sequential Pulp/Dark Horse Comics, among others. Nominated for
the prestigious Eisner Award for his work with Sherlock Holmes, he has
written for some of the most popular characters in the industry, including
Superman, Batman, Popeye the Sailor, and Tarzan of the Apes. He’s also
the author of many children’s books and is co-creator of the acclaimed
Halloween Legion, with illustrator Diana Leto. Powell’s The Tall Tale of
Paul Bunyan won the coveted Moonbeam Children’s Book Award for Best Graphic
Novel of 2010.
Tom Floyd is a self-professed jack of all trades. He has
been everything from a Texas oilfield roustabout, a mechanic, a soldier,
a printer, and a public school art teacher. Finally settling down
some 14 years ago as a graphic designer-illustrator-animator for a PBS station.
He has worked on productions from local programs to Reading Rainbow, NOVA
science NOW, and American Experience. But throughout all of this he
remained a comic fan, artist and writer working for companies such as Elite
Comics, Eternity, Moonstone, and Marvel. He was honored in 2010 to receive
the Burroughs Bibliophiles Golden Lion Award for his illustrations for
new Bison Books editions of the Moon Maid, Pellucidar, The Eternal Savage,
and Pirates of Venus. He has also written and illustrated an on-line
web comic Captain Spectre and the Lightning Legion, which is a pulp/serial/adventure
comic. Captain Spectre is located on the web at http://www.captainspectre.
com. You can also follow along with other of his projects at his sketchblog
(http://www.lightning legionblogspot.com) .
Diana Leto has been a professional artist and graphic designer
for over a decade. Her illustration has illuminated projects at institutions
including The Jim Henson Legacy, Sesame Street and Sequential Pulp/Dark
Horse Comics. She is co-creator and illustrator of the Halloween Legion,
a critically acclaimed all-ages mystery/adventure series featuring “The
Worlds’ Weirdest Heroes.” Presenting contemporary design at Adobe MAX, addressing
teachers and children about being a woman in the arts at KIDS’ COMIC CON
and helping refresh beloved characters for a cultural institution, Diana’s
artwork stands at the intersection of education and inspiration.
Now online at Edgar Rice
Tarzan by Roy Thomas & Tom Grindberg
Tarzan Comic Strips created exclusively for ERB, Inc.
You can subscribe for only
$1.99 / month.
time to see the latest Tarzan Comic Strip [with Bonus
|HALF PAST DANGER #1 (of 6)
- Arriving in comic shops May 22!
Stephen Mooney (Writer/Artist)
DAMES. DINOSAURS. DANGER.
Summer, 1943, and in the midst of a war waged by monsters,
Staff Sergeant Tommy ‘Irish’ Flynn never expected to encounter a real
But on a remote island in the South Pacific, Flynn and
his squad come face-to-fanged-face with creatures long thought dead.
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
THE PHANTOM: THE COMPLETE
THE CHARLTON YEARS VOLUME 2
Arriving in comic shops May
(Writer) Joe Gill (Art)
The early 1970s comic book adventures
of The Phantom return in full, glorious color!
Hermes Press is collecting all 74 issues of The Phantom comic
books which ran from 1962-1977, and this is the second volume
of the Charlton years. The Charlton comic book version
of the grand-daddy of costumed heroes, The Ghost Who Walks,
is available again, digitally remastered to look better than
the original books. Reprints issues #39-47.
224 pages, Full Color, $49.99
BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25TH CENTURY
#1 (of 4)
Howard Chaykin’s revival
of the first, best, and original sci-fi hero returns in August
with an all-new four book story-line!
(Writer/Artist) Howard Chaykin
Buck Rogers, the first, best, and original
Sci-Fi hero returns with Howard Chaykin drawing and writing this action
packed incarnation of this iconic title. Over eighty years after the creation
of the newspaper strip that become a household word, Howard Chaykin has
returned the character and his universe back to basics: Buck Rogers, former
World War I ace is accidentally suspended in time only to awaken to new
and different earth, 500 years in the future, fragmented by war and ruled
by an omnipotent force — the Chinese. Now, Buck along with Colonel Wilma
Deering, begins a new fight, to free the United States!
7x10, 32 pages, Full Color, $3.99
|The James Bond Collection - Arriving in book stores May 21!
Dr. No: Dispatched by M to investigate the mysterious
disappearance of MI6’s Jamaica station chief, Bond was expecting a holiday
in the sun. But when he discovers a deadly centipede placed in his hotel
room, the vacation is over. On this island, all suspicious activity leads
inexorably to Dr. Julius No, a reclusive megalomaniac with steel pincers
for hands. To find out what the good doctor is hiding, 007 must enlist the
aid of local fisherman Quarrel and alluring beachcomber Honeychile Rider.
Together they will combat a local legend the natives call “the Dragon,” before
Bond alone must face the most punishing test of all: an obstacle course —
designed by the sadistic Dr. No himself — that measures the limits of the
human body’s capacity for agony.
Casino Royale: In the novel that introduced James Bond to the world,
Ian Fleming’s agent 007 is dispatched to a French casino in Royale-les-Eaux.
His mission? Bankrupt a ruthless Russian agent who’s been on a bad luck streak
at the baccarat table. One of SMERSH’s most deadly operatives, the man
known only as “Le Chiffre,” has been a prime target of the British Secret
Service for years. If Bond can wipe out his bankroll, Le Chiffre will likely
be “retired” by his paymasters in Moscow. But what if the cards won’t cooperate?
After a brutal night at the gaming tables, Bond soon finds himself dodging
would-be assassins, fighting off brutal torturers, and going all-in to save
the life of his beautiful female counterpart, Vesper Lynd. Taut, tense,
and effortlessly stylish, Ian Fleming’s inaugural James Bond adventure has
all the hallmarks that made the series a touchstone for a generation of
Diamonds are Forever: An international diamond-smuggling pipeline has
opened up and the British Treasury wants to know who’s controlling it.
Impersonating a captured courier named Peter Franks, Bond infiltrates the
criminal ring and finds an unlikely ally in Tiffany Case, a gorgeous American
with a dark past. As the ring’s stateside go-between, she may be just another
link in the chain, but Tiffany is also Bond’s best shot at finding the elusive
figure at the head of the operation—a syndicate boss known only by the
initials “ABC.” But if Bond’s cover gets blown, he’ll find that the only
thing harder than a diamond is surviving the payback of a pair of murderous
henchmen. With a sparkling trail of smuggled gems as bait, Diamonds Are Forever
leads Bond on a globe-hopping mission where deadly assassins lurk behind every
Paperback: 677 pages
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (May 21, 2013)
|KING CONAN: HOUR OF THE DRAGON #4 - Coming in August!
Timothy Truman (Writer), Tomás Giorello (Pencils),
José Villarrubia (Color), and Gerald Parel (Cover)
Betrayed, deposed, and in hiding, Conan rides for his old capital of
Tarantia with bloody vengeance in his heart--but the devious wizard Xaltotun
has spies in the sky and soldiers on the ground. The solitary barbarian is
forced to seek counsel from an unlikely ally . . . who has a few beastly
servants of her own!
32 pages, $3.50, in stores on August 28.
|LORDS OF MARS #1 - Coming in August!
(Writer) Arvid Nelson (Art) Roberto Castro
An epic crossover event starring the two greatest heroes of pulp fiction
begins this June! The legendary Ape-Man has claimed his title as Lord of
Greystoke, but his very life is threatened when a hunting excursion with
his fellow “gentlemen” goes disastrously wrong. Meanwhile, on Mars, John
Carter is forced to respond to a veiled threat from his defeated enemies.
Mars and Earth might be separated by millions of miles, but a sinister force
is at work on both planets, setting the two champions on a deadly collision
course. It all starts with Lords of Mars #1: The Hunting Party. Set phasers
Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99
|MASKS #7 - Arriving in comic shops May 22!
Written by Chris Roberson, art by Dennis Calero,
covers by Alex Ross, Ardian Syaf, Francesco Francavilla,
All hope seems lost. The Shadow, Green Hornet, and the
other masked heroes are outnumbered, outgunned, and surrounded by
the Black Legion forces of the Justice Party, who are bent on expanding
their chokehold on the surrounding countryside. Even the arrival of the
new Zorro and Black Bat is not enough to turn the tide. But what of the
Full Color, 32 pages,
When we last saw Patricia Wildman, daughter of Doc Wildman,
the bronze champion of justice, six months had passed since the main events
of The Evil in Pemberley House. She and her associate Parker, an ex-Scotland
Yard Inspector, had set up Empire State Investigations at her Pemberley
House estate—and she just received a mysterious phone call from her supposedly
late father . . .
Several months later, Pat receives a visitor, a young girl named
Emma Ponsonby, whose father, a British diplomat to a small Central American
country, has been kidnapped by the Scarlet Jaguar. Pat, following in her
father’s footsteps of righting wrongs and assisting those in need, agrees
to help, but before they can set off on their quest the Scarlet Jaguar sends
a gruesome warning.
Undeterred, the investigation takes Pat, Parker, and their young
charge from Pemberley House in the Derbyshire countryside . . . To New
York, where they battle agents of the Scarlet Jaguar and meet Pat’s old
friend, the icy, pale-skinned beauty Helen Benson, who agrees to join them
on their quest . . . To the small nation of Xibum, where the Scarlet Jaguar’s
reign of uncanny assassinations threatens to expand to the rest of Central
Now, it’s a race against time deep in the wilds of the Central American
jungle, as Pat Wildman and her crew search for Emma’s father, and confront
the Scarlet Jaguar’s weird power to eliminate his enemies from afar, marked
only by a wisp of crimson smoke—smoke resembling nothing so much as the
head of a blood-red screaming jaguar. But who—or what—is the Scarlet Jaguar?
A power-mad dictator determined to reclaim power? A revolutionary movement
bent on taking over the country, and the rest of Central America?
Or a front for something even more sinister . . .?
Jaguar is the second in our series of signed limited edition novellas.
Just like (the now sold out) Exiles of Kho, the print run
will be determined by the number of copies preordered.
Also, if you preorder before June 30th, your name will appear
in the book on the acknowledgements page.
You know you want to see your name near the top of that list,
so don’t delay, preorder your copy now!
5×8 tpb, TBD pages
LIMITED EDITION of TBD signed copies
Now available and
arriving in comic shops May 22!
The Avenger: Roaring
Heart of the Crucible
crime-fighter of the 40's returns in a third thrilling collection of original,
action-packed tales of adventure, intrigue, and revenge.
Editors: Nancy Holder,
Baugh, James Chambers, Greg Cox, Win Scott Eckert,
Joe Gentile, CJ Henderson, Nancy Holder, Michael May, Matthew
Mayo, Will Murray, Bobby Nash, Barry Reese, Chris Sequeira,
John Small, David White Cover: E. M. Gist
Life was bliss for
millionaire adventurer Richard Henry Benson until
that fateful day crime and greed took away his wife and young
daughter... and turned him into something more than human.
Driven by loss, compelled by grief, he becomes a chilled
impersonal force of justice, more machine than man, dedicated to
the destruction of evildoers everywhere. A figure of ice and steel,
more pitiless than both, Benson has been forged into an avatar
of vengeance, possessed of superhuman genius supernormal power.
His frozen face and pale eyes, like a polar dawn, only hint at
the terrible force the underworld heedlessly invoked upon itself
the day they created... The Avenger!
HC BONUS material:
An Avenger timeline,
plus solo tales of the Avenger's aides by Howard Hopkins!
Hardcover: 330 pages
|Pulp Flakes - Now online!
A new pulp blog on pulp magazines,
authors and their stories, adventure
and detective pulps.
Review: The Adventures of Jehannum Smith by Gordon
MacCreagh - New!
Map of Adventure
New photo and some information about Hapsburg Liebe
Nothing but the truth - short story by Albert R. Wetjen
Albert R. Wetjen - Sailor, Writer
Editor's Choice - Harry E. Maule of Short Stories
on his criteria for selecting stories
Hugh Pendexter on making his first fiction sale
Free pulp stories at Munsey's - selected authors
Biography of Warren Hastings Miller - author, outdoorsman,
Interview with Johnston McCulley (creator of Zorro)
Pulp in the mainstream - two sports pulp articles
Pulp in the mainstream - article on Margaret Brundage
in The Atlantic magazine
Johnston McCulley - special exhibit being planned
at his birthplace, Chillicothe, Ohio
WARBIRDS OF MARS: STORIES OF THE FIGHT
Bomber pilot Jack Paris. Lounge singer
Josie Taylor. Bandaged avenger Hunter Noir. Mysterious hybrid Mr. Mask.
Together they will stop at nothing to undermine the Martian occupation of
Earth. From daring action in the South China Sea to explosive chaos on the
frozen glaciers of Greenland. Watch a man transformed into a vigilante hero,
as the world he knows crumbles around him. See an alien-human abomination
discover self-worth in the death of a man who extends him kindness. What
are the resistance plans for combating the Martian threat? Discover an awakening
as two young boys journey from distant farms to the big city, to get in on
the life of battle. Just what are the creeping monsters threatening the small
southwestern town of Adobe Wells?
Scott P. Vaughn's vision of a world ruled by three-eyed invaders from
the popular webcomic comes to life in this anthology, with fourteen tales
of intrigue, horror, and desperate action. The stories run the gamut from
the air war, to the horseback of the wild west and the nocturnal alleys
of battle-torn 1940s urban America. Brought to you by some of the best
names in the horror, action & adventure, supernatural thriller, and
comics genres. Relive the glory of the Pulp era with these stories of the
|With stories from the following authors:
Stephen M. Irwin
J. H. Ivanov
Jeffrey J. Mariotte
Megan E. Vaughn
Scott P. Vaughn
|Illustrations by the following artists:
Paul Roman Martinez
Paperback: 476 Pages
Publisher: Quickdraw Books
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 1.1 inches
|RED SONJA #75
- Arriving in comic shops May 22!
Written by Eric Trautmann;
Art by Marcio Abreu
Covers by Mel Rubi (Cover A),
Erik Jones (Cover B), Walter Geovani (Cover C)
On the snowy steppes of Hyrkania,
Red Sonja faces off against an army bent on crushing her
homeland. Old scores are settled, alliances are broken,
and rest assured, with the She-Devil With A Sword entering the
fray, blood will surely flow.
Full Color, 32
|Renaissance E Books - Deerstalker
THE EMPEROR'S GAMBIT by Charles Lee Jackson
AN UNDERGROUND PULP
MAGAZINE AND COMIC BOOK SENSATION FOR OVER 40 YEARS!
THE CLIFFHANGER ACTION ADVENTURES OF CHARLES LEE JACKSON II's LEGENDARY
HERO - "THE EMPEROR"
AVAILABLE TO THE READING PUBLIC FOR THE FIRST TIME!
CODE NAME: The Emperor
Head of a secret network of agents, he fights evil where ever it may
arise. Able to pass unsuspected through any security or fortification, he
has outwitted and out-fought the cleverest and most deadly enemies. The
Emperor’s exploits put those of Doc Savage, The Shadow, Batman, James Bond,
and even those two guys from UNCLE to shame. From the pages of the limited
edition pulp 'zine, Amazing Adventures.
THE UNDERGROUND PULP AND COMIC
For forty years, Charles Lee Jackson II has been producing a body of
work unprecedented in the annals of pulp magazines and comics. He has garnered
a fanatic body of followers and admirers - but his work has never been made
available to a mass audience before! Begin the adventure here, with the
first volume of stories featuring Jackson's legendary cliffhanger hero, in
his fight against the forces of evil.
eBook Download: $3.99
Trade Paperback $8.99
|Renaissance E Books - Futures-Past
Leland Hale Galactic Conman
FIRST EVER COLLECTION
OF MULTIPLE HUGO, NEBULA AND LOCUS AWARD NOMINEE
Leland Hale thought the universe owed him a living--and
he was collecting on the installment plan! Here is master science fiction
humorist Randall Garrett's rarest and never before reprinted series. Introducing
Leland Hale, who will steal your heart - and all your money! Fraud, larceny
and murder are all in the day's work for this master interstellar confidence
man. He is about to descend on the planet Cardigan's Green with a planetary
scam designed to make him rich at the population's expense. What Hale doesn't
know is that he is about to become a savior! And if he survives this one,
he has two more brilliant schemes in mind. For the first time ever, here
are all three Leland Hale capers in one volume. As a special bonus this edition
features the original magazine illustrations for the stories by the Hugo
winning Artists: Ed Emsh, Virgil Finlay, and John Schoenherr. Randall Garrett
(1927-1987) worked as an industrial chemist before turning his hand to science
fiction, a happy decision for everyone, as it turned out. During the 1950s
and '60s he was a stalwart of the U.S. science fiction magazines, producing
well over a hundred short stories and novelettes and writing for virtually
every title on the stands, but primarily for Astounding (now Analog). A
noted humorist, famed for his delightful Lord Darcy series, even Garrett's
most serious works (Anything You Can Do, for example) contain comic or satirical
undertones. He was one of the first writers to appreciate the importance
of conventions and an ingratiating personality in building a strong fan base.
"[These] stories, which have never been reprinted since their one and only
appearance on cheap pulpwood paper ... ensure that readers will remember
his work at least a little longer. They will have an opportunity to encounter
that sly sense of humor, those brilliant mystery and detective problems and
that almost unmatched ability to work complex scientific principles into
exciting stories." -Mark Cole, Internet Review of Science Fiction
RANDALL GARRETT'S "LELAND HALE, GALACTIC CONMAN" STORIES
FROM THE 1950S PULP SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINES
The three short novels in this series have been released individually
as ebooks in Kindle, Nook, iBook and other formats.
TO MAKE A HERO [LELAND HALE, GALACTIC CONMAN #1]
RESPECTFULLY MINE [LELAND HALE, GALACTIC CONMAN #2]
DRUG ON THE MARKET [LELAND HALE, GALACTIC CONMAN #3]
Author: Randall Garrett
Format: eBook $3.99 each
ILLUSTRATED PAPERBACK EDITION
All three have also been collected as LELAND HALE, GALACTIC COMAN in
a single trade paperback volume – with the original magazine illustrations
by the award winning pulp artists Ed Emsh, Virgil Finlay, and John Schoenherr.
Author: Randall Garrett
Format: Paperback $14.99
The first of four volumes of Robert E. Howard’s
fight fiction (with some nonfiction thrown in for good measure).
Cover art by Tom Gianni.
The REH Foundation Press
is proud to present Fists of Iron, the first volume of a four-volume
series that presents the Collected Boxing Fiction of Robert E. Howard.
The first round measures in at 420 pages, and will be printed in hardback
with dust jacket, in a limited quantity of 200 copies, each individually
numbered. Cover art by Tom Gianni and introduction by Christopher Gruber.
The book is expected to ship by the end of May or early June 2013. Other
volumes will follow as their covers are completed. Pre-order yours today.
Price and Numbering
To guarantee that you receive volumes with the same number, order
the complete set. Members pay $165, plus shipping; non-members pay $182,
If ordering one at a time, we cannot guarantee that volume numbers
will match (we will, of course, hold used numbers as long as possible).
The price for Volume 1, the largest book in the collection, is $45 for
REHF Members, $50 for non-members, plus shipping. Volumes 2 through 4
are somewhat smaller, and cost $40 apiece for REHF members, $44 apiece
for non-members. (How to become a member? See here.)
(rates updated as of 04/30/13)
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Rough Edges - Now
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Wings, March 1935
Saturday Morning Western Pulp: 2 Western Books, Summer
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror,
Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Western Trails, January 1939
Forgotten Books: The Best of Spicy Mystery, Volume 1 -- Alfred
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Bedtime Stories, February/March
Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Western Story, January 1948
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Navy Stories, April 1929
Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Cowboy Stories, January
Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Red Star Adventures, June
1940 to January 1941
SENTINELS: WHEN STRIKES THE WARLORD - New Trade Paperback Edition!
Volume in “The World’s Greatest Superhero Novel Series” is back in an “Anniversary
White Rocket Books proudly announces the release
in trade paperback format of a newly revised and updated edition of Van
Allen Plexico’s SENTINELS: WHEN STRIKES THE WARLORD, the original adventure
in the famed and very popular cosmic superhero saga!
Originally appearing in 2008 from Swarm Press, When Strikes the Warlord
has only been available as an e-book or as part of the Grand Design Omnibus
for over a year. Now White Rocket brings it back into print as a
stand-alone trade paperback, with all the original interior artwork by
famed series artist Chris Kohler.
When Strikes the Warlord gets the Sentinels saga off with a bang, as
teenaged college student and “science nerd” Lyn Li is attacked by shadowy
members of the US Defense Department. Teaming up with beloved but mysterious
national hero Ultraa and renowned inventor and billionaire Esro Brachis,
she enters a new world of androids, aliens, cosmic space gods, interdimensional
conquerors, and more. When at last they all clash atop the Warlord’s
floating city, the existence of the universe itself is at stake!
This new edition has been meticulously re-edited by the author.
Says Plexico, “Because this book is the entryway for many readers to discover
my work, I’ve always wanted it to be as strong of a presentation as it could
be. This new Anniversary Edition from White Rocket allowed me to tighten
things up in many places—but not one bit of the overall story has been
The Kindle edition has also been updated to match the Anniversary Edition
"I've already bought the next Sentinels book! Van's got me hooked!"
says Percival Constantine, author of Fallen.
"Spectacular. Action-packed. Imaginative and wonderful,” adds
Pulp Fiction Reviews. “If you grew up loving the Avengers comic books
from Marvel, these books are for you in a big, big way.”
White Rocket Books is a leader in the New Pulp movement, publishing
exciting action and adventure novels and anthologies since 2005, in both
traditional and electronic formats.
White Rocket books have hit the Amazon.com Top 15-by-Genre and reached
as high as #2 on the New Pulp Bestsellers List, and have garnered praise
from everyone from Marvel Comics Vice-President Tom Brevoort to Kirkus Reviews.
SENTINELS: WHEN STRIKES THE WARLORD is a $14.95, 6x9 format trade paperback
from White Rocket Books.
Other volumes in the series are available in two omnibus paperbacks,
and each is a $2.99 or $3.99 e-book for Kindle and other e-readers.
164 pages; 5 full-page illustrations by Chris Kohler
ISBN-13: 978-0-61580987-8 (6x9” Trade Paperback)
The Serial Squadron - Coming June 1 - Now accepting pre-orders!
Our restoration of THE LONE RANGER (1938), long-considered
a lost serial in complete form, is the only complete unsubtitled version
of the serial in existence. And soon we will be offering an upgraded version
of a restoration many already consider to be great with a new transfer
of a considerable amount of higher-resolution unsubtitled footage which
we are currently marrying to the audio tracks and otherwise blending into
the existing restoration. This new transfer is much sharper than the original
content of much of the serial and does show some wear but the upgrade in
picture quality is well worth the effort of incorporating it and will make
the Squadron LONE RANGER serial the definitive edition of this classic serial.
THE LONE RANGER
Restored, Complete and Unsubtitled -- and Upgraded!
Let's face it -- we here all know that Tonto doesn't wear a dead bird
on his head, and that this is the real, first, original and "real" story
of the Lone Ranger. And one of Republic's most-beloved serials for a good
reason. It's worth having the very best possible DVD version of it in your
Target release date for the upgraded restoration is June 1.
NOW ACCEPTING PREORDERS
For projected release date of June 1, 2013
IF YOU ORDER A COPY OF THE SERIAL BEFORE JUNE 1 We will offer you a $5
discount from the list price of $29.95.
IF YOU ALREADY HAVE A COPY OF THE RESTORATION AND WOULD LIKE THE UPGRADE
We'll send you the upgraded DVDs (DVDs only, no case) for 12.95, less
than half the list price.
No cheating on this, now, the Lone Ranger may be watching.
- Licensed by Obverse Books, new story and
a golden age reprint are coming soon!
Obverse Books, have licensed Sexton Blake from IPC
Media. We'll be relaunching the Sexton Blake Library with a new novella
by best selling genre author George Mann, combined with a reprint of a golden
age Blake story.
|The Shadow Fan's
Podcast - Now online!
A Dynamite Look at The Shadow
The Shadow Fan returns for his 31st episode! This
week, Barry focuses on the newest from Dynamite Comics. He talks up their
July 2013 solicitations, takes a hard look at Masks # 6 and then talks about
the end of the Victor Gischler run in The Shadow # 12. Barry holds nothing
back in talking about the disappointments that have accompanied Masks -
and he wonders about the future direction of The Shadow under Chris Roberson's
If you love pulp's greatest crimefighter, then this is the podcast for
|The Shadow - Under the
Blue Light - Now online!
The Salamanders - New!
The Ghost Makers - New!
Crime Under Cover
Atoms of Death
Crooks Go Straight
Battle of Greed
|Solomon Kane -
Coming on Blu-ray and DVD July 16!
Anchor Bay Entertainment and RADiUS-TWC announced
the Blu-ray™ and DVD release of SOLOMON KANE. The film was directed by Michael
J. Bassett (“Da Vinci’s Demons” and Silent Hill: Revelation 3D) and stars
James Purefoy (“The Following”), the late Pete Postlethwaite (In the Name
of the Father), Rachel Hurd-Wood (Peter Pan), and Max von Sydow (The Exorcist).
The character Solomon Kane was created by pulp-era writer and mind behind
Conan the Barbarian, Robert E. Howard. SOLOMON KANE heads to retail on
July 16, 2013 for an SRP of $26.99 for the Blu-ray™ and $22.98 for the
|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
Before the Golden Age-John Russell Fearn - New!
Before the Golden Age-Arthur Leo Zagat and Nathan
Schachner - New!
Before the Golden Age-Stanton A. Coblentz
Before the Golden Age-Murray Leinster - New!
Before the Golden Age-Ralph Milne Farley
Before the Golden Age-Ray Cummings
More Authors from the Golden Age of Science Fiction-Introduction
J.B.S. Fullilove (1912-1966)
Weird Tales in Ohio-Tonight
J.U. Giesy (1877-1947)
Weird Tales in Ohio
Happy Birthday to Weird Tales
When An Old Case Resurfaces, The World's Greatest Detective
Is Pulled Back Into A New Battle With A Deadly Enemy, While Ex-Fighting
District Attorney Tony Quinn's Lovely Secretary, Carol Baldwin Is Kidnapped
By A Vicious Mob, Hoping To Force The Prosecution To Drop Its Case Against
Their Boss. Two Champions Of Justice Meet In A Race Against Time!
now available on Kindle for $0.99
Tom Johnson - Now available!
THE SOUL STEALERS by
The Soul Stealers now available from FADING SHADOWS
in paperback, $12.00 plus postage from email@example.com
Angels have walked among mankind since the dawn of civilization.
Although we may not recognize them, or even see their presence, they
are always with us. Perhaps they whisper advice in our dreams, or guide
our governments without their knowledge, angels are moving us towards
a higher good. Some even protect us in our final day, when violent death
reaches out for our very soul – these are the Soul Stealers.
Tom Johnson - Now
NEW CLASSIC PULP FICTION
STORIES by Tom Johnson
NEW CLASSIC PULP FICTION STORIES is now available
from FADING SHADOWS in paperback at an introductory price of $12.00 plus
The price will eventually have to be raised because of cost,
but order now at the lower price from firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are five stories in the pulp tradition. 200 pages, featuring
the Moon Man, Secret Agent X, Colonel Jeremiah Custer (originally written
as a Thaddeus C. ‘Doc’ Harker story), plus two more.
The books are perfect bound, and beautifully produced in 5 x
8 paperback format.
Now available for $12.00
The price is likely to rise to at least $12.95 or more later.
So order now while they are at cost.
Tom Johnson - Now
THE SPIDER'S WEB by Tom
In 1980, a treacherous Chinaman created a web of events that
culminated thirty years later in a reign of terror and death. As the
streets of his city run red with blood, The Black Ghost searchers for the
mysterious killer, who is motivated by revenge, and this time the city's
paladin may be faced by his greatest foe, the Spider! An evil mastermind,
trained in the deadly mysteries of the Ninja, with a desire to kill!
Wraparound cover by Teresa Tunaley
Hardback from Lulu at $22.78.
Still available in paperback for $13.95
Still available as an eBook for $4.99.