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18 August 2017

Adventure House
Now available!

HIGH ADVENTURE #155

Weird Menace Special Issue

"Land of Living Flame" by E. Hoffman Price
"Too Bad To Kill" by Stan Warner
"Death Spurs" by R.T. Maynard
"Daughter of the Serpent" by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
Death Cove by Ray King
"The Fiend’s Club" by Harry F. Olmsted
"The Cannibal Floor" by Arthur J. Burks


Cover Artist: Rudolph Belarski
   
7x10, 112 pages, $12.95



Adventure House
Now available!

THRILLING WONDER STORIES - June 1943

"Through the Blackboard" by Joel Townsley Rogers
Unexpectedly tossed into the fourth dimension, little mathematics professor Noel Goug has an amazing chance to solve all of his personal problems while time stand motionless!

"Wobblies In the Moon" by Frank Belknap Long
"The Devil’s Fiddle" by N.R. de Mexico
"Children of the Gods" by D.D. Sharp
"Grief of Bagdad" by Kelvin Kent
"Two-Timing Man" by Thaedra Alden
"The Golden Temple" by Ray Cummings
"World of Living Dead" by Wilm Carver

Cover Artist: Earle Bergey

   
7x10, 128 pages, $14.95



Adventure House
Now available!

GANGSTER STORIES - November 1931

"Black Ice" by C.B. Yorke
"King Joe Dies" by E. Parke Levy
"Gangland"
“Ex-Dick—Feminine” by Margie Harris
“Doctor Jim” by Ward D. Binns
"Vice Racket" by Tom Champion
"Ducky Swings A Deal" by Homer Faust

Cover Artist: Tom Lovell

   
7x10, 156 pages, $14.95



Age of Aces
Now available!

SKY DEVIL: ACE OF DEVILS
By Harold F. Cruickshank


The Sky Devil and his Brood were riders of the hell trail! Nowhere along the Western Front could you find a more feared crew, both in their element or out. 120 Squadron could always be counted on to whip Germany's best Aces, out-scrap entire squadrons of Boche killers, or tackle not one, but two crazed Barons with an Egyptology fetish! But what happens when they find themselves up in a dirigible fighting a fleet of ghost zeppelins, or down in the English Channel battling ferocious deep water beasts, or even behind enemy lines dealing with a crazed Major Petrie? Plenty, and you can read it all here. The prolific Harold F. Cruickshank was a mainstay of Popular Publications’ aviation titles, with a series in each. For Battle Aces he wrote Sky Wolf; For Battle Birds he created Red Eagle; and in Dare-Devil Aces, from 1932 to 1935, he wrote the 29 tales of Sky Devil. This second volume from Age of Aces Books collects half of the run—15 stories in all—including the seminal story where Bill Dawe is rooked out of the command of 120 Squadron!

Stories include
“The Green Devils” – Dare-Devil Aces, July 1932
“Killer’s Drome” – Dare-Devil Aces, November 1932
“Ace of Devils” – Dare-Devil Aces, November 1933
“Skeleton’s Drome” – Dare-Devil Aces, December 1933
“The Sky Pirates” – Dare-Devil Aces, January 1934
“Staffel of Hate” – Dare-Devil Aces, February 1934
“The Flaming Vulture” – Dare-Devil Aces, March 1934
“No-Man’s Squadron” – Dare-Devil Aces, April 1934
“The Storm Buzzard” – Dare-Devil Aces, May 1934
“The Derelict Patrol” – Dare-Devil Aces, June 1934
“Staffel of Skeletons” – Dare-Devil Aces, July 1934
“Graveyard Staffel” – Dare-Devil Aces, September 1934
“The Stratosphere Patrol” – Dare-Devil Aces, February 1935
“The Undersea Buzzard” – Dare-Devil Aces, June 1935
“Staffel of Dead Men” – Dare-Devil Aces,September 1935

$16.99 | 6″x9″ trade paperback | 364 pages




The German Empire has unleashed Hell on Earth! The dead are climbing out of their graves and giant skeletons attack the living. Heads are detonating and soldiers are turning to bronze. But flying to the rescue like an avenging angel is America’s own “Brain Devil,” Captain Philip Strange, the phantom ace of G-2 Intelligence. Whether it’s deadly bridges or killer broadcasts, when the Allies need a miracle they pray for Philip Strange! This sixth volume of Donald Keyhoe’s flying spy features six weird World War I adventures: The Devil's Holocaust, Hell's Gateway, The Brain-Devil of G-2, Tombstone Tarmac, The Bridge of Death, and Hellions of Headless Death.

Stories include
“The Devil’s Holocaust,” – Flying Aces, June 1932
“Hell’s Gateway,” – Flying Aces, April 1932
“The Brain-Devil of G-2,” – Flying Aces, September 1932
“Tombstone Tarmac,” – Flying Aces, September 1933
“The Bridge of Death,” – Flying Aces, May 1935
“Hellions of Headless Death,” – Flying Aces, September 1936

$16.99 | 6″x9″ trade paperback | 322 pages


 

Airship 27 Productions
JIM ANTHONY, SUPER DETECTIVE VOLUME 5
VERSUS MASTERMIND

Now available!

Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to present the fifth book in their continuing new adventures of that classic pulp hero, Jim Anthony – Super Detective.

Jim Anthony had battled all manner of evil and villainy in his illustrious career as a globe-trotting adventurer. But now he finds himself challenged by three unique criminals, each with devastating weapons of destruction; the Flame Wizard, Baron Strum and Prof. Meteon. Each is determined to wreak unimaginable havoc on the world and vanquish the Super Detective in the process.

The hero soon comes to suspect there is a fourth nemesis; a super Mastermind orchestrating these other villains in a cunning, deadly plot for reasons he is unable to fathom. But the Super Detective is never alone thanks to his various allies ala pilot Tm Gentry and British butler Dawkins and along the way he is joined by the beautiful Maria Flores and her All-Girl Squad. 

Writer Adam Mudman Bezecny has plotted a fast-paced, action-packed novel in four parts creating some of the most dastardly pulp villains ever to challenge the Super Detective.  “This is a really interesting collection,” explains Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor Ron Fortier. “Although each of the chapters works very much like a stand alone adventure, ultimately they create a longer narrative plot leading to the Super Detective’s newest arch-fiend, Mastermind.”

Artist Richard Jun provides the marvelous black and white interior illustrations and Adam Shaw delivers the stunning cover based on one of those pieces. All of which are assembled under the guiding hand of Airship 27 Art Director Rob Davis.

 “Jim Anthony is one of our favorite pulp heroes,” Fortier adds happily, “and we hope to continue this series of new books for as long as our readers enjoy them.” So buckle up for a wild ride, pulp fans, this is adventure with a capital A …for Jim Anthony!

Now available at Amazon in paperback and on Kindle!

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!

 

Altus Press
MAVERICKS: LONGRIDERS OF THE WEST, THE COMPLETE SERIES
By Kent Thorn
Introduction by Will Murray

Now available!

Limited hardcover edition of 50 copies.

Collecting—for the first time in one edition—are all five adventures of the 5 Mavericks, Popular Publications’ Western adventure heroes!
 
Meet the five Mavericks—Lance Clayton, Doc Grimson, Charlie Parr, Lockjaw Johnson, and Flint Maddox…
They were wanted men, those five hard-riding travelers of the still night trails…
Mavericks all, they had entered outlawry for five different reasons, drawn irresistibly down the Owlhoot Trail from five different walks of rangeland life.
They became one living inseparable unit of grim, uncompromising justice, united as one man by their friendship,
their burning championship of the underdog—and the high, white flame of their courage….

Contains the following stories:
“Five Against the Law”
“Mesquite Manhunters”
“Bait for the Lobo Pack”
“Doc Grimson’s Outlaw Posse”
“Charlie Parr’s Gunsmoke Cure”


$75.00 deluxe hardcover


Altus Press
THE COMPLETE EXPLOITS OF DOCTOR DEATH
By Harold Ward
Now available!

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

For the first time in one edition, all five Doctor Death pulp adventures are collected authorized by the Ward estate.
Contains the first three stories from 1935: “12 Must Die,” “The Gray Creatures” and “The Shriveling Murders,”
as well as two unpublished stories, “Waves of Madness” and “The Red Mist of Death.”
As a bonus, Harold Ward's treatment for a Doctor Death comic strip is included.
With an introduction by pulp historian Will Murray.


$75.00 deluxe hardcover


Altus Press


Altus Press
TOMORROW, THE COMPLETE SAGA
By Arthur Leo Zagat
Limited Edition Hardcover
Now available!

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


The complete saga of Dikar and The Bunch is collected for the first time in a single volume.
Set in a decimated post-invasion United States, Dikar and The Bunch fight to restore America to its former glory.
A classic post-apocalyptic saga from the pages of Argosy Magazine.


$75.00 deluxe hardcover




Altus Press: Pulp Blog - Now online!

Altus Press Releases Mavericks: Longriders of the West, The Complete Series (Deluxe Edition) - New!

Altus Press Releases Deluxe Editions of Doctor Death and the Tomorrow Saga
The Mysterious Wu Fang Continues, Plus a New Pulp T-Shirt
Altus Press News: Dusty Ayres #3 and Moon Man Vol. 5


Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Coming soon!

BLACK BAT Volume 10: "The Eyes of the Blind" & "The Blackout Murders”
The Nemesis of Crime returns in classic pulp novels by Norman A. Daniels writing as "G. Wayman Jones." First, the Black Bat risks his own eyes to aid victims deprived of their sight in “The Eyes of the Blind.” Then, Tony Quinn battles a monstrous killer as “The Blackout Murders" panic the nation! GOLDEN AGE OF COMICS BONUS: The origin of the Black Terror from Nedor's EXCITING COMICS #9 by Richard Hughes and David Gabrielsen! This instant collector's item showcases the original covers and interior illustrations by V. E. Pyles, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-239-1 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)



Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Coming soon!

DOC SAVAGE Volume 4: “Land of Always-Night" & "The Mad Mesa”
Featuring a NEW foreword by JAMES BAMA!
- JAMES BAMA VARIANT EDITION

The pulps' legendary superman returns in two of his greatest adventures. In "Land of Always-Night," a strange being who kills with the touch of a finger leads Doc Savage to a lost underworld civilization, in an epic 1935 collaboration by W. Ryerson Johnson and Lester Dent writing as "Kenneth Robeson." Then, in 1938's "Mad Mesa," the Man of Bronze awakens to discover that he¹s in another man¹s body and imprisoned in a penitentiary; hundreds will die unless Doc Savage can escape and solve the mystery of the mesa madness! This instant collector’s item leads off with a stunning cover painting by legendary artist James Bama and also showcases the original color pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer and Emery Clarke, Paul Orban’s interior illustrations and historical articles by Will Murray, author of 21 Doc Savage novels. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-240-7 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)



Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Coming to online retailers in November!
Coming to comic shops November 29!

THE SHADOW Volume 124: “The Ghost Makers” & “House of Ghosts”
The Master of Darkness unmasks phony spiritualists in two legendary pulp novels. First, in one of Walter Gibson’s greatest classics, the Dark Avenger investigates “The Ghost Makers” after a glowing dagger materializes to bring death at a seance. Then, The Shadow teams with real-life ghostbuster Joseph Dunninger to investigate a series of spirit murders in a “House of Ghosts." This haunting collectors collection showcases the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and interior illustrations by Tom Lovell and Paul Orban, while Will Murray explores the Gibson-Houdini-Lovecraft connection and Anthony Tollin recalls The Shadow Big Little Books. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-241-4 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)



Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Coming to online retailers in December!
Coming to comic shops December 27!

THE SHADOW Volume 125: “The Death Tower” & “The Silent Seven”
The Dark Avenger hunts down members of a hidden criminal order in two superb 1932 pulp thrillers by Walter. B. Gibson writing as “Maxwell Grant." First, the Dark Avenger’s investigation of the murderous Dr. Palermo leads him invade “The Death Tower” and discover the existence of a hooded secret society, in the early novel that introduced reporter Clyde Burke and The Shadow’s autogyro. Then, when a wealthy businessman is killed, The Shadow must infiltrate and unmask “The Silent Seven” to solve the murder! This classic pulp collection features the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and interior illustrations by Tom Lovell with historical commentary by Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-243-8 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!

Nothing new this week.

Past episodes:
"The Strange Harvest of Dr. Aquarius" By Jeff Deischer
Win Scott Eckert discusses "The Monster on Hold"
PulpFest: Empire of the Nine- The Psychos of Philip Jose Farmer
John Bruening's readings
PulpFest: Peter McGarvey's readings
PulpFest: Jason Jack Miller's readings
PulpFest: Jim Beard's readings

BATMAN/SHADOW #5 (of 6) - Arriving in comic shops August 23!
Written by Steve Orlando & Scott Snyder
Art and cover by Riley Rossmo, Variant covers by Tim Sale and Chris Burnham


The Stag and The Joker have kidnapped the Shadow’s greatest allies and are preparing to enter Shamba-La.
It’s Batman and the Shadow’s last stand—if they don’t stop the evil duo from entering Shamba-La, it will mean an eternity of darkness in a world ruled by crime!


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99



Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press

Writing pulp fiction for a living was a tough grind, but one that always attracted hopefuls. Dewy-eyed aspirants were willing to serve an apprenticeship in the pulps, secure in the knowledge that raw talent and hard work would carry them to inevitable success in the slicks. These neophytes, eager for helpful tips and sage advice from the pulpwood Big Timers, poured over the pages of trade journals such as Writer's Digest, Author & Journalist, Writer's Review, and Writer's Markets and Methods.

Established pulp writers and editors who contributed to these publications were surprisingly generous with advice and admonition both. Every now and then their articles were vague or self-serving, but a large number offered genuinely useful tips and outlined methods of working that are just as sound today as they were in 1930 or 1940. The two dozen essays collected in THE PENNY-A-WORD BRIGADE hold significant educational value for today's wannabe writers.

Some of these trade-journal pieces saw revival in issues of Blood 'n' Thunder. A few—specifically, those by hero-pulp legends Lester Dent, Norvell Page, and Walter B. Gibson—have been reprinted before, but never have all been included between two covers. In context, surrounded by similar articles from peers, each represents a vital piece in the larger puzzle.

Straight how-to articles are mixed with market analyses and personal reminiscences. In addition to Gibson & Company, you'll find contributions from such legendary high-volume producers as Arthur J. Burks, H. Bedford-Jones, and Erle Stanley Gardner along with many second-tier favorites, including Nelson Bond, Frederick C. Davis, G. T. Fleming-Roberts, Frank Gruber, and Henry Kuttner.

The blue-pencil boys also supplied guidance to followers of the writers' magazines, and PENNY-A-WORD BRIGADE includes excellent essays by Adventure's Arthur Sullivant Hoffman, Black Mask's Joseph T. "Cap" Shaw, and editorial directors of the major pulp outfits: Rogers Terrill (Popular Publications), Leo Margulies (the "Thrilling Group"), Robert A. W. Lowndes (Columbia/Double Action/Blue Ribbon), Ralph Daigh (Fawcett Publications), and Robert O. Erisman (Martin Goodman's "Red Circle" line). Agents Lurton Blassingame and August Lenninger, frequent contributors to Writer's Digest, present market reports that at the time of publication were considered valuable tools for newcomers aiming to crack well-established sheets.

This book is an invaluable addition to any reference library with books documenting the pulp era.  It can be ordered at muraniapress.com. The $24.95 cover price includes shipping to buyers in the U.S.


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


Trade paperback, 8.5 x 11, 220 pages
Price: $24.95



Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
BLOOD 'N' THUNDER PRESENTS, VOLUME ONE -- PRIDE OF THE PULPS
Now shipping!

In case you hadn't heard, last fall we brought to an end Blood 'n' Thunder's 14-year run as a periodical. The zine went out with a bang: a double issue numbered 49/50 and packed with some of the best articles in BnT history. In the editorial we promised to continue the franchise with a series of standalone volumes, issued at irregular intervals, covering various aspects of pulp and pop-culture history under the general title of Blood 'n' Thunder Presents.

Well, this week we proudly release the first volume of Blood 'n' Thunder Presents, subtitled Pride of the Pulps. It's been designed in the "deluxe" trade-paperback format of 8 1/2 x 11 inches, with the series title in a wraparound banner and the volume number printed at the top of the spine. All future volumes will have a uniform design.

Pride of the Pulps devotes nearly 100,000 words to in-depth surveys of six classic rough-paper magazines: Adventure, All-American Fiction, Famous Fantastic Mysteries, The Popular Magazine, Short Stories, and West. Earlier versions of these overviews were published in back issues of Blood 'n' Thunder, but all have been revised and expanded for this book. Greatly expanded, in some cases: the essay on Short Stories, for example, first appeared as a two-parter with a total word count of 11,500 words. Its counterpart in Pride of the Pulps runs close to 17,000 words.

The addition of new material extends as well to illustrative matter. The surveys in Pride include more pulp covers and interior illustrations than accompanied their earlier versions in BnT, but we've also added more scans of original cover paintings.

In short, this is not a reprint volume that simply repurposes old copy. It has a significant amount of new content and is a veritable textbook of pulp-fiction history. Even if you'd be satisfied with the essays as printed in BnT, it would cost you well over $100 to purchase those issues individually. And that's assuming you could find them all: the two issues with the Short Stories survey have been out of print for many years.

Future volumes of Blood 'n' Thunder Presents will be devoted to the following topics: a history of Argosy, the working life of pulp writers, the output of legendary scribe Edgar Wallace, a history of Doubleday's Crime Club book division, and a survey of films made during 1932, which we posit to be fantastic cinema's best year. We hope and expect to issue at least two volumes per calendar year, although we're on track to publish three in 2017. Stay tuned for more announcements.

In the meantime, don't miss out on our first release in the Blood 'n' Thunder Presents series. We guarantee it'll make a valuable addition to any home library of reference works covering pulp fiction and vintage American popular culture.




Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
BLOOD 'N' THUNDER'S CLIFFHANGER CLASSICS VOLUME 2
Now shipping!

For nearly 50 years the motion-picture chapter play was a vibrant part of our country’s pop-culture scene. Following their favorite serials turned moviegoing into a weekly habit for millions of Americans. During the silent-film era, episodic thrillers were marketed to adults and children alike, but their emphasis on base melodrama and contrived thrills appealed more to kids. Those youthful habitués of Saturday matinees faithfully followed serials and retained fond memories of them. Subsequent generations discovered cliffhanger classics via later broadcasts on TV and reissues in collectable home-video formats.
 
This sequel to 2012's well-received Blood 'n' Thunder's Cliffhanger Classics offers history and analysis of such popular and influential silent serials as The Perils of Pauline (1914), The Million Dollar Mystery (1914), The Diamond from the Sky (1915), The Riddle Rider (1924), and the four 1914-17 chapter plays of Francis Ford and Grace Cunard. Notable talkie-era serials covered at length include Tarzan the Fearless (1933), The Return of Chandu (1934), The Lost City (1935), Radio Patrol (1937), Red Barry (1938), The Spider's Web (1938, and its 1941 sequel The Spider Returns), Hawk of the Wilderness (1938), Adventures of Red Ryder (1940), and Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943).
A special essay titled "Anatomy of a Serial," taking an approach not previously attempted by any chapter-play historian, chronicles the making of fan favorite Spy Smasher (1942) from the licensing of the character rights in June 1941 straight through to the film's national release in April 1942. All aspects of the production are detailed with facts and figures, as well as the recollections of director William Witney, star Kane Richmond, supporting player Tris Coffin, and stunt ramrod Dave Sharpe.
 
The essays in Cliffhanger Classics are not the typical puff pieces generally found in books on this subject. Each article has been carefully researched and supplemented with first-hand recollections of people who worked in the serials being examined, including leading men Buster Crabbe, Kane Richmond, Herman Brix, and Rod Cameron; leading ladies Jacqueline Wells, Iris Meredith, Kay Hughes, Vivian Coe; veteran serial writer Barry Shipman; stuntmen Dave Sharpe and Tom Steele; and directors Ford Beebe and William Witney. Their input makes this second volume of Cliffhanger Classics a valuable addition to the historical record, as well as an entertaining read.
 
The book is profusely illustrated with more than 60 pages of rare stills, posters, and lobby cards from the serials under examination. 
Purchase price includes shipping to domestic U.S. buyers only; international customers must inquire for shipping rates.

Cover Art by Chris Kalb
Trade paperback, 6x9 inches, 302 pages
Price: $24.95




Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press: EDitorial Comments - Now online!

Now Available for Immediate Shipping: THE PENNY-A-WORD BRIGADE
PulpFest 2017 Report
Now Available: The First Volume Of BLOOD ‘N’ THUNDER PRESENTS
Now Available for Shipping: THE BLOOD ‘N’ THUNDER SAMPLER



Bold Venture Press
ZORRO VOLUME 6
by Johnston McCulley

Coming soon!



Bold Venture Press   Amazon.com  Kindle   



Broadswords and Blasters - Now online!

Pulp Consumption: True Detective (Season 1)
Pulp Appeal: Indiana Jones
Issue 2 Now Available!
Issue 2 Run Down!


THE BRONZE GAZETTE
Issue #79 is now available and recommended!
 
Contents
Cover: Bob Larkin (commission for Terry Allen)
"The Woman In It" by Duane Spurlock
"Bending the Doc Savage Formula" by Will Murray
"Q&A with Sisters of Bronze" by Catherine Lavallée-Welch
"The Bantam Books that Never Appeared" by Will Murray
"Rhoda Haven: In Love with Everything Doc Savage Wasn't" by Bobb Cotter
"Review: Six Scarlet Scorpions" by Catherine Lavallée-Welch
"The Doc Savage Novel That Was Too Good Part 2" by Jeff Deischer
"The Bronze Gazette Publications News Update" by Terry Allen
"Daughter of Savage: A Wild Woman" by Win Scott Eckert
"In Memory of Ron Wilber"

Subscriptions (via Paypal) are now available for No. 78, 79, and 80.

$30.00 USA
$40.00 Canada (US Dollars)
$50.00 International
(Prices Include Postage)

Click HERE to subscribe!

Get back issues of #76 for $15, #77 for $12, #78 for $12, and Doc Con 2016 Special for $12 each in the USA.
 
 The Bronze Gazette  
 

Castalia House Blog - Now online!

Forgotten Sword and Sorcery Artists: Chris Achilleos - New!
Retro Fandom Friday – Weird Tales Edition
The Dai Sword, by Manly Wade Wellman
PulpFest 2017

Centipede Press
SWORDS AND DEVILTRY
By Fritz Leiber
Now available!


In the annals of heroic fantasy one epic tale stands head and shoulders above the rest, spanning sixty years in the telling, the saga of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser has captivated fans ever since Fritz Leiber’s first tale of the duo appeared in the August, 1939 issue of Unknown. Just in time for the seventy-eighth anniversary of the characters debut, Centipede Press is releasing the first of what will be the definitive eight-volume set comprising not only all of the stories by Fritz Leiber (and his friend Harry Fischer), but also the brilliant epilogue to the series, Swords Against the Shadowland by Robin Wayne Bailey.

These are archival editions, lavishly illustrated and featuring guest introductions from some of the top writers in the field. We plan on releasing both Swords and Deviltry and Swords Against Death this year and customers are encouraged to contact us about reserving the entire set. There are 500 unsigned copies available.

The story of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser is among the most enduring in modern fantasy and we suggest reserving your set sooner rather than later.

Swords and Deviltry features five color interior illustrations, a full-color frontispiece, full color wraparound dustjacket, and custom illustrated endpapers. The introduction is by Michael Moorcock. The book includes all of the stories that make up Swords and Deviltry along with two archival essays by Harry O. Fischer, Fritz Leiber’s 1973 introduction, two “Gray Mouser” poems from The Acolyte, and an interview with Fritz Leiber from 1979. Yes, we will be publishing the entire series of novels, each one with a load of extras. This is the ultimate edition of this legendary fantasy series.


Edition information
• Bound in full black cloth, blind stamping on front board.
• Color illustrations hand-tipped into the book.
• Introduction by Michael Moorcock.
• Gorgeous dustjacket on Mohawk Superfine.
• Head and tail bands, ribbon marker.

Cloth, unsigned: $65 (save $10)





CONAN THE SLAYER #12 - Arriving in comic shops August 23!

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: 
Dheeraj Verma
Cover:
Tom Grindberg
Colorist: Michael Atiyeh


Jehungir Agha's plan to ambush Conan in the dead city of Xapur goes awry when his men encounter the enraged demon Khosatral Khel, who seeks the Cimmerian's blood.
But Agha's plight may be the break Conan needs to turn the tables on the Devil in Iron!


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99




THE COMPLETE TALES OF JULES DE GRANDIN, VOLUME TWO: THE DEVIL'S ROSARY - Coming September 5!
by Seabury Quinn


Today the names of H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, August Derleth, and Clark Ashton Smith, all regular contributors to the pulp magazine Weird Tales during the first half of the twentieth century, are recognizable even to casual readers of the bizarre and fantastic. And yet despite being more popular than them all during the golden era of genre pulp fiction, there is another author whose name and work have fallen into obscurity: Seabury Quinn.

Quinn’s short stories were featured in well more than half of Weird Tales’s original publication run. His most famous character, the supernatural French detective Dr. Jules de Grandin, investigated cases involving monsters, devil worshippers, serial killers, and spirits from beyond the grave, often set in the small town of Harrisonville, New Jersey. In de Grandin there are familiar shades of both Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot, and alongside his assistant, Dr. Samuel Trowbridge, de Grandin’s knack for solving mysteries―and his outbursts of peculiar French-isms (grand Dieu!)―captivated readers for nearly three decades.

Collected for the first time in trade editions, The Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin, edited by George Vanderburgh, presents all ninety-three published works featuring the supernatural detective. Presented in chronological order over five volumes, this is the definitive collection of an iconic pulp hero.

The second volume, The Devil’s Rosary, includes all of the Jules de Grandin stories from “The Black Master” (1929) to “The Wolf of St. Bonnot” (1930), as well as an introduction by Jim Rockhill.


Cover art by Donato Giancola

Hardcover, 512 pages, $34.99
The Complete Tales of Jules De Grandin, Volume Three: The Dark Angel is coming in March!


 

CTHULHU 2018 WALL CALENDAR - Now available!

Appearing in several of H.P. Lovecraft’s works, kraken-like monster Cthulhu is an iconic figure that has fed imagination and terrified generations.

Its name has come to define the whole mythos built up around Lovecraft's strange worlds and pantheon of monsters that continue to inspire many writers.

Featuring the fantastic work of talented artists, this calendar displays a fascinating mix of weird and wonderful depictions of this notorious monster that lurks beneath the deep. The datepad features previous and next month’s views.


12 pages, 12 illustrations
Dimensions: 300 x 300 x 3 mm
£9.99
 
 




The Dark Man: The Journal of Robert E. Howard and Pulp Fiction Studies Volume 8 No. 2 - Now available!

An annual academic journal dedicated to the study of the writer Robert E. Howard, creator of Conan, Solomon Kane, Kull, and author of numerous pulp stories.
Since 2016, the journal will also run other articles on other pulp fiction, horror, and sword and sorcery writers.


Softcover, 5.5 x 8.5, 58 pages, $6



Davy Crockett's Almanak of Mystery, Adventure, and the Wild West - Now online!


THE LONE RANGER rescues "The Cornered Sheriff"  
 - New!
Lou Fine SCIENCE COMICS covers (1940)   - New!
Pulp Gallery: DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY (1939)  - New!
Tarzan of the Movies 3: THE REVENGE OF TARZAN (1920)  - New!
Paperback Gallery: FRANK FRAZETTA  
Pulp Gallery: THRILLING DETECTIVE  
Johnny Weissmuller as JUNGLE JIM (1951-52)


The Digest Enthusiast Blog - Now online!

Men of Violence! #7
- New!
Michael L. Cook’s Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines - New!
Galaxy Novel #25
Fritz Leiber’s Dark Vengeance
Spaceway Science Fiction April 1955
Bulldog Drummond by Sapper




DOC CON 2017 REGISTRATION is now open!
We have our registration page up and available.

Registration is $40 and includes:
Doc Con XX Admission, Commemorative Name Badge, Deluxe 2017 Program, DCXX Swag, Commemorative Swag Bag, 5 Raffle Tickets, Lunch on Saturday and much more!

Go to http://docfantasycovers.com/Doc-Con/ and click the "Pre-Register Today" button at the bottom of the page.
Once your registration is paid, you will receive a confirmation letter with a Commemorative Ticket and details about the upcoming convention.
See you in October!


DOC CON 2017
Doc Con commemorative t-shirt
Now accepting pre-orders!

There will be a Doc Con XX commemorative t-shirt.
The design shown at the right is a work in progress and is not the final shirt.

If you would like to reserve one now, email Fantom Press (sales@fantompress.net) with your size and quantity.  
Sizes small through 2XL are $20.00 per shirt.
Sizes 3XL and 4XL are $23.00 per shirt.

The shirts will be available for pick up at Doc Con XX in October.
If you will not be attending Doc Con, the shirts will be mailed by late October.
No money is due for shirts at this time.
The shirts will be invoiced after Doc Con XX in mid October. 




Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.
A SOLDIER OF POLODA
Further Adventures Beyond the Farthest Star
By Lee Strong

Now available in hardcover!
Softcover and eBook editions are coming soon!


Like fellow Earthman, Tangor from the story Beyond the Farthest Star, American OSS officer Thomas Randolph is mysteriously teleported to a foreign planet where he lands in the center of a 100-year war that mirrors the Allied Powers’ struggle against Adolph Hitler’s Third Reich.

Unlike Tangor, Randolph – now Tomas Ran – finds himself behind enemy lines where he gains a first-hand view of the inner workings of the corrupt Kapar empire. Will Tomas, using his OSS skills, be able to devise a plan to escape with the beautiful Unisan prisoner, Loris Kiri, that will allow them to join her countrymen in their struggle against the Kapars?

American novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs debuted the world of Poloda in the pulp story Beyond the Farthest Star in 1940 just as Hitler’s Nazis marched across Europe and the Imperial Japanese extended their reach across the South Pacific. Burroughs’ youthful idealism regarding the nobility of America’s previous war efforts had given way to a mature perspective of the savagery of combat that stains every battlefield. Burroughs’ deeply-held views are reflected in this tale about a planet ravaged by 100 years of conflict as the nation of Unis devotes its entire existence to the struggle of freedom against tyranny.

Author Lee Strong created this second adventure on the planet Poloda, which lies beyond the Globular Cluster NGC 7006 ‘ 450,000 light years away from earth. Join Tomas Ran as he explores Poloda, battles Kapars, and finds love Beyond the Farthest Star.


AUTHOR
Lee Strong’s heart was captured by the dinosaurs found At the Earth’s Core in 1962. He has been a Burroughs reader ever since. Lee also worked for the US Department of Defense (DOD); changed international policy with a single report; deployed to Kuwait; saved taxpayers $5 million; and reformed the $2 billion DOD Personal Property Program. A Soldier of Poloda is Lee’s first novel. He is currently working on two Pellucidar novels with more to come. Lee’s motto: More Adventure ! More Excitement !! More Burroughs !!!

ARTISTS
COVER ART: Chris Peuler is a genre illustrator based in Chicago, working primarily in fantasy and science fiction. A traditionally-trained digital painter, Chris has created vivid imagery for various gaming and book publications, as well as taking time to work on his own personal portfolio. This beautiful, other-worldly cover art is his first full wraparound dust jacket painting for ERB, Inc.

INTERIOR ILLUSTRATIONS: Earl Geier has illustrated horror, fantasy and science fiction scenes in the role playing game industry for Fasa, Chaosium, TSR, Fantasy Flight, Dark Conspiracy, and others. He has illustrated books for Cemetery Dance, Chaosium, Gryphon, American Fantasy Press and Subterranean Press, and covers for The Fandom Directory. In the comic book world Earl has drawn for Dark Horse Comics, Comizone, Now, Innovation and DC Comics. His artwork has been featured as background in the TV show “Supernatural Let It Bleed” Earl lives in Chicago, Illinois.


$34.95


   

Now available!

Dafydd Neal Dyar's Doc Savage Essays are back in print for the first time in nearly 40 years!

Each essay was painstakingly reconstructed and expanded with extensive annotations and new text.

Doc Savage fans will delight in the nearly 300 pages of insights and observations from a master of pulp history.

Foreword by pulp author/historian Rick Lai!

The signed and numbered hard cover edition is limited to 100 copies.

Each hard cover features The One That Got Away, an exclusive all-new essay chronicling a Dyar article lost to the ages.

$39.99




Fedogan & Bremer
TIME BURIAL by Donald Wandrei
Now available!


Howard Wandrei's pulp work was extensive and popular. Collections, however, long remained non-existent.

Wandrei used several pseudonyms, for one thing. But another factor came in: the copyrights were held after his death by his brother Donald, co-founder of Arkham House, who became embroiled in a bitter copyright battle after the death of August Derleth.

Fedogan and Bremer first collected Howard Wandrei's Weird and Fantastic fiction over 20 years ago in TIME BURIAL, now long out-of-print in hardcover. Here is a paperback facsimile edition, at popular price, of that book, illustrated with the author's own very weird art work, reminiscent of Bosch and influenced by Blake. We expect you'll enjoy his stories!

Dwayne Olson provides a fulsome background for both the stories and Howard's place in the bygone era of pulp authors, full of the regional influences that marked this literature.

Fedogan and Bremer is proud to return Howard Wandrei's best Weird fiction to print.







FLASH GORDON DAN BARRY SUNDAYS HC VOLUME 01 DEATH PLANET - Arriving in comic shops August 23!
(Writer/Art) Dan Barry

Reprinting of the iconic Flash Gordon series by Dan Barry! Featuring classic strips from the beginning of Dan Barry's run, from 1967 - 1971, including Captured on Pluto, Invasion, The Cosmic Tower and Radiation Giants!

Hardcover, 7x10, 228 pages, Full Color, $49.99






THE GREATEST ADVENTURE #8 - Coming in November!
(Writer) Bill Willingham (Art) Cezar Razek (Covers) Cary Nord, Greg Smallwood, Robert Castro

The Resolve has been defeated by Tarzan’s team, but at a terrible cost in lives. And now, something odd is going on as the heroes attempt to pilot the captured ship—and they end up on Venus, rather than their intended destination – because the nefarious mastermind who craves the power of the ultimate death-ray still has a trick or two up his sleeve!


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale November TBA.

THE GREATEST ADVENTURE #8 is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Nord cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Smallwood cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Castro cover).


 
 

THE GREEN HORNET '66 MEETS THE SPIRIT #5 (of 5) - Coming in November!
(Writer) Fred Van Lente (Art) Bob Q
Cover
: Ty Templeton

KATO is fatally wounded! But as THE GREEN HORNET rushes him back to Central City, it becomes clear that only one man can save Kato’s life…their hateful enemy, THE SPIRIT!

The final shocking issue from FRED VAN LENTE and BOB Q!


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale
November TBA.

THE GREEN HORNET '66 MEETS THE SPIRIT #5 is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA.



Haffner Press
THE VAMPIRE STORIES OF ROBERT BLOCH
By Robert Bloch, Edited by Stephen Haffner, Illustrated by Gahan Wilson
Now available for pre-order!

TABLE OF CONTENTS
“The Feast in the Abbey”
“The Beasts of Barsac”
“The Shambler from the Stars”
“The Opener of the Way”
“The Mannikin”
“A Question of Identity”
“The Cloak”
“Unheavenly Twin”
“Nursemaid to Nightmares”
“Fear Planet”
“Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper”
“Black Barter”
“Death Is a Vampire”
“The Bat Is My Brother”
“The Skull of the Marquis de Sade”
“The Bogey Man Will Get You”
“Tooth or Consequences”
“The Hungry House”
“The Man Who Collected Poe”
“The Light-House”
“I Kiss Your Shadow”
“Dig That Crazy Grave”
“The Sleeping Redheads” aka “Sleeping Beauty”
“Hungarian Rhapsody”
“The Living Dead”
“A Case of the Stubborns”
“The Undead”
“The Yougoslaves”
“The Bedposts of Life”
“The Scent of Vinegar”


Pre-order price: $45.00




Howard Andrew Jones - Now online!

Reruns: Harold Lamb
Remembering Corum
Adventure!
Novel Writing and Pulp
One Sword for Love

Illustrated Press
Reynold Brown: A Life in Pictures
Updated 2nd edition

Now shipping!

William Reynold Brown (1917 1991) was a prolific American artist whose career embraced virtually every facet of the illustration field. During his life he produced work for the newspaper comics (Tailspin Tommy), perfected the concept of the cutaway engineering drawing for North American Aviation, painted covers for some of the first paperback books ever published, illustrated scores of magazines and magazine covers, and most notably produced over 300 movie posters for the motion picture industry. After his retirement from commercial illustration, Reynold found success as a fine artist, producing hundreds of oil paintings and drawings for the Western art market. This book presents a rich overview of Reynold Brown s entire career, and showcases hundreds of original paintings, drawings, photographs, and printed illustrations often in glorious full-page reproductions. Many of his most iconic movie posters are featured, such as Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Spartacus, I was a Teenage Werewolf, and many more. 9 x 12 inches, full-color, hardcover with dust jacket. A massive 304 pages!

This spectacular new book explores the life and work of Reynold Brown, one of the greatest movie poster artists in Hollywood history. Shipping in September 2017, this whopping 304 page new edition adds 80 new pages to the original 2009 edition, and is filled to the brim with scores of beautiful illustrations reproduced from the original paintings and drawings, as well as rarely seen tear sheets from vintage magazines, movie posters, photographs, color studies, and more. A complete preview of the book is available here:

304 pages, 9”x12”, full-color on premium low-gloss stock, hardbound with dust jacket.

The Standard Edition is $49.95 plus postage.

A Special Edition of the book, limited to just 100 copies signed and numbered by author Daniel Zimmer, and presented in a red slipcase with white lettering, is available for $69.95 plus postage.







I WATCHED THEM EAT ME ALIVE: KILLER CREATURES IN MEN'S ADVENTURE MAGAZINES - Now available!

I Watched Them Eat Me Alive is the first installment of The Men's Adventure Library Journal, a series focusing on specific facets of the vintage men's adventure magazines stories, artwork, and history.

Dedicated to exploring the lost world of vintage men’s adventure magazines (aka MAMs), The Men’s Adventure Library chronicles the mags’ three decades on American newsstands, from the early 1950s through the mid-1970s. Mixing elements from many sources—early pulp fiction, detective stories and true crime, mystery and noir films, exotic travel magazines, celebrity scandal rags and bachelor mags—MAMs ratcheted up the tension and amped up the testosterone to create explosive, entertaining, and often outrageous reading for millions of American men. Though long extinct and mostly unseen for generations, their pervasive influence continues to shape some of the most popular and enduring pop culture tropes and trends.

Curated by MAM historian/collector Robert Deis and writer Wyatt Doyle, The Men’s Adventure Library reprints and provides context for classic MAM stories and artwork drawn from the mags’ rich history of gonzo pulp, with releases available in full-color trade paperback and deluxe, expanded hardcover editions. Each volume is a vivid reminder that MAMs were extremely cool, unexpectedly influential, and still pack a bare-knuckle punch. Read ’em all…if you’ve got the guts!


Paperback: 108 pages
Publisher: New Texture
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
$9.95


Hardcover: 128 pages
Publisher: New Texture
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
$24.95


JAMES BOND: FELIX LEITER HC - Coming in November!
(Writer) James Robinson (Art) Aaron Campbell
Cover: Mike Perkins

Felix Leiter finds himself in Japan, tracking down a beautiful, Russian spy from his past. But when the mission takes a turn for the worse, he will discover that there are more deadly schemes afoot in Tokyo and beyond! From superstar creative team James Robinson (Starman, Red Sonja) and Aaron Campbell (The Shadow, Uncanny) comes the Bond spin-off highlighting 007’s American counterpart, blending spy thrills with the dark alleys and darker deeds of crime fiction!


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale November TBA.

JAMES BOND: FELIX LEITER HC is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA.





JAMES BOND: KILL CHAIN #5 (of 6) - Coming in November!
(Writer) Andy Diggle (Art) Luca Casalanguida
Cover: Greg Smallwood

As NATO tears itself apart from within, 007 is declared Europe’s most wanted man.
Hunted by SMERSH and the CIA, he must infltrate a nuclear airbase to learn the secrets of Operation Hooded Falcon before Europe erupts into all-out war!


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale November TBA.

JAMES BOND: KILL CHAIN #5 is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA.




JAMES BOND: VARGR TPB - Coming in November!
(Writer) Warren Ellis (Art) Jason Masters
Cover: Gabriel Hardman

After a mission of vengeance in Helsinki, James Bond returns to London and assumes the workload of a fallen 00 Section agent. His new mission takes him to Berlin, presumably to break up an agile drug-trafficking operation. But Bond has no idea of the forces ranged in secret against him, the full range of an operation that’s much scarier and more lethal than he could possibly imagine. Berlin is about to catch fire… and James Bond is trapped inside.

Dynamite Entertainment proudly presents VARGR, the debut storyline in the all-new James Bond comic book series, as crafted by masterful writer Warren Ellis (Transmetropolitan, The Authority) and artist Jason Masters (Batman Incorporated, Guardians of the Galaxy).


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale November TBA.

JAMES BOND: VARGER TPB is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA.




Jerry Schneider Enterprises
Now available!

THE BLACK GALAXY
by Murray Leinster

ROD CANTRELL, whose trick of teleportation does considerable world-saving, emerges under the able guidance of author Murray Leinster as the chief figure in THE BLACK GALAXY.

His other-world gadget has enabled him to become the pioneer interplanetary explorer of Earth and he is infuriated with a politics-ridden Space Project Committee. He and his secretary, pretty Pat Bowen, visit the Stellaris, first real space-ship, which Cantrell has been designing, before he is kicked upstairs to a desk job he doesn't want.

Construction is still going on and, through a worker's accident, the ship, still incomplete and utterly unarmed, is sent flashing into the "other" space, a universe of complete darkness, in which its hyper-drive operates.

Cantrell has been removed from his job as chief space-explorer because of his insistence, thanks to a booby-trapped pyramid of strange design he found on Calypso during one of his previous space-flights, that some intelligent species, hostile to all other space-travelers and their worlds, has long been roving the star lanes. At some time, perhaps a few thousand years ago, they have utterly wiped out an advanced Martian civilization and left the planet dead and gutted behind them.

The Stellaris and its passengers—hardly a crew in any sense of the word—are virtually a space-derelict and forced to rely upon their wits and ingenuity, as well as Cantrell's brilliant leadership. They are tracked down by the alien race, who travel in immense pyramids and are utterly foreign and vicious to all human concepts.

Before the final battle is fought amid the shining stars Cantrell and his little group have traveled through a journey that makes this novel one of the most scientifically ingenious as well as stirring science fiction stories ever to emerge from the Leinster typewriter.

Trade Paperback, 6 x 9 inch, 142 pages
Retail Price $19.95
Our Price $12.95

THE RADIUM POOL
 by Ed Earl Repp

Deep beneath the many-hued, volcanic sands of the Manalava Plains is an eerie world. And in this world, in a gem-encrusted cavern, is a pool of shimmering, iridescent matter, guarded by creatures from outer space. Into this unexplored region go two men following the shadowy trail of a vanished girl; searching down the corridors of time for a fragment of a departed age. Intent upon their quest they do not heed the silent voice that warns them of the great peril in the secret recesses of the cavern land. Lured irrisistibly toward danger, the Earthmen discover that the interlopers from a far planet plan to use their superior powers to protect their lootings.

THE RADIUM POOL is the story of the desperate search by two gallant men for a lost woman; of their meeting with the weird Jovians in the hidden workshop under the Valley of Death; of the uncanny mysteries of the Pool, and the immortality found therein. Throughout this tale of dark adventure the unseen hand of fate is deftly guiding the destinies of each man toward good and evil.

Included in this volume is a scientific detective story, “The Phantom of Terror”, and “The Red Dimension”, once reprinted in Startling Stories’ Hall of Fame, and considered by many readers to be the author’s best science fiction shorty story.

Trade Paperback, 6 x 9 inch, 190 pages
Retail Price $19.00
Our Price $12.95





The Korshak Collection: Illustrations Of Imaginative Literature
June 07, 2017 to August 26, 2017

The Society is proud to present a rare opportunity to view some of the greatest fantasy masterpieces of our time. Presenting a grouping of illustrations of imaginative literature from the Korshak Collection, on display in Gallery 1 & 2. 

"As a young man I was fortunate enough to grow up with great art in my bedroom. My father, Erle Korshak, was the publisher of a pioneering science fiction book company, Shasta Publishers. Shasta ushered in the transition of important science fiction literature from magazines printed on cheap pulp paper to hardcover, library-quality books. Much of that art lived with us at our house and at the company office in Chicago.

In particular, the J. Allen St. John illustration for the 1941 Amazing Stories magazine cover of John Carter battling the Dead in "The City of Mummies" lured me into a fantastic world that I never knew existed. I read and enjoyed the Edgar Rice Burroughs story behind the illustration but for me, the illustration itself gave me a sense of wonder I had never previously experienced.

So began a lifelong love affair with illustration art. This collection is a vision of the fantastic. It is one of great illustrators, as well as illustrations that had a great influence on imaginative literature."

The Society of Illustrator
128 East 63rd Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues)
New York, NY 10065

LAND THAT TIME FORGOT FROM THE EARTH'S CORE #1 - Arriving in comic shops August 23!
(Writer) Mike Wolfer (Art) Gene Magora (Cover) Mike Wolfer

Two of Edgar Rice Burroughs' greatest science fiction series meet at last, as the lost continent of Caspak from THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT and PELLUCIDAR, the prehistoric world at the Earth's core, collide in one colossal crossover!

Stranded in time on the remote island continent of Caspak, Bowen Tyler, his future granddaughter Abby, the Galu warrior woman See-Ta, and the evil Baron von Schoenvorts and the crew of the German U-33 submarine have had their hands full fighting for survival against the rampaging dinosaurs of Caspak, as well as each other. But they are all about to be thrust into a war of worlds unlike anything ever seen, as the insidious inhabitants of Pellucidar find their way to the surface world, right in the heart of Caspak. The goal of the telepathic, prehistoric Mahars is the total subjugation of Caspak, a land that they seek to claim as their new kingdom, and with an invasion force of giant ants and an army of corpse-like, cannibalistic, subterranean creatures, they just might succeed! Officially licensed by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., this is a series that any lover of dinosaurs, science fiction, lost worlds, and high adventure must not miss!

The Land That Time Forgot: Terror From The Earth's Core comes with three covers - Two Connecting Main Covers by Mike Wolfer and a Wish You Were Here Postcard Retailer Incentive Edition by Dan Parsons.


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99







LOVECRAFT P. I. (Paranormal Investigator) #1, 2, & 3 - Now available!

This three issue limited series finds our own Ward Lovecraft arriving to Innsmouth, circa 1937.
In search of answers for the missing Necronomicon and the mysterious death of Joshua Marsh.
The son of prominent business man Barnabas Marsh.

Created by Fritz Striker and D.W. Kann
Written and Edited by Fritz Striker and D.W. Kann
Illustrated by António Brandão
Breakdowns and Shading by Fritz Striker
Lettering by Hanna Östman
Cover Art by Paul Shipper


Available in print and eBook editions at the link below.






Martin Grams' Blog - Now online!

Patrick Duffy and the Man from Atlantis
Hopalong Cassidy is disintegrating
"Lost" Shadow Radio Programs Discovered
Willie Whopper and the Mysterious Airman

THE MASSACRE OF MANKIND: Sequel to The War of the Worlds - Arriving in book stores August 22!
by Stephen Baxter


It has been 14 years since the Martians invaded England. The world has moved on, always watching the skies but content that we know how to defeat the Martian menace. Machinery looted from the abandoned capsules and war-machines has led to technological leaps forward. The Martians are vulnerable to earth germs. The Army is prepared.

So when the signs of launches on Mars are seen, there seems little reason to worry. Unless you listen to one man, Walter Jenkins, the narrator of Wells' book. He is sure that the Martians have learned, adapted, understood their defeat.

He is right.

Thrust into the chaos of a new invasion, a journalist - sister-in-law to Walter Jenkins - must survive, escape and report on the war.

The Massacre of Mankind has begun.


Hardcover, 496 pages
Publisher: Crown
$27.00



Now available!

Farmerphile: The Magazine of Philip José Farmer was a quarterly fanzine that ran fifteen issues from July 2005 to January 2009. Michael Croteau served as Publisher for all fifteen issues; Christopher Paul Carey and Paul Spiteri coedited the first ten issues, while Spiteri and Win Scott Eckert coedited the last five. Thanks to the generosity of Philip José Farmer and his “Magic Filing Cabinet,” Farmerphile published—for the first time anywhere—short stories (mostly not science fiction), excerpts, articles, speeches, and letters written by Farmer. It even serialized the novel Up from the Bottomless Pit (not included in this collection, but forthcoming from Meteor House).

Farmerphile also contained articles and appreciations from Farmer’s fans and from his fellow science fiction authors, from critiques of his work to stories of personal encounters, and everything between. A complete list of the original contents of all fifteen issues can be found here.

Hardcover Limited Edition
Now the hard part: narrowing down so much content into one “Best of” collection. This was much harder than it sounds, as nearly all the content was worthy of inclusion. So, we focused on broadly covering as much ground as possible, as well as including pieces that touched on Farmer’s personal life. Assembled here is a wealth of information about one of the greatest science fiction writers of all time along, with some of his earliest writing.

The Best of Farmerphile is available in two editions: a Trade Paperback and a Hardcover Limited Edition. The hardcover is not “officially” a signed limited edition, but when the book debuts at PulpFest/FarmerCon XII in late July 2017, we will get as many contributors on hand as possible to sign it before we ship the books to those preordered (shipping will occur immediately after PulpFest/FarmerCon XII).


PREORDERING:
The trade paperback edition is $29 (plus shipping).
The hardcover limited edition is $45 (plus shipping).
Or you can preorder them together for only $67—that’s $7 off (plus you’ll save even more with combined shipping)!

Preorder early to ensure you get a copy of the limited edition hardcover.
As always, the print run on the limited edition will be determined by the number of preorders received.
Not many copies beyond those reserved will be printed.
NOTE: due to the complexities of publishing rights, no ebook edition will be produced!




by Heidi Ruby Miller
Now available!

In Philip José Farmer’s novel Two Hawks from Earth, Native American pilot Roger Two Hawks flew through his first “gate” while on a bombing run over Romania during World War II. The gate brought him to Earth 2, a world where the Americas never existed. Since then he has continued to fight battles on Earth after Earth, each more strange than the next.

In Heidi Ruby Miller’s short story “Dakota’s Gate” (Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3), set on Earth 3, North America never advanced past stone tools and rock shelters. But that’s where Two Hawks met another gate traveler, Dakota Cummings. It was Dakota, a woman turned friend and lover, who pulled him through a gate to her Earth, the most alien and deadly of all.

Earth 4. Two hundred years in the future. A war thirty-six thousand feet underwater. Two Hawks must draw upon all he’s learned during his gate travels in order to survive war between technologically advanced humans and their far-future hybrid cousins. This time more than just his and Dakota’s lives are at stake—the fate of an entire world is in his hands.

Featuring cover art by Mark Wheatley, an introduction by Christopher Paul Carey, and the short story “Dakota’s Gate” as a prelude, Man of War is a 24,500-word novella full of the action and adventure you’d expect of Philip José Farmer’s Roger Two Hawks.

Man of War will be published simultaneously in both hardcover and paperback signed limited editions!

Buy the Signed Limited Edition Trade Paperback for $16 (+shipping)
Buy the Signed Limited Edition Hardcover for $27 (+shipping)
Buy both together for $38—save $5 off the pair (+shipping)


As always, the print run with our Limited Editions is determined by the number of preorders. That’s why the names of those who preorder the book appear on its acknowledgments page–you make this book happen! (As long as you preorder by June 1st 2017.)

And, as an added bonus, if you preorder before June 1st, you will also receive a FREE ebook copy of Heidi Ruby Miller’s novel, Ambasadora.


Trade paperback, 5" x 8", $16 plus shipping
Hardcover, $27 
plus shipping


 
 


September 14-16, 2017! 

Hunt Valley Wyndham (recently changed now to a Marriott)
SAME HOTEL, NEW NAME.

Announcing the first half of our celebrity lineup for our 2017 event!
Remember you can purchase your admission tickets in advance through the website and save money. And book your hotel room early before they are sold out!
Hotel: (410) 785-7000


VENDOR HOURS: Thursday and Friday 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
​CELEBRITY HOURS: Thursday and Friday, 10 am to 6 pm, Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
​MOVIE ROOM: 24 hours a day
​PANELS & PRESENTATIONS: 9 am to 9 pm (See schedule of events)





Moonstone Books
I.V. FROST: TALES OF MYSTERY AND SCIENTIFIC DETECTION
Now available!

Authors: Matthew Baugh, David Boop, Eric Fein, Ron Fortier, Chuck Miller, Gene Moyers, William Nedrow, Barry Reese, and Frank Schildiner.
Cover: Alex Innocenti


Stalking a territory that is somewhere between the gaslit world of the Victorian Consulting Detective
and the flickering neon darkness of Film Noir, Wandrei’s Frost is part analytical rationalist, part Angel of Death.
Like someone took Sherlock Holmes, armed him to the teeth, and turned him loose on the mean streets of Phillip Marlowe.

–Peter Atkins

For the first time ever, a NEW collection of I.V. Frost stories!
Guest-starring: The Green Ghost, The Phantom Detective, Dr. Satan, The Moon Man, & more!
Matthew Baugh, David Boop, Eric Fein, Ron Fortier, Chuck Miller, Gene Moyers, William Nedrow, Barry Reese, and Frank Schildiner.



Softcover, 266 pages, $16.95



The New Pulp Heroes - Now online!

Simon Fogner

Captain Swashbuckle
The Wrath
Xenthe


PAPERBACK PARADE #98 - Now available!

PAPERBACK PARADE #98, the magazine for paperback readers and collectors -- 100 pages in Full Color!

Articles on pre-vintage paperbacks, and fantastic Dime Novels, Dark Wing military sf series, Ace SF Reader, Brazil pbs, 1942 Canadian White Circle paperbacks, Bachelor Books gga sleaze, Dragnet in pb, Jacquiline Susann, news, more


$15.00 + $3.00 postage from Gryphon Books, www.gryphonbooks.com.
You can pay via Paypal or with a check to our address:
Gryphon Books, PO Box 280209, Brooklyn, NY 11228, USA. (Inquire on subscription rates and outside USA).
Thank you and all best to you for 2017! Enjoy!


Back issues also available while they last!

 
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You can also purchase Paperback Parade at our ebay store at the link below. 
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Paperback Parade single issue is $15.00 + postage. Query on back issues AND ON AD RATES.
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PulpFest reports and photos

Airship27: PulpFest 2017

Castalia House: PulpFest 2017

Facebook - Peter Renfro: Photos 1,  Photos 2Photos 3  

File 770:  2017 Munsey Award

Murania Press: PulpFest 2017 Report  

Mystery*File:  PulpFest 2017 by Walker Martin

PulpFlakes:  PulpFest 2017 photos



Pulpgen-Online Pulps - Now online!

New this week

"Shooting Script" by Lew Martin from POPULAR DETECTIVE, December, 1942

When death strikes on a Hollywood sound stage, Blake Dustin, young leading man, plays his greatest role!

"The Man on the Bench" by W. J. Campbell from AMAZING STORIES, January, 1928
A scientist demonstrating a serum that can bring out the best instincts of a person ends up helping a minor criminal recover memories lost from a concussion.

"The Enemy's Colors" by Edgar R. Hoadley, Jr. from ARGOSY, May, 1899
Civil War story. This is an action-filled story about a Midshipman leading a raid on an enemy blockader, winning the day when it seemed lost by pulling down the enemy ship's flag, making everyone think the ship had already surrendered.

"Sleuth Sample" by Joseph H. Hernandez from TEN DETECTIVE ACES, March, 1939
A man is as old as he feels. And Pop felt young enough to pull a classic in clues.



Pulp Den - Now online!

South California Purple
- New!
The Spawn of Lilithu  
A Taste of Blood And Ashes  
Manhattan Masquerade
ONYX
Waltzing Mathilde
         Pulp Den  

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

Pulpfest 2017 - photos
Robert H. Leitfred - Author
Presidential artist got his training in the pulps... 


The Pulp Guy:The Retro Future is Now! - Now online!

The Pulp Guy-Barbarians, Spacers and Thunder!
The Pulp Guy-A Devil of A Bad Guy
The Pulp Guy-So Many Masks, So Little Crime!
The Pulp Guy-The Retro Future is Now! by Teel James Glenn


The Pulp Hermit - Now online!

The Invaders - New!
Congo War Cry
Calling Doctor Kill
The Red Rider of Smoky Range
Dying Space
Hammerhead
Pulp Hero Press
PULP SLAM: RIP-ROARIN’ TALES OF MYSTERY, MURDER, AND MAYHEM
by Fred Blosser

Now available!
Pulp in Your Face!
In thirteen take-no-prisoners pulp yarns, Robert E. Howard scholar Fred Blosser caroms from the Old West to the noirish streets of urban America, and then beneath the earth itself, into a primitive world of savagery, to slam you silly with the best in pulp fiction.

By bullet and sword, fist and fortune, Blosser's square-jawed yet often brutal heroes face down the worst that evil has to offer:

Ringo and Horn blow away bootleggers, outlaws, Mafia thugs and assassins, and other lowlifes, from the backstreets to the backwoods
Commander Manta and Agent Gila battle the hallucinogenic horrors of a would-be world conqueror in Washington, D.C.
Dax the Go-Run struggles to survive in the savage, subterranean world of Kaal-Dur, as he goes in quest of a captive princess
All this, and hitmen vs Cthulhu, too. You can't go wrong with hitmen vs Cthulhu.

Plus, Blosser serves up a quintology of non-fiction analyses of such pulp topics as Dashiell Hammett's "Nightmare Town" and the Mafia novels of Richard Posner.

Get Slammed!


Softcover, 6 x 9 inches, 218 pages, $14.95
Kindle: $4.99




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.

RED SONJA #11 - Coming in November!
Writer: Amy Chu
Art: Carlos Gomez
Cover A: V. Ken Marion
Cover B: Jan Duursema
Cover C: Marco Santucci
Cover D: Cosplay Cover
Cover E Subscription: Maria Sanapo


Their search comes to an end as Sonja, Holly and Spike discover the mysterious Hyborian expert Professor Wallace in the most unexpected of all places.
The professor agrees to help rescue Max, but little does everyone know, the old man has a BIG secret. Could it be the end of the road for the She-Devil and her friends?


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale November TBA.

RED SONJA #11 is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Marion cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Duursema cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Santucci cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Cosplay cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Sanapo cover).

      
 
     
      
      



RED SONJA #8 - Arriving in comic shops August 23!
Writer: Amy Chu
Art: Carlos Gomez
Cover A: Mike McKone
Cover B:
Ben Caldwell
Cover C: Jonboy Myers
Cover D:  Cosplay Cover
Cover E Subscription: Mel Rubi

Buckle up for a wild journey as Sonja treks across America looking for a way back to Hyrkania. But as she heads further West, all she seems to find is trouble...

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99

     
 
    
     
     



The Saint 2017 - Now available for streaming on Netflix!

Master thief Simon Templar -- also known as the Saint -- is hired by a wealthy banker to find his kidnapped daughter, but not all is as it seems.

Adam Rayner, Eliza Dushku, Ian Ogilvy, James Remar, Roger Moore, Enrique Murciano, Thomas Kretschmann, Beatrice Rosen, Greg Grunberg, Yani Gellman
Directed by Ernie Barbarash




SCI-FI ART OF VIRGIL FINLAY 2018 Wall Calendar - Now available!

Virgil Finlay (1914-71) was an American pulp fantasy, science fiction and horror illustrator.
While he worked in a range of media, from gouache to oils, Finlay specialized in detailed pen-and-ink drawings accomplished with abundant stippling, cross-hatching, and scratchboard techniques.

This calendar showcases 12 such intricate and atmospheric line pen and ink drawings in all their glory.
Informative text accompanies each work and the datepad features previous and next month's views.

12 pages, 12 illustrations
Dimensions: 300 x 300 x 3 mm
£9.99







The Serial Squadron
PERILS OF NYOKA
New restoration with original titles!
Now available!

Kay Aldridge, Clayton Moore, Adrian Booth, Tristram Coffin, Charles Middleton
D: William Witney/John English


Adventurers Nyoka Gordon and her friend Larry Grayson search for the golden tablets of Hippocrates, which contain a cure for cancer. Arabian queen Vultura, who masquerades as an earthly incarnation of a pagan Sun Goddess, also wants the tablets and the treasure associated with them and with her lieutenant Cassib and Count Torrini, as well as her bodyguard, an ape named Satan, travels across the desert in her chariot to try to obtain them. An action-packed classic with more torturous deathtraps than possibly any other serial ever made.

Transfer Quality: Superb, stabilized, presented in warm black and white with restored audio & newly synched sound
DVD Contents: Complete 15 episode serial
Special Features: Reconstructed original "Perils of Nyoka" titles, re-release trailer


List price $16.99



 

THE SHADOW #4 - Coming in November!
(Writer) Si Spurrier (Art) Daniel HDR (Cover) Lee Weeks, Kelly Jones, Tom Mandrake

When violence strikes close to home, Mary Jerez is faced with a deadly decision that may change her life forever.
Meanwhile, those who would seek to use the legend for their own means begin to learn why they should fear the shadows.

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale November TBA.

THE SHADOW #4 is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Weeks cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Jones cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Mandrake cover).


 

 



THE SHADOW / BATMAN #2 (OF 6) - Coming in November!
Writer: Steve Orlando
Art: Giovanni Timpano

Cover A: Tony Daniel Cover B: Brandon Peterson Cover C: Artyom Trakhanov Cover D: Philip Tan Cover E Subscription: Giovanni Timpano

The truth of what the Shadow doesn’t know threatens to destroy his partnership with Batman and Robin just when they need him the most. Three generations of heroes stand at a crossroads as the secret of the Silent Seven threatens to encompass and obliterate them all. To fight the Seven, Batman and the Shadow must force them to reveal themselves. But how do men make moves against a behemoth evil that measures assaults in centuries?

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale November TBA.

Co-published by Dynamite Entertainment and DC Comics

THE SHADOW / BATMAN #2 is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Daniel cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Peterson cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Trakhanovcover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Tan cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Timpano cover).


 
 
 
  
 


SHEENA #3 - Coming in November!
Writer: Marguerite Bennett, Christina Trujillo
Art: Moritat

Cover A: Moritat
Cover B: Maria Sanapo
Cover C: Rodney Buchemi
Cover D: Cosplay


Sheena must navigate the forbidden temple grounds or risk losing the key to saving her home, but something deep within the temple has awoken…Something hungry.


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale
November TBA.

SHEENA #3 is solicited in the September PREVIEWS (Available August 30).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Moritat cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Sanapo cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Buchemi cover).
The Diamond Item Code is SEP17 TBA (Cosplay cover).

 
 
 
 


SHEENA: QUEEN OF THE JUNGLE COLLECTION: THE MOVIE & TV SERIES - Now available!

Featuring the 1984 Theatrical Feature Film starring Tanya Roberts (TV's Charlie's Angels and That '70s Show) and Ted Wass (TV's Soap and Blossom), directed by John Guillermin (1976 King Kong remake). Also featuring all 35 episodes from the 2 seasons of the hit syndicated TV series starring Gena Lee Nolin (TV's Baywatch) and John Allen Nelson (Killer Klowns From Outer Space and TV's Baywatch). This DVD collection also includes 5 bonus episodes of the 1950s TV series starring Irish McCalla!

Sheena: Queen of the Jungle -
She is an ancient prophecy fulfilled. A golden God child possessed with a mystic gift. A gift which grew in strength as she grew in years. A gift about to be put to the ultimate test. Innocence against evil. Part Animal. Part Legend. All Woman. Journey to deepest, darkest Africa for thrills, romance and high adventure! Orphaned in Zambouli territory, the blonde Sheena (Tanya Roberts) is raised by a noble tribe and taught to communicate telepathically with all creatures. She gets a firsthand lesson in love from Vic Casey (Ted Wass), a wisecracking TV journalist. In Africa for a story on a royal football player, Prince Otwani (Trevor Thomas), Vic soon finds himself embroiled in a web of political intrigue. And when the evil prince decides to invade the Zamboulis' land, it is up to Sheena to rescue Vic and save her idyllic kingdom!

Sheena - The TV Series:
Orphaned at a young age by tragedy in the jungle, Sheena was raised by the last living member of a native tribe, the Kaya, who possessed the mystical power to "shape shift" into the forms of wild animals by feeling the spirit of their soul. It is a gift shared by Sheena, who can turn herself into an animal and travel through the jungle unrecognized while battling outside forces that invade La Mistas, her primal home.

Notable Cast/Crew: Tanya Roberts, Ted Wass, Gena Lee Nolin, John Allen Nelson. Sheena: Queen of the Jungle was the first female comic book character with her own title, preceding Wonder Woman by 3 years. Sheena was ranked 59th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. An all-new Sheena: Queen of the Jungle comic is being published by Dynamite Entertainment for launch in August 2017!


6-disc set
$14.98



THE STRANGE HARVEST OF DR. AQUARIUS - Now available!
by Jeff Deischer

THE AGE OF AQUARIUS IS HERE!

America’s Bicentennial is fast approaching as the existence of a new race of superhumans is revealed – Homo Nova! But amid this exciting and anxious news comes tragedy – America’s Greatest Hero has been killed! It is up to America’s superheroes to find the killer! And to deal with the fact that humans are no longer Earth’s sole inheritors.

The Strange Harvest of Dr. Aquarius unites for the first time Jack Kirby’s characters that have fallen into the public domain.

The King of Comics either created or co-created the stars of this novel: Mr. Scarlet, the Stuntman, the Boy Explorers, the Red Demon, Captain 3D – and more, as the mantle has been passed from the Golden Age heroes to a new generation!

Join the Guardians of Democracy in this fast-paced tribute to Jack Kirby, the King of Comics!


Softcover, 5 x 8 inches, 318 pages, $20
Kindle: $5



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.

Barker and Bender on the Case-Part One
Another Silly Season-Part Two
Another Silly Season-Part One
The Summer of Flying Saucers

WEIRDBOOK #36
Softcover & eBook editions are now available!
Subscriptions are also now available - see link below!


Great fantasy and horror tales by current and upcoming masters of the genre...

Weirdbook #36 presents another great assortment of stories and poems in the Weird Tales tradition:
fantasy, horror, sword & sorcery, and the just plain unclassifiable find a home here!

Included are:
Burn on the Bayou, by L.F. Falconer
The Mumbler, by Gillian French
Cleric at Sentinel Hill, by Franklyn Searight
Whores and Criminals, by Dean Macallister
The Quiet on the Water, by C. C. Adams
The Haggard Brothers Go to Town, by James Pratt
The Awakening, by Megan Neumann
Dead Line, by D.C. Lozar
The Waterman’s Song, by MB Vigil
Maleficium, by Kelly Gould
The Green Dome, by Joe DiCicco
We Who Walk on Worlds, by Matt Sullivan
Insect Song, by William Tea
The Harvest Moon Festival, by Gigi Eng
Like Falling Snow, by W.D. Clifton
The Oldest Story, by S. L. Edwards
Geronimo Versus Frankenstein, by Neal Privett
The Black-and-White Dozen, by Chris Kuriata
Omzetten, by C.M. Muller
Vandegald’s Globes, by Jeremy Hayes

Trade Paperback, 6 x 9 inches, $12.00
Kindle: $3.99

WEIRDBOOK is now offering Subscriptions!!!!

 

Welcome to The 11th Golden Age of Weird Fiction MEGAPACK®, which features the weird fiction of E. Hoffmann Price.
Wildside Press, in association with Mr. Price’s heirs, are dedicated to making the extensive body of work of this pulpsmith extraordinaire accessible once again to the public through our line of MEGAPACK® collections.

Included in this volume are 18 more of Price's classic stories from the pages of Weird Tales and other pulp magazines.

Here are:
SALADIN'S THRONE-RUG
THE GIRL FROM SAMARCAND
THE PEACOCK'S SHADOW
THE LORD OF ILLUSION
PALE HANDS
TARBIS OF THE LAKE
THE GARDEN OF EVIL
THE WALKING DEAD
TOMB DWELLER
KEEPER OF THE GATEWAY
PIT OF MADNESS
SATAN'S DAUGHTER
THE DESTROYING DEMON
SPANISH VAMPIRE
SELENE WALKS BY NIGHT
THE OLD GODS EAT
PRAYER TO SATAN
WEB OF WIZARDRY


eBook: $0.99


ZAGRIBUD: A CLASSIC SPACE OPERA, BY JOHN RUSSELL FEARN

In this sequel to John Russell Fearn’s classic Liners of Time, Time Liner Pilot Sandford Lee continues his battle against Elnek Jelfel, the Jovian wizard of science intent on galactic domination. Zagribud carries out their contests against an interstellar canvas, with Jelfel using his scientific powers to ultimately take possession of the Earth and carry out mass vivisection on humanity.

This is the first unabridged book edition of a classic pre-war serial from the pages of Amazing Stories. It’s a cosmic saga of super-science from a bygone era of science fiction, in the tradition of E. E. 'Doc' Smith!











11 August 2017

Adventure House
Now available!

HIGH ADVENTURE #155

Weird Menace Special Issue

"Land of Living Flame" by E. Hoffman Price
"Too Bad To Kill" by Stan Warner
"Death Spurs" by R.T. Maynard
"Daughter of the Serpent" by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
Death Cove by Ray King
"The Fiend’s Club" by Harry F. Olmsted
"The Cannibal Floor" by Arthur J. Burks


Cover Artist: Rudolph Belarski
   
7x10, 112 pages, $12.95



Adventure House
Now available!

THRILLING WONDER STORIES - June 1943

"Through the Blackboard" by Joel Townsley Rogers
Unexpectedly tossed into the fourth dimension, little mathematics professor Noel Goug has an amazing chance to solve all of his personal problems while time stand motionless!

"Wobblies In the Moon" by Frank Belknap Long
"The Devil’s Fiddle" by N.R. de Mexico
"Children of the Gods" by D.D. Sharp
"Grief of Bagdad" by Kelvin Kent
"Two-Timing Man" by Thaedra Alden
"The Golden Temple" by Ray Cummings
"World of Living Dead" by Wilm Carver

Cover Artist: Earle Bergey

   
7x10, 128 pages, $14.95



Adventure House
Now available!

GANGSTER STORIES - November 1931

"Black Ice" by C.B. Yorke
"King Joe Dies" by E. Parke Levy
"Gangland"
“Ex-Dick—Feminine” by Margie Harris
“Doctor Jim” by Ward D. Binns
"Vice Racket" by Tom Champion
"Ducky Swings A Deal" by Homer Faust

Cover Artist: Tom Lovell

   
7x10, 156 pages, $14.95



Age of Aces
Now available!

SKY DEVIL: ACE OF DEVILS
By Harold F. Cruickshank


The Sky Devil and his Brood were riders of the hell trail! Nowhere along the Western Front could you find a more feared crew, both in their element or out. 120 Squadron could always be counted on to whip Germany's best Aces, out-scrap entire squadrons of Boche killers, or tackle not one, but two crazed Barons with an Egyptology fetish! But what happens when they find themselves up in a dirigible fighting a fleet of ghost zeppelins, or down in the English Channel battling ferocious deep water beasts, or even behind enemy lines dealing with a crazed Major Petrie? Plenty, and you can read it all here. The prolific Harold F. Cruickshank was a mainstay of Popular Publications’ aviation titles, with a series in each. For Battle Aces he wrote Sky Wolf; For Battle Birds he created Red Eagle; and in Dare-Devil Aces, from 1932 to 1935, he wrote the 29 tales of Sky Devil. This second volume from Age of Aces Books collects half of the run—15 stories in all—including the seminal story where Bill Dawe is rooked out of the command of 120 Squadron!

Stories include
“The Green Devils” – Dare-Devil Aces, July 1932
“Killer’s Drome” – Dare-Devil Aces, November 1932
“Ace of Devils” – Dare-Devil Aces, November 1933
“Skeleton’s Drome” – Dare-Devil Aces, December 1933
“The Sky Pirates” – Dare-Devil Aces, January 1934
“Staffel of Hate” – Dare-Devil Aces, February 1934
“The Flaming Vulture” – Dare-Devil Aces, March 1934
“No-Man’s Squadron” – Dare-Devil Aces, April 1934
“The Storm Buzzard” – Dare-Devil Aces, May 1934
“The Derelict Patrol” – Dare-Devil Aces, June 1934
“Staffel of Skeletons” – Dare-Devil Aces, July 1934
“Graveyard Staffel” – Dare-Devil Aces, September 1934
“The Stratosphere Patrol” – Dare-Devil Aces, February 1935
“The Undersea Buzzard” – Dare-Devil Aces, June 1935
“Staffel of Dead Men” – Dare-Devil Aces,September 1935

$16.99 | 6″x9″ trade paperback | 364 pages




The German Empire has unleashed Hell on Earth! The dead are climbing out of their graves and giant skeletons attack the living. Heads are detonating and soldiers are turning to bronze. But flying to the rescue like an avenging angel is America’s own “Brain Devil,” Captain Philip Strange, the phantom ace of G-2 Intelligence. Whether it’s deadly bridges or killer broadcasts, when the Allies need a miracle they pray for Philip Strange! This sixth volume of Donald Keyhoe’s flying spy features six weird World War I adventures: The Devil's Holocaust, Hell's Gateway, The Brain-Devil of G-2, Tombstone Tarmac, The Bridge of Death, and Hellions of Headless Death.

Stories include
“The Devil’s Holocaust,” – Flying Aces, June 1932
“Hell’s Gateway,” – Flying Aces, April 1932
“The Brain-Devil of G-2,” – Flying Aces, September 1932
“Tombstone Tarmac,” – Flying Aces, September 1933
“The Bridge of Death,” – Flying Aces, May 1935
“Hellions of Headless Death,” – Flying Aces, September 1936

$16.99 | 6″x9″ trade paperback | 322 pages


 

Airship 27 Productions
JIM ANTHONY, SUPER DETECTIVE VOLUME 5
VERSUS MASTERMIND

Now available!

Airship 27 Productions is thrilled to present the fifth book in their continuing new adventures of that classic pulp hero, Jim Anthony – Super Detective.

Jim Anthony had battled all manner of evil and villainy in his illustrious career as a globe-trotting adventurer. But now he finds himself challenged by three unique criminals, each with devastating weapons of destruction; the Flame Wizard, Baron Strum and Prof. Meteon. Each is determined to wreak unimaginable havoc on the world and vanquish the Super Detective in the process.

The hero soon comes to suspect there is a fourth nemesis; a super Mastermind orchestrating these other villains in a cunning, deadly plot for reasons he is unable to fathom. But the Super Detective is never alone thanks to his various allies ala pilot Tm Gentry and British butler Dawkins and along the way he is joined by the beautiful Maria Flores and her All-Girl Squad. 

Writer Adam Mudman Bezecny has plotted a fast-paced, action-packed novel in four parts creating some of the most dastardly pulp villains ever to challenge the Super Detective.  “This is a really interesting collection,” explains Airship 27 Productions’ Managing Editor Ron Fortier. “Although each of the chapters works very much like a stand alone adventure, ultimately they create a longer narrative plot leading to the Super Detective’s newest arch-fiend, Mastermind.”

Artist Richard Jun provides the marvelous black and white interior illustrations and Adam Shaw delivers the stunning cover based on one of those pieces. All of which are assembled under the guiding hand of Airship 27 Art Director Rob Davis.

 “Jim Anthony is one of our favorite pulp heroes,” Fortier adds happily, “and we hope to continue this series of new books for as long as our readers enjoy them.” So buckle up for a wild ride, pulp fans, this is adventure with a capital A …for Jim Anthony!

Now available at Amazon in paperback and on Kindle!

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!

 

Altus Press
THE COMPLETE EXPLOITS OF DOCTOR DEATH
By Harold Ward
Now available!

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

For the first time in one edition, all five Doctor Death pulp adventures are collected authorized by the Ward estate.
Contains the first three stories from 1935: “12 Must Die,” “The Gray Creatures” and “The Shriveling Murders,”
as well as two unpublished stories, “Waves of Madness” and “The Red Mist of Death.”
As a bonus, Harold Ward's treatment for a Doctor Death comic strip is included.
With an introduction by pulp historian Will Murray.


$75.00 deluxe hardcover


Altus Press


Altus Press
TOMORROW, THE COMPLETE SAGA
By Arthur Leo Zagat
Limited Edition Hardcover
Now available!

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


The complete saga of Dikar and The Bunch is collected for the first time in a single volume.
Set in a decimated post-invasion United States, Dikar and The Bunch fight to restore America to its former glory.
A classic post-apocalyptic saga from the pages of Argosy Magazine.


$75.00 deluxe hardcover




Altus Press: Pulp Blog - Now online!

Altus Press Releases Deluxe Editions of Doctor Death and the Tomorrow Saga

The Mysterious Wu Fang Continues, Plus a New Pulp T-Shirt
Altus Press News: Dusty Ayres #3 and Moon Man Vol. 5
Altus Press Completes the Dr. Yen Sin Series, Plus Wu Fang Continues
Pulps Pricings Sales Census: Solder Stories (April and May 1929)
Science Fiction Classics: “Veiled Knowledge” by Edwin James and “No More Pencils” by Joquel Kennedy


Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
At the printer and coming soon!

DOC SAVAGE Volume 12 BAMA VARIANT: "The Squeaking Goblin" & "The Evil Gnome”
RESTORED MANUSCRIPT EDITION

The pulp era's greatest superhero battles evil in two expanded novels by Lester Dent writing as Kenneth Robeson. First, the Man of Bronze and his Iron Men journey to Kentucky to investigate the mystery of a skeletal sharpshooter and his "disappearing bullets." Can they stop the mountain feud orchestrated by "The Squeaking Goblin"? Then, serial killings by an unstoppable foe set Doc Savage on the trail of "The Evil Gnome." This collector's item pulp reprint showcases a haunting cover by legendary illustrator James Bama and the classic color pulp covers by Walter Baumhofer and Emery Clarke, interior illustrations by Paul Orban and historical articles by Will Murray, author of 21 Doc Savage novels. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-235-3 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)

Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
At the printer and coming soon!

THE SHADOW #121: “Hidden Death" and “The Shadow Meets The Mask"
The Dark Avenger aides Commissioner Weston in landmark pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson writing as "Maxwell Grant." First, can a dead man kill? All the clues suggest that the cunning brain behind serial murders was the first victim! Only The Shadow can unearth the bizarre secret behind “Hidden Death,” in the 1932 novel that introduced Commissioner Weston! Then, the Knight of Darkness is accused of terrible crimes by a radio pundit when “The Shadow Meets The Mask.” BONUS: "Murder in the Ball Park," a classic thriller from the Golden Age of Radio! This instant collector’s item showcases the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and the classic interior illustrations by Tom Lovell and Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Anthony Tollin and Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-236-0 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!

"The Strange Harvest of Dr. Aquarius" By Jeff Deischer

August 28, 2017 is the 100th birthday of the legendary comic author and artist Jack Kirby.  Jack had a long career in comics from the 1940s onwards.  During that tie he created and collaborated on several of the most memorable comic book characters including superheroes and supervillains including: Captain America, Blue Bolt, the Boy Explorers, The Fighting American, The Fantastic Four, Darkseid, and many others. Writer and scholar Jeff Deischer has written a novel incorporating several of Kirby's characters in the public domain to a crossover story taking place in the early 1960s which respects the original character lines and carries them forward.  This is a tribute to Jack Kirby and his genius carrying forward his legacy.
 
 This is a volume that comic fans and anyone who enjoys superheroes cannot afford to miss!  As usual, Jeff provides detailed information on the creative process underlying the story and a chronology of the events taking place. Take a trip to yesteryear when Jack Kirby ruled as king of the comics and revel in his creations.


Past episodes:
Win Scott Eckert discusses "The Monster on Hold"
PulpFest: Empire of the Nine- The Psychos of Philip Jose Farmer
John Bruening's readings
PulpFest: Peter McGarvey's readings
PulpFest: Jason Jack Miller's readings
PulpFest: Jim Beard's readings

Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press

Writing pulp fiction for a living was a tough grind, but one that always attracted hopefuls. Dewy-eyed aspirants were willing to serve an apprenticeship in the pulps, secure in the knowledge that raw talent and hard work would carry them to inevitable success in the slicks. These neophytes, eager for helpful tips and sage advice from the pulpwood Big Timers, poured over the pages of trade journals such as Writer's Digest, Author & Journalist, Writer's Review, and Writer's Markets and Methods.

Established pulp writers and editors who contributed to these publications were surprisingly generous with advice and admonition both. Every now and then their articles were vague or self-serving, but a large number offered genuinely useful tips and outlined methods of working that are just as sound today as they were in 1930 or 1940. The two dozen essays collected in THE PENNY-A-WORD BRIGADE hold significant educational value for today's wannabe writers.

Some of these trade-journal pieces saw revival in issues of Blood 'n' Thunder. A few—specifically, those by hero-pulp legends Lester Dent, Norvell Page, and Walter B. Gibson—have been reprinted before, but never have all been included between two covers. In context, surrounded by similar articles from peers, each represents a vital piece in the larger puzzle.

Straight how-to articles are mixed with market analyses and personal reminiscences. In addition to Gibson & Company, you'll find contributions from such legendary high-volume producers as Arthur J. Burks, H. Bedford-Jones, and Erle Stanley Gardner along with many second-tier favorites, including Nelson Bond, Frederick C. Davis, G. T. Fleming-Roberts, Frank Gruber, and Henry Kuttner.

The blue-pencil boys also supplied guidance to followers of the writers' magazines, and PENNY-A-WORD BRIGADE includes excellent essays by Adventure's Arthur Sullivant Hoffman, Black Mask's Joseph T. "Cap" Shaw, and editorial directors of the major pulp outfits: Rogers Terrill (Popular Publications), Leo Margulies (the "Thrilling Group"), Robert A. W. Lowndes (Columbia/Double Action/Blue Ribbon), Ralph Daigh (Fawcett Publications), and Robert O. Erisman (Martin Goodman's "Red Circle" line). Agents Lurton Blassingame and August Lenninger, frequent contributors to Writer's Digest, present market reports that at the time of publication were considered valuable tools for newcomers aiming to crack well-established sheets.

This book is an invaluable addition to any reference library with books documenting the pulp era.  It can be ordered at muraniapress.com. The $24.95 cover price includes shipping to buyers in the U.S.


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


Trade paperback, 8.5 x 11, 220 pages
Price: $24.95



Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
BLOOD 'N' THUNDER PRESENTS, VOLUME ONE -- PRIDE OF THE PULPS
Now shipping!

In case you hadn't heard, last fall we brought to an end Blood 'n' Thunder's 14-year run as a periodical. The zine went out with a bang: a double issue numbered 49/50 and packed with some of the best articles in BnT history. In the editorial we promised to continue the franchise with a series of standalone volumes, issued at irregular intervals, covering various aspects of pulp and pop-culture history under the general title of Blood 'n' Thunder Presents.

Well, this week we proudly release the first volume of Blood 'n' Thunder Presents, subtitled Pride of the Pulps. It's been designed in the "deluxe" trade-paperback format of 8 1/2 x 11 inches, with the series title in a wraparound banner and the volume number printed at the top of the spine. All future volumes will have a uniform design.

Pride of the Pulps devotes nearly 100,000 words to in-depth surveys of six classic rough-paper magazines: Adventure, All-American Fiction, Famous Fantastic Mysteries, The Popular Magazine, Short Stories, and West. Earlier versions of these overviews were published in back issues of Blood 'n' Thunder, but all have been revised and expanded for this book. Greatly expanded, in some cases: the essay on Short Stories, for example, first appeared as a two-parter with a total word count of 11,500 words. Its counterpart in Pride of the Pulps runs close to 17,000 words.

The addition of new material extends as well to illustrative matter. The surveys in Pride include more pulp covers and interior illustrations than accompanied their earlier versions in BnT, but we've also added more scans of original cover paintings.

In short, this is not a reprint volume that simply repurposes old copy. It has a significant amount of new content and is a veritable textbook of pulp-fiction history. Even if you'd be satisfied with the essays as printed in BnT, it would cost you well over $100 to purchase those issues individually. And that's assuming you could find them all: the two issues with the Short Stories survey have been out of print for many years.

Future volumes of Blood 'n' Thunder Presents will be devoted to the following topics: a history of Argosy, the working life of pulp writers, the output of legendary scribe Edgar Wallace, a history of Doubleday's Crime Club book division, and a survey of films made during 1932, which we posit to be fantastic cinema's best year. We hope and expect to issue at least two volumes per calendar year, although we're on track to publish three in 2017. Stay tuned for more announcements.

In the meantime, don't miss out on our first release in the Blood 'n' Thunder Presents series. We guarantee it'll make a valuable addition to any home library of reference works covering pulp fiction and vintage American popular culture.




Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press
BLOOD 'N' THUNDER'S CLIFFHANGER CLASSICS VOLUME 2
Now shipping!

For nearly 50 years the motion-picture chapter play was a vibrant part of our country’s pop-culture scene. Following their favorite serials turned moviegoing into a weekly habit for millions of Americans. During the silent-film era, episodic thrillers were marketed to adults and children alike, but their emphasis on base melodrama and contrived thrills appealed more to kids. Those youthful habitués of Saturday matinees faithfully followed serials and retained fond memories of them. Subsequent generations discovered cliffhanger classics via later broadcasts on TV and reissues in collectable home-video formats.
 
This sequel to 2012's well-received Blood 'n' Thunder's Cliffhanger Classics offers history and analysis of such popular and influential silent serials as The Perils of Pauline (1914), The Million Dollar Mystery (1914), The Diamond from the Sky (1915), The Riddle Rider (1924), and the four 1914-17 chapter plays of Francis Ford and Grace Cunard. Notable talkie-era serials covered at length include Tarzan the Fearless (1933), The Return of Chandu (1934), The Lost City (1935), Radio Patrol (1937), Red Barry (1938), The Spider's Web (1938, and its 1941 sequel The Spider Returns), Hawk of the Wilderness (1938), Adventures of Red Ryder (1940), and Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943).
A special essay titled "Anatomy of a Serial," taking an approach not previously attempted by any chapter-play historian, chronicles the making of fan favorite Spy Smasher (1942) from the licensing of the character rights in June 1941 straight through to the film's national release in April 1942. All aspects of the production are detailed with facts and figures, as well as the recollections of director William Witney, star Kane Richmond, supporting player Tris Coffin, and stunt ramrod Dave Sharpe.
 
The essays in Cliffhanger Classics are not the typical puff pieces generally found in books on this subject. Each article has been carefully researched and supplemented with first-hand recollections of people who worked in the serials being examined, including leading men Buster Crabbe, Kane Richmond, Herman Brix, and Rod Cameron; leading ladies Jacqueline Wells, Iris Meredith, Kay Hughes, Vivian Coe; veteran serial writer Barry Shipman; stuntmen Dave Sharpe and Tom Steele; and directors Ford Beebe and William Witney. Their input makes this second volume of Cliffhanger Classics a valuable addition to the historical record, as well as an entertaining read.
 
The book is profusely illustrated with more than 60 pages of rare stills, posters, and lobby cards from the serials under examination. 
Purchase price includes shipping to domestic U.S. buyers only; international customers must inquire for shipping rates.

Cover Art by Chris Kalb
Trade paperback, 6x9 inches, 302 pages
Price: $24.95




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Bold Venture Press
ZORRO VOLUME 6
by Johnston McCulley

Coming soon!



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Broadswords and Blasters - Now online!

Pulp Consumption: True Detective (Season 1)
Pulp Appeal: Indiana Jones
Issue 2 Now Available!
Issue 2 Run Down!


THE BRONZE GAZETTE
Issue #79 is now available and recommended!
 
Contents
Cover: Bob Larkin (commission for Terry Allen)
"The Woman In It" by Duane Spurlock
"Bending the Doc Savage Formula" by Will Murray
"Q&A with Sisters of Bronze" by Catherine Lavallée-Welch
"The Bantam Books that Never Appeared" by Will Murray
"Rhoda Haven: In Love with Everything Doc Savage Wasn't" by Bobb Cotter
"Review: Six Scarlet Scorpions" by Catherine Lavallée-Welch
"The Doc Savage Novel That Was Too Good Part 2" by Jeff Deischer
"The Bronze Gazette Publications News Update" by Terry Allen
"Daughter of Savage: A Wild Woman" by Win Scott Eckert
"In Memory of Ron Wilber"

Subscriptions (via Paypal) are now available for No. 78, 79, and 80.

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Get back issues of #76 for $15, #77 for $12, #78 for $12, and Doc Con 2016 Special for $12 each in the USA.
 
 The Bronze Gazette  
 

Castalia House Blog - Now online!

Retro Fandom Friday – Weird Tales Edition - New!
The Dai Sword, by Manly Wade Wellman - New!
PulpFest 2017 - New!
THROWBACK SF THURSDAY: The Next Conan Movie Should Look More Like Mad Max
Forgotten Sword and Sorcery Artists: Melvyn Grant 
Pulp Revolution: The Future Is Ours  

Centipede Press
SWORDS AND DEVILTRY
By Fritz Leiber
Now available!


In the annals of heroic fantasy one epic tale stands head and shoulders above the rest, spanning sixty years in the telling, the saga of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser has captivated fans ever since Fritz Leiber’s first tale of the duo appeared in the August, 1939 issue of Unknown. Just in time for the seventy-eighth anniversary of the characters debut, Centipede Press is releasing the first of what will be the definitive eight-volume set comprising not only all of the stories by Fritz Leiber (and his friend Harry Fischer), but also the brilliant epilogue to the series, Swords Against the Shadowland by Robin Wayne Bailey.

These are archival editions, lavishly illustrated and featuring guest introductions from some of the top writers in the field. We plan on releasing both Swords and Deviltry and Swords Against Death this year and customers are encouraged to contact us about reserving the entire set. There are 500 unsigned copies available.

The story of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser is among the most enduring in modern fantasy and we suggest reserving your set sooner rather than later.

Swords and Deviltry features five color interior illustrations, a full-color frontispiece, full color wraparound dustjacket, and custom illustrated endpapers. The introduction is by Michael Moorcock. The book includes all of the stories that make up Swords and Deviltry along with two archival essays by Harry O. Fischer, Fritz Leiber’s 1973 introduction, two “Gray Mouser” poems from The Acolyte, and an interview with Fritz Leiber from 1979. Yes, we will be publishing the entire series of novels, each one with a load of extras. This is the ultimate edition of this legendary fantasy series.


Edition information
• Bound in full black cloth, blind stamping on front board.
• Color illustrations hand-tipped into the book.
• Introduction by Michael Moorcock.
• Gorgeous dustjacket on Mohawk Superfine.
• Head and tail bands, ribbon marker.

Cloth, unsigned: $65 (save $10)





COMIC BOOK CREATOR #15 (Spring 2017) - Arriving in comic shops August 16!

Celebrating 30 years of artist’s artist Mark Schultz, creator of the Cadillacs and Dinosaurs franchise, with a feature-length, career-spanning interview conducted in Mark’s Pennsylvanian home, examining the early years of struggle, success with Kitchen Sink Press, and hitting it big with a Saturday morning cartoon series. Includes rarely-seen art and fascinating photos from Mark’s amazing and award-winning career.

Magazine, 84 pages, Full Color, $8.95





THE COMPLETE TALES OF JULES DE GRANDIN, VOLUME TWO: THE DEVIL'S ROSARY - Coming September 5!
by Seabury Quinn


Today the names of H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, August Derleth, and Clark Ashton Smith, all regular contributors to the pulp magazine Weird Tales during the first half of the twentieth century, are recognizable even to casual readers of the bizarre and fantastic. And yet despite being more popular than them all during the golden era of genre pulp fiction, there is another author whose name and work have fallen into obscurity: Seabury Quinn.

Quinn’s short stories were featured in well more than half of Weird Tales’s original publication run. His most famous character, the supernatural French detective Dr. Jules de Grandin, investigated cases involving monsters, devil worshippers, serial killers, and spirits from beyond the grave, often set in the small town of Harrisonville, New Jersey. In de Grandin there are familiar shades of both Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot, and alongside his assistant, Dr. Samuel Trowbridge, de Grandin’s knack for solving mysteries―and his outbursts of peculiar French-isms (grand Dieu!)―captivated readers for nearly three decades.

Collected for the first time in trade editions, The Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin, edited by George Vanderburgh, presents all ninety-three published works featuring the supernatural detective. Presented in chronological order over five volumes, this is the definitive collection of an iconic pulp hero.

The second volume, The Devil’s Rosary, includes all of the Jules de Grandin stories from “The Black Master” (1929) to “The Wolf of St. Bonnot” (1930), as well as an introduction by Jim Rockhill.


Cover art by Donato Giancola

Hardcover, 512 pages, $34.99
The Complete Tales of Jules De Grandin, Volume Three: The Dark Angel is coming in March!


 

The Dark Man: The Journal of Robert E. Howard and Pulp Fiction Studies Volume 8 No. 2 - Now available!

An annual academic journal dedicated to the study of the writer Robert E. Howard, creator of Conan, Solomon Kane, Kull, and author of numerous pulp stories.
Since 2016, the journal will also run other articles on other pulp fiction, horror, and sword and sorcery writers.


Softcover, 5.5 x 8.5, 58 pages, $6



Davy Crockett's Almanak of Mystery, Adventure, and the Wild West - Now online!

Paperback Gallery: FRANK FRAZETTA  
 - New!
Pulp Gallery: THRILLING DETECTIVE  - New!
Johnny Weissmuller as JUNGLE JIM (1951-52)
Comic Gallery: CRIME DOES NOT PAY (1945)
Pulp Gallery: SPEED ADVENTURE (1943)  
Multi-Genre FURY Magazine paintings by Thomas Beecham (1956)


The Digest Enthusiast Blog - Now online!

Galaxy Novel #25
- New!
Fritz Leiber’s Dark Vengeance
Spaceway Science Fiction April 1955
Bulldog Drummond by Sapper
Broadswords and Blasters #2
Don Mardick’s Not a Leg to Stand On





DOC CON 2017 REGISTRATION is now open!
We have our registration page up and available.

Registration is $40 and includes:
Doc Con XX Admission, Commemorative Name Badge, Deluxe 2017 Program, DCXX Swag, Commemorative Swag Bag, 5 Raffle Tickets, Lunch on Saturday and much more!

Go to http://docfantasycovers.com/Doc-Con/ and click the "Pre-Register Today" button at the bottom of the page.
Once your registration is paid, you will receive a confirmation letter with a Commemorative Ticket and details about the upcoming convention.
See you in October!


DOC CON 2017
Doc Con commemorative t-shirt
Now accepting pre-orders!

There will be a Doc Con XX commemorative t-shirt.
The design shown at the right is a work in progress and is not the final shirt.

If you would like to reserve one now, email Fantom Press (sales@fantompress.net) with your size and quantity.  
Sizes small through 2XL are $20.00 per shirt.
Sizes 3XL and 4XL are $23.00 per shirt.

The shirts will be available for pick up at Doc Con XX in October.
If you will not be attending Doc Con, the shirts will be mailed by late October.
No money is due for shirts at this time.
The shirts will be invoiced after Doc Con XX in mid October. 




Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.
A SOLDIER OF POLODA
Further Adventures Beyond the Farthest Star
By Lee Strong

Now available in hardcover!
Softcover and eBook editions are coming soon!


Like fellow Earthman, Tangor from the story Beyond the Farthest Star, American OSS officer Thomas Randolph is mysteriously teleported to a foreign planet where he lands in the center of a 100-year war that mirrors the Allied Powers’ struggle against Adolph Hitler’s Third Reich.

Unlike Tangor, Randolph – now Tomas Ran – finds himself behind enemy lines where he gains a first-hand view of the inner workings of the corrupt Kapar empire. Will Tomas, using his OSS skills, be able to devise a plan to escape with the beautiful Unisan prisoner, Loris Kiri, that will allow them to join her countrymen in their struggle against the Kapars?

American novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs debuted the world of Poloda in the pulp story Beyond the Farthest Star in 1940 just as Hitler’s Nazis marched across Europe and the Imperial Japanese extended their reach across the South Pacific. Burroughs’ youthful idealism regarding the nobility of America’s previous war efforts had given way to a mature perspective of the savagery of combat that stains every battlefield. Burroughs’ deeply-held views are reflected in this tale about a planet ravaged by 100 years of conflict as the nation of Unis devotes its entire existence to the struggle of freedom against tyranny.

Author Lee Strong created this second adventure on the planet Poloda, which lies beyond the Globular Cluster NGC 7006 ‘ 450,000 light years away from earth. Join Tomas Ran as he explores Poloda, battles Kapars, and finds love Beyond the Farthest Star.


AUTHOR
Lee Strong’s heart was captured by the dinosaurs found At the Earth’s Core in 1962. He has been a Burroughs reader ever since. Lee also worked for the US Department of Defense (DOD); changed international policy with a single report; deployed to Kuwait; saved taxpayers $5 million; and reformed the $2 billion DOD Personal Property Program. A Soldier of Poloda is Lee’s first novel. He is currently working on two Pellucidar novels with more to come. Lee’s motto: More Adventure ! More Excitement !! More Burroughs !!!

ARTISTS
COVER ART: Chris Peuler is a genre illustrator based in Chicago, working primarily in fantasy and science fiction. A traditionally-trained digital painter, Chris has created vivid imagery for various gaming and book publications, as well as taking time to work on his own personal portfolio. This beautiful, other-worldly cover art is his first full wraparound dust jacket painting for ERB, Inc.

INTERIOR ILLUSTRATIONS: Earl Geier has illustrated horror, fantasy and science fiction scenes in the role playing game industry for Fasa, Chaosium, TSR, Fantasy Flight, Dark Conspiracy, and others. He has illustrated books for Cemetery Dance, Chaosium, Gryphon, American Fantasy Press and Subterranean Press, and covers for The Fandom Directory. In the comic book world Earl has drawn for Dark Horse Comics, Comizone, Now, Innovation and DC Comics. His artwork has been featured as background in the TV show “Supernatural Let It Bleed” Earl lives in Chicago, Illinois.


$34.95


   

Now available!

Dafydd Neal Dyar's Doc Savage Essays are back in print for the first time in nearly 40 years!

Each essay was painstakingly reconstructed and expanded with extensive annotations and new text.

Doc Savage fans will delight in the nearly 300 pages of insights and observations from a master of pulp history.

Foreword by pulp author/historian Rick Lai!

The signed and numbered hard cover edition is limited to 100 copies.

Each hard cover features The One That Got Away, an exclusive all-new essay chronicling a Dyar article lost to the ages.

$39.99




Fedogan & Bremer
TIME BURIAL by Donald Wandrei
Now available!


Howard Wandrei's pulp work was extensive and popular. Collections, however, long remained non-existent.

Wandrei used several pseudonyms, for one thing. But another factor came in: the copyrights were held after his death by his brother Donald, co-founder of Arkham House, who became embroiled in a bitter copyright battle after the death of August Derleth.

Fedogan and Bremer first collected Howard Wandrei's Weird and Fantastic fiction over 20 years ago in TIME BURIAL, now long out-of-print in hardcover. Here is a paperback facsimile edition, at popular price, of that book, illustrated with the author's own very weird art work, reminiscent of Bosch and influenced by Blake. We expect you'll enjoy his stories!

Dwayne Olson provides a fulsome background for both the stories and Howard's place in the bygone era of pulp authors, full of the regional influences that marked this literature.

Fedogan and Bremer is proud to return Howard Wandrei's best Weird fiction to print.







Howard Andrew Jones - Now online!

Reruns: Harold Lamb - New!
Remembering Corum
Adventure!
Novel Writing and Pulp
One Sword for Love

I WATCHED THEM EAT ME ALIVE: KILLER CREATURES IN MEN'S ADVENTURE MAGAZINES - Now available!

I Watched Them Eat Me Alive is the first installment of The Men's Adventure Library Journal, a series focusing on specific facets of the vintage men's adventure magazines stories, artwork, and history.

Dedicated to exploring the lost world of vintage men’s adventure magazines (aka MAMs), The Men’s Adventure Library chronicles the mags’ three decades on American newsstands, from the early 1950s through the mid-1970s. Mixing elements from many sources—early pulp fiction, detective stories and true crime, mystery and noir films, exotic travel magazines, celebrity scandal rags and bachelor mags—MAMs ratcheted up the tension and amped up the testosterone to create explosive, entertaining, and often outrageous reading for millions of American men. Though long extinct and mostly unseen for generations, their pervasive influence continues to shape some of the most popular and enduring pop culture tropes and trends.

Curated by MAM historian/collector Robert Deis and writer Wyatt Doyle, The Men’s Adventure Library reprints and provides context for classic MAM stories and artwork drawn from the mags’ rich history of gonzo pulp, with releases available in full-color trade paperback and deluxe, expanded hardcover editions. Each volume is a vivid reminder that MAMs were extremely cool, unexpectedly influential, and still pack a bare-knuckle punch. Read ’em all…if you’ve got the guts!


Paperback: 108 pages
Publisher: New Texture
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
$9.95


Hardcover: 128 pages
Publisher: New Texture
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
$24.95


JAMES BOND: KILL CHAIN #2 - Arriving in comic shops August 16!
(Writer) Andy Diggle (Art) Luca Casalanguida
Cover A: Greg Smallwood, Cover B: Luca Casalanguida, Cover C: Juan Doe

As tensions rise between MI6 and CIA, James Bond investigates the death of a fellow agent. Someone is smuggling military-grade weapons to European neo-Nazis, an arms pipeline stretching from the gutters of Munich to the upper echelons of Swiss high society. The trail will lead 007 to an old friend, a deadly betrayal, and an enigmatic art connoisseur named Chantal Chevalier.

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99






Jerry Schneider Enterprises
Now available!

PLAGUE SHIP

In the field of interstellar commerce, where trade was pretty well sewn up by the giant companies, tramp-freighter spaceships like the Solar Queen were up against it.
Their only tools were ingenuity and personal fearlessness, the qualities that had gained the Solar Queen exclusive trading rights to Sargol and its fabulous gems.

But those qualities were to be strained to the breaking point to meet Sargol’s three challenges.
First was the enigmatic obstinacy of the catlike natives. Second was the ruthless incursion of an illegal competitor.

But the third and worst was to be the invisible, indetectable stowaway that would brand the Solar Queen anathema to all inhabited worlds.


Trade Paperback, 6 x 9 inch, 180 pages
$12.95



 
Jimmie Dale, Alias the Gray Seal
The New Adventures of the Gray Seal Book 1

by Michael Howard 
 Now available in softcover and Kindle editions!


In the summer of 1912 New York City was being terrorized by a bizarre organization of metal-clawed criminals who ascend stone walls as easily as others climb stairs. Dubbed the Spider Gang by the press, they roamed over every part of Manhattan from neighborhoods of squalid tenements to the most luxurious mansions of the rich. It wasn't wealth that they sought however, instead it was the City's most beautiful women who were being carried off for some sinister purpose.

A new challenge for the Gray Seal! The very first in a long, long line of crime-fighting urban vigilantes has returned in an all new novel length adventure. More than a century ago bored society millionaire Jimmie Dale hid his identity behind a mask and slouch hat to become the safe-cracking master criminal known as the Gray Seal. His objective was excitement rather than financial gain, but quickly decided that justice was a still more worthy goal. Dale became feared and hunted by both the police and the underworld as he waged a one-man war on evildoers the law could not stop. Commanded by the mysterious woman of a thousand faces known as the Tocsin, Jimmie Dale pits himself against those who prey on the weakest members of society. The Gray Seal novels of Frank Packard influenced a wide range of heroes including The Shadow, the Spider, the Green Hornet, and Batman. The Gray Seal strikes again!

Trade paperback,
6 x 9 inches, 374 pages
$15.99
Kindle Price:    $4.99

Coming later this year!
A compilation of the original Gray Seal novels written by Frank Packard.
There were five in all and the fifth book (Jimmie Dale and the Missing Hour) has never appeared before in a digital version.
This is going to be an annotated edition with a detailed chronology of the series - and photos of the main characters!

More news when available!

Amazon     Kindle  



The Korshak Collection: Illustrations Of Imaginative Literature
June 07, 2017 to August 26, 2017

The Society is proud to present a rare opportunity to view some of the greatest fantasy masterpieces of our time. Presenting a grouping of illustrations of imaginative literature from the Korshak Collection, on display in Gallery 1 & 2. 

"As a young man I was fortunate enough to grow up with great art in my bedroom. My father, Erle Korshak, was the publisher of a pioneering science fiction book company, Shasta Publishers. Shasta ushered in the transition of important science fiction literature from magazines printed on cheap pulp paper to hardcover, library-quality books. Much of that art lived with us at our house and at the company office in Chicago.

In particular, the J. Allen St. John illustration for the 1941 Amazing Stories magazine cover of John Carter battling the Dead in "The City of Mummies" lured me into a fantastic world that I never knew existed. I read and enjoyed the Edgar Rice Burroughs story behind the illustration but for me, the illustration itself gave me a sense of wonder I had never previously experienced.

So began a lifelong love affair with illustration art. This collection is a vision of the fantastic. It is one of great illustrators, as well as illustrations that had a great influence on imaginative literature."

The Society of Illustrator
128 East 63rd Street (between Park and Lexington Avenues)
New York, NY 10065

LOVECRAFT P. I. (Paranormal Investigator) #1, 2, & 3 - Now available!

This three issue limited series finds our own Ward Lovecraft arriving to Innsmouth, circa 1937.
In search of answers for the missing Necronomicon and the mysterious death of Joshua Marsh.
The son of prominent business man Barnabas Marsh.

Created by Fritz Striker and D.W. Kann
Written and Edited by Fritz Striker and D.W. Kann
Illustrated by António Brandão
Breakdowns and Shading by Fritz Striker
Lettering by Hanna Östman
Cover Art by Paul Shipper


Available in print and eBook editions at the link below.






Martin Grams' Blog - Now online!

Patrick Duffy and the Man from Atlantis
Hopalong Cassidy is disintegrating
"Lost" Shadow Radio Programs Discovered
Willie Whopper and the Mysterious Airman

THE MASSACRE OF MANKIND: Sequel to The War of the Worlds - Coming August 22!
by Stephen Baxter


It has been 14 years since the Martians invaded England. The world has moved on, always watching the skies but content that we know how to defeat the Martian menace. Machinery looted from the abandoned capsules and war-machines has led to technological leaps forward. The Martians are vulnerable to earth germs. The Army is prepared.

So when the signs of launches on Mars are seen, there seems little reason to worry. Unless you listen to one man, Walter Jenkins, the narrator of Wells' book. He is sure that the Martians have learned, adapted, understood their defeat.

He is right.

Thrust into the chaos of a new invasion, a journalist - sister-in-law to Walter Jenkins - must survive, escape and report on the war.

The Massacre of Mankind has begun.


Hardcover, 496 pages
Publisher: Crown
$27.00



Now available!

Farmerphile: The Magazine of Philip José Farmer was a quarterly fanzine that ran fifteen issues from July 2005 to January 2009. Michael Croteau served as Publisher for all fifteen issues; Christopher Paul Carey and Paul Spiteri coedited the first ten issues, while Spiteri and Win Scott Eckert coedited the last five. Thanks to the generosity of Philip José Farmer and his “Magic Filing Cabinet,” Farmerphile published—for the first time anywhere—short stories (mostly not science fiction), excerpts, articles, speeches, and letters written by Farmer. It even serialized the novel Up from the Bottomless Pit (not included in this collection, but forthcoming from Meteor House).

Farmerphile also contained articles and appreciations from Farmer’s fans and from his fellow science fiction authors, from critiques of his work to stories of personal encounters, and everything between. A complete list of the original contents of all fifteen issues can be found here.

Hardcover Limited Edition
Now the hard part: narrowing down so much content into one “Best of” collection. This was much harder than it sounds, as nearly all the content was worthy of inclusion. So, we focused on broadly covering as much ground as possible, as well as including pieces that touched on Farmer’s personal life. Assembled here is a wealth of information about one of the greatest science fiction writers of all time along, with some of his earliest writing.

The Best of Farmerphile is available in two editions: a Trade Paperback and a Hardcover Limited Edition. The hardcover is not “officially” a signed limited edition, but when the book debuts at PulpFest/FarmerCon XII in late July 2017, we will get as many contributors on hand as possible to sign it before we ship the books to those preordered (shipping will occur immediately after PulpFest/FarmerCon XII).


PREORDERING:
The trade paperback edition is $29 (plus shipping).
The hardcover limited edition is $45 (plus shipping).
Or you can preorder them together for only $67—that’s $7 off (plus you’ll save even more with combined shipping)!

Preorder early to ensure you get a copy of the limited edition hardcover.
As always, the print run on the limited edition will be determined by the number of preorders received.
Not many copies beyond those reserved will be printed.
NOTE: due to the complexities of publishing rights, no ebook edition will be produced!




by Heidi Ruby Miller
Now available!

In Philip José Farmer’s novel Two Hawks from Earth, Native American pilot Roger Two Hawks flew through his first “gate” while on a bombing run over Romania during World War II. The gate brought him to Earth 2, a world where the Americas never existed. Since then he has continued to fight battles on Earth after Earth, each more strange than the next.

In Heidi Ruby Miller’s short story “Dakota’s Gate” (Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3), set on Earth 3, North America never advanced past stone tools and rock shelters. But that’s where Two Hawks met another gate traveler, Dakota Cummings. It was Dakota, a woman turned friend and lover, who pulled him through a gate to her Earth, the most alien and deadly of all.

Earth 4. Two hundred years in the future. A war thirty-six thousand feet underwater. Two Hawks must draw upon all he’s learned during his gate travels in order to survive war between technologically advanced humans and their far-future hybrid cousins. This time more than just his and Dakota’s lives are at stake—the fate of an entire world is in his hands.

Featuring cover art by Mark Wheatley, an introduction by Christopher Paul Carey, and the short story “Dakota’s Gate” as a prelude, Man of War is a 24,500-word novella full of the action and adventure you’d expect of Philip José Farmer’s Roger Two Hawks.

Man of War will be published simultaneously in both hardcover and paperback signed limited editions!

Buy the Signed Limited Edition Trade Paperback for $16 (+shipping)
Buy the Signed Limited Edition Hardcover for $27 (+shipping)
Buy both together for $38—save $5 off the pair (+shipping)


As always, the print run with our Limited Editions is determined by the number of preorders. That’s why the names of those who preorder the book appear on its acknowledgments page–you make this book happen! (As long as you preorder by June 1st 2017.)

And, as an added bonus, if you preorder before June 1st, you will also receive a FREE ebook copy of Heidi Ruby Miller’s novel, Ambasadora.


Trade paperback, 5" x 8", $16 plus shipping
Hardcover, $27 
plus shipping


 
 


September 14-16, 2017! 

Hunt Valley Wyndham (recently changed now to a Marriott)
SAME HOTEL, NEW NAME.

Announcing the first half of our celebrity lineup for our 2017 event!
Remember you can purchase your admission tickets in advance through the website and save money. And book your hotel room early before they are sold out!
Hotel: (410) 785-7000


VENDOR HOURS: Thursday and Friday 9 am to 7 pm, Saturday 9 am to 5 pm
​CELEBRITY HOURS: Thursday and Friday, 10 am to 6 pm, Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
​MOVIE ROOM: 24 hours a day
​PANELS & PRESENTATIONS: 9 am to 9 pm (See schedule of events)





Moonstone Books
I.V. FROST: TALES OF MYSTERY AND SCIENTIFIC DETECTION
Arriving in comic shops August 16!

Authors: Matthew Baugh, David Boop, Eric Fein, Ron Fortier, Chuck Miller, Gene Moyers, William Nedrow, Barry Reese, and Frank Schildiner.
Cover: Alex Innocenti


Stalking a territory that is somewhere between the gaslit world of the Victorian Consulting Detective
and the flickering neon darkness of Film Noir, Wandrei’s Frost is part analytical rationalist, part Angel of Death.
Like someone took Sherlock Holmes, armed him to the teeth, and turned him loose on the mean streets of Phillip Marlowe.

–Peter Atkins

For the first time ever, a NEW collection of I.V. Frost stories!
Guest-starring: The Green Ghost, The Phantom Detective, Dr. Satan, The Moon Man, & more!
Matthew Baugh, David Boop, Eric Fein, Ron Fortier, Chuck Miller, Gene Moyers, William Nedrow, Barry Reese, and Frank Schildiner.



Softcover, 266 pages, $16.95




The New Pulp Heroes - Now online!

Simon Fogner
- New!
Captain Swashbuckle - New!
The Wrath  - New!
Xenthe
Cobalt
Manteau
The Protectors




PulpFest reports and photos

Airship27: PulpFest 2017

Castalia House: PulpFest 2017

Facebook - Peter Renfro: Photos 1,  Photos 2Photos 3  

File 770:  2017 Munsey Award

Murania Press: PulpFest 2017 Report  

Mystery*File:  PulpFest 2017 by Walker Martin

PulpFlakes:  PulpFest 2017 photos



Pulpgen-Online Pulps - Now online!

New this week

"His Inner Self" by Philip M. Fisher, Jr.  from ALL-STORY WEEKLY, January 25, 1919

A professor and a student engage in an exercise in logic in order to reveal the student's inner self.

"Murder Trail" by Anthony Tompkins from G-MEN DETECTIVE, May, 1947
When a kid swipes a gun from Hank Carmel of Homicide, it leads Hank right to the solution of a grim crime mystery!

"A Hundred Grand" by Mort Lansing from SPICY DETECTIVE STORIES, October, 1935
She confessed to Johnny that she'd killed a man. "Maybe," Johnny said, "but it stinks to me!" Thereafter Johnny stuck to the money trail.



Pulp Den - Now online!

The Spawn of Lilithu  
- New!
A Taste of Blood And Ashes  - New!
Manhattan Masquerade - New!
ONYX
Waltzing Mathilde
         Pulp Den  

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

Pulpfest 2017 - photos - New!
Robert H. Leitfred - Author
Presidential artist got his training in the pulps... 


The Pulp Guy:The Retro Future is Now! - Now online!

The Pulp Guy-Barbarians, Spacers and Thunder! - New!
The Pulp Guy-A Devil of A Bad Guy
The Pulp Guy-So Many Masks, So Little Crime!
The Pulp Guy-The Retro Future is Now! by Teel James Glenn


The Pulp Hermit - Now online!

Congo War Cry
Calling Doctor Kill
The Red Rider of Smoky Range
Dying Space
Hammerhead
Pulp Hero Press
PULP SLAM: RIP-ROARIN’ TALES OF MYSTERY, MURDER, AND MAYHEM
by Fred Blosser

Now available!
Pulp in Your Face!
In thirteen take-no-prisoners pulp yarns, Robert E. Howard scholar Fred Blosser caroms from the Old West to the noirish streets of urban America, and then beneath the earth itself, into a primitive world of savagery, to slam you silly with the best in pulp fiction.

By bullet and sword, fist and fortune, Blosser's square-jawed yet often brutal heroes face down the worst that evil has to offer:

Ringo and Horn blow away bootleggers, outlaws, Mafia thugs and assassins, and other lowlifes, from the backstreets to the backwoods
Commander Manta and Agent Gila battle the hallucinogenic horrors of a would-be world conqueror in Washington, D.C.
Dax the Go-Run struggles to survive in the savage, subterranean world of Kaal-Dur, as he goes in quest of a captive princess
All this, and hitmen vs Cthulhu, too. You can't go wrong with hitmen vs Cthulhu.

Plus, Blosser serves up a quintology of non-fiction analyses of such pulp topics as Dashiell Hammett's "Nightmare Town" and the Mafia novels of Richard Posner.

Get Slammed!


Softcover, 6 x 9 inches, 218 pages, $14.95
Kindle: $4.99




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.

Radio Archives
The Spider #42 Audiobook
Satan's Workshop
by Emile C. Tepperman writing as Grant Stockbridge

Read by Nick Santa Maria

Now available!

There was no clue to the kidnapping of wealthy, powerful men and beautiful, talented women — until the Man Who Dealt in Death broke into Richard Wentworth’s stroll in the moonlight with the wanton wounding of his own lookout. From that stricken gangster Wentworth obtained the first hint of the devil-brain that was using science and surgery, death and torture and extortion, to enslave the city’s great. And Wentworth, better known as the Spider, answered the challenge of the Laboratory of the Lost — gambling life and more against weird dangers that no man had ever faced before!

 
The Spider was the star of his own pulp magazine for a wild decade bound by 1933 and 1943. Seeing rival pulp house Street & Smith breaking sales records with The Shadow Magazine, Popular Publications president Harry Steeger decided to clone him. Legend has it that he was playing tennis and spotted a spider walking across the court. That gave him a catchy yet creepy title. He hired mystery novelist and occultist R. T. M. Scott to write The Spider Strikes! and a sequel, The Wheel of Death. Mysteriously, Scott bowed out of the picture around the time of the first issue, dated October, 1933.
 
Enter Norvell W. Page, a newspaperman and practitioner of the Edgar Allen Poe tradition in pulps such as Dime Mystery Magazine. Writing under the pseudonym of Grant Stockbridge, he remade the Spider into his own psychic twin, often dressing up as the Master of Men when delivering his monthly manuscripts.
 
Nick Santa Maria reads Satan's Workshop with indescribable emotion. Originally published in The Spider magazine, March, 1937.


5 hours - $9.99 Download / $19.98 Audio CDs

Radio Archives

No man could explain that death which struck from the stratosphere, turning men into statues, stripping the United States of defenses. Operator #5 — Ace of the American Secret Service — uncovered an espionage organization which was working against our country when Washington recaptured Yorktown, in 1781!... But now, a madman with limitless ambition headed the Secret Loyalists, determined to make himself Emperor of America, and Operator #5 takes a million-to-one gamble which brings him face to face with disgrace and death!

 
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. Pulp publisher Harry Steeger 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.
 
Scourge of the Invisible Death is read with stirring intensity by Milton Bagby. Originally published in the November, 1935 issue of Operator #5 magazine.
 
Performed by 2017 Audie Awards winner, voice actor Milton Bagby.


5 hours - $9.99 Download / $19.98 Audio CDs

Radio Archives

Radio Archives Pulp Classics
Secret Agent "X" #7 eBook
Octopus of Crime - September 1934

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.
 
From 1934 to 1939 America thrilled to the adventures of Secret Agent X — the "man of a thousand faces" — as he battled futuristic weapons and mad scientists. The true identity of Secret Agent X was never revealed. He used his mastery of disguise to work undercover for the U.S. government. With his aide, newspaper reporter Betty Dale, and his secretive government handler K-9, he battled weird and fantastical threats to America for forty-one amazing issues. Secret Agent X returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Friends of Agent “X”
 
A Feature-Length Secret Agent “X” Novel
Octopus of Crime by Paul Chadwick writing as Brant House
A monstrous octopus of evil gained slow power over the underworld. His identity as mysterious as that of Secret Agent “X” himself, this apostle of wickedness led the horror hordes of the nation into a bloody carnival of crime.
 
The Secret Council
Behind the scenes with Secret Agent “X”
 
The Murder Masterpiece by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
That hideous thing in bronze was like a tormented soul captured in metal.
 
Considine Laughs by Emile C. Tepperman
For sixteen long years these four men lived together in fierce hate and distrust.
 
Ink’s Jinx by Anthony Clemens
A short short surprise
 
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 Archives


The Saint 2017 - Now available for streaming on Netflix!

Master thief Simon Templar -- also known as the Saint -- is hired by a wealthy banker to find his kidnapped daughter, but not all is as it seems.

Adam Rayner, Eliza Dushku, Ian Ogilvy, James Remar, Roger Moore, Enrique Murciano, Thomas Kretschmann, Beatrice Rosen, Greg Grunberg, Yani Gellman
Directed by Ernie Barbarash




The Serial Squadron
PERILS OF NYOKA
New restoration with original titles!
Now available!

Kay Aldridge, Clayton Moore, Adrian Booth, Tristram Coffin, Charles Middleton
D: William Witney/John English


Adventurers Nyoka Gordon and her friend Larry Grayson search for the golden tablets of Hippocrates, which contain a cure for cancer. Arabian queen Vultura, who masquerades as an earthly incarnation of a pagan Sun Goddess, also wants the tablets and the treasure associated with them and with her lieutenant Cassib and Count Torrini, as well as her bodyguard, an ape named Satan, travels across the desert in her chariot to try to obtain them. An action-packed classic with more torturous deathtraps than possibly any other serial ever made.

Transfer Quality: Superb, stabilized, presented in warm black and white with restored audio & newly synched sound
DVD Contents: Complete 15 episode serial
Special Features: Reconstructed original "Perils of Nyoka" titles, re-release trailer


List price $16.99



 

SHEENA #0 - Arriving in comic shops August 16!
(Writter) Marguerite Bennett, Christina Trujillo (Art)  Moritat (Cover) Emanuela Lupacchino

In this riveting relaunch, the guardian of the jungle, SHEENA, pursues a mysterious invader that has come to spy on the Amazon's most ancient secrets... Following the path of the trespasser, she encounters a forbidden ruin in which even more deadly dangers lie in wait -- and begins an adventure that will take her beyond her wildest imaginings!

Full Color, 32 pages, $0.25




SHEENA: QUEEN OF THE JUNGLE COLLECTION: THE MOVIE & TV SERIES - Coming August 15!

Featuring the 1984 Theatrical Feature Film starring Tanya Roberts (TV's Charlie's Angels and That '70s Show) and Ted Wass (TV's Soap and Blossom), directed by John Guillermin (1976 King Kong remake). Also featuring all 35 episodes from the 2 seasons of the hit syndicated TV series starring Gena Lee Nolin (TV's Baywatch) and John Allen Nelson (Killer Klowns From Outer Space and TV's Baywatch). This DVD collection also includes 5 bonus episodes of the 1950s TV series starring Irish McCalla!

Sheena: Queen of the Jungle -
She is an ancient prophecy fulfilled. A golden God child possessed with a mystic gift. A gift which grew in strength as she grew in years. A gift about to be put to the ultimate test. Innocence against evil. Part Animal. Part Legend. All Woman. Journey to deepest, darkest Africa for thrills, romance and high adventure! Orphaned in Zambouli territory, the blonde Sheena (Tanya Roberts) is raised by a noble tribe and taught to communicate telepathically with all creatures. She gets a firsthand lesson in love from Vic Casey (Ted Wass), a wisecracking TV journalist. In Africa for a story on a royal football player, Prince Otwani (Trevor Thomas), Vic soon finds himself embroiled in a web of political intrigue. And when the evil prince decides to invade the Zamboulis' land, it is up to Sheena to rescue Vic and save her idyllic kingdom!

Sheena - The TV Series:
Orphaned at a young age by tragedy in the jungle, Sheena was raised by the last living member of a native tribe, the Kaya, who possessed the mystical power to "shape shift" into the forms of wild animals by feeling the spirit of their soul. It is a gift shared by Sheena, who can turn herself into an animal and travel through the jungle unrecognized while battling outside forces that invade La Mistas, her primal home.

Notable Cast/Crew: Tanya Roberts, Ted Wass, Gena Lee Nolin, John Allen Nelson. Sheena: Queen of the Jungle was the first female comic book character with her own title, preceding Wonder Woman by 3 years. Sheena was ranked 59th in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list. An all-new Sheena: Queen of the Jungle comic is being published by Dynamite Entertainment for launch in August 2017!


6-disc set
$14.98



THE STRANGE HARVEST OF DR. AQUARIUS - Now available!
by Jeff Deischer

THE AGE OF AQUARIUS IS HERE!

America’s Bicentennial is fast approaching as the existence of a new race of superhumans is revealed – Homo Nova! But amid this exciting and anxious news comes tragedy – America’s Greatest Hero has been killed! It is up to America’s superheroes to find the killer! And to deal with the fact that humans are no longer Earth’s sole inheritors.

The Strange Harvest of Dr. Aquarius unites for the first time Jack Kirby’s characters that have fallen into the public domain.

The King of Comics either created or co-created the stars of this novel: Mr. Scarlet, the Stuntman, the Boy Explorers, the Red Demon, Captain 3D – and more, as the mantle has been passed from the Golden Age heroes to a new generation!

Join the Guardians of Democracy in this fast-paced tribute to Jack Kirby, the King of Comics!


Softcover, 5 x 8 inches, 318 pages, $20
Kindle: $5



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.

Barker and Bender on the Case-Part One
Another Silly Season-Part Two
Another Silly Season-Part One
The Summer of Flying Saucers

WEIRDBOOK #36
eBook edition now available!
Print edition coming soon!


Great fantasy and horror tales by current and upcoming masters of the genre...

Weirdbook #36 presents another great assortment of stories and poems in the Weird Tales tradition:
fantasy, horror, sword & sorcery, and the just plain unclassifiable find a home here!

Included are:
Burn on the Bayou, by L.F. Falconer
The Mumbler, by Gillian French
Cleric at Sentinel Hill, by Franklyn Searight
Whores and Criminals, by Dean Macallister
The Quiet on the Water, by C. C. Adams
The Haggard Brothers Go to Town, by James Pratt
The Awakening, by Megan Neumann
Dead Line, by D.C. Lozar
The Waterman’s Song, by MB Vigil
Maleficium, by Kelly Gould
The Green Dome, by Joe DiCicco
We Who Walk on Worlds, by Matt Sullivan
Insect Song, by William Tea
The Harvest Moon Festival, by Gigi Eng
Like Falling Snow, by W.D. Clifton
The Oldest Story, by S. L. Edwards
Geronimo Versus Frankenstein, by Neal Privett
The Black-and-White Dozen, by Chris Kuriata
Omzetten, by C.M. Muller
Vandegald’s Globes, by Jeremy Hayes

Trade Paperback, 6 x 9 inches
Kindle: $3.99

 






04 August 2017

2017 Pulp Shows

The Pulp Coming Attractions Pulp Shows page has been updated with available information on the presently known pulp & paperback shows scheduled for 2017!
Click on the PULP SHOWS link below or the icon at the top of the page and start making your reservations!



2017 & 2018 Film Releases
All dates are subject to change.

2017

September 4, 2017
September 29, 2017
THE INHUMANS
THE EQUALIZER 2
October 6, 2017
KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE
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
2018

February 16, 2018
BLACK PANTHER
March 2, 2018
March 16, 2018
UNTITLED FOX MARVEL FILM
THE FLASH [May be delayed]
May 4, 2018
May 25, 2018
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
STAR WARS: UNTITLED HAN SOLO FILM
June 8, 2018
June 15, 2018
June 22, 2018
June 29, 2018
OCEAN'S EIGHT
THE INCREDIBLES 2
JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM
UNTITLED FOX MARVEL FILM

July 6, 2018
July 20, 2018
ANT-MAN AND THE WASP
ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL
October 5, 2018
AQUAMAN
November 2, 2018
UNTITLED FOX MARVEL FILM
December 21, 2018
SPIDER-MAN ANIMATED FEATURE

Adventure House
Now available!

HIGH ADVENTURE #155

Weird Menace Special Issue

"Land of Living Flame" by E. Hoffman Price
"Too Bad To Kill" by Stan Warner
"Death Spurs" by R.T. Maynard
"Daughter of the Serpent" by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
Death Cove by Ray King
"The Fiend’s Club" by Harry F. Olmsted
"The Cannibal Floor" by Arthur J. Burks


Cover Artist: Rudolph Belarski
   
7x10, 112 pages, $12.95



Adventure House
Now available!

THRILLING WONDER STORIES - June 1943

"Through the Blackboard" by Joel Townsley Rogers
Unexpectedly tossed into the fourth dimension, little mathematics professor Noel Goug has an amazing chance to solve all of his personal problems while time stand motionless!

"Wobblies In the Moon" by Frank Belknap Long
"The Devil’s Fiddle" by N.R. de Mexico
"Children of the Gods" by D.D. Sharp
"Grief of Bagdad" by Kelvin Kent
"Two-Timing Man" by Thaedra Alden
"The Golden Temple" by Ray Cummings
"World of Living Dead" by Wilm Carver

Cover Artist: Earle Bergey

   
7x10, 128 pages, $14.95



Adventure House
Now available!

GANGSTER STORIES - November 1931

"Black Ice" by C.B. Yorke
"King Joe Dies" by E. Parke Levy
"Gangland"
“Ex-Dick—Feminine” by Margie Harris
“Doctor Jim” by Ward D. Binns
"Vice Racket" by Tom Champion
"Ducky Swings A Deal" by Homer Faust

Cover Artist: Tom Lovell

   
7x10, 156 pages, $14.95



Age of Aces
Now available!

SKY DEVIL: ACE OF DEVILS
By Harold F. Cruickshank


The Sky Devil and his Brood were riders of the hell trail! Nowhere along the Western Front could you find a more feared crew, both in their element or out. 120 Squadron could always be counted on to whip Germany's best Aces, out-scrap entire squadrons of Boche killers, or tackle not one, but two crazed Barons with an Egyptology fetish! But what happens when they find themselves up in a dirigible fighting a fleet of ghost zeppelins, or down in the English Channel battling ferocious deep water beasts, or even behind enemy lines dealing with a crazed Major Petrie? Plenty, and you can read it all here. The prolific Harold F. Cruickshank was a mainstay of Popular Publications’ aviation titles, with a series in each. For Battle Aces he wrote Sky Wolf; For Battle Birds he created Red Eagle; and in Dare-Devil Aces, from 1932 to 1935, he wrote the 29 tales of Sky Devil. This second volume from Age of Aces Books collects half of the run—15 stories in all—including the seminal story where Bill Dawe is rooked out of the command of 120 Squadron!

Stories include
“The Green Devils” – Dare-Devil Aces, July 1932
“Killer’s Drome” – Dare-Devil Aces, November 1932
“Ace of Devils” – Dare-Devil Aces, November 1933
“Skeleton’s Drome” – Dare-Devil Aces, December 1933
“The Sky Pirates” – Dare-Devil Aces, January 1934
“Staffel of Hate” – Dare-Devil Aces, February 1934
“The Flaming Vulture” – Dare-Devil Aces, March 1934
“No-Man’s Squadron” – Dare-Devil Aces, April 1934
“The Storm Buzzard” – Dare-Devil Aces, May 1934
“The Derelict Patrol” – Dare-Devil Aces, June 1934
“Staffel of Skeletons” – Dare-Devil Aces, July 1934
“Graveyard Staffel” – Dare-Devil Aces, September 1934
“The Stratosphere Patrol” – Dare-Devil Aces, February 1935
“The Undersea Buzzard” – Dare-Devil Aces, June 1935
“Staffel of Dead Men” – Dare-Devil Aces,September 1935

$16.99 | 6″x9″ trade paperback | 364 pages




The German Empire has unleashed Hell on Earth! The dead are climbing out of their graves and giant skeletons attack the living. Heads are detonating and soldiers are turning to bronze. But flying to the rescue like an avenging angel is America’s own “Brain Devil,” Captain Philip Strange, the phantom ace of G-2 Intelligence. Whether it’s deadly bridges or killer broadcasts, when the Allies need a miracle they pray for Philip Strange! This sixth volume of Donald Keyhoe’s flying spy features six weird World War I adventures: The Devil's Holocaust, Hell's Gateway, The Brain-Devil of G-2, Tombstone Tarmac, The Bridge of Death, and Hellions of Headless Death.

Stories include
“The Devil’s Holocaust,” – Flying Aces, June 1932
“Hell’s Gateway,” – Flying Aces, April 1932
“The Brain-Devil of G-2,” – Flying Aces, September 1932
“Tombstone Tarmac,” – Flying Aces, September 1933
“The Bridge of Death,” – Flying Aces, May 1935
“Hellions of Headless Death,” – Flying Aces, September 1936

$16.99 | 6″x9″ trade paperback | 322 pages


 

Airship 27 Productions
TALES FROM THE HANGING MONKEY VOLUME 2
MORE ADVENTURES IN THE SOUTH SEAS

Now available!

Airship 27 Productions is happy to announce the release of our second “Tales From The Hanging Monkey” anthology.

When Irishman Corky O’Brian opened his bar, the Hanging Monkey, on the island of Motugra he had no idea it would become a magnet for some of the most colorful rogues ever to ply their trades in the South Seas.  The cast includes his lovely, but deadly Chinese waitress Miko, Khuna the powerful island warrior, sea captain Nick Fortune and pilot Jimmy Dolan.

Together these five colorful characters fight their way through one breath-taking adventure after another courtesy of writers Bill Craig, J. Walt Layne, Don Gates, Nancy Hansen and Lee Houston Jr.  From chasing after a cursed diamond to uncovering the mystery of a lethal mermaid, when you stop in at the Hanging Monkey, there’s no telling what will happen next.

“Reaction to our first volume was overwhelming positive,” reports Airship 27 Productions Managing Editor Ron Fortier. “Enough so that we knew we had to whip up a second quartet of these fun adventures.”  Fortier then recruited professional artist Mike Harris to do the twelve interior illustrations with Award Winning Art Director Rob Davis taking on the cover to complete the project.

These are old fashion South Seas tales as done New Pulp style with fast paced action amidst tropical sea breezes that will have readers soon clamoring for more…Tales From the Hanging Monkey.



Now available at Amazon in paperback and soon on Kindle!

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!


Altus Press
Pulp Logo T-shirts

Now available!   

Thrilling Adventures 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

$22.95


Pecos Kid Western 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: grey fabric only.

$22.95

Captain Combat T-Shirt

This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp magazine from the 1940s. 
Normal fit: Classic-cut standard weight t-shirt for men, 100% pre-shrunk cotton, Brand: Gildan 
Note: black fabric only.
$22.95


Horror Stories 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.
$22.95
 
Doctor Death 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.
$22.95


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.
$22.95
The Mysterious Wu Fang 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.
$22.95

Dr. Yen Sin 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.
$22.95

Short Stories 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.
$22.95

Popular Publications Logo 1 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.
$27.95