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23 September 2016

2016 Pulp Shows

The Pulp Coming Attractions Pulp Shows page has been updated with available information on the presently known pulp & paperback shows scheduled for 2016!
Click on the PULP SHOWS link below or the icon at the top of the page and start making your reservations!


2017 VINTAGE SCI-FI 12-MONTH WALL CALENDAR - Now available!
(Cover) Allen Anderson

This collection of cover art from the Golden Age of Science Fiction captures the explosion of creativity, optimism, and experimentation that took place in America from the 1920s to the 1950s. Unknown writers such as Asimov, Bradbury, Sturgeon, and Clark got their start between the covers of these vintage pulp magazines, and the artwork was considered just as inspiring.

Journey back to the early days of science fiction—to witness the evolution of a genre through these twelve colorful and fantastic cover reproductions, faithfully restored and printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks. This is a true 12-month calendar featuring images that are perforated to fit any 11"x14" frame. It's a wire-bound collection of archival-quality prints, cleverly disguised as a calendar.


Collector's Eighth Edition
12 frame-ready 11"x14" reproductions of Golden Age pulp science fiction covers
Large format 11"x15" wall calendar opens to 11"x30"
Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks
Each month's image perforated for easy framing

Wall Calendar, 11x15, Full Color, $21.95







Adventure House

 Adventure House is currently adding a hundred or more ADVENTURE pulps to their website. 
New copies are added almost daily.  CLICK HERE to check out what's available.






Adventure House
Introducing ADVENTURE HOUSE ART!

Adventure House just completed their newest website, and it is chocked full of great pulp art. 
Over 9000 covers ready to browse. 

Want one of these great covers? 
Adventure House will custom print each 13x19, 8x11, 4x6 in your choice of glossy, semi-gloss and luster finishes.

Want something unique? 
How about a 28x40 Vinyl Banner, or a truly beautiful 14x20 canvas print, pre-stretched and ready to mount or frame.

Adventure House Art offers high grade printing, with high resolution scans. 
Our scans are from the original magazines, and not harvested from all over the internet and books. 
We have a watermark on our images, but will not be printed in the final product. 
All our standard prints are printed in a six ink process, with steadfast colors and high grade paper that will stand the test of time.




Adventure House
Now available!

HIGH ADVENTURE #150

25th Anniversary Edition
Stories from all across the pulp genres in a special expanded edition.


Aviation – Arthur J. Burks [Flight of the Yellow Girdle]
Action/Adventure – Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson [The Island of Forgotten Men]
Detective – Robert Leslie Bellem [Bund Blockade]
Hero – Robert Wallace [Murder of a Marionette]
Science Fiction – Norman A. Fox [Werwils of the Crystal Crypt]
Romance – Dorothy Dow [Bargain Husband]
Western – W.C. Tuttle [Hashknife Keeps a Faith]
War – William Cruickshank [Without Ether]
Weird Menace – Justin Case [Dark Night of Doom]
Sports – William O’Sullivan [Troubled Waters]

 
7x10, 226 pages, $15.95



Adventure House
Now available!

The Phantom Detective - Summer 1951

"Crimson Harvest" by Robert Wallace
The city was too clean to be true—but under its surface polish seethed crime and corruption!

"Final Lesson" by Roy Childers
"The Memory of Murder" by Norman A. Daniels
"A Fancy Case of Murder" by Thomas Thursday
"Cat Nipped" by Joe Archibald
"Dynamite Trail" by Benton Braden

 
7x10, 128 pages, $14.95


 
Adventure House
Now available!

Far East Adventure Stories – October 1930

"Into Satan’s Country" by H. Bedford-Jones
"Out of Papua" by Captain Fredric Borden
"Sea Gypsy" by Robert SierlingFar_East_October_1930
"North Of Rabul" by R. Craig Christensen
"The Final Adventure" by Burton Stanhope
"The Affair At Ain Kaboun" by Theodore Roscoe
"The Eyes of Ling Shan" by Arthur J. Burks
"Fall Our the Gentlemen" by Jack D’Arcy
Caste by John Gunn

Cover Artist: R.C. Wardel

 
7x10, 156 pages, $14.95


 
Adventure House
Now available!

Double Action Gang Magazine – December 1938

"Pay-Off" by R.D. Barrett
Could Cameo Corbin betray his trust and place a glamour girl’s fate above the vow he had made at the grave of a friend who had died, that Cameo might live!

"Murder Is No Picnic" by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
"Reefer Spawn" by E. Hoffman Price
"Bullet For the Numbers Czar" by Charles Boswell
"Death on the Desert" by Ross Russell
"You Can’t Win" by Leo Van Court
"Two Tongues In a Beak’s Ear" by James Rourke
"Curtains For Crooks" by Hapsburg Liebe

 
7x10, 112 pages, $14.95


 

Adventures in Bronze / Altus Press
THE WILD ADVENTURES OF PAT SAVAGE: SIX SCARLET SCORPIONS
Coming very soon!


Our September release is the first volume in the Wild Adventures of Pat Savage.
Move over, Nancy Drew and Annie Oakley, Doc Savage’s feisty cousin Patricia is getting her own series!

Written by Will Murray, the creator of Marvel Comics’ Squirrel Girl, and based on a outline by Doc Savage originator Lester Dent,
Six Scarlet Scorpions teams the bronze-skinned golden girl with Doc Savage associate Monk Mayfair in her first solo adventure.

Patricia Savage had come to Tulsa to speculate in oil. That was all. To make a quick killing and go home richer than before.

But when a man claiming that his blood had been drained to feed an unknown creature begs Pat for help, she drops everything and goes on the warpath.
Soon Pat and her business partner, Monk Mayfair, are on the run from the Oklahoma law. The proof of their guilt? Indelible scorpions tattooed to their faces!





Age of Aces Latest Dispatches
Now available on line!

My Most Thrilling Sky Fight: Captain Oswald Boelke - New!

“Sky Fighters, October 1933″ by Eugene M. Frandzen - New!


Altus Press
Altus Press Announces The Dime Detective Library Series 3
Premiere at the Pulp AdventureCon in Bordentown, NJ, on November 5, 2016.

Altus Press today announces Series 3 of its popular Dime Detective Library.

Running for twenty years, Popular Publications’ Dime Detective Magazine published thousands of high-quality hard-boiled stories by hundreds of authors, eventually becoming the most respected detective pulp magazine behind Black Mask. However, Dime Detective excelled at introducing long-running series characters, something Black Mask normally didn’t do. These series characters run the gamut of quirky detectives, completely unique and offbeat: the types of investigators which had never been seen before (and rarely repeated with such skill since).

Series 3 of The Dime Detective Library contains six collections of such fiction, each featuring one of Dime Detective’s long-running characters:

Altus Press
THE COMPLETE CASES OF THE DEAN, VOLUME 1
by Merle Constiner

Part-time detective/con artist Dean Wardlow Rock made his living as a purported fortune teller. Apparently an eccentric living encyclopedia—always using archaic words in casual conversation—this is actually a facade behind which The Dean operates in order to solve the case at hand. Written by Merle Constiner, The Dean appeared in nearly a score of stories published between 1940 and 1945 in the pages of Dime Detective, the prestigious crime pulp second only to the legendary Black Mask in its impact on the genre.


Altus Press
THE COMPLETE CASES OF MARIANO MERCADO, VOLUME 1
by D.L. Champion


A Germaphobic P.I. in Mexico City who has “a taste for clothing loud as a thunderbolt,” Mercado is considered “the smartest detective in Mexico.” Battling mystery as well as the corrupt Colonel Gomez of the Federal District Police, Mercado is is the first of his kind in popular fiction.



Altus Press
THE COMPLETE CASES OF THE MARQUIS OF BROADWAY, VOLUME 2
by John Lawrence


NYPD Lieutenant Martin Marquis and the officers of his hand-picked Broadway Squad are the toughest, most vicious cops in pulp-fiction history. “The Marquis,” as he is called along Manhattan’s Main Stem, is trim and dapper, with a weathered face and deep-set blue eyes. In marked contrast to the average plainclothes officer, he dresses like one of New York’s “swells,” generally showing up at crime scenes clad in smartly angled derby hat, black silk scarf, black kid gloves and shoes, dark suit, and ankle-length black Chesterfield coat. His appearance notwithstanding, the Marquis is practically a gangster with a badge, only marginally less corrupt than the underworld figures he pursues. Members of the Broadway Squad share his casual morality and frequently abuse their authority not only for financial gain but personal satisfaction as well.



 
Altus Press
THE COMPLETE CASES OF THE RAMBLER, VOLUME 2
by Fred MacIsaac


Created by Fred MacIsaac, at one time a redheaded journalist himself, Frank Murphy rambled through 19 terse, tough yarns published between 1933 and 1940 mainly in the pages of Dime Detective, the prestigious crime pulp second only to the legendary Black Mask in its impact on the genre.




 
Altus Press
THE COMPLETE CASES OF STEVE MIDNIGHT, VOLUME 1
by John K. Butler, introduction by John Wooley


Down and out former playboy Steven Middleton Knight’s fortune was destroyed by the Depression. Now a cabbie for the Red Owl Cab Company, he never fails to take on another mystery with each new fare. Created by John K. Butler, this fast-paced, Los Angeles-based hard-boiled series was published between 1940 and 1942 in the pages of Dime Detective, the prestigious crime pulp second only to the legendary Black Mask in its impact on the genre.


 
Altus Press
THE COMPLETE CASES OF BILL BRENT, VOLUME 1
by Frederick C. Davis


Meet “Lora Lorne,” the love advice columnist for the Recorder newspaper… in actuality, gruff reporter Bill Brent. Created by Frederick C. Davis, Brent stumbled through 16 stories published between 1941 and 1946 in the pages of Dime Detective,the prestigious crime pulp second only to the legendary Black Mask in its impact on the genre.


 

ATHENA VOLTAIRE AND THE VOLCANO GODDESS #2 - Coming in December!
Writer(s):  Steve Bryant
Artist Name(s): Steve Bryant   
Cover Artist(s): Steve Bryant, 
Gabriel Hardman

The Eisner-nominated adventures of Athena Voltaire continue in this latest installment! Athena flies to Hawaii in the hope of returning the artifact known as Pele’s Tears to the Kilauea Volcano, but deadly assassins, an old nemesis, and the Nazis all want the mystical item for themselves!

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99 (Bryant cover), On sale December 28.
Full Color, 32 pages, $4.99 (Allred cover), On sale December 28.

ATHENA VOLTAIRE AND THE VOLCANO GODDESS #2 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161054 (Bryant cover).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161055 (Hardman cover).




Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Now available!

THE SHADOW Superpack #4 - Collectable art prints and a Foreword by Michael Uslan
Sanctum Books collects nine thrilling Shadow novels including Theodore Tinsley's ultra-violent "Prince of Evil" saga in a deluxe collector's set. The Shadow investigates the sadistic machinations of Benedict Stark, attempts to rescue Harry Vincent from "The Murder Genius," uncovers a plot to murder Lamont Cranston in "The Man Who Died Twice" and becomes "The Devil's Paymaster" to end the Prince of Evil's murderous reign. Plus "Messenger of Death," "The Triple Trail," "Cyro" and "The Wasp Returns" by Walter Gibson, "Room 1313" by Bruce Elliott and a classic radio script, "The Comic Strip Killer." Plus, collectible art prints by Graves Gladney and a foreword by Batman film producer Michael Uslan. Softcover, 7x10, 528 pages, B&W, $49.95





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 28!

THE SHADOW Volume 113: "Legacy of Death" and "The Devil's Partner"—Spotlighting cabby Moe Shrevnitz
The Knight of Darkness and his cabby aide crush crime in classic pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson and Theodore Tinsley writing as "Maxwell Grant." First, when old Landis Framingham dies, his multimillion dollar estate becomes a "Legacy of Death" to his heirs! Then, The Shadow, Margo Lane and Shrevvy investigate a young man who has followed in his father's footsteps, first as a psychoanalyst and then as "The Devil's Partner." BONUS: a classic Shadow thriller from the Golden Age of Radio! This special collector's volume showcases the classic color pulp covers by George Rozen and Charles de Feo and the original interior illustrations by Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-221-6 Softcover, 7x10, 112 pages, B&W, $14.95

THE SHADOW VOLUME 113 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT162199.

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!

Modern Times : Jeff Deischer's New Argentverse novel

Jeff Deischer's Argentverse series continues with this new novel "Modern Times".  This series is an homage to the Silver Age of Comics that most of us remember.  These stories have the same types of heroic battles between Superheroes and Supervillains that we thrilled to in the 1960s and 1970s.  "Modern Times" actually takes that same spirit into the early part of the 21st Century.  It is comprised of three parts that at first seem to be separate but eventually reveal an underlying common thread.  Jeff writes a more adult type of story that is different from his earlier forays into the Artgentverse.  There are secret, twists, and surprises as the story unfolds.  If you love superheroes and comic action this is the book for you!

Past episodes:
Pulpfest 4: Argosy Artists and the Lamont Award
Rick Lai's Major Sabbath

PulpFest Lecture 3 - Collaborating with Philip Jose Farmer
Tommy Hancock: What's New at ProSe?

Pulpfest 5: Dick Enos
Jon C. Breuning : "The Midnight Guardian Hour of Darkness"

Strange Days : An Argent Universe novel by Jeff Deischer
Jim Beard and the "Super Swingin' Heroes 1968 Special "
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Volume 8 with Ian Watson and George Kuch


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

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

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


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


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



Bold Venture Press
ZORRO: The Complete Pulp Adventures Volume 3
by Johnston McCulley

Now available!

Zorro rides again in new editions from Bold Venture Press

Bold Venture Press presents the complete original pulp adventures of Zorro! Volume three presents Zorro Rides Again, a full-length adventure never reprinted since its original 1931 publication. With a shock of disbelief, the old Spanish California village heard that its friend Zorro was now attacking the weak and helpless! Hated by those who once worshiped him, hounded by the soldiery, the proud Zorro again becomes an outlaw to regain his stolen honor. In addition to Zorro Rides Again, this edition includes eleven thrill-packed short stories, published as a continuing series in West, the legendary pulp fiction magazine. There’s action aplenty in “Zorro Draws His Blade” when the masked swordsman first duels with Sergeant Manuel Garcia. Also: John E. Petty, film lecturer and pop culture author, examines Zorro’s exploits in Saturday matinee serials.

Trade paperback, 6 x 9, 322 pages, $19.95
ISBN-13:  9781537128962


Volume 4 — On sale November 2016
Volume 5 — On sale January 2017
Volume 6 — On sale March 2017



   

THE BRONZE GAZETTE
Now available!

We're taking pre-orders for official Bronze Gazette gear!

The items will debut at the Arizona Doc Con XIX the weekend of November 4-6 in Glendale Arizona with mail orders fill shortly after.

Embroidered hats are $25.00 and 100% cotton preshrunk t-shirts are $20.00 for sizes S-2XL and $23.00 for sizes 3XL and 4XL.

The merchandise will be available for pick up at the convention or by mail for a small shipping fee.

These items will be made to order , so please get your requests in by September 30th to insure you get one!

Contact Terry Allen at docsavagefan@yahoo.com to put in your reservation
 


 



Castalia House Blog - Now online!

Short Reviews – The Starbusters, by Alfred Coppel, Jr. - New!
The 2016 H. P. Lovecraft Re-read: The Colour Out of Space - New!
Short Reviews – S.O.S. Aphrodite, by Stanley Mullen
The 2016 H. P. Lovecraft Re-read: The Call of Cthulhu

Centipede Press - Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser series coming in December 2017!

Centipede Press is hard at work on the complete Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser series by Fritz Leiber.

This is nine volume set, which has one complete volume full of archival artwork from old editions, fanzines, and magazines.
Each of the books is illustrated by a major artist, including Tom Kidd, Richard Hescox, Grant Griffin, and many others.
There are a ton of extras: interviews, all of Fritz Leiber’s various introductions, related stories, partial stories, letters, essays by Fritz Leiber, and more.
There will be 300 sets signed, in a slipcase, and then an extra number of unsigned copies, also in a slipcase.
We are looking to have the set published by December 2017, so a little over a year away. It will probably run around $450 for a signed set.
There may also be an oversize (8 x 12 or so) deluxe set, which would probably cost $250 per volume.



CHILDREN OF LOVECRAFT TPB - Now available!
Various (Writers) and Mike Mignola (Cover)

Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s stories shaped modern horror more than any other author’s in the last two centuries: Cthulhu, the Old Ones, Herbert West: Reanimator, and more terrifying nightmares emerged from the mythos of this legendary writer.

Dark Horse teams up with Hugo and Bram Stoker Award–winning editor Ellen Datlow to bring you this anthology of original prose stories that are inspired by Lovecraft’s mythos.

Features work by Richard Kadrey, Brian Hodge, A. C. Wise, Siobhan Carroll, Orrin Grey, and many more, with a stunning cover by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola.


Trade Paperback, 5.25" x 8", 384 pages, $19.99



Clive Cussler: PIRATE - Now available!

An 800-year-old treasure . . . an ancient cypher wheel . . . a brutal murder . . . and a man who will stop at nothing to claim what he considers rightfully his.

Husband-and-wife treasure-hunting team Sam and Remi Fargo have gone on impossible missions before and faced many perils, but never have they faced an adversary as determined as the one before them now. The battle will take them halfway around the world, and at its end will be either one of the most glorious finds in history—or certain death.


Hardcover, 400 pages, List Price: $29.00


Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe [Blu-ray] - Now available!

"Commando Cody, the venerable Sky Marshal of the Universe (Judd Holdren, Captain Video, Master of the Stratosphere), along with trusted aids Joan Gilbert (Aline Towne, Radar Men from the Moon) and Ted Richards (William Schallert, TV s The Patty Duke Show) and later joined by Dick Preston (Richard Crane, The Eternal Sea), must foil the various schemes of The Ruler (Gregory Gay, Flying Disc Man from Mars), an evil alien life form hell-bent on taking over Earth.

All twelve pulse-pounding episodes of Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (including Enemies of the Universe, Nightmare Typhoon, Robot Monster from Mars and the exciting final installment, Captives of the Zero Hour), directed by Fred C. Brannon (The Invisible Monster, The Crimson Ghost), Harry Keller (Tammy and the Doctor) and Franklin Adreon (Panther Girl of the Kongo) are now available for your home viewing enjoyment in one exciting package.

Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe also features Craig Kelly (The Furies), Dale Van Sickel (Johnny Reno), Gloria Pall (The Crimson Kimino), and William Henry (Secret of the Incas)."

Actors: Judd Holdren, Aline Towne, William Schallert, Gregory Gaye, Richard Crane
Directors: Fred C. Brannon, Harry Keller, Franklin Andreon
Format: NTSC, Subtitled
Language: English
Subtitles: English
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Olive Films
Run Time: 360 minutes

$29.95


CONAN THE SLAYER #3 - Arriving in comic shops September 28!

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Sergio Dávila
Color:
Michael Atiyeh
Cover: 
Admira Wijaya

While on a raid, Conan and a small party of Kozaki riders—including the chief’s son—are separated from the rest of the tribe and attacked by a sea witch. Meanwhile, in their absence, disastrous events are unfolding at the Kozaki camp.

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99





CONAN THE SLAYER #6 - Coming in December!
Cullen Bunn (Writer), Sergio Dávila (Art), Michael Atiyeh (Color), and Admira Wijaya (Cover)

In pursuit of his traitorous brother, the inexperienced new chief of the Kozaks has foolishly ventured into the bowels of Gorey Castle. The callow youth’s only hope now is his bodyguard, Conan—will the Cimmerian reach him in time? Superstar writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, Uncanny X-Men) and artist Sergio Dávila (Red Sonja, Swords of Sorrow) wrap up their first thrilling story arc!

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale December 28.

CONAN THE SLAYER #6 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT160033.


DARK HORSE PRESENTS #29 - Coming in December!
Paul Levitz (Writer), Carla Speed McNeil (Writer/Art), Kaare Andrews (Writer), Dean Haspiel (Writer/Art), John Nadeau (Writer/Art), Dan Jolley (Writer), Francesco Francavilla (Writer/Art/Cover), Tim Hamilton (Art), and Troy Nixey (Art)

This month, Dark Horse is celebrating a decade of Francesco Francavilla in comics!

Features a stunning cover as well as the continuation of Francavilla’s The Black Beetle in Kara Bocek! Plus, Dean Haspiel brings his popular webcomic The Red Hook to print!

This issue also features the continuation of favorites Brooklyn Blood by Paul Levitz and Tim Hamilton; Finder: Chase the Lady by Carla Speed McNeil; The Black Sinister by Kaare Andrews, Troy Nixey, and Dave McCaig; and Murder Society by John Nadeau and Dan Jolley!


Full Color, 48 pages, $7.99, On sale December 21.

DARK HORSE PRESENTS #29 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT160056.




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

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

Trade paperback, 7x10, 160 pages, Full Color, $19.99, On sale December 7.


DEJAH THORIS: SOLDIER OF MEMORY is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161445.



The Digest Enthusiast Blog - Now online!

Kelly Freas 10, Emsh 8
- New!
Off Beat Detective Stories! - New!
Robert Bloch’s Broomstick Ride - New!
The Shadow: Crime Over Casco - New!
Dead Yellow Women by Dashiell Hammett
Isaac Asimov’s The Gentle Vultures
Ellery Queen’s 75th Anniversary Edition
Pulp Literature #11 Summer 2016
The Pulpster #25  


Doc Con 2016
November 4, 5 & 6, 2016

Doc Con will be held November 4, 5 & 6, 2016.
Request that vacation time...mark those calendars and let everyone know you will be in Phoenix the first weekend of November.
Special plans are still being made to make this the best Doc Con ever!
So stay tuned for more details to follow as soon as we can announce them.


 Doc Con in a box 2016 and t-shirt pre-orders now open!

It's getting to be that time again and , like last year, I'll be helping out all of you who can't attend Doc Con XIX in Glendale, Az in November by reserving some of the top swag and making it available to you via mail.

So far, the confirmed contents of  in the 2016 "Doc Con in a Box " will be an exclusive signed and numbered lithograph created by Joe DeVito for Doc Con and signed by Joe and Will Murray, the full color program full of interviews and articles and a Doc Con tote bag.  
The current estimate for the Doc Box is $30.00 plus shipping.
I'd expect the price to go up $10.00 - $20.00 depending on how much additional items I can confirm quantities of.
I don't need any money right now, just your promise to pay and I'll put you on the reservation list.

Also, I'm taking pre-orders for the official Doc Con 2016 T-Shirt , "Got Doc? " along with matching hats.
The shirts are the usual 100% cotton preshrunk shirt like previous years. The hats are high quality with embroidered design.
The shirts will be available in Men's and women's sizes S- 2XL for $20.00 and 3 XL - 4XL for $23.00The hats run $25.00

EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS’ THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT #2 - Arriving in comic shops September 28!
(Writer) Mike Wolfer (Art) Giancarlo Caracuzzo (Cover) Mike Wolfer, Chris Scalf'

They have found the fabled island continent of Caspak… And now, they might be buried there! Abby Tyler and her research team face an unfathomable scenario: Somehow, they have traveled back in time and have come face-to-face with not only Bowen Tyler himself, but also the evil Baron von Schoenvorts and the crew of the U-33. To their knowledge, World War I still rages outside the walls of Caspak, and von Schoenvorts will stop at nothing to escape the island prison. But will any of them survive being attacked by a pack of vicious Allosaurus?

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99






Edgar Rice Burroughs
TARZAN ON THE PRECIPICE by Michael A Sanford
Now available in eBook format!

At the conclusion of the classic TARZAN OF THE APES by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan is despondent but assured he did what was honorable by enabling Jane to leave with his cousin, William Clayton (who believes he is the rightful heir to the Greystoke estate and can appropriately provide for Jane when they marry). But what then? There has never been an explanation of Tarzan’s activities after his presence in Wisconsin and before he begins his voyage back to Africa—until now!

This story is full of fantasy, imaginative fiction and adventure – It grabs your attention from the beginning and keeps it to the very end. As Tarzan travels north, you will have visions of Canada that will make you feel as if you are there, touching and feeling all that Tarzan does. Thinking time and again that Tarzan’s demise is imminent, he escapes only to encounter still more dangers, with each episode building more suspense and anticipation for the next. Tarzan’s discovery of a lost Viking civilization and the author’s description and explanation of it will bring you a clear picture of village life and the gruesome realities of their existence.

While you may think this is a novel of pure fiction, archaeologists are continuing to discover new Viking sites in North America. Just recently, satellite technology has revealed intriguing evidence of a second Norse settlement further south than ever before known. A new Canadian site was discovered after infrared images from 400 miles in space showed possible man-made impressions under layers of vegetation with telltale signs of iron working. And now you will have the opportunity, while joining Tarzan, to unearth and experience this new discovery.

Of course, TARZAN ON THE PRECIPICE has a double meaning. He is indeed chained with his life hanging in the balance on the precipice of a volcanic crater, but he is also on the precipice of the rest of his life, not knowing his future, abandoning his right of birth as an English Lord and bereft of the thing in life he cherishes most, Jane. All that is left for him now is Africa, which is at least known to him. Enjoy this tale and join Tarzan on his Canadian adventure as he prepares to return to Africa and a future even he cannot predict.


  
TARZAN ON THE PRECIPICE
Copyright © 2016 Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Tarzan of the Apes copyright © 1912 Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Trademarks TARZAN®, TARZAN OF THE APES™ AND
   EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS® owned by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. and Used by Permission
First Edition—June 2016
Designed by Matthew Moring/Altus Press




EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS’ TARZAN: THE JESSE MARSH YEARS OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 TPB - Coming in February!
Gaylord DuBois (Writer), Robert P. Thompson (Writer), and Jesse Marsh (Art/Cover)

The incomparable nineteen-year Tarzan collaboration of artist Jesse Marsh and writer Gaylord DuBois remains an enduring, singular vision, captivating readers and earning the acclaim of artists from Russ Manning to Los Bros. Hernandez. These iconic adventures live again in Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Years Omnibus, meticulously restored and value priced. Collects Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Archives Volumes 1, 2, and 3.

Trade paperback, 7x10, Full Color, 720 pages, $29.99, On sale February 22.

THE JESSE MARSH OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT160072.



EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS' TARZAN ON THE PLANET OF THE APES #1 (OF 5) - Arriving in comic shops September 28!

Written by Tim Seeley and David F. Walker
Art by Fernando Dagnino


This September, two franchises collide in a new world that finds Tarzan raised by "Planet of the Apes" mainstays Zira and Cornelius alongside their biological son Milo -- and that's just where the story begins.

Writers Tim Seely and Dave Walker are interviewed on the Comic Book Resources website at the link below.






EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS’ TARZAN ON THE PLANET OF THE APES #4 (OF 5) - Coming in December!
Tim Seeley (Writer), David Walker (Writer), Fernando Dagnino (Art), Sandra Molina (Color), and Duncan Fegredo (Cover)

Tarzan and Caesar uncover more worlds than their own at stake when they follow a new ally below the surface of the earth to fight the monsters threatening to rise up.

Full Color, 720 pages, $29.99, On sale December 28.

TARZAN ON THE PLANET OF THE APES #4 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT160071.




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


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

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale December 7.

FLASH GORDON: KING'S CROSSING #2 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161449 (Hamm cover).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161450 (Margarida cover).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161451 (Castro cover).

 
 
 



The Golden Age - Now online!

It's Talk Like a Pirate Day! - New!
N.C. Wyeth illustrating Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island
Some Great Pulp Covers - 1930's - 40's ~ Art By Belarski, Rozen, Saunders, Anderson, Ward, Howitt and others
Some Great Paperback Book Covers ~ art by Rudolph Belarski and others...but mostly Belarski


THE GREEN HORNET: REIGN OF THE DEMON #1 (of 4)  - Coming in December!
Writer: David Liss
Art: Kewber Baal
Cover A: Ken Lashley
Cover B: Anthony Marques

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery for most people, it could be the deadliest for The Green Hornet and Kato. With their vigilantism tearing apart organized crime, Chicago is visited by two more masked individuals: one claiming to be a friend and the other…their most formidable foe yet!

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale December 21.

GREEN HORNET: REIGN OF THE DEMON #1 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161422 (Lashley cover).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161423 (Marques cover).




ILLUSTRATORS MAGAZINE #15 - Arriving in comic shops September 28!

Dave McKean: The art of Dave McKean takes many forms, from painting to scuplture, illustration to film making,always restless, always inventive and always inspiring. Join us and discover a truly visionary talent. Andy Thomas: Ride ther high country as we saddle up and join this six figure selling artist. Jonathan Bell: enter the kaleidoscope wotld of illustrator and animator. Sam Peffer: Bruise your knuckles to the noir art of this great paperback cover artist.

Magazine, 96 pages, Full Color, $24.99





JAMES BOND #12  - Coming in December!
Writer: Warren Ellis
Art: Jason Masters
Cover: Dom Reardon


EIDOLON, CHAPTER 6: The explosive conclusion to the second JAMES BOND 007 story - Eidolon are in the open, British Intelligence is cracked and in disarray, friends are dead and enemies seem unstoppable - can James Bond intercept the most direct strike of all, from the dead hand of SPECTRE to the heart of British government?

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale December 21.

JAMES BOND #12 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161465.



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

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

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale December 14.

JAMES BOND: HAMMERHEAD #3 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161466.



Jerry Schneider Enterprises
Now available!

FANTASTIC ADVENTURES, October 1941

Contents
THE EARTHQUAKE GIRL by Joseph J. Millard
THUNDER OVER WASHINGTON by William P. McGivern
QUEEN OF THE LIVING PUPPETS by Don Wilcox
TINK TAKES A HAND by William P. McGivern
THE PERFECT HIDEOUT by P. F. Costello
THE GODDESS OF LOVE by Duncan Farnsworth
THE TRUTHFUL LIAR by John York Cabot

Pulp Sized Magazine, 7 x 10 inch, 148 pages
$12.95


KING'S QUEST #5 (OF 5) - Arriving in comic shops September 28!
Writer: Ben Acker, Heath Corson
Art: Dan McDaid

Cover A: Marc Laming
Cover B: Jonathan Lau
Cover C Subscription: Colton Worley


FLASH GORDON, THE PHANTOM, MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN, PRINCE VALIANT & JUNGLE JIM ARE GOING TO DIE!!!!! (unless they act super-heroic and defeat every flying space monster and evil laser-wielding foot soldier in the galaxy)

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99

 
 
 

KINGS QUEST TP - Coming in December!
Writer: Ben Acker, Heath Corson
Art: Dan McDaid
Cover: Marc Laming

The greatest comic strip heroes of all time, united to battle a menace bazillions of light years from Earth! Ming the Merciless, conqueror of worlds, failed to claim our planet for his empire, thanks to its mightiest champions: Flash Gordon, Mandrake the Magician, Prince Valiant, Jungle Jim, and two generations of The Phantom. Their home saved, our heroes strike out upon a new daring, space-faring quest: to save one of their own from Ming's dastardly clutches, the intrepid reporter Dale Arden!

Trade paperback, 7x10, 128 pages, Full Color, $19.99, On sale December 14.

KINGS QUEST TPB is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161453.



KONG OF SKULL ISLAND TPB - Coming in February!
Writer: James Asmus
Artist: Carlos Magno
Main Cover: Nick Robles

From James Asmus (Thief of Thieves, All-New Inhumans) and Carlos Magno (Lantern City, Planet of the Apes) comes the authorized origin of Kong.
Two fractured and combative civilizations are forced to unite when their island is destroyed.
Washing up on the shores of Skull Island, they must defend their people against an endless horde of dinosaurs and monsters. With the help of Kong lies hope for survival.
Collects issues #1-#6 of the ongoing series.


Trade paperback, 7x10, 112 pages, Full Color, $16.99, On sale February 15.


KONG OF SKULL ISLAND TPB is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161294.


KONG OF SKULL ISLAND #6 (OF 6) - Coming in December!
Writer: James Asmus
Artist: Carlos Magno
Main Cover: Nick Robles

The two queens will fight to ensure domain over their new civilizations, while the Kongs must tear down the monstrous king of the island.

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale December 21.

KONG OF SKULL ISLAND #6 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161317.



Martin Grams' Blog - Now online!

Free streaming video from the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention
The Shadow of Fu Manchu Radio Program
Bruce Lee as Kato on the Green Hornet


Murder in a One-Hearse Town (Isabel & Alma Trumbo Cozy Mystery Series Book 6) - Now available!
by Ed Lynskey

For their next mystery, Isabel and Alma Trumbo, the ace sister sleuths living in Quiet Anchorage, Virginia, are called in by Sheriff Roscoe Fox to investigate the puzzling murder taking place in the florist shop. The late Moses Eppes worked briefly for Corina Moccasin, the owner of Azul Lagos Florist Shop, during the busy year’s end holidays, and she now finds him dead here in May. Isabel and Alma quickly develop three murder suspects, including Moses’ ex-wife Liz, the hardware store owner Blaine Matthiessen, and the local plumber Sean O’Flaherty. Isabel and Alma call on their young helper Sammi Jo Garner and their elderly gentlemen friends known as the Three Musketeers for their able assistance. Murder in a One-Hearse Town is a clean read and a traditional whodunit set in a charming small town. Join Isabel and Alma when they set off on solving their latest mystery that is as fun and challenging for them as it is for the reader.

Kindle Price:    $3.99

Mystery Men (Argent) - Now available!
by Jeff Deischer, Tom Johnson (Introduction)

Mystery Men contains three interrelated short stories, as the Crimson Crusader (a vigilante), Karma (a martial artist) and Dr. Stellar (a scientist) each face a different aspect of a deadly threat to mankind. These heroes bridge the gap between pulp vigilantes and superheroes, operating in the 1936 Argentverse.


Paperback: 152 pages
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
$13.00





The New Pulp Heroes - Now online!

The Centipede (Villain)

Super Incorporated
The Hood

PATHFINDER: WORLDSCAPE #3 (OF 6) - Coming in December!
Writer: Erik Mona
Art: Jonathan Lau

Cover A: Reilly Brown
Cover B: Tom Mandrake
Cover C Subscription: Sean Izaakse


Kyra the cleric has been trapped in the Worldscape for seven days, a compassionate soul surrounded on all sides by liars, murderers, and thieves. When her heroics draw the attention of fellow dimensional fugitive John Carter of Mars, Kyra learns of potential allies who will ensure that she need not fight the darkness alone! Co-starring Red Sonja! The sides are drawn in the great battle between warriors of three worlds in a tale written by Pathfinder publisher Erik Mona (Pathfinder: Hollow Mountain) with art from Jonathan Lau (Red Sonja and Cub). Contains a Pathfinder RPG rules appendix and a bonus pull-out poster map!


Full Color, 32 pages, $4.99, On sale December 21.

PATHFINDER: WORLDSCAPE #3 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161474 (Brown cover).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161475 (Mandrake cover).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161476 (Izaakse cover).


 

 



PRE-CODE CLASSICS: SPACE BUSTERS/SPACE PATROL/NIGHTMARE VOLUME 1 HC - Coming in March!
(Writer) Harry Harrison (Art) Norman Saunders & Various (Cover) Norman Saunders

This one's got it all: painted cover art by Allen Anderson, interior art from the great Murphy Anderson, and "The True Story of Flying Saucers" written by Harry Harrison.
When the saucers do come then, heck, I want 'em to look like these babies!

Collects Space Busters #1-2 (Spring 1952 and Fall 1952), Space Patrol #1-2 (Summer 1952 and Fall 1952), and Nightmare #1-2 (Summer 1952 and Fall 1952).

Hardcover, 7x10, 216 pages, Full Color, $59.99, On sale March 1.


PRE-CODE CLASSIC: SPACE BUSTERS/SPACE PATROL/NIGHTMARE VOLUME 1 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161742.




PULPDOM - Now online!

PulpdomOnline #12 - New!

Contents
 "The Legend of Tarzan (2016)" Reviewed by John Guidry
"Movie Comments" by Caz
"THE OTHER PAL-UL-DON: Part I - As It Evolved in Dell Comics" by Mike Taylor
"JANE CARVER OF WAARE by Nathan Long" Reviewed by Mike Taylor
"SWORDS OF WAARE by Nathan Long" Reviewed by Mike Taylor
"The Golden Anniversary of Tarzan and the Valley of Gold" by Caz
"LORDS OF SERPENT LAND by Alan Connel" Reviewed by Mike Taylor

Pulpdom is a magazine about the old pulp magazines of the early 20th century and the authors whowrote for them.
With 75 issues in 15 years, it has published over 2000 pages of articles, essays, short biographies, artwork, book reviews and pulp magazine covers, from the 1890s through modern times.


All 85 back issues on disk for $25 postage paid, allow 10 days (this includes the 10 "Online" issues to date).
Links to a PULPDOM Index and the contents of each issue are at Pulpdom.com.



Pulpgen-Online Pulps - Now online!

New this week

"Four-F Charley" by Carter Sprague from EXCITING SPORTS, Fall (October), 1943
Murphy's Game Leg Made It Tough Going - Especially When Star Back Brace Got Hep to His Weakness!

"Design for Death" by William G. Bogart from POPULAR DETECTIVE, January, 1936
Dawson Puts His Fists Into a Poison Mystery Marked by a Sinister Symbol!

"They Looked Upon Death" by Frank Johnson from G-MEN DETECTIVE, September, 1947
Attorney Don Murdoch didn't expect the nightmare of evil that enveloped him when he rescued a girl from her doom!



Pulp Adventurecon
November 5, 2016!

Altus Press Announces The Dime Detective Library Series 3
Premiere at the Pulp AdventureCon in Bordentown, NJ, on November 5, 2016.




Pulp Crazy - Now online!

Review: Night’s Dominion #1 by Ted Naifeh
PulpFest 2016 – Guest of Honor, Ted White
PulpFest 2016 – FarmerCon XI Author Readings
Pulp Crazy’s PulpFest 2016 Convention Report
Pulp Den - Now online!

Crossroads of Fate - New!
Mouthpiece
Blackstar Bomber

Brannan's Chase
         Pulp Den  

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

Adventure magazine covers featuring a pirate - New!
Treasures hidden within books - New!
Adventure cover artist - Roy J. Pomeroy
Blog with world war 1 stories scans
M. Leone Bracker - illustrator,poster designer
Pulpfest 2016 - a few photos


The Pulp Hermit - Now online!

Dead Letter
The Shadow In Review
The Baroness #1
Small But Deadly Wars
Collector's Guide To Trading Cards
Hell's Hostages
The Pulp.Net  - Now online!
The Pulp.Net features three ongoing blogs!
Pulp Super-Fan blog written by Michael R. Brown, That's Pulp by John Olsen, and the long-running Yellowed Perils written by William Lampkin.

That's Pulp! by John Olsen

TMM #1: The Grove of Death - New!
How bug-eyed was my monster?
Commando Cody now on DVD and Blu-ray
Perry Mason: novels #19 and #20
Yellowed Perils by William Lampkin

Bits of pulp: Foundation, Jedi, & more
PulpFest 2016 reports
PulpFest 2016, days 3-4
PulpFest 2016, day 2


James Madison University Libraries will host the first Pulp Studies Symposium on October 7-8, 2016.
JMU Special Collections recently acquired a large number of original Love Story issues that represent its entire publication run,
and is thrilled to feature them to promote the Pulp Studies Symposium.
Laurie Powers will be one of the plenary speakers at the Symposium. She will be speaking about Daisy Bacon and LOVE STORY.

James Madison University
880 Madison Drive
Harrisonburg, VA 22807



Radio Archives
The Spider #29 Audiobook
Slaves of the Murder Syndicate

by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Read by Nick Santa Maria

Now available!

Never before had a shrewd criminal leader so successfully defied the Law — and the Spider’s sure vengeance! A powerful Eastern murder syndicate, employing two deadly weapons, held America for ransom, spreading pain and terror and red destruction... Never had the Spider’s struggle against the Underworld seemed so futile, for the name of Richard Wentworth was disgraced, his fortune was forfeit, and his beloved had betrayed him into the hands of the police — and certain death!

Richard Wentworth saw himself as a man on a holy mission, a self-appointed messiah with a martyr complex. A Christ covered in cobwebs:
 
He was the champion of oppressed humanity, its shield and protector against the murderous outbreaks of the Underworld; wherever crime struck terribly, that way he hastened, taking up the challenge. The police had offered rewards totaling thousands of dollars for his capture “dead or alive.” And the Underworld hated him, and plotted his destruction with a fierceness bred of abject terror.
 
But the Spider was indifferent alike to proscription by the Underworld and dogged persecution by police. Evading their bullets and traps, he continued to fight his thankless battle as humanity’s paladin....
 
And the Spider seemed to rejoice in being outnumbered by impossible odds. Captured by a modern-day buccaneer in one epic, Wentworth shrugged off the mood of black despair which often came over him when defeat seemed imminent:
 
One man against more than a hundred pirates, of course, a hundred killers. The Spider knew that, but it did not check the wild impulse to laughter that squeezed his lungs. It was no wonder that men call the Spider mad!
 
Nick Santa Maria reads this exciting suspense story of murder, mayhem and mystery that perfectly evokes 1936 Manhattan. Slaves of the Murder Syndicate originally published in The Spider magazine, February, 1936.
 
5 hours - $9.99 Download / $19.98 Audio CDs



Radio Archives
Radio Archives Pulp Classics
The Spider #113 eBook, February 1943
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Now available!
 
Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine. As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.
 
Another epic exploit of America’s best-loved pulp-fiction character of the 1930s and 1940s: The Spider — Master of Men! Richard Wentworth — the dread Spider, nemesis of the Underworld, lone wolf anti-crime crusader who always fights in that grim no-man’s land between Law and lawless — returns in vintage pulp tales of the Spider, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Meet the Spider! by Will Murray
 
The Web — A Department
Conducted by The Chief
Where the Spider fans spin their own yarns.
 
Book-Length Spider Novel
Secret City of Crime by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
It looked like suicide when the Spider appeared in Times Square in broad daylight challenging the world to take him alive. Nita and Ram Singh tried to save him from himself, but the Spider knew that only in this way could he crash that bizarre underground labyrinth known as crime’s secret city — in time to prevent a mass murder of civilians that would shock the nation.
 
Reserved Seats — For Murder — An “Ed Race” Story by Emile C. Tepperman
Ed Race is forced to witness a new finale to his sensational act — a feature guaranteed to assure the Masked Marksman a headline billing — in the death house!
 
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


Radio Spirits

Watch out, criminal masterminds! That martini-sipping playboy in the slick tux isn't who you think he is! He's not just Lamont Cranston, wealthy man about town -- he's The Shadow! He's the one who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men!
Orson Welles, Bill Johnstone, Bret Morrison and John Archer take their turns as the eerie voice of the unseen crime-smasher in 18 thrill-packed episodes!

Includes two Australian episodes starring Lloyd Lamble, and a Program Guide by Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.

Episodes Include: Murder on Approval 06-12-38; The Creeper 11-03-40; The Voice of Death 12-08-40; Joey's Christmas Story 12-22-40; The Ghost of Caleb Mackenzie 01-26-41; Altar of Death 03-15-42; The Mystery of Madman's Deep 10-25-42; The Wailing Corpse 11-08-42; The Lady in Black 11-22-42; The Juggernaut (Australian) 12-26-43; The Case of the Flaming Skull 03-18-45; Spotlight on the Duchess (Australian) 11-04-45; The Dreams of Death 04-28-46; Curse of the Gypsies 10-05-47; Death Has Eight Arms 11-02-47; One Dead and Two to Go 02-01-48; The Drum of Obi 10-24-48; Death and the Crown of Odalph 01-02-49

Note: The audio quality of some of these episodes is imperfect. They are included here as the only surviving audio from these historic broadcasts.


Duration: 9 hours
Media: (9) CDs
Price: $35.95


RED SONJA #0   - Coming in December!
Writer: Amy Chu
Art: Carlos Gomez
Cover: Nick Bradshaw


25¢ INTRODUCTORY PRICED ISSUE!

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

Full Color, 24 pages, $0.25, On sale December 14.

RED SONJA #0 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT161419.





SENTINELS: THE DARK CRUSADE
Now available in Trade Paperback and on Kindle!


The Latest Epic Adventure in “The World’s Greatest Superhero Novel Series” Continues!

White Rocket Books proudly announces the release in trade paperback and Kindle e-book formats of Van Allen Plexico’s SENTINELS: THE DARK CRUSADE, the eighth adventure in the famed and very popular cosmic superhero novel series.

Debuting in 2008 with Sentinels: When Strikes the Warlord from Swarm Press, Plexico’s Sentinels series has built a worldwide base of enthusiastic fans eager for another installment in the action-packed series.  Now, after a nearly four-year wait, the new volume has arrived!

As the new novel begins, our heroes find themselves trapped on opposite sides of a galactic civil war. The seemingly heroic “Law” has seized control of a vast starfleet and launched an interstellar invasion of the alien Kur-Bai Empire, allegedly to defend the Earth. But some of the Sentinels know the truth: Law is not the hero he appears to be, and his intentions are decidedly megalomaniacal—and deadly. Will Pulsar, Wendy, Esro and the others join with our alien opponents, or will they be forced to side with the Sentinels’ greatest enemy of all?

Presenting the eighth volume in the series and the middle installment in the current SENTINELS story arc, “The Earth – Kur-Bai War.”  Interior illustrations are by fan-favorite series artist Chris Kohler, who also continues as cover artist for this trilogy, assisted with fantastic color work by the incomparable Sarah White.  And in the time since the last volume, Plexico himself has become a “Novel of the Year” and “Anthology of the Year” winner (2015 Pulp Factory Awards).

“Readers of the series have waited quite a while for this new installment,” says Plexico of THE DARK CRUSADE, “and we think they will find it worth the wait. This book includes major developments for just about every character we’ve come to care about, from Lyn and Wendy to Shiva and Vanadium to Esro, Mondy and Wolf. Plus the newer favorites get their extended turns in the spotlight, with subplots for Black Dragon, Star Knight, the Red Star, and even Otto. And of course lots of good old-fashioned superhero action!”

"Van Allen Plexico has proven he is more than capable of standing shoulder to shoulder (with) some of the greatest superhero writers in history,” says Percival Constantine, author of the Vanguard series.
"Spectacular.  Action-packed. Imaginative and wonderful,” adds Pulp Fiction Reviews.  “If you grew up loving the Avengers comic books from Marvel, these books are for you in a big, big way.”
Now in its twelfth year, White Rocket Books is a leader in the New Pulp movement, publishing exciting action and adventure novels and anthologies, in both traditional and electronic formats.   White Rocket books have hit the Amazon.com Top 5-by-Genre and reached #1 on the New Pulp Bestsellers List, and have garnered praise from everyone from Marvel Comics Vice-President Tom Brevoort and Avengers scribe David Michelinie to Kirkus Reviews.

SENTINELS: THE DARK CRUSADE is a $15.95, 6x9 format trade paperback from White Rocket Books. 
(Previous volumes in the series are available in two omnibus paperbacks, and each is a $2.99 e-book for Kindle and other e-readers.)
210 pages; 5 full-page illustrations by Chris Kohler
ISBN-13:   978-0984139293 (6x9 Trade Paperback)



The Shadow - Under the Blue Light - Now online!

The Star of Delhi
- New!
Death Has Gray Eyes - New!
The Yellow Band
The Magigal's Mystery
The Python
 
SHANG-CHI: MASTER OF KUNG FU OMNIBUS VOLUME 2 HC
Arriving in some comic shops September 28.
Some comic shops served out of Diamond's Plattsburgh distribution center will receive their copies October 5!



Written by Doug Moench, Paul Gulacy, Archie Goodwin & Scott Edelman
Penciled by Paul Gulacy, Sal Buscema, Jim Craig, Keith Pollard, Mike Zeck, Pat Broderick & Keith Pollard
Covers by John Cassaday, Paul Gulacy


Continuing the complete collection of one of comics’ most sought-after classic series! It’s martial-arts madness in the Mighty Marvel Manner, as Shang-Chi — a secret agent for British intelligence — pits his deadly hands against the claws of the Cat! The Master of Kung-Fu wrestles with the unstoppable Sumo, has his world rocked by Shockwave, and goes into aerial combat with the Red Baron! You’ll feel for him when he faces the demon warrior Shaka Kharn, but what good will furious fists and flying feet be against…Doctor Doom?!

Plus: In the ultimate martial-arts team-up, Shang-Chi will fight alongside Iron Fist. But his fiercest battle will come against his most bitter foe: his own father!

Collecting MASTER OF KUNG FU (1974) #38-70 and ANNUAL #1.


Full color, 664 pages, $125




Speculative!
 EDMOND HAMILTON COLLECTION MP3 audio CD!
Now available!

THE CITY AT WORLD'S END & THE STARS, MY BROTHERS

City at World's End: The midwestern town of Middletown is the "first strike" of a new super bomb. However, instead of destroying the town, the attack rips a hole in the space-time continuum, sending the town and it's inhabitants to a distant Earth, cold and foreboding. The story of their struggle, survival, and ultimate success in rekindling the planet and dealing with the people and aliens of the future is the stuff of great science fiction. As you listen, see if you agree with the many who think this story was the origin of the Star Wars characters Chewbacca and Leia. The Stars, My Brothers: Edmond Moore Hamilton was a popular science-fiction author during the "Golden Age" of American science fiction. "The Stars, My Brothers" is considered one of his best, and certainly most imaginative, stories. A spaceman is killed in space and frozen. He is left orbiting the space station where he was killed in the hope that a method will be found to bring him back to life. That day finally comes a hundred years later, when he awakens to a very different world and comes to realize he has become both a symbol and a pawn in a human/alien conflict.

Narrated by Jim Roberts

Audio CD
Publisher: Speculative!; MP3 edition
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1531887236
ISBN-13: 978-1531887230
$9.99

Subterranean Press
DEAD ON THE BONES: PULP ON FIRE
by Joe R. Lansdale
Close to going to the printer!
Finished books due in November!


“I was living in a pulp writer fury, a storm of imagination.” So Joe R. Lansdale, award-winning author of more than twenty novels and two hundred short works, describes the birth of his desire to be a writer after encountering pulp storytelling as a kid in TV, comics, and books. Now Dead on the Bones: Pulp on Fire collects eight stories where Lansdale pays tribute to the rip-roaring tales of his youth.

Dedicated to Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard, “Under the Warrior Star” finds hero Braxton Booker on another, battle-wracked planet, while  “Tarzan and the Land That Time Forgot” was expressly permitted by the Burroughs estate. In “Dead on the Bones,” a Conjure Man facilitates a boxing match between the living and the dead, with a twist. “The Gruesome Affair of the Electric Blue Lightning” crosses Poe with horrors that could have walked straight out of Lovecraft. Meanwhile, in “Naked Angel” a cop discovers a dead woman encased in ice on the noir streets of Los Angeles, not realizing he shares a personal connection with her. Other stories here bring readers face to face with vampires and far stranger creatures, all in Lansdale’s signature, Texas Mojo style.

Lansdale is rightly recognized as one of the most distinctive voices in modern fiction, pulp or otherwise. From Venus to vampires, Dead on the Bones is a fine, thoroughly enjoyable demonstration of why.

Table of Contents
Pulp Fury: An Introduction
The Gruesome Affair of the Electric Blue Lightning
The Redheaded Dead
King of the Cheap Romance
Naked Angel
Dead on the Bones
Tarzan and the Land That Time Forgot
Under the Warrior Star
The Wizard of the Trees

Limited: 1500 signed numbered hardcover copies
Limited Edition    $40.00
 

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.

Hannes Bok (1914-1964)
The Golden Anniversary of Star Trek
More on Boris Dolgoff . . . But Only a Little
Boris Dolgov (?-?)  
More Utopia, More Dystopia
Harry Ferman (1906-1973)



WEIRDBOOK #33
Coming this October!

Table of contents

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

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

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




WEIRD DETECTIVE: THE STARS ARE WRONG TPB - Coming in February!
Fred Van Lente (Writer), Guiu Vilanova (Art/Cover), Maurício Wallace (Color), and Josan Gonzalez (Color)

The streets of New York have been plagued by a pattern of crimes too weird and bizarre for the average detective. Lurking in the evidence are shadows of loathsome horrors from beyond space and time, seeking to usher in the unimaginable evil of the Old Ones. And the only man capable of fighting against the unspeakable terrors isn’t a man at all. Detective Sebastian Greene is one of them. Collects Weird Detective #1–#5.

Trade paperback, 7x10, Full Color, 152 pages, $17.99, On sale February 8.


WEIRD DETECTIVE: THE STARS ARE WRONG is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).
The Diamond Item Code is OCT160070.









16 September 2016

2016 Pulp Shows

The Pulp Coming Attractions Pulp Shows page has been updated with available information on the presently known pulp & paperback shows scheduled for 2016!
Click on the PULP SHOWS link below or the icon at the top of the page and start making your reservations!


2017 VINTAGE SCI-FI 12-MONTH WALL CALENDAR - Now available!
(Cover) Allen Anderson

This collection of cover art from the Golden Age of Science Fiction captures the explosion of creativity, optimism, and experimentation that took place in America from the 1920s to the 1950s. Unknown writers such as Asimov, Bradbury, Sturgeon, and Clark got their start between the covers of these vintage pulp magazines, and the artwork was considered just as inspiring.

Journey back to the early days of science fiction—to witness the evolution of a genre through these twelve colorful and fantastic cover reproductions, faithfully restored and printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks. This is a true 12-month calendar featuring images that are perforated to fit any 11"x14" frame. It's a wire-bound collection of archival-quality prints, cleverly disguised as a calendar.


Collector's Eighth Edition
12 frame-ready 11"x14" reproductions of Golden Age pulp science fiction covers
Large format 11"x15" wall calendar opens to 11"x30"
Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks
Each month's image perforated for easy framing

Wall Calendar, 11x15, Full Color, $21.95







Adventure House
Coming soon!

The Phantom Detective - Summer 1951

"Crimson Harvest" by Robert Wallace
The city was too clean to be true—but under its surface polish seethed crime and corruption!

"Final Lesson" by Roy Childers
"The Memory of Murder" by Norman A. Daniels
"A Fancy Case of Murder" by Thomas Thursday
"Cat Nipped" by Joe Archibald
"Dynamite Trail" by Benton Braden

 
7x10, 128 pages, $14.95



Adventure House
Coming soon!

Far East Adventure Stories – October 1930

"Into Satan’s Country" by H. Bedford-Jones
"Out of Papua" by Captain Fredric Borden
"Sea Gypsy" by Robert SierlingFar_East_October_1930
"North Of Rabul" by R. Craig Christensen
"The Final Adventure" by Burton Stanhope
"The Affair At Ain Kaboun" by Theodore Roscoe
"The Eyes of Ling Shan" by Arthur J. Burks
"Fall Our the Gentlemen" by Jack D’Arcy
Caste by John Gunn

Cover Artist: R.C. Wardel

 
7x10, 156 pages, $14.95



Adventure House
Coming soon !

Double Action Gang Magazine – December 1938

"Pay-Off" by R.D. Barrett
Could Cameo Corbin betray his trust and place a glamour girl’s fate above the vow he had made at the grave of a friend who had died, that Cameo might live!

"Murder Is No Picnic" by G.T. Fleming-Roberts
"Reefer Spawn" by E. Hoffman Price
"Bullet For the Numbers Czar" by Charles Boswell
"Death on the Desert" by Ross Russell
"You Can’t Win" by Leo Van Court
"Two Tongues In a Beak’s Ear" by James Rourke
"Curtains For Crooks" by Hapsburg Liebe

 
7x10, 112 pages, $14.95




Altus Press
THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF THE MOON MAN, VOLUME 2: 1934
by Frederick C. Davis, introduction by Andrew Salmon

Now available!

One of the strangest pulp heroes is finally available from Altus Press!
Created by pulp fiction legend Frederick C. Davis for the pages of the ultra-rare title, Ten Detective Aces, the Moon Man fought the forces of the underworld in 38 unforgettable tales.
Volume 2 collects the next six stories from this series:
“Silver Death”
“Mark of the Moon Man”
“Crimson Shackles”
“Blood Bargain”
“The Black Lash”
“The Murder Master”
And it includes an all-new introduction by Moon Man expert Andrew Salmon.

337 pages
  $24.95 softcover | $34.95 hardcover
SALE PRICE: $23.95 softcover


Altus Press
RED RUNES OF CHINA
by H. Bedford-Jones

Now available!

The runes told of mystery, of danger lurking in odd corners, of the craft of the Orient put to evil purposes in the Far West, and started young Dick Clews on a great adventure.
A never-before-collected series, it’s now part of The H. Bedford-Jones Library.



138 pages
  $14.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover
$14.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover
SALE PRICE: $13.95 softcover



Altus Press
Argosy 1970s Logo T-Shirt


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

This is our best seller for a reason. Relaxed, tailored and ultra-comfortable, you’ll love the way you look in this durable, reliable classic.

Note: burgundy fabric only.

  $19.95




Altus Press
DUSTY AYRES AND HIS BATTLE BIRDS #1: BLACK LIGHTNING!
by Robert Sydney Bowen

Coming this fall!

“America, you are next!” As those words rang through the War Department room, officers gasped in horror.
Fire-Eyes, emperor of the world, had invaded their secret council to hurl his challenge.
And America knew only one answer—“War Declared!”

$12.95 softcover





Altus Press
DR. YEN SIN #2: THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN SKULL
by Donald E. Keyhoe

Coming this fall!

Moving east from the ration’s capitol at Washington, Dr. Yen Sin, saffron-skinned scourge of the Orient, sets up his hell-base in New York and under the banner of the Golden Skull, once again locks horns with Michael Traile, the Man Who Never Sleeps, and his partner Eric Gordon.

What is the ghastly doom he brings with him to turn living men to rainbow-colored dust?
Why should the flowers in his corpse garden have their heads removed, only to be sewed on again—backwards—by the surgeon mandarin?


$12.95 softcover




Altus Press
A MATTER OF RANGE: THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF THE MAJOR VOLUME 2
by L. Patrick Greene

Coming this fall!

The long-running and much-beloved series from the pages of Short Stories is finally collected in order and with a plethora of bonus material.

Join Aubrey St. John Major—AKA the Major—and his faithful companion, Jim the Hottentot, on their adventures across the diamond country of Africa. This collection includes the next nine stories, along with another rare, never-before reprinted story by Greene.

$19.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover




Altus Press
THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF ERIC TRENT VOLUME 1
by Donald E. Keyhoe
Coming this fall!

Donald E. Keyhoe returns to chronicle the super-spy sagas of the high-flying Eric Trent!
Running for only 12 stories in the pages of Flying Aces, the series continued Keyhoe’s tradition of fast-paced air war adventures,
this time featuring a character who hasn’t seen print since these stories’ original publications!
Volume 1 collects the first six stories from 1940–41:
“Secret Flight Sixteen,” “Death Flies Blind,” “Junkers Juggernaut,”
“Swastika Scourge,” “The Ace From Hell” and “Television Tracers.”

$19.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover





Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Now available!

THE BLACK BAT Volume 5: "The Black Bat's Triumph" & "Markets of Treason"
The Nemesis of Crime returns in classic pulp novels by Norman A. Daniels writing as "G. Wayman Jones." First, murder runs rampant as gruesome cloaked hunchback killers terrorize a city until "The Black Bat's Triumph," in a bizarre thriller edited by future BATMAN editor Mort Weisinger! Then, the  Cowled Crimebuster tackles the toughest racket he's ever confronted when ex-bootleggers band together to manipulate "Markets of Treason." GOLDEN AGE OF COMICS BONUS: The Mask returns in a Golden Age classic from Nedor's EXCITING COMICS #5. This instant collector's item showcases the original color pulp covers by Rudolph Belarski and Rafael DeSoto and the original interior illustrations, with historical commentary by Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-212-4 Softcover, 7x10, 112 pages, B&W, $14.95


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

Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Now available!

THE SHADOW Volume 110: "The House on the Ledge" & "The League of Death"
10th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL showcasing The Shadow's comic book debut!
Sanctum Books commemorates ten years of classic pulp reprints with two powerhouse thrillers by Walter B. Gibson writing as "Maxwell Grant." First, escaping from counterfeiters, a young woman and her guardian take refuge in "The House on the Ledge," without knowing that their only hope for salvation lurks in the shadows! Then,The Shadow seeks to answer the strange riddle of why killers are taking their own lives—along with those of their victims! BONUS: The Shadow's 1940 Golden Age of Comics debut from the super-rare Shadow Comics #1 and Walter Gibson recalls writing "A Million Words a Year for Ten Years." This double-novel collector's edition showcases the classic color pulp covers by George Rozen and Graves Gladney and the original interior illustrations by Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Anthony Tollin and Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-214-8 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!

Pulpfest 4: Argosy Artists and the Lamont Award
This lecture from Pulpfest 2016 talks about the artists who did the covers and the interior work for Argosy Magazine.  It also covers the Award ceremony for te Lamont Award Given to David Saunders.

Rick Lai's Major Sabbath

Author and Pulp Scholar Rick Lai headlines a new book that tells tales about the Spaghetti-Western hero SABATA and attempts to reconcile the various incarnations of this character.  He is joined by veteran writers Erik Franklin and Frank Schildiner to give three tales of Wild West adventure and a concluding essay by Rick describing a timeline for the character of major Sabbath.  If you are  a fan of Sabata, or Sartana, the Colonel, the Major, or Angel Eyes, you don't want to miss this one!

Past episodes:
PulpFest Lecture 3 - Collaborating with Philip Jose Farmer
Tommy Hancock: What's New at ProSe?

Pulpfest 5: Dick Enos
Jon C. Breuning : "The Midnight Guardian Hour of Darkness"

Strange Days : An Argent Universe novel by Jeff Deischer
Jim Beard and the "Super Swingin' Heroes 1968 Special "
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Volume 8 with Ian Watson and George Kuch


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

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

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


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


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



Bold Venture Press
ZORRO: The Complete Pulp Adventures Volume 3
by Johnston McCulley

Now available!

Zorro rides again in new editions from Bold Venture Press

Bold Venture Press presents the complete original pulp adventures of Zorro! Volume three presents Zorro Rides Again, a full-length adventure never reprinted since its original 1931 publication. With a shock of disbelief, the old Spanish California village heard that its friend Zorro was now attacking the weak and helpless! Hated by those who once worshiped him, hounded by the soldiery, the proud Zorro again becomes an outlaw to regain his stolen honor. In addition to Zorro Rides Again, this edition includes eleven thrill-packed short stories, published as a continuing series in West, the legendary pulp fiction magazine. There’s action aplenty in “Zorro Draws His Blade” when the masked swordsman first duels with Sergeant Manuel Garcia. Also: John E. Petty, film lecturer and pop culture author, examines Zorro’s exploits in Saturday matinee serials.

Trade paperback, 6 x 9, 322 pages, $19.95
ISBN-13:  9781537128962


Volume 4 — On sale November 2016
Volume 5 — On sale January 2017
Volume 6 — On sale March 2017



   

THE BRONZE GAZETTE
Now available!

We're taking pre-orders for official Bronze Gazette gear!

The items will debut at the Arizona Doc Con XIX the weekend of November 4-6 in Glendale Arizona with mail orders fill shortly after.

Embroidered hats are $25.00 and 100% cotton preshrunk t-shirts are $20.00 for sizes S-2XL and $23.00 for sizes 3XL and 4XL.

The merchandise will be available for pick up at the convention or by mail for a small shipping fee.

These items will be made to order , so please get your requests in by September 30th to insure you get one!

Contact Terry Allen at docsavagefan@yahoo.com to put in your reservation
 


 



Castalia House Blog - Now online!

Short Reviews – S.O.S. Aphrodite, by Stanley Mullen - New!
The 2016 H. P. Lovecraft Re-read: The Call of Cthulhu - New!
Short Reviews – The Madcap Metalloids, by W.V. Athanas
Short Reviews – Queen of the Martian Catacombs, by Leigh Brackett
RETROSPECTIVE: “Song in a Minor Key” by C. L. Moore
The Reavers of Skaith

CHILDREN OF LOVECRAFT TPB - Now available in comic shops and arriving in book stores September 20!
Various (Writers) and Mike Mignola (Cover)

Howard Phillips Lovecraft’s stories shaped modern horror more than any other author’s in the last two centuries: Cthulhu, the Old Ones, Herbert West: Reanimator, and more terrifying nightmares emerged from the mythos of this legendary writer.

Dark Horse teams up with Hugo and Bram Stoker Award–winning editor Ellen Datlow to bring you this anthology of original prose stories that are inspired by Lovecraft’s mythos.

Features work by Richard Kadrey, Brian Hodge, A. C. Wise, Siobhan Carroll, Orrin Grey, and many more, with a stunning cover by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola.


Trade Paperback, 5.25" x 8", 384 pages, $19.99



Clive Cussler: PIRATE - Now available!

An 800-year-old treasure . . . an ancient cypher wheel . . . a brutal murder . . . and a man who will stop at nothing to claim what he considers rightfully his.

Husband-and-wife treasure-hunting team Sam and Remi Fargo have gone on impossible missions before and faced many perils, but never have they faced an adversary as determined as the one before them now. The battle will take them halfway around the world, and at its end will be either one of the most glorious finds in history—or certain death.


Hardcover, 400 pages, List Price: $29.00


Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe [Blu-ray] - Now available!

"Commando Cody, the venerable Sky Marshal of the Universe (Judd Holdren, Captain Video, Master of the Stratosphere), along with trusted aids Joan Gilbert (Aline Towne, Radar Men from the Moon) and Ted Richards (William Schallert, TV s The Patty Duke Show) and later joined by Dick Preston (Richard Crane, The Eternal Sea), must foil the various schemes of The Ruler (Gregory Gay, Flying Disc Man from Mars), an evil alien life form hell-bent on taking over Earth.

All twelve pulse-pounding episodes of Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (including Enemies of the Universe, Nightmare Typhoon, Robot Monster from Mars and the exciting final installment, Captives of the Zero Hour), directed by Fred C. Brannon (The Invisible Monster, The Crimson Ghost), Harry Keller (Tammy and the Doctor) and Franklin Adreon (Panther Girl of the Kongo) are now available for your home viewing enjoyment in one exciting package.

Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe also features Craig Kelly (The Furies), Dale Van Sickel (Johnny Reno), Gloria Pall (The Crimson Kimino), and William Henry (Secret of the Incas)."

Actors: Judd Holdren, Aline Towne, William Schallert, Gregory Gaye, Richard Crane
Directors: Fred C. Brannon, Harry Keller, Franklin Andreon
Format: NTSC, Subtitled
Language: English
Subtitles: English
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Olive Films
Run Time: 360 minutes

$29.95


CONAN THE SLAYER #6 - Coming in December!
Cullen Bunn (Writer), Sergio Dávila (Art), Michael Atiyeh (Color), and Admira Wijaya (Cover)

In pursuit of his traitorous brother, the inexperienced new chief of the Kozaks has foolishly ventured into the bowels of Gorey Castle. The callow youth’s only hope now is his bodyguard, Conan—will the Cimmerian reach him in time? Superstar writer Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, Uncanny X-Men) and artist Sergio Dávila (Red Sonja, Swords of Sorrow) wrap up their first thrilling story arc!

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99, On sale December 28.

CONAN THE SLAYER #6 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).



DARK HORSE PRESENTS #26 - Arriving in comic shops September 21!
Jimmy Palmiotti (Writer), Justin Gray (Writer), Keith Goldberg (Writer), Kaare Andrews (Writer), John Arcudi (Writer), Alan Gordon (Writer), Rich Woodall (Writer), Paul Levitz (Writer), Aaron Campbell (Art), Troy Nixey (Art/Cover), Lucas Varela (Art), Bo Hampton (Art), Craig Rousseau (Art), and Tim Hamilton (Art)

Featuring Al Gordon and Bo Hampton’s The Once and Future Tarzan

This month’s issue of Dark Horse Presents features three new stories: Black Sinister by Kaare Andrews and Troy Nixey, Espirits de Corps by John Arcudi and Lucas Varela, and Rubber Guns by Keith Goldberg, Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti, and Aaron Campbell!

Paul Levitz and Tim Hamilton’s Brooklyn Blood, Al Gordon and Bo Hampton’s The Once and Future Tarzan, and Rich Woodall and Craig Rousseau’s Kyrra: Alien Jungle Girl continue in this issue!


Full Color, 48 pages, $4.99




DARK HORSE PRESENTS #29 - Coming in December!
Paul Levitz (Writer), Carla Speed McNeil (Writer/Art), Kaare Andrews (Writer), Dean Haspiel (Writer/Art), John Nadeau (Writer/Art), Dan Jolley (Writer), Francesco Francavilla (Writer/Art/Cover), Tim Hamilton (Art), and Troy Nixey (Art)

This month, Dark Horse is celebrating a decade of Francesco Francavilla in comics!

Features a stunning cover as well as the continuation of Francavilla’s The Black Beetle in Kara Bocek! Plus, Dean Haspiel brings his popular webcomic The Red Hook to print!

This issue also features the continuation of favorites Brooklyn Blood by Paul Levitz and Tim Hamilton; Finder: Chase the Lady by Carla Speed McNeil; The Black Sinister by Kaare Andrews, Troy Nixey, and Dave McCaig; and Murder Society by John Nadeau and Dan Jolley!


Full Color, 48 pages, $7.99, On sale December 21.

DARK HORSE PRESENTS #29 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).




The Digest Enthusiast Blog - Now online!

Dead Yellow Women by Dashiell Hammett
- New!
Isaac Asimov’s The Gentle Vultures
Ellery Queen’s 75th Anniversary Edition
Pulp Literature #11 Summer 2016
The Pulpster #25  


Doc Con 2016
November 4, 5 & 6, 2016

Doc Con will be held November 4, 5 & 6, 2016.
Request that vacation time...mark those calendars and let everyone know you will be in Phoenix the first weekend of November.
Special plans are still being made to make this the best Doc Con ever!
So stay tuned for more details to follow as soon as we can announce them.


 Doc Con in a box 2016 and t-shirt pre-orders now open!

It's getting to be that time again and , like last year, I'll be helping out all of you who can't attend Doc Con XIX in Glendale, Az in November by reserving some of the top swag and making it available to you via mail.

So far, the confirmed contents of  in the 2016 "Doc Con in a Box " will be an exclusive signed and numbered lithograph created by Joe DeVito for Doc Con and signed by Joe and Will Murray, the full color program full of interviews and articles and a Doc Con tote bag.  
The current estimate for the Doc Box is $30.00 plus shipping.
I'd expect the price to go up $10.00 - $20.00 depending on how much additional items I can confirm quantities of.
I don't need any money right now, just your promise to pay and I'll put you on the reservation list.

Also, I'm taking pre-orders for the official Doc Con 2016 T-Shirt , "Got Doc? " along with matching hats.
The shirts are the usual 100% cotton preshrunk shirt like previous years. The hats are high quality with embroidered design.
The shirts will be available in Men's and women's sizes S- 2XL for $20.00 and 3 XL - 4XL for $23.00The hats run $25.00

Edgar Rice Burroughs
TARZAN ON THE PRECIPICE by Michael A Sanford
Now available in eBook format!

At the conclusion of the classic TARZAN OF THE APES by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan is despondent but assured he did what was honorable by enabling Jane to leave with his cousin, William Clayton (who believes he is the rightful heir to the Greystoke estate and can appropriately provide for Jane when they marry). But what then? There has never been an explanation of Tarzan’s activities after his presence in Wisconsin and before he begins his voyage back to Africa—until now!

This story is full of fantasy, imaginative fiction and adventure – It grabs your attention from the beginning and keeps it to the very end. As Tarzan travels north, you will have visions of Canada that will make you feel as if you are there, touching and feeling all that Tarzan does. Thinking time and again that Tarzan’s demise is imminent, he escapes only to encounter still more dangers, with each episode building more suspense and anticipation for the next. Tarzan’s discovery of a lost Viking civilization and the author’s description and explanation of it will bring you a clear picture of village life and the gruesome realities of their existence.

While you may think this is a novel of pure fiction, archaeologists are continuing to discover new Viking sites in North America. Just recently, satellite technology has revealed intriguing evidence of a second Norse settlement further south than ever before known. A new Canadian site was discovered after infrared images from 400 miles in space showed possible man-made impressions under layers of vegetation with telltale signs of iron working. And now you will have the opportunity, while joining Tarzan, to unearth and experience this new discovery.

Of course, TARZAN ON THE PRECIPICE has a double meaning. He is indeed chained with his life hanging in the balance on the precipice of a volcanic crater, but he is also on the precipice of the rest of his life, not knowing his future, abandoning his right of birth as an English Lord and bereft of the thing in life he cherishes most, Jane. All that is left for him now is Africa, which is at least known to him. Enjoy this tale and join Tarzan on his Canadian adventure as he prepares to return to Africa and a future even he cannot predict.


  
TARZAN ON THE PRECIPICE
Copyright © 2016 Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Tarzan of the Apes copyright © 1912 Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Trademarks TARZAN®, TARZAN OF THE APES™ AND
   EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS® owned by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. and Used by Permission
First Edition—June 2016
Designed by Matthew Moring/Altus Press




EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS’ TARZAN: THE JESSE MARSH YEARS OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 TPB - Coming in February!
Gaylord DuBois (Writer), Robert P. Thompson (Writer), and Jesse Marsh (Art/Cover)

The incomparable nineteen-year Tarzan collaboration of artist Jesse Marsh and writer Gaylord DuBois remains an enduring, singular vision, captivating readers and earning the acclaim of artists from Russ Manning to Los Bros. Hernandez. These iconic adventures live again in Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Years Omnibus, meticulously restored and value priced. Collects Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan: The Jesse Marsh Archives Volumes 1, 2, and 3.

Trade paperback, 7x10, Full Color, 720 pages, $29.99, On sale February 22.

THE JESSE MARSH OMNIBUS VOLUME 1 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).



EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS’ TARZAN ON THE PLANET OF THE APES #4 - Coming in December!
Tim Seeley (Writer), David Walker (Writer), Fernando Dagnino (Art), Sandra Molina (Color), and Duncan Fegredo (Cover)

Tarzan and Caesar uncover more worlds than their own at stake when they follow a new ally below the surface of the earth to fight the monsters threatening to rise up.

Full Color, 720 pages, $29.99, On sale December 28.

TARZAN ON THE PLANET OF THE APES #4 is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).




The Golden Age - Now online!

N.C. Wyeth illustrating Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island
Some Great Pulp Covers - 1930's - 40's ~ Art By Belarski, Rozen, Saunders, Anderson, Ward, Howitt and others
Some Great Paperback Book Covers ~ art by Rudolph Belarski and others...but mostly Belarski


Hermes Press: THE PHANTOM VOLUME 1: DANGER IN THE FORBIDDEN CITY - Arriving in comic shops September 21!
(Writer) Peter David (Art/Cover) Sal Velluto

This six part mini-series written by Peter David with art by Sal Velluto triumphantly returned the original, Ghost Who Walks — The Phantom — to comic books and is now collected together as a deluxe graphic novel. This tale pits The Phantom against the Singh Brotherhood and their metal-handed leader who are intent on plundering an ancient fabled City of Gold. Only The Phantom, Diana and a new-found ally can stop them!

Available both in Softcover and PREVIEWS Exclusive Hardcover editions.
The exclusive hardcover edition, limited to 500 copies, features a painted cover by Sean Joyce, essays, documentary materials, unpublished cover art, all variant covers not available in general distribution; interviews, and more.

Softcover, 7x10, 192 pages, Full Color, $19.99
Hardcover, 7x10, TBD pages, Full Color, $29.99


Hermes Press
 
 

Jerry Schneider Enterprises
Now available!

TALES FROM THE PULPS #6
This issue we reprint the entire contents of Mystery Adventure Magazine for October 1936.

Contents:

TOMORROW THEY DIE by Wayne Rogers
ANGELS OF OORN by Richard Tooker
THE VIKING'S LAST RIDE by H. M. Owen
CLEAN-UP! by Herbert E. Smith
DEEPWATER JUSTICE by Frank Bunce
HORROR OVER HONOLULU by Steve Fisher
FLAMING ARROWS by L. Ron Hubbard
RECOMPENSE by Roybert de Grasse
"BEAUTIFUL, BUT--" by William G. Bogart

Pulp Sized Magazine, 7 x 10 inch, 120 pages
$12.95



 
LONE RANGER / GREEN HORNET #3 (OF 6) - Arriving in comic shops September 21!
Writer: Michael Uslan
Art: Giovanni Timpano
Cover: Jan Dursema

After the family split between Britt Reid and John Reid, does The Green Hornet ally himself with Murder, Inc.? Does Olympian Jesse Owens become the new Lone Ranger? What other legendary hero learns he is related to The Lone Ranger and The Green Hornet? Who appears "from out of the past" to train and guide Kato? The shocking answers all explode in Chapter 3 of "The Lone Ranger Meets The Green Hornet: Champions of Justice!"

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99




MARK SCHULTZ: CARBON 2 - Now available!
(Writer/Art/Cover) Mark Schultz

The element carbon, common yet versatile, is the binder at the base of life on Earth as well as the source of the rich blacks that run through Mark Schultz's drawings. Similarly, the book Carbon binds an astonishing array of illustrative art rendered in brush and ink, graphite and carbon pencil, and it also introduces more color than ever before through the artist's increased experimentation with watercolor as an atmospheric element.

Softcover, 9x12, 57 paeges, Full Color, $24.95




Martin Grams' Blog - Now online!

Free streaming video from the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention
The Shadow of Fu Manchu Radio Program
Bruce Lee as Kato on the Green Hornet


Mike Chomko -  September/October 2016 newsletter is now available!

Mike has released a list of pulp-related books and periodicals available from Mike Chomko for September/October 2016

Orders over $20 are discounted approximately 10%.
Shipping is between $2-6, depending on the weight of your order (media mail or bound printed matter). 
Michael Chomko, 2217W. Fairview Street, Allentown, PA  18104-6542

Send Mike an email at mikechomko@gmail.com to subscribe to his catalogue.

Mike has established a website where you can download his current and past newsletters.
The website is located at http://sites.google.com/site/mikechomkobooks/



Moonstone Books
The Green Ghost: Declassified
By Win Scott Eckert & Eric Fein

UPDATE: Contents announced!

ZOMBIES UNDER BROADWAY by Win Scott Eckert and Eric Fein, illustrations by David Niehaus
DEATH SCREAM OVERDRIVE by Eric Fein
    Featuring The Black Shrike and The Green Ghost
THE MYSTERY NAMED ROSABELLE writer: Eric Fein / artist and letterer: David Niehaus
GHOST OF A CHANCE by Howard Hopkins Fan Club
CHANCE OF A GHOST by Win Scott Eckert
THE PHANTOM’S GHOST by Eric Fein, illustrations by David Niehaus
   Featuring The Green Ghost and the Phantom of the Opera
DAME SINSESTRE by Win Scott Eckert
    Featuring The Green Ghost and The Domino Lady
OF MONSTERS AND MEN writer: Eric Fein / artist and letterer: David Niehaus
MURDER IN THE MIND’S EYE by Eric Fein
    Featuring The Green Ghost and I. V. Frost

I'm especially pleased to announce the existence of a previously unpublished Green Ghost story by the late Howard Hopkins--Remembering the Man and his Work.
Howard was a fantastic writer and a pulp expert. Hopefully the rescue of this tale and it's inclusion in this collection begins to pay back, in some small way, the inspiration and friendship which Howard showed me.
The Green Ghost: Declassified is available now for preorder from the August 2016 Diamond Previews catalog (
Item Code AUG161777) and ships to local comic shops in late October.

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

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




The New Pulp Heroes - Now online!

The Centipede (Villain)

Super Incorporated
The Hood
The Apparition  
Snake
The Challenger

PULPDOM - Now online!

PulpdomOnline #12 - New!

Contents
 "The Legend of Tarzan (2016)" Reviewed by John Guidry
"Movie Comments" by Caz
"THE OTHER PAL-UL-DON: Part I - As It Evolved in Dell Comics" by Mike Taylor
"JANE CARVER OF WAARE by Nathan Long" Reviewed by Mike Taylor
"SWORDS OF WAARE by Nathan Long" Reviewed by Mike Taylor
"The Golden Anniversary of Tarzan and the Valley of Gold" by Caz
"LORDS OF SERPENT LAND by Alan Connel" Reviewed by Mike Taylor

Pulpdom is a magazine about the old pulp magazines of the early 20th century and the authors whowrote for them.
With 75 issues in 15 years, it has published over 2000 pages of articles, essays, short biographies, artwork, book reviews and pulp magazine covers, from the 1890s through modern times.


All 85 back issues on disk for $25 postage paid, allow 10 days (this includes the 10 "Online" issues to date).
Links to a PULPDOM Index and the contents of each issue are at Pulpdom.com.



Pulpgen-Online Pulps - Now online!

New this week

"Bier Muggs"  by Joe Archibald from TEN DETECTIVE ACES, January, 1949
Featuring: Dizzy Duo
Snooty Piper and Scoop Binney, those merry madcaps of murder, attend a party that winds up with a six-gun shindig.

"Killer, Watch Your Back!" by Gunnison Steele from EXCITING WESTERN, March, 1949
Bounty Hunter Kirby Jance played 'em four ways from the ace - but, one day, he sure got his cards mixed!

"The Falling Planetoid" by I. R. Nathanson from SCIENCE WONDER STORIES, April, 1930
Stark, fearful tragedy, from which there seemed no escape, confronted the entire globe, for it came from outside the earth's confines, and seemed, therefore, to be beyond the control of man - a strange wandering planetoid was about to fall to the earth!



Pulp Adventurecon
November 5, 2016!




Pulp Crazy - Now online!

Review: Night’s Dominion #1 by Ted Naifeh
PulpFest 2016 – Guest of Honor, Ted White
PulpFest 2016 – FarmerCon XI Author Readings
Pulp Crazy’s PulpFest 2016 Convention Report
Pulp Den - Now online!

Mouthpiece - New!
Blackstar Bomber - New!

Brannan's Chase - New!
Hiatus
Golden Hell
The Black Shadow
         Pulp Den  

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

Adventure cover artist - Roy J. Pomeroy - New!
Blog with world war 1 stories scans - New!
M. Leone Bracker - illustrator,poster designer - New!
Pulpfest 2016 - a few photos
Happy Fourth of July to you...  
Pulp Magazine collector picture from EBay
Rare interview with a pulp illustrator - Creig Flessel

The Pulp Hermit - Now online!

Dead Letter - New!
The Shadow In Review
The Baroness #1
Small But Deadly Wars
Collector's Guide To Trading Cards
Hell's Hostages
The Pulp.Net  - Now online!
The Pulp.Net features three ongoing blogs!
Pulp Super-Fan blog written by Michael R. Brown, That's Pulp by John Olsen, and the long-running Yellowed Perils written by William Lampkin.


That's Pulp! by John Olsen

How bug-eyed was my monster? - New!
Commando Cody now on DVD and Blu-ray - New!
Perry Mason: novels #19 and #20
‘Gray Face’: Gibson’s final Shadow tale
The Spider #112: ‘The Howling Death’
Perry Mason: novels #17 and #18
Yellowed Perils by William Lampkin

Bits of pulp: Foundation, Jedi, & more
PulpFest 2016 reports
PulpFest 2016, days 3-4
PulpFest 2016, day 2


James Madison University Libraries will host the first Pulp Studies Symposium on October 7-8, 2016.
JMU Special Collections recently acquired a large number of original Love Story issues that represent its entire publication run,
and is thrilled to feature them to promote the Pulp Studies Symposium.
Laurie Powers will be one of the plenary speakers at the Symposium. She will be speaking about Daisy Bacon and LOVE STORY.

James Madison University
880 Madison Drive
Harrisonburg, VA 22807



Radio Spirits

Watch out, criminal masterminds! That martini-sipping playboy in the slick tux isn't who you think he is! He's not just Lamont Cranston, wealthy man about town -- he's The Shadow! He's the one who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men!
Orson Welles, Bill Johnstone, Bret Morrison and John Archer take their turns as the eerie voice of the unseen crime-smasher in 18 thrill-packed episodes!

Includes two Australian episodes starring Lloyd Lamble, and a Program Guide by Ivan G. Shreve, Jr.

Episodes Include: Murder on Approval 06-12-38; The Creeper 11-03-40; The Voice of Death 12-08-40; Joey's Christmas Story 12-22-40; The Ghost of Caleb Mackenzie 01-26-41; Altar of Death 03-15-42; The Mystery of Madman's Deep 10-25-42; The Wailing Corpse 11-08-42; The Lady in Black 11-22-42; The Juggernaut (Australian) 12-26-43; The Case of the Flaming Skull 03-18-45; Spotlight on the Duchess (Australian) 11-04-45; The Dreams of Death 04-28-46; Curse of the Gypsies 10-05-47; Death Has Eight Arms 11-02-47; One Dead and Two to Go 02-01-48; The Drum of Obi 10-24-48; Death and the Crown of Odalph 01-02-49

Note: The audio quality of some of these episodes is imperfect. They are included here as the only surviving audio from these historic broadcasts.


Duration: 9 hours
Media: (9) CDs
Price: $35.95


The Shadow - Under the Blue Light - Now online!

The Yellow Band
- New!
The Magigal's Mystery
The Python
The Radium Murders
The Murdering Ghost
 
Speculative!
 EDMOND HAMILTON COLLECTION MP3 audio CD!
Now available!

THE CITY AT WORLD'S END & THE STARS, MY BROTHERS

City at World's End: The midwestern town of Middletown is the "first strike" of a new super bomb. However, instead of destroying the town, the attack rips a hole in the space-time continuum, sending the town and it's inhabitants to a distant Earth, cold and foreboding. The story of their struggle, survival, and ultimate success in rekindling the planet and dealing with the people and aliens of the future is the stuff of great science fiction. As you listen, see if you agree with the many who think this story was the origin of the Star Wars characters Chewbacca and Leia. The Stars, My Brothers: Edmond Moore Hamilton was a popular science-fiction author during the "Golden Age" of American science fiction. "The Stars, My Brothers" is considered one of his best, and certainly most imaginative, stories. A spaceman is killed in space and frozen. He is left orbiting the space station where he was killed in the hope that a method will be found to bring him back to life. That day finally comes a hundred years later, when he awakens to a very different world and comes to realize he has become both a symbol and a pawn in a human/alien conflict.

Narrated by Jim Roberts

Audio CD
Publisher: Speculative!; MP3 edition
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1531887236
ISBN-13: 978-1531887230
$9.99

Speculative!
THE PHOENIX ON THE SWORD MP3 audio CD!
Now available!


The Phoenix on the Sword Audio CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio


At this point in Conan the Barbarian's career, he is the king of Aquilonia after having overthrown and killed the previous king, and some disgruntled subjects are plotting to assasinate him. Treachery, betrayal, and evil magic come into play and then, of course, there is a climactic slaughter in the king's bedroom. As always, Howard's descriptions are clear and effective, and he creates characters that are easy to tell apart.

Narrated by Jim Roberts

Audio CD
Publisher: Speculative!; MP3 edition
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1531887236
ISBN-13: 978-1531887230
$9.99


Amazon.com

Speculative!
THE POOL OF THE BLACK ONE MP3 audio CD!
Now available!

The Pool of the Black One Audio CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio

This is a quick-moving Conan the Barbarian story. He joins a pirate band and they search for treasure. What they find instead are inhuman collectors of people and extreme danger. A tightly-written action story.

Narrated by Jim Roberts

Audio CD
Publisher: Speculative!; MP3 edition
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1522649298
ISBN-13: 978-1522649298

$9.99



Subterranean Press
EARLY DAYS: MORE TALES FROM THE PULP ERA
By Robert Silverberg

Cover art by Bob Eggleton
About to start shipping!
To be sold out on pubication!


Production status: Due to be published imminently.
The book has sold well enough that it will be declared out of print when all the large account orders are filled, so this may be your best time to pick up a copy!


In 2006, Robert Silverberg published In the Beginning, a generous selection of stories from the early, developmental stages of his distinguished sixty-year career. Fast-paced, energetic, and unabashedly pulp-like in their origins and ambitions, those stories proved to be an unexpected gift to Silverberg’s many readers. That gift continues with Early Days, a second volume of apprentice fiction as wide-ranging and enjoyable as the first.

Early Days collects seventeen impossible to find stories from the years 1956 to 1958, supplemented by a fascinating introduction and extensive notes on the creation and publication history of each story. Together, these non-fiction pieces constitute both an episodic memoir and an affectionate history of an era when pulp magazines still dominated the SF marketplace.

Without exception, each of the stories in Early Days offers honest, unpretentious entertainment. The astonishingly prolific Silverberg may have had a bit to learn back then, but he had an innate understanding of narrative that shines through every one of these tales. The stories range in tone from the grimly dystopian future of “The Inquisitor” to the playful “Space Is the Place,” in which a maintenance technician from Crawford IX experiences comic culture shock during a mandatory vacation on Earth. “Rescue Mission” revolves around the telepathic connection between two interplanetary intelligence agents. “Housemaid No. 103” provides a humorous glimpse into the romantic difficulties of a far future matinee idol. “Harwood’s Vortex” combines a mad scientist, alien invaders, and the possible end of life as we know it into a single colorful narrative.

Silverberg, of course, would evolve into one of the genuine masters of the genre, and this retrospective collection of early work offers invaluable insights into his development. Silverberg himself calls Early Days “an affectionate tribute to my hardworking self of more than half a century ago.” It is all of that and more. Anyone with an interest in Silverberg’s career, or in the history and evolution of modern science fiction, needs to read this book. They may not write ‘em like this anymore, but once upon a time they did. And looking back has never been so much fun.

340+ pages of his apprentice efforts, as well as copious personal notes about the stories.
Limited: 1000 signed numbered hardcover copies: $40




Subterranean Press
DEAD ON THE BONES: PULP ON FIRE
by Joe R. Lansdale
Close to going to the printer!
Finished books due in November!


“I was living in a pulp writer fury, a storm of imagination.” So Joe R. Lansdale, award-winning author of more than twenty novels and two hundred short works, describes the birth of his desire to be a writer after encountering pulp storytelling as a kid in TV, comics, and books. Now Dead on the Bones: Pulp on Fire collects eight stories where Lansdale pays tribute to the rip-roaring tales of his youth.

Dedicated to Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard, “Under the Warrior Star” finds hero Braxton Booker on another, battle-wracked planet, while  “Tarzan and the Land That Time Forgot” was expressly permitted by the Burroughs estate. In “Dead on the Bones,” a Conjure Man facilitates a boxing match between the living and the dead, with a twist. “The Gruesome Affair of the Electric Blue Lightning” crosses Poe with horrors that could have walked straight out of Lovecraft. Meanwhile, in “Naked Angel” a cop discovers a dead woman encased in ice on the noir streets of Los Angeles, not realizing he shares a personal connection with her. Other stories here bring readers face to face with vampires and far stranger creatures, all in Lansdale’s signature, Texas Mojo style.

Lansdale is rightly recognized as one of the most distinctive voices in modern fiction, pulp or otherwise. From Venus to vampires, Dead on the Bones is a fine, thoroughly enjoyable demonstration of why.

Table of Contents
Pulp Fury: An Introduction
The Gruesome Affair of the Electric Blue Lightning
The Redheaded Dead
King of the Cheap Romance
Naked Angel
Dead on the Bones
Tarzan and the Land That Time Forgot
Under the Warrior Star
The Wizard of the Trees

Limited: 1500 signed numbered hardcover copies
Limited Edition    $40.00
 

TARZAN: THE BECKONING TP - Arriving in comic shops September 21!
Thomas Yeates (Writer/Art/Cover)
 
The ageless Tarzan and his beautiful wife Jane have been living in America, fighting the illegal ivory trade to stop the slaughter of elephants . . . but they’re soon drawn back to Africa, entangled in a dangerous web that threatens their long lives! Thomas Yeates’s saga collected in its entirety for the first time.
 
• An epic, modern-day story featuring the original superstar hero of the last century!


Trade Paperback, 7” x 10”, Full Color, 208 pages, $19.99





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.

Hannes Bok (1914-1964)
The Golden Anniversary of Star Trek
More on Boris Dolgoff . . . But Only a Little
Boris Dolgov (?-?)  
More Utopia, More Dystopia
Harry Ferman (1906-1973)



WEIRDBOOK #33
Coming this October!

Table of contents

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

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

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




WEIRD DETECTIVE #4 (of 5) - Arriving in comic shops September 21!
Fred Van Lente (Writer), Guiu Vilanova (Art/Cover), and Mauricio Wallace (Color)

Sebastian Greene is finding it increasingly difficult to keep his true identity a secret from his partner, Sana Fayez. At the same time, he’s finally tracked down the Juice Box Killer—but can he take on the horrendous beast by himself?


Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99







WEIRD DETECTIVE: THE STARS ARE WRONG TPB - Coming in February!
Fred Van Lente (Writer), Guiu Vilanova (Art/Cover), Maurício Wallace (Color), and Josan Gonzalez (Color)

The streets of New York have been plagued by a pattern of crimes too weird and bizarre for the average detective. Lurking in the evidence are shadows of loathsome horrors from beyond space and time, seeking to usher in the unimaginable evil of the Old Ones. And the only man capable of fighting against the unspeakable terrors isn’t a man at all. Detective Sebastian Greene is one of them. Collects Weird Detective #1–#5.

Trade paperback, 7x10, Full Color, 152 pages, $17.99, On sale February 8.


WEIRD DETECTIVE: THE STARS ARE WRONG is solicited in the October PREVIEWS (Available September 28).









09 September 2016

2016 Pulp Shows

The Pulp Coming Attractions Pulp Shows page has been updated with available information on the presently known pulp & paperback shows scheduled for 2016!
Click on the PULP SHOWS link below or the icon at the top of the page and start making your reservations!


2017 VINTAGE SCI-FI 12-MONTH WALL CALENDAR - Now available and arriving in comic shops September 14!
(Cover) Allen Anderson

This collection of cover art from the Golden Age of Science Fiction captures the explosion of creativity, optimism, and experimentation that took place in America from the 1920s to the 1950s. Unknown writers such as Asimov, Bradbury, Sturgeon, and Clark got their start between the covers of these vintage pulp magazines, and the artwork was considered just as inspiring.

Journey back to the early days of science fiction—to witness the evolution of a genre through these twelve colorful and fantastic cover reproductions, faithfully restored and printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks. This is a true 12-month calendar featuring images that are perforated to fit any 11"x14" frame. It's a wire-bound collection of archival-quality prints, cleverly disguised as a calendar.


Collector's Eighth Edition
12 frame-ready 11"x14" reproductions of Golden Age pulp science fiction covers
Large format 11"x15" wall calendar opens to 11"x30"
Printed on FSC-certified paper with soy-based inks
Each month's image perforated for easy framing

Wall Calendar, 11x15, Full Color, $21.95







Airship 27 Podcasts - Now online!

Episode # 19 of the Airship 27 Podcast is now live at the link below. 
The primary topic is Dead Man’s Melody & Cape Noire!







Altus Press
THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF THE MOON MAN, VOLUME 2: 1934
by Frederick C. Davis, introduction by Andrew Salmon

Now available!

One of the strangest pulp heroes is finally available from Altus Press!
Created by pulp fiction legend Frederick C. Davis for the pages of the ultra-rare title, Ten Detective Aces, the Moon Man fought the forces of the underworld in 38 unforgettable tales.
Volume 2 collects the next six stories from this series:
“Silver Death”
“Mark of the Moon Man”
“Crimson Shackles”
“Blood Bargain”
“The Black Lash”
“The Murder Master”
And it includes an all-new introduction by Moon Man expert Andrew Salmon.

337 pages
  $24.95 softcover | $34.95 hardcover
SALE PRICE: $23.95 softcover


Altus Press
RED RUNES OF CHINA
by H. Bedford-Jones

Now available!

The runes told of mystery, of danger lurking in odd corners, of the craft of the Orient put to evil purposes in the Far West, and started young Dick Clews on a great adventure.
A never-before-collected series, it’s now part of The H. Bedford-Jones Library.



138 pages
  $14.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover
$14.95 softcover | $29.95 hardcover
SALE PRICE: $13.95 softcover



Altus Press
Argosy 1970s Logo T-Shirt


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

This is our best seller for a reason. Relaxed, tailored and ultra-comfortable, you’ll love the way you look in this durable, reliable classic.

Note: burgundy fabric only.

  $19.95




Altus Press
DUSTY AYRES AND HIS BATTLE BIRDS #1: BLACK LIGHTNING!
by Robert Sydney Bowen

Coming this fall!

“America, you are next!” As those words rang through the War Department room, officers gasped in horror.
Fire-Eyes, emperor of the world, had invaded their secret council to hurl his challenge.
And America knew only one answer—“War Declared!”

$12.95 softcover





Altus Press
DR. YEN SIN #2: THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN SKULL
by Donald E. Keyhoe

Coming this fall!

Moving east from the ration’s capitol at Washington, Dr. Yen Sin, saffron-skinned scourge of the Orient, sets up his hell-base in New York and under the banner of the Golden Skull, once again locks horns with Michael Traile, the Man Who Never Sleeps, and his partner Eric Gordon.

What is the ghastly doom he brings with him to turn living men to rainbow-colored dust?
Why should the flowers in his corpse garden have their heads removed, only to be sewed on again—backwards—by the surgeon mandarin?


$12.95 softcover




Altus Press
A MATTER OF RANGE: THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF THE MAJOR VOLUME 2
by L. Patrick Greene

Coming this fall!

The long-running and much-beloved series from the pages of Short Stories is finally collected in order and with a plethora of bonus material.

Join Aubrey St. John Major—AKA the Major—and his faithful companion, Jim the Hottentot, on their adventures across the diamond country of Africa. This collection includes the next nine stories, along with another rare, never-before reprinted story by Greene.

$19.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover




Altus Press
THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF ERIC TRENT VOLUME 1
by Donald E. Keyhoe
Coming this fall!

Donald E. Keyhoe returns to chronicle the super-spy sagas of the high-flying Eric Trent!
Running for only 12 stories in the pages of Flying Aces, the series continued Keyhoe’s tradition of fast-paced air war adventures,
this time featuring a character who hasn’t seen print since these stories’ original publications!
Volume 1 collects the first six stories from 1940–41:
“Secret Flight Sixteen,” “Death Flies Blind,” “Junkers Juggernaut,”
“Swastika Scourge,” “The Ace From Hell” and “Television Tracers.”

$19.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover





Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Now available and arriving in comic shops September 14!

THE BLACK BAT Volume 5: "The Black Bat's Triumph" & "Markets of Treason"
The Nemesis of Crime returns in classic pulp novels by Norman A. Daniels writing as "G. Wayman Jones." First, murder runs rampant as gruesome cloaked hunchback killers terrorize a city until "The Black Bat's Triumph," in a bizarre thriller edited by future BATMAN editor Mort Weisinger! Then, the  Cowled Crimebuster tackles the toughest racket he's ever confronted when ex-bootleggers band together to manipulate "Markets of Treason." GOLDEN AGE OF COMICS BONUS: The Mask returns in a Golden Age classic from Nedor's EXCITING COMICS #5. This instant collector's item showcases the original color pulp covers by Rudolph Belarski and Rafael DeSoto and the original interior illustrations, with historical commentary by Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-212-4 Softcover, 7x10, 112 pages, B&W, $14.95


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

Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Now available and arriving in comic shops September 14!

THE SHADOW Volume 110: "The House on the Ledge" & "The League of Death"
10th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL showcasing The Shadow's comic book debut!
Sanctum Books commemorates ten years of classic pulp reprints with two powerhouse thrillers by Walter B. Gibson writing as "Maxwell Grant." First, escaping from counterfeiters, a young woman and her guardian take refuge in "The House on the Ledge," without knowing that their only hope for salvation lurks in the shadows! Then,The Shadow seeks to answer the strange riddle of why killers are taking their own lives—along with those of their victims! BONUS: The Shadow's 1940 Golden Age of Comics debut from the super-rare Shadow Comics #1 and Walter Gibson recalls writing "A Million Words a Year for Ten Years." This double-novel collector's edition showcases the classic color pulp covers by George Rozen and Graves Gladney and the original interior illustrations by Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Anthony Tollin and Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-214-8 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)

Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books
Coming to online retailers in January!
Coming to comic shops January 25!

THE SHADOW Volume 114: "Death by Proxy" & "Loot of Death"
Alone and unaided, The Shadow wages a solo war on crime in two thrilling pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson writing as "Maxwell Grant." First, the Knight of Darkness investigates a murder ring whose victims die twice, first in real life followed by a "Death by Proxy." Then, the police assume a million-dollar crime to be a simple bank robbery, but The Shadow knows there is a hidden secret behind the "Loot of Death." This double novel pulp reprint showcases the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and the classic interior illustrations by Tom Lovell and Edd Cartier, with historical commentary by Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-222-3 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
Coming to online retailers in January!
Coming to comic shops January 25!

THE SPIDER Volume 12: "The Devil's Death-Dwarfs" & "Harbor of Nameless Dead"
The pulp era's most bloodthirsty crimefighter wages his deadly war on crime in two violent pulp thrillers by Norvell Page. First, thousands of people die as the Living Pharaoh terrorizes Cincinatti with "The Devil's Death Dwarfs" in the second installment of the Spider's most legendary saga! Then, an enemy spy network plots to destroy a Navy dirigible and undermine America's coastal defenses as Richard Wentworth battles to protect the "Harbor of Nameless Dead." This special collector's volume features the classic color covers by Rafael DeSoto and John Newton Howitt, John Fleming Gould's classic interior illustrations and historical commentary by Will Murray. (Sanctum Books) 978-1-60877-223-0 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!

PulpFest Lecture 3 - Collaborating with Philip Jose Farmer
In this panel discussion, Paul Spiteri, Chris Carey, Win Eckert, and Danny Adams discuss their experiences collaborating wit Phil Farmer in bringing unfinished works present in his "Magic Filing Cabinet."  This is part of the story of how the works and ideas of Philip Jose Farmer Have been kept alive by his fans, friends, and relations.

Tommy Hancock: What's New at ProSe?
Writer, publisher, and Pulp wunderkind Tommy Hancock fills us in on SOME of what's new at ProSe publications.  There are so many things happening at ProSe that I can't even count them.  They will have published almost 100 works in 2016!  As always, Tommy and I have a blast and there are a few exclusives coming out RIGHT HERE!  Don't miss it!
Past episodes:
Pulpfest 5: Dick Enos
Jon C. Breuning : "The Midnight Guardian Hour of Darkness"

Strange Days : An Argent Universe novel by Jeff Deischer
Jim Beard and the "Super Swingin' Heroes 1968 Special "
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Volume 8 with Ian Watson and George Kuch


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

Collectibles Section Updated
PulpFest 2016 Report
More Collectibles for Sale Being Listed for July 4th Weekend!
Collectibles Section Updated

 
Blood 'N' Thunder / Murania Press

The latest issue of Blood 'n' Thunder continues our survey of Famous Fantastic Mysteries, that most underrated pulp reprint magazine.

Readers will also find extensive coverage of important vintage films: "Cliffhanger Classics" revisits The House Without a Key, the 1926 silent serial that introduced moviegoers to Charlie Chan, while "Pulp Page to Silver Screen" takes an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at three 1946 Monogram Pictures whodunits featuring The Shadow.

Other department installments focus on such rare pulps as Detective Dragnet and Dime Mystery Book.

In other articles: Western yarns by Robert E. Howard, creator of Conan the Barbarian, are examined and defended by Howard scholar Morgan Holmes.

Prolific novelist Will Murray contributes a piece on a proposed Street & Street hero pulp that was to have had a time-traveling protagonist and be edited by the legendary SF writer John W.Campbell.

The issue is rounded out by two portfolios; one features ads for 1930s Street & Smith pulps published in the company's top-selling movie fan magazine Picture Play, the other reproduces rare pulp cover paintings scanned from the original art.

100 pages, 8x10, trade paperback
Price: $12.50

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


 

Bold Venture Press
ZORRO: The Complete Pulp Adventures Volume 3
by Johnston McCulley

Now available!

Zorro rides again in new editions from Bold Venture Press

Bold Venture Press presents the complete original pulp adventures of Zorro! Volume three presents Zorro Rides Again, a full-length adventure never reprinted since its original 1931 publication. With a shock of disbelief, the old Spanish California village heard that its friend Zorro was now attacking the weak and helpless! Hated by those who once worshiped him, hounded by the soldiery, the proud Zorro again becomes an outlaw to regain his stolen honor. In addition to Zorro Rides Again, this edition includes eleven thrill-packed short stories, published as a continuing series in West, the legendary pulp fiction magazine. There’s action aplenty in “Zorro Draws His Blade” when the masked swordsman first duels with Sergeant Manuel Garcia. Also: John E. Petty, film lecturer and pop culture author, examines Zorro’s exploits in Saturday matinee serials.

Trade paperback, 6 x 9, 322 pages, $19.95
ISBN-13:  9781537128962


Volume 4 — On sale November 2016
Volume 5 — On sale January 2017
Volume 6 — On sale March 2017



   

THE BRONZE GAZETTE
Now available!

We're taking pre-orders for official Bronze Gazette gear!

The items will debut at the Arizona Doc Con XIX the weekend of November 4-6 in Glendale Arizona with mail orders fill shortly after.

Embroidered hats are $25.00 and 100% cotton preshrunk t-shirts are $20.00 for sizes S-2XL and $23.00 for sizes 3XL and 4XL.

The merchandise will be available for pick up at the convention or by mail for a small shipping fee.

These items will be made to order , so please get your requests in by September 30th to insure you get one!

Contact Terry Allen at docsavagefan@yahoo.com to put in your reservation
 


 



Castalia House Blog - Now online!

Short Reviews – The Madcap Metalloids, by W.V. Athanas - New!
Short Reviews – Queen of the Martian Catacombs, by Leigh Brackett
RETROSPECTIVE: “Song in a Minor Key” by C. L. Moore
The Reavers of Skaith

The Digest Enthusiast Blog - Now online!

Isaac Asimov’s The Gentle Vultures
- New!
Ellery Queen’s 75th Anniversary Edition - New!
Pulp Literature #11 Summer 2016
The Pulpster #25  
Sea Stories #2  
Dashiell Hammett: The Main Death
Alias Calvin M. Knox’ Alien Vordilians
Digest Magazine Checklists



Doc Con 2016
November 4, 5 & 6, 2016

Doc Con will be held November 4, 5 & 6, 2016.
Request that vacation time...mark those calendars and let everyone know you will be in Phoenix the first weekend of November.
Special plans are still being made to make this the best Doc Con ever!
So stay tuned for more details to follow as soon as we can announce them.


 Doc Con in a box 2016 and t-shirt pre-orders now open!

It's getting to be that time again and , like last year, I'll be helping out all of you who can't attend Doc Con XIX in Glendale, Az in November by reserving some of the top swag and making it available to you via mail.

So far, the confirmed contents of  in the 2016 "Doc Con in a Box " will be an exclusive signed and numbered lithograph created by Joe DeVito for Doc Con and signed by Joe and Will Murray, the full color program full of interviews and articles and a Doc Con tote bag.  
The current estimate for the Doc Box is $30.00 plus shipping.
I'd expect the price to go up $10.00 - $20.00 depending on how much additional items I can confirm quantities of.
I don't need any money right now, just your promise to pay and I'll put you on the reservation list.

Also, I'm taking pre-orders for the official Doc Con 2016 T-Shirt , "Got Doc? " along with matching hats.
The shirts are the usual 100% cotton preshrunk shirt like previous years. The hats are high quality with embroidered design.
The shirts will be available in Men's and women's sizes S- 2XL for $20.00 and 3 XL - 4XL for $23.00The hats run $25.00

The Golden Age - Now online!

N.C. Wyeth illustrating Jules Verne's The Mysterious Island - New!
Some Great Pulp Covers - 1930's - 40's ~ Art By Belarski, Rozen, Saunders, Anderson, Ward, Howitt and others
Some Great Paperback Book Covers ~ art by Rudolph Belarski and others...but mostly Belarski
Franklin Booth ~ published by Robert Frank ~ 1925
Mark Schultz ~ Assorted Covers
Robert E. Howard's Kull - the unpublished Barry Smith

Gotham Pulp Collectors Club
The September meeting of the Gotham Pulp Club is the FOURTH Saturday (9/24) in the month. 
This is a one time change, all the rest of the meetings are the usual third Saturday of the month.

 Gotham Pulp Collectors Club is a club for pulp collectors to meet in the NYC/Metro area.
It meets the 3rd Saturday of every month.
Check the website at the link below for exact time and place information.

Name:  Gotham Pulp Collectors Club
Time: 1-5 PM
Place:  
Muhlenberg Library on West 23rd Street.

Contact:  Mark Halegua at msh@pulps1st.com


Gotham Pulp Collectors Club

Hard Case Crime
FOREVER AND A DEATH
An unused plot for Pierce Brosnan’s 007 has resurfaced - as a novel!

Coming in June 2017!

Back in the 1990s, Eon Productions worked with a number of writers to develop the story for the follow-up to Goldeneye. One of those writers was Donald Westlake, legendary author of over 100 crime novels, the perhaps most famous of which were the Parker books (under his pseudonym of Richard Stark).

In 1995, before Goldeneye was even released, Westlake turned into Eon two treatments for “Bond 18.” Both his treatments apparently used as their backdrop Hong Kong’s transfer of sovereignty to China. In one of the treatments, Westlake had 007 facing off against Gideon Goodbread, an American businessman who planned to level Hong Kong after robbing its banks – a revenge scheme for the death of his missionary parents at the hands of the Red Chinese. Westlake described his Bond villain as “John Goodman with a Southern accent”, and likened him to the lead character in Jim Thompson’s The Killer Inside Me. Goodbread commanded an army of Amerasian orphans he called “the Children.”

Westlake floated the following titles for his Bond adventure: Dragonsteeth; Nobody Dies; Forever And A Death; Never Look Back; On Borrowed Time. That last title was prophetic; the time-sensitive nature of the Hong Kong chanegover backdrop was deemed unsuitable, we got Tomorrow Never Dies instead, and Westlake's script was shelved.

Now Hard Case Crime has resurrected this lost story, which at some point Westlake rewrote as a novel - Forever And A Death.

It’s no longer a James Bond story and the details described above may not be included, but the vestigial elements of the story seem to be in place.
As a bonus, the novel will contain an afterword by one of the Bond producers, describing the history of the project.

The cover is by artist Paul Mann.




IRWIN ALLEN'S LOST IN SPACE: THE LOST ADVENTURES #4 - Arriving in comic shops September 14!
(Writer) Carey Wilber, Holly Interlandi (Art/Cover) Patrick McEvoy

The second unfilmed script from Irwin Allen's Lost in Space begins here: "Malice in Wonderland"! First series colorist Patrick McEvoy takes over full art duties in this adventure that begins when Will, Penny, Doctor Smith, and the Robot find themselves whisked away to a very different dimension... one with Mad Hatters, talking teapots, and a very angry Queen of Hearts.

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99

 



Jerry Schneider Enterprises
Now available!

FUTURE FICTION, March 1940

Contents
ISLES OF THE BLEST by Frederic Arnold Kummer Jr
AFTER DOOMSDAY by John Cotton
INTERPLANETARY GRAVEYARD by Edmond Hamilton
AS IN THE BEGINNING by Jack Williamson
RING AROUND THE SUN by Isaac Asimov

Pulp Sized Magazine, 7 x 10 inch, 116 pages
$12.95





KONG OF SKULL ISLAND #3 (of 6) - Arriving in comic shops September 14!
Writer: James Asmus
Artist: Carlos Magno
Main Cover: Nick Robles

Volcanic eruptions and political overtakings—the Kongs struggle against the horrors of Skull Island.

Full Color, 32 pages, $3.99




Martin Grams' Blog - Now online!

Free streaming video from the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention
The Shadow of Fu Manchu Radio Program
Bruce Lee as Kato on the Green Hornet



September 15-17, 2016! 

COME MEET HOLLYWOOD CELEBRITIES
GET THEIR AUTOGRAPH!   HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN WITH THEM!

ROBERT FULLER
KEIR DULLEA
GARY LOCKWOOD
LUCIANA PALUZZI
DEBRA PAGET
THE AMAZING KESKIN
JIM ROSIN
MARK REDFIELD
CAROL FORD
JOE MARTELLE
KENT McCORD
DABNEY COLEMAN
KATHY GARVER
BERNIE KOPELL
JOHN AMOS
BRITT EKLAND
GERI REISCHL
RUSTY GILLIGAN
EDDIE DEEZEN
JEREMY AMBLER


EVENTS
So much goes on during the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention that we suggest you look over the schedules and map out what seminars and movies you want to see during the weekend.
 
ADMISSION
Cost is $20 per person, per day. Children under the age of 16 are free.
You can pay for admission at the front gate when you attend the convention.
Admission gives you access to everything during the weekend.
  
EVERYONE WHO ATTENDS GETS A FREE 56-PAGE PROGRAM GUIDE!

Purchasing tickets in advance will save you money. Tickets are $15 per person, per day. If you pay for admission at the door, the cost is $20 per person, per day.
 
The purchase of a Saturday Evening Dinner Banquet Ticket includes free admission for Saturday. If you plan to attend the entire weekend and the dinner banuqet, buy a two-day ticket for every dinner banquet ticket you buy.

VENDORS AND DEALER ROOM HOURS
Thursday, 10 am to 9 pm
Friday, 10 am to 9 pm
Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm


HOTEL
The Convention is held at Hunt Valley Wyndham in Maryland.
The Hotel is located at 245 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley, Maryland, 21031
 Hotel phone number: 410-785-7000
IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS BOOKING A ROOM, ASK FOR SHARON.



Mike Chomko -  September/October 2016 newsletter is now available!

Mike has released a list of pulp-related books and periodicals available from Mike Chomko for September/October 2016

Orders over $20 are discounted approximately 10%.
Shipping is between $2-6, depending on the weight of your order (media mail or bound printed matter). 
Michael Chomko, 2217W. Fairview Street, Allentown, PA  18104-6542

Send Mike an email at mikechomko@gmail.com to subscribe to his catalogue.

Mike has established a website where you can download his current and past newsletters.
The website is located at http://sites.google.com/site/mikechomkobooks/



The New Pulp Heroes - Now online!

The Centipede (Villain)
- New!
Super Incorporated
The Hood
The Apparition  
Snake
The Challenger

Pulpgen-Online Pulps - Now online!

New this week

"There's Something About a Hero" by William Brandon from THRILLING DETECTIVE, September, 1941
Sam Ireland Stumbles Knee-Deep in a Killing - But His Valiant Courage Lifts Him From the Grim Depths of a Slaughter Charge!

"Alphabet Coup" by Jack D'Arcy from POPULAR DETECTIVE, January, 1936
Correlli's Criminal Mob is Smashed - but the Mad Dog Who Led the Pack is Still at Large, and it's Up to Larry Brent to Get Him!

"Limber Johnson's Getaway" by Clay Perry from ALL-STORY WEEKLY, July 5, 1919
A logging story. Johnson, an excellent lumberjack, is wanted for manslaughter. The sheriff thinks he can catch him during the spring log-run. But events lead in another direction.



Pulp Adventurecon
November 5, 2016!




Pulp Crazy - Now online!

Review: Night’s Dominion #1 by Ted Naifeh - New!
PulpFest 2016 – Guest of Honor, Ted White
PulpFest 2016 – FarmerCon XI Author Readings
Pulp Crazy’s PulpFest 2016 Convention Report
Pulp Den - Now online!

Hiatus
Golden Hell
The Black Shadow
         Pulp Den  

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

Pulpfest 2016 - a few photos
Happy Fourth of July to you...  
Pulp Magazine collector picture from EBay
Rare interview with a pulp illustrator - Creig Flessel

The Pulp Hermit - Now online!

The Shadow In Review
The Baroness #1
Small But Deadly Wars
Collector's Guide To Trading Cards
Hell's Hostages
Pulp Magazines Project - Now online!

Publishing legends The Black Mask (1920), Weird Tales (1923), and Amazing Stories (1926) are considered so “extremely rare and valuable” that the U.S. Library of Congress houses its collection of 277 issues in Washington, D.C.’s Rare Book and Special Collections Division—along with the personal libraries of Presidents, medieval and Renaissance manuscripts, and one of only three known perfect copies of the Gutenberg Bible in existence. With its latest addition of 4 issues of The Black Mask (Aug. & Sept. 1920; Dec. 1921; and Apr. 1922), the Pulp Magazines Project has made all 3 classic titles available together—for the first time—in high-quality, cover-to-cover digital editions.

Also available at the Pulp Magazines Project, new issues of the iconic “weird menace” pulp, Dime Mystery Magazine (Apr. 1938 and Sept. 1946); Adventure (Jul. 1, 1928; feat. Walt Coburn’s “The Man Who Hated Himself”); Western Story (Jul. 27, 1940); Detective Story (May 1938; feat. Zorro-creator Johnston McCulley’s “Thubway Tham’s Thothial Thecurity”); and histories of both The Black Mask (E.R. Hagemann; UCLA) and Dime Mystery Magazine (Emily Sisler; University of West Florida).



The Pulp Magazines Project is an open-access digital archive dedicated to the study and preservation of one of the twentieth century's most influential literary & artistic forms: the all-fiction pulpwood magazine. The Project also provides information on the history of this important but long neglected medium, along with biographies of pulp authors, artists, and their publishers.

At the heart of the Project's mission is the archive itself. In summer 2011, it began with a modest library of five representative first-generation pulp titles from the early twentieth century. Over time, the archive will expand, new magazines will be digitized, and contextual materials added. Eventually, the archive will feature a broad range of pre-1923 titles, post-1923 titles where copyright has lapsed, and full volume runs of select titles from 1896 to 1946.

The Project is dedicated to fostering ties between communities of collectors, fans, and academics devoted to pulp magazines, and will offer opportunities for research and collaboration to both scholars and enthusiasts alike. We will provide information on upcoming conferences and conventions, and promote new working relationships between academics and the hundreds of pulp fans and collectors beyond the college and university.


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


That's Pulp! by John Olsen

Perry Mason: novels #19 and #20 - New!
‘Gray Face’: Gibson’s final Shadow tale
The Spider #112: ‘The Howling Death’
Perry Mason: novels #17 and #18
Manhunt of Mystery Island’: a serial in 15 chapters
Lost Shadow OTR: ‘The Thoughts of Death’

Yellowed Perils by William Lampkin

Bits of pulp: Foundation, Jedi, & more
PulpFest 2016 reports
PulpFest 2016, days 3-4
PulpFest 2016, day 2


James Madison University Libraries will host the first Pulp Studies Symposium on October 7-8, 2016.
JMU Special Collections recently acquired a large number of original Love Story issues that represent its entire publication run,
and is thrilled to feature them to promote the Pulp Studies Symposium.
Laurie Powers will be one of the plenary speakers at the Symposium. She will be speaking about Daisy Bacon and LOVE STORY.

James Madison University
880 Madison Drive
Harrisonburg, VA 22807



Radio Archives
James Christopher, Operator #5 Audiobook
#14 Blood Reign Of The Dictator

by Frederick C. Davis writing as Curtis Steele
Read by Milton Bagby

Now available!

By plague and fire, bribery and chicanery, terrorism and extortion, the insane dictator Ursus Young has established himself as the supreme ruler of America. Who is left with sufficient strength to thwart him? Already he has scattered far and wide the organization of which Operator #5, America’s Secret Service Ace, forms so important a part. Against such tremendous, dictatorial power Jimmy Christopher finds himself battling with a desperation such as he has never felt before...

From out of the pages of Operator #5 magazine steps a dramatic hero who pits himself against threats to national security from all origins. Whether it’s a subversive internal threat, or a full-scale invasion from an enemy land, James Christopher stood ready and resolute to defeat it.

James Christopher did not technically belong to the U. S. Secret Service. He was a top agent for an America’s unnamed Intelligence Service. It was in his blood. His father, John Christopher, retired from the same agency years before. Answerable only to his superior, Z-7, and carrying a letter from the President of the United States identifying him as Operator #5, Jimmy Christopher played for keeps. He carried a rapier sewn into his belt, and in a golden skull hanging from his watch-chain was a reservoir of poison to be taken in the event of capture.

Aided by a small group of trusted assistants, ranging from his twin sister Nan to scrappy street urchin Tim Donovan, Jimmy Christopher was a one-man defense force. Proud and patriotic, expert marksman and swordsman, he is the best America has to offer in a time of severe trial.

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. His job: to defeat a new invasion of the United States — every month!
 
Blood Reign Of The Dictator is read with stirring intensity by Milton Bagby. Originally published in the May 1935 issue of Operator #5 magazine.
 
5 hours - $9.99 Download / $19.98 Audio CDs


Radio Archives
Radio Archives Pulp Classics
The Spider #112 eBook
January 1943

by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge

Now available!

Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine.
As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.

 
Another epic exploit of America’s best-loved pulp-fiction character of the 1930s and 1940s: The Spider — Master of Men! Richard Wentworth — the dread Spider, nemesis of the Underworld, lone wolf anti-crime crusader who always fights in that grim no-man’s land between Law and lawless — returns in vintage pulp tales of the Spider, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
 
Table of Contents:
 
Meet the Spider! by Will Murray
 
The Web — A Department
Conducted by The Chief
Meet another “Dick and Nita.”
 
Book-Length Spider Novel
The Howling Death by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
The Master of the Howling Death had to recruit his henchmen from the ranks of condemned murderers. For only the most vicious, inhuman killers could make their fellow men scream out their lives like dogs gone mad... A vital, breathtaking story you will never forget!
 
Murder Begins at Midnight — A Jay Hines Story by Russell Gray
Detective Jay Hines, who’d witnessed one murder and arrived too late for the second, was determined to participate in the third — even if it meant being the corpse.
 
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 Shadow - Under the Blue Light - Now online!

The Magigal's Mystery
- New!
The Python
The Radium Murders
The Murdering Ghost
 
Speculative!
THE PHOENIX ON THE SWORD MP3 audio CD!
Coming in October!


The Phoenix on the Sword Audio CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio


At this point in Conan the Barbarian's career, he is the king of Aquilonia after having overthrown and killed the previous king, and some disgruntled subjects are plotting to assasinate him. Treachery, betrayal, and evil magic come into play and then, of course, there is a climactic slaughter in the king's bedroom. As always, Howard's descriptions are clear and effective, and he creates characters that are easy to tell apart.

Narrated by Jim Roberts

Audio CD
Publisher: Speculative!; MP3 edition
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1531887236
ISBN-13: 978-1531887230
$9.99


Amazon.com

Subterranean Press
EARLY DAYS: MORE TALES FROM THE PULP ERA
By Robert Silverberg

Cover art by Bob Eggleton
About to start shipping!
To be sold out on pubication!


Production status: Due to be published imminently.
The book has sold well enough that it will be declared out of print when all the large account orders are filled, so this may be your best time to pick up a copy!


In 2006, Robert Silverberg published In the Beginning, a generous selection of stories from the early, developmental stages of his distinguished sixty-year career. Fast-paced, energetic, and unabashedly pulp-like in their origins and ambitions, those stories proved to be an unexpected gift to Silverberg’s many readers. That gift continues with Early Days, a second volume of apprentice fiction as wide-ranging and enjoyable as the first.

Early Days collects seventeen impossible to find stories from the years 1956 to 1958, supplemented by a fascinating introduction and extensive notes on the creation and publication history of each story. Together, these non-fiction pieces constitute both an episodic memoir and an affectionate history of an era when pulp magazines still dominated the SF marketplace.

Without exception, each of the stories in Early Days offers honest, unpretentious entertainment. The astonishingly prolific Silverberg may have had a bit to learn back then, but he had an innate understanding of narrative that shines through every one of these tales. The stories range in tone from the grimly dystopian future of “The Inquisitor” to the playful “Space Is the Place,” in which a maintenance technician from Crawford IX experiences comic culture shock during a mandatory vacation on Earth. “Rescue Mission” revolves around the telepathic connection between two interplanetary intelligence agents. “Housemaid No. 103” provides a humorous glimpse into the romantic difficulties of a far future matinee idol. “Harwood’s Vortex” combines a mad scientist, alien invaders, and the possible end of life as we know it into a single colorful narrative.

Silverberg, of course, would evolve into one of the genuine masters of the genre, and this retrospective collection of early work offers invaluable insights into his development. Silverberg himself calls Early Days “an affectionate tribute to my hardworking self of more than half a century ago.” It is all of that and more. Anyone with an interest in Silverberg’s career, or in the history and evolution of modern science fiction, needs to read this book. They may not write ‘em like this anymore, but once upon a time they did. And looking back has never been so much fun.

340+ pages of his apprentice efforts, as well as copious personal notes about the stories.
Limited: 1000 signed numbered hardcover copies: $40




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.

Hannes Bok (1914-1964) - New!
The Golden Anniversary of Star Trek - New!
More on Boris Dolgoff . . . But Only a Little
Boris Dolgov (?-?)  
More Utopia, More Dystopia
Harry Ferman (1906-1973)



WEIRDBOOK #33
Coming this October!

Table of contents

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

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

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




William Patrick Maynard - Now online!
Master of Kung Fu #22 sees the welcome return of artist Paul Gulacy who came and went a bit in these early issues. The first half of the story sees Shang-Chi set upon by Si-Fan assassins at a Chinese restaurant in New York before infiltrating his father’s skyscraper base of operations. Fu Manchu has captured both Sir Denis Nayland Smith and Black Jack Tarr. Shang-Chi stows away aboard Fu Manchu’s private jet unaware of their destination. Once on the ground, he follows as his father’s minions lead their captives to a cave in the side of a mountain which has been filled with dynamite. Shang-Chi rescues the two Englishmen and prevents the detonation which would have seen Fu Manchu kill his archenemy in the same instant he destroyed Mount Rushmore. Doug Moench, like Steve Englehart before him, has an embarrassment of riches that are largely squandered with insufficient page count to fully develop his narrative. This would soon change, however, and make the series one of the finest published in the 1970s.

Read the rest at the link below.








02 September 2016

2016 Pulp Shows

The Pulp Coming Attractions Pulp Shows page has been updated with available information on the presently known pulp & paperback shows scheduled for 2016!
Click on the PULP SHOWS link below or the icon at the top of the page and start making your reservations!


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

September 2, 2016
September 9, 2016
September 30, 2016
September 30, 2016

PATIENT ZERO
ROBINSON CRUSOE
DEEPWATER HORIZON
MISS PEREGINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN
October 7, 2016
October 21, 2016

October 21, 2016
October 28, 2016
October TBA, 2016
GAMBIT
JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK

A MONSTER CALLS
INFERNO
HOWARD LOVECRAFT AND THE FROZEN KINGDOM
November 4, 2016
November 11, 2016
November 18, 2016
DOCTOR STRANGE
ARRIVAL
FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
December 16, 2016
December 21, 2016
December 25, 2016
ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY
PASSENGERS
JUMANJI

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

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

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

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

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

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



Age of Aces
Now available!

CAPTAIN PHILIP STRANGE: STRANGE SPECTRES by Donald E. Keyhoe

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

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

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


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


SQUADRON OF THE DEAD by Frederick C. Painton


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

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

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

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

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


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





Altus Press: Enjoy Pulps! by David Lee Smith - Now online!

Edgar Rice Burroughs: The Bibliography
Pulps Pricings Sales Census: Flying Stories (Oct. and Dec. 1929)

Pulps Pricings Sales Census: Confessions of a Stool Pigeon (1931)

Pulps Pricings Sales Census: Brief Stories (December 1925)

Altus Press
Pulp Logo T-shirts

Now available!

Black Mask T-Shirt
This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp hero’s magazine from the 1930s. This aviation hero fought the foes of America from 1934 to 1935.
Note: blue fabric only.
$19.95
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.
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$19.95

Dr. Yen Sin T-Shirt
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Short Stories T-Shirt
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Popular Publications Logo 1 T-Shirt
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$24.95

Popular Publications Logo 2 T-Shirt
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$24.95

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Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds T-Shirt
This is the authentic logo used for this classic pulp hero’s magazine from the 1930s. This aviation hero fought the foes of America from 1934 to 1935.
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$19.95

Argosy Magazine T-Shirt
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$19.95

Famous Fantastic Mysteries T-Shirt
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$19.95

Dime Detective Magazine T-Shirt
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$19.95

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









Altus Press
THE WILD ADVENTURES LINE OF CLASSIC PULP CHARACTERS
THE WILD ADVENTURES OF PAT SAVAGE
THE WILD ADVENTURES OF KING KONG
THE WILD ADVENTURES OF DOC SAVAGE

Coming in September, October, and December!

Altus Press is expanding its Wild Adventures line of classic pulp fiction characters starring in new exploits,
which last year added the Wild Adventures of Tarzan to the ongoing Wild Adventures of Doc Savage licensed series.


Our September release is the first volume in the Wild Adventures of Pat Savage. Move over, Nancy Drew and Annie Oakley, Doc Savage’s feisty cousin Patricia is getting her own series!

Written by Will Murray, the creator of Marvel Comics’ Squirrel Girl, and based on a outline by Doc Savage originator Lester Dent, Six Scarlet Scorpions teams the bronze-skinned golden girl with Doc Savage associate Monk Mayfair in her first solo adventure.

Patricia Savage had come to Tulsa to speculate in oil. That was all. To make a quick killing and go home richer than before.

But when a man claiming that his blood had been drained to feed an unknown creature begs Pat for help, she drops everything and goes on the warpath. Soon Pat and her business partner, Monk Mayfair, are on the run from the Oklahoma law. The proof of their guilt? Indelible scorpions tattooed to their faces!

For October, there is the long-awaited King Kong vs. Tarzan. Fans of both iconic characters have long dreamed of a face-off between these jungle giants ever since Kong creator Merian C. Cooper attempted to film one back in 1935. Fully licensed by Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. and the Cooper estate, King Kong vs. Tarzan recounts the previously untold story of the sea voyage from Skull Island to New York City in which the mighty Kong was transported to his doom back in 1933.

When Kong nearly breaks his chains, the crew of the tramp freighter Wanderer are forced to release him into the african jungle, where, lost and hungry, the former monarch of Skull Island blunders into the domain of another jungle ruler—Tarzan of the Apes! The stage is set for the ultimate rumble in the jungle. But will the beast-god and the ape-man become foes—or friends?

Written by prolific pulp novelist Will Murray, King Kong vs. Tarzan is a follow-up to last year's Tarzan: Return to Pal-ul-don and marks the start of the Wild Adventures of King Kong.

Finally, the 13th installment of the Wild Adventures of Doc Savage brings the Man of Bronze to 1930s Wyoming to investigate a seemingly supernatural mystery that begins when a naked man is sighted swimming in circles high over the Big Horn Mountains. When he falls to his death and is discovered soaked to the skin in spite of a long summer drought, Doc Savage realizes that something sinister is afoot.

Extortion notes prove that a human agency lies behind a growing outbreak of levitation murders. After a passenger airliner slams into a mysterious floating body of water, the crisis escalates.

From the Big Horn Mountains to Devil’s Tower, Doc Savage and his mighty crew race against time to avert an impending tragedy created by the unknown devil in human form who calls himself Mr. Calamity.
Bylined Kenneth Robeson, Mr. Calamity is a December release.

All three titles will be released in hardcover, trade paperback, and ebook formats with cover art by acclaimed illustrator, Joe DeVito.






Altus Press
DUSTY AYRES AND HIS BATTLE BIRDS #1: BLACK LIGHTNING!
by Robert Sydney Bowen

Coming this fall!

“America, you are next!” As those words rang through the War Department room, officers gasped in horror.
Fire-Eyes, emperor of the world, had invaded their secret council to hurl his challenge.
And America knew only one answer—“War Declared!”

$12.95 softcover





Altus Press
DR. YEN SIN #2: THE MYSTERY OF THE GOLDEN SKULL
by Donald E. Keyhoe

Coming this fall!

Moving east from the ration’s capitol at Washington, Dr. Yen Sin, saffron-skinned scourge of the Orient, sets up his hell-base in New York and under the banner of the Golden Skull, once again locks horns with Michael Traile, the Man Who Never Sleeps, and his partner Eric Gordon.

What is the ghastly doom he brings with him to turn living men to rainbow-colored dust?
Why should the flowers in his corpse garden have their heads removed, only to be sewed on again—backwards—by the surgeon mandarin?


$12.95 softcover




Altus Press
A MATTER OF RANGE: THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF THE MAJOR VOLUME 2
by L. Patrick Greene

Coming this fall!

The long-running and much-beloved series from the pages of Short Stories is finally collected in order and with a plethora of bonus material.

Join Aubrey St. John Major—AKA the Major—and his faithful companion, Jim the Hottentot, on their adventures across the diamond country of Africa. This collection includes the next nine stories, along with another rare, never-before reprinted story by Greene.

$19.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover




Altus Press
THE COMPLETE ADVENTURES OF ERIC TRENT VOLUME 1
by Donald E. Keyhoe
Coming this fall!

Donald E. Keyhoe returns to chronicle the super-spy sagas of the high-flying Eric Trent!
Running for only 12 stories in the pages of Flying Aces, the series continued Keyhoe’s tradition of fast-paced air war adventures,
this time featuring a character who hasn’t seen print since these stories’ original publications!
Volume 1 collects the first six stories from 1940–41:
“Secret Flight Sixteen,” “Death Flies Blind,” “Junkers Juggernaut,”
“Swastika Scourge,” “The Ace From Hell” and “Television Tracers.”

$19.95 softcover / $29.95 hardcover





Art's Reviews Podcasts! - Now online!

Nothing new this week.

Past episodes:
Pulpfest 5: Dick Enos
Jon C. Breuning : "The Midnight Guardian Hour of Darkness"

Strange Days : An Argent Universe novel by Jeff Deischer
Jim Beard and the "Super Swingin' Heroes 1968 Special "
Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Volume 8 with Ian Watson and George Kuch
The Superlatives- Silver Age style hero comic stories in prose by Jeff Deischer
Danny Adams discusses "Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday"
Micah Harris and "Murder in the Miracle Room"
Beb Books
Now available!

Caravan of the Dead by Harold Lamb


In the foothills of the Himalayas there is a mystery caravan that travels in silence. There are no bells on the camels, the drivers do not chant or curse their beasts of burden. And it is said that anyone who attempts to follow this caravan of the Dead never returns! John Donovan, English adventurer dares to follow the Caravan and like so many he disappears from the face of the Earth.

    Edith Rand, American heiress, is vacationing in Kashmir, long regarded as the jewel of the Indian  sub-continent, when she is abducted and carried into the hills where both British and Russians have tried to conquer and failed. Edith Rand’s and John Donovan’s lives will intersect in interesting ways... A thrilling adventure by the master of adventures. 90,000 words long. $9.00 plus postage printed or $1.99 in ePub eBook format

House of Skulls by H. Bedford-Jones.

Six stories reflecting the wide range of subjects Bedford-Jones could write, and master them all.
  • To save the life of a Christian missionary woman the 3rd mate of a shipwrecked freighter must learn to think ruthlessly as the Raja of Hell Island. A novella of stirring adventure.
  • An American detective learns that when it comes to solving a murder btween orientals he’s out of his league.
  • A Mississippi hellcat gets religion and decides to clean up the pirates along Lake Michigan, a tale of early pioneer days,
  • A man defrauded by other gives the man ten minutes for him to do the right thing, or else ... nothing.
  • A actor to volunteered for the World War finds that civilian life does hold the same appeal that it once  did.
  • The House with Indian skulls embedded in its foundation proved to bad lucky for both the man who built it and the man who bought.
$6.0 plus postage printed or $1.99 ePub e-book.


The Science Fiction of Ed Earl Repp, Book I: Beyond Gravity and other air-adventures.

Three novellas from the short lived Air Wonder Stories: Beyond Gravity, its sequel, The Annihilator Comes and Flight of the Eastern Star.
$6.00 plus postage for print, $1.99 for ePube-book.


The War of the Planets and Around the World in 24 Hours by R. H. Romans

R. H. Romans wrote only three stories for Hugo Gernsback’s Amazing Stories. Who he was, what else he might have written is completely unknown. This book collects his first and third story. The remaining story, a long novel, The Moon Conquerors will be forthcoming soon.

The War of the Planets is a sequel of sorts to the Moon Conquerors. It tells the history of the peoples from a planet that once existed between Mars and Jupiter, how they destroyed their homeworld, resettled on the Moon before populating the Earth. Fought wars with ant-like Martians, fought among themselves in the process of which sculpted Earth to look the way it is Today. A fascinating journey through a hundred thousand years of pre-history.

Around the World in 24 Hours is a clever tale about a man who has discovered a new way of propelling a plane through the air in such manner that he can circle the world in one day's time while still indulging in a lot of horse-play.
$6.00 plus postage printed or $1.99 as an Epub e-book.




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Black Coat Press
New titles now available!

HARRY DICKSON: THE MAN IN GREY
by Arnould Galopin
Adapted and retold by J-M. & R. Lofficier
Cover by Stephan Martiniere

“Let’s return to Baker Street, Harry,” he said. “The evidence is indisputable; the conclusion inescapable... We face Fantômas!”
 
Southampton, England, 1910. Jack the Ripper is back -- or is he? A series of ghastly murders are reported near the estate of Lord Beltham. Young detective Harry Dickson is mentored by Sherlock Holmes to take over the most perilous case of his budding career. But neither the Great Detective nor his youthful protégé are as yet aware that someone else is pulling the strings behind the scene: the criminal mastermind known as – Fantômas!

The Man in Grey was first published in France in 1911. It is one of the first Holmesian pastiches ever crafted. Penned by the creator of Doctor Omega, it is now being adapted and retold in English for the first time by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier and features a unique crossover between three legendary figures of popular fiction.

.Contents:
- Introduction by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier
- L'Homme au Complet Gris (1911) by Arnould Galopin
- Timeline.


US $20.95 /GBP £12.99
5x8 
trade paperback, 224 pages
SPACE COMMANDOS
by Jimmy Guieu
Adapted by Michael Shreve
Cover by Genkis

Henri-René "Jimmy" Guieu (1926-2000) was one of the leading French SF authors of the 1950s and 60s, before he turned to the exploration of UFOs and parapsychological phenomena. In this classic six-volume saga (presented in English in two volumes), written in 1954 through 1956, Guieu introduced his signature hero, French paleoanthropologist Jean Kariven, and imagined that Earth was secretly caught in a vast space-time war pitting the benevolent Polarians against the aggressive Denebians. Guieu sprinkled the books with some of his favorite themes, such as UFOs, alien encounters and ancient astronauts, while delivering fast-paced SF adventure.

In the second half of the series, the space war between Polarians and Denebians heats up, with Earth stuck in the middle. Jean Kariven is forced to join his space friends and take part in an assault on the enemy's cosmic stronghold. The series ends as it began, on a trip through time showing the changes wrought by the war.

Contents:
Introduction by Jean-Marc Lofficier.
4. Commandos de l'Eespace [Space Commandos] (1955)
5. Nos Ancêtres de l'Avenir [Our Ancestors from the Future] (1956)
6. Prisonniers du Passé [Prisoners of the Past] (1956)


US $30.95 /GBP
£20.99
5x8 
trade paperback, 392 pages

THE FRENCH FANTASY TREASURY
VOLUME 2: MYTHS & LEGENDS

selected & edited by J-M. & R. Lofficier
Research by Brian Stableford
Cover by Michel Borderie

Translations by Ruth Berman, J.S. Chartres, C.J. Cherryh, W.W. Comfort, Lafcadio Hearn, Charles Lamb, Mrs. John Lane, Andrew Lang, Eugene Mason, Peter Antony Motteux, Léonce Rabillon, Michael Shreve, P.J. Sokolowski, Brian Stableford, and Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty.

The French Fantasy Treasury serves as an introduction to French fantasy, which has a long and noble history, quite distinct from its British and American counterparts. Its three volumes chronicle the history of the genre, from its origins through modern times, and include stories, excerpts and novellas by some of the most prestigious authors in French literature.
A must for fantasy lovers everywhere.

This second volume explores how new forms of fantasy emerged from the gothic novels and romanticism of the 19th century, reshaping old myths and revisiting ancient legends of the French countryside, before evolving into the opulent and seductive visions of the Symbolists of the fin de siècle. Can the old beggar woman fed from the crumbs of children's lunches really be the beautiful Queen of Sheba? Was Merlin a creature of the King of Hell and did he ever rise against his father? In these pages, we visit the Kingdom of the Dwarves and the Ashen Tower; we meet the Last Fay and the Lady of the Seven Mirrors; we share in the mournful tales of Anne of the Iles and the Lady of the Cold Kisses.

CONTENTS:
Introduction
MYTHS
Charles Nodier: The Crumb Fairy
Honoré de Balzac: The Pearl Fay
Edgar Quinet: Paradise Rediscovered
LEGENDS
S. Henry Berthoud: The Lady of the Cold Kisses
Paul Féval: Anne of the Isles
Anatole France: Honey Bee
SYMBOLIST FANTASIES
Henri de Régnier: The Tale of the Lady of the Seven Mirrors
Camille Mauclair: The Poison of Precious Stones
Gustave Kahn: The Ashen Tower


US $32.95 /GBP
£22.99
5x8 
trade paperback, 432 pages

 



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

Now available!

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

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

With an introduction by Tom Roberts.

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


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

Now available!

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

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

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

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

With an introduction by Tom Roberts


Softcover, 252 pages, $19.95


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

Now available!

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

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

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

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

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

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

Also included are two newly discovered works!


Softcover, 228 pages, $19.95