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That combined with excitement… action… any rush of physical activity… triggers the poison. Unfortunately, by the time Wentworth discovers this fact, he has drunk the water, himself. Now he must remain calm and cool… or die. Not easy to do and still defeat the madman and rescue Nita Van Sloan. Oh yes, Nita was captured… yet again. This story does leave some unanswered questions that still nag at me.

He was infected with the Green Death. Time and again, we see Wentworth start to exert himself, only to feel the clutch of the Green Death, yet at the end, he runs up the catwalks, frantically fights his way through… He runs, he climbs, he swings on his silk cord, with all his strength he urges his body, he strains every muscle to keep going. And he lives. Did the drug wear off? What about the blank-faced men? What was their fate?

Last we saw them, they had turned mad, and gleefully watched men and women being slaughtered in that giant mowing machine. Will they continue to receive the potion that relieves the symptoms of the burning torture? Do any still live? Will they be cured? Again, we receive no answers. And what of little Bobby Hanley? Wentworth promised his dying mother that he would care for him, but nothing further is said about it.

As it typical in many of these pulp stories, the fiendish poisons just appear from nowhere. How the gangsters obtain them, how they were created and by whom, these things are never explored. They just got them… and use them! Also typically, The Spider is caught in a series of misunderstandings. Since he is present when the Green Death strikes, he is blamed. This is a common theme that runs through The Spider stories. The injustice of it is intended to inflame readers, and it works.

Citizens go to the police with information which could help them solve a case, but they ignore that information because they have their own agenda.

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They interpret what they hear in ways that fit their preconceived ideas. Once again, police fail the city they are supposed to protect. This theme is a recurring one in The Spider stories. But sometimes, the sheer repetition of it seems unbelievable. It almost is illogical how pig-headed the police are portrayed in these stories.

And speaking of the police, their behavior here is outrageous. In one scene, Wentworth, disguised as a non-descript middle-aged man, and Dr. They are not shooting at The Spider… they are just shooting at a middle-aged man and a doctor. The change of title was an editorial decision, and one which may forever remain unexplained.

This is the last Spider story written by Wayne Rogers. He wrote 11 of the Spider pulp adventures. Among his other pulp works were nine Operator No. For his Spider swan song, Wayne Rogers did a great job, creating a really fun story. I liked it a lot, plot holes notwithstanding. Other images, quotations and trademarks protected by their respective owners.

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That's Pulp! Ask the Pulp Gumshoe Looking for something pulp-related on the web? Weird Tales on Film - New! Jimerson Capwell Wyckoff George N. Brendan Fishback coming home from a rock concert ends up the next morning in bed with a corpse, his dead girlfriend Jodi Sizemore. He has no idea how she died. Times is running tight. That night when Edna turns up missing, Brendan and Cobb take off to find her.

Events heat up after they stumble on a well-guarded pot farm. Blood spills in the violent clash. Staying one jump ahead of the local authorities and an enraged drug cartel, Brendan picks up unexpected aid. From the early days of his crime fighting career, comes this brand new adventure of the man known as Jim Anthony; Super Detective. Half Irish, half Comanche and All American, Jim Anthony finds himself caught up in a world-wide conspiracy of murder and carnage as two ancient Greek cults square off against each other in modern times; each vying for world dominance over the other.

Soon, with the aid of a renowned archeological historian and a spunky, fearless female reporter, Jim Anthony is quickly caught up in a mystery like no other he has ever faced before. Acclaimed New Pulp scribe, Joshua Reynolds delivers a fast paced, non-stop action thriller that is pure pulp gold. Writer: Roy Thomas, Pencils: Mike Hawthorne, Inks: John Lucas, Color: Dan Jackson Cover: Aleksi Briclot In underground catacombs beneath Aquilonia's capital, a desperate Conan fights to protect himself—and a young child—from creatures more hideous and deadly than anything he's ever encountered on the surface.

The Road of Kings is no place for weaklings! The index is based with permission on the two classic indexes in this field both now long out of print : Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Fiction: A Checklist of Fiction in U. Pulp Magazines, compiled by Michael L. Cook and Stephen T. Primarily because I just don't have the time. However, sometimes a product comes along that just screams out to be mentioned. If you have a serious interest in the pulps, you will absolutely want to have this CD Index. The CD contains a index for each author, title, issue, series, publisher, and artist, as well as a chronological index by author.

There is also an Issue Checklist which I find most helpful. You can look up any crime, mystery, or gangster pulp and display a grid that shows the volume and number of each issue and when it was published. There is also a brief history of the magazine and the publishers name and address when known. Better yet, when you click on the volume and number for an issue, a new screen reveals the full contents of the magazine along with a thumbnail of the cover that links back to the cover database at Galactic Central!

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The index is similar to the online Fiction Mags Index. Although publication in several hardbound volumes is planned for , the hard copy will no doubt be pricey and not as easy to use as the html version that works with your web browser and is now available at an unbelieveable price. Contento, and Stephen T. Miller have done an astounding job that they can well be proud of. I heartily recommend this product with no reservations. It has been a challenging year this year to prepare for this con, but we finally have some information to get to all of you.

Courtney will open his doors at a. Saturday morning, with the con officially kicking off at 10 a. We will be going until 5 or 6 p. This amount will get you a copy of "The Big Book of Bronze 4" that Jay Ryan is feverishly putting together, plus cover lunch. The main food and soft drinks and water will be provided. We will have several activities throughout the day to keep everyone occupied, plus plenty of time for individual and group discussions.

It will be our usual great day of fun and fellowship based around Doc Savage. Jay Ryan will be hosting Friday night activities, which will include going out for dinner and then recording a radio play at his home. Stay tuned for more information regarding Friday night. We will also convene for Sunday breakfast for those so inclined. Here is what you need to do: — Let us know if you are attending — We will have a raffle again this year.

Those choosing to participate should bring an item or items. Either chips, desserts or other snacks would be great. Please let us know what you'd like to bring so we can hopefully prevent us from getting too much of one thing. Terry Allen will be coming with plenty of Fantom Press merchandise, too. Gun molls, tempting angels and good girls gone bad are the focus of this great calendar, loaded with cover art from original pulp crime thrillers! Fans of original pulp fiction artwork and gorgeous ladies in trouble will be thrilled. But before they could nose out the culprit's trail, their old menace, Iron Jaw, put the bite on them.

The first edition of the Encyclopedia, whose founder and general editor was Peter Nicholls, appeared in , and contained over , words. A second edition, edited by John Clute and Peter Nicholls, appeared in and contained over 1. The beta version of the third edition will contain some 3 million words, including about 12, entries and well over , internal links. The entries cover every area of science fiction, including authors, illustrators, movies, music, games, and fanzines.

The text will be completed, through monthly updates, by the end of Now, this highly-skilled assassin sets his sights on the original Kato. It's an epic kung-fu battle as Hayashi Kato battles the man he helped create. Redhand won't be satisfied, even by defeating Green Hornet and both Katos. He wants to assume the criminal mantle our heroes have established in Century City, making the villainous cover of Green Hornet and Kato a reality, once and for all.

From the early years of Amazing Stories and Astounding Science Fiction to the s and the dawn of the New Wave editor Pelan has assembled a stellar line-up of short story collections by some of his favorite authors in the field. Material has been sourced from publications from Argosy to Weird Tales and these collections are entirely new, with much of the material having never appeared in book form at all!

Temple We asked Mr. Knox, and Arthur Leo Zagat. Burks for Centipede Press. Gallun and Cleve Cartmill. This was the stuff I grew up reading along with contemporary publications. My hope is that there are people out there that either share my tastes or at least are intrigued enough based on previous releases to check out an author they may not be familiar with. The second volume will be the first of several collections gathering the best short fiction of Richard Wilson.

We can be contacted directly at jpelan13 gmail. A young French archeologist disappears without a trace in the jungles of Africa. An American adventurer with time on his hands volunteers to go find her. Through the high thrills of adventure and the adrenalin-pumping lows of terror, these two must unite in their fight to survive the jungle as they attempt to find their way back to the world they left behind and discover a love like no other.

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The contents include: "Pellucidar Revisited" Part 2 by Mike Taylor - A nostalgic look at the 4th and 5th novels in the series. Awesome cover by Paul Privitera. Contact C. Cazedessus II, P. Box , Pagosa Springs, Colorado Email: moonfire frontier.

Listen along at breakneck speed as the two PULPEDsters and Richard talk about his new work, his time in the Horror boom of the s, his forays into Forgotten Realms fantasy fiction, and what is essential to making a New Pulp story Pulp! Howard - Now available! Howard - Now available in Kindle Editions! Howard, Vol. Howard's weird fiction and poetry with all texts meticulously restored to the original versions as published in Weird Tales and other magazines continues with volume 7!

Moore, A. Merritt, H. Introduction by Damon C. Cover by Stephen Fabian. Howard's weird fiction and poetry with all texts meticulously restored to the original versions as published in Weird Tales and other magazines continues with volume 9! Howard's weird fiction and poetry with all texts meticulously restored to the original versions as published in Weird Tales and other magazines continues with volume 10! Poetry of Helen V. Rowe - New! Carlos G. Stratton - New! Royal W. Jimerson - New! Capwell Wyckoff - New! George N. Doc Savage returns! Novelist Will Murray teams up with Doc Savage originator Lester Dent for the first authorized exploit of the legendary superhero in 20 years.

When the California skies fill with howling red cyclones that devour man and machine alike, the Man of Bronze rushes from his Fortress of Solitude to combat the greatest threat he ever faced. Are The Desert Demons a man-made menace — or things from beyond? Based on an unfinished novel by Lester Dent. Cover by acclaimed artist-sculptor Joe DeVito. Argonotes - New pulp blog now online! Munsey Argonotes. Trail of the Snake "Norvell W.

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Page's Western tales are pure fun, filled with smoking guns, thundering hooves, and beautiful women. If entertainment in the grand pulp style is what you're looking for, you've surely come to the right place. Years before he was guiding The Spider, Page was turning out dozens of short mysteries and Westerns. Here, collected in paperback for the first time, are all of Norvell Page's known Western works, including his first fiction sale, "Corralled.

He is even sponsoring one of the prime candidates-an intrepid woman named Josephine Frost-and that's where Bell, chief investigator for the Van Dorn Detective Agency, comes in. Frost's violent-tempered husband has just killed her lover and tried to kill her, and he is bound to make another attempt. Bell has tangled with Harry Frost before; he knows that the man has made his millions leading gangs of thieves, murderers, and thugs in every city across the country. He also knows that Frost won't be only after his wife, but after Whiteway as well.

And if Bell takes the case. Frost will be after him, too. Collecting Fantasy Art is a series of articles by Bob Weinberg who owns one of the finest collections of original science fiction and fantasy art in the world. Belit is dead and Conan strikes out on his own, wandering aimlessly. What he encounters however is black magic and 'The Black Monoliths of Stygia' and Conan is forced to unlock his own rage within the dark abyss of his soul. Charles Moffat is a Canadian writer who writes both fiction and non-fiction.

He has been writing and publishing fictional works since the age of ten. His early works were primarily were short stories about pirate adventures which were published on a weekly basis in a local newspaper. As Moffat got older he began writing more fantasy works, often delving into plots involving espionage and assassins. In recent years he has become a fan of Robert E. Howard and become interested in traditional sword and sorcery fantasy. Format: Kindle Edition Publisher: fiction.

In addition, issue 3 is signed by inker Bob Almond. Individual issues are bagged and boarded and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. Limited to 20 sets. The website has been updated with all new images of the signed books: I also have the limited variant edition signed sets in stock. Each issue is signed by Azzarello, Morales, Bryant, and J. Jones in addition to variant cover artists Neal Adams 1 and black and white retailer variant 1 Tony Harris 2 inker Bob Almond 3 and Geoff Darrow 4 In addition to the 1-in variants, the set includes asigned copy of the retailer exclusive black and white variant to issue 1 only copies were made.

Limited to only 12 sets. Any additional in stock items will enjoy free shipping with either sets. Conan the Barbarian is one of the most famed figures in fantasy fiction. Howard's classic stories. Presented in chronological order over three books, all of Conan's life is here, from his wild adventures as a youth to the final tale of Conan the King. Howard's tales of the wanderer, the reaver, the thief, the Barbarian have never been surpassed. A selection of other tales and fragments round out this new collection of a classic character. Green Hornet finally manages to infiltrate the fortress-like Imperial Hotel and comes face-to-face with the undisputed king of organized crime in Chicago, Vincent "Skid" Caruso.

Alone in a hive of his enemies, how will the Hornet manage to nab Caruso and get out alive? Think color. Think artwork. Think Cool. And you're getting warmer. Here was the sword that had severed the hand of the green man, thyratron tubes of the pipeless organ that had thundered doom to the brides of the rats, the catapult that had hurled frozen corpses from an East River roof. In a cage was the parakeet that had originally plunged Jean Moray into peril which first brought her to Ivy Frost. Edgar Rice Burroughs' legendary novels come to life in this actionpacked, all-new re-envisioned adventure!

Meet the Tharks, terrible warrior race of Mars! See Woola, the scariest guard dog you'll ever lay eyes upon! Gasp as John Carter battles the great white apes of Barsoom! And hold your breath as he first lays eyes upon the woman who will change his life forever — the proud and beautiful Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium! In order to free them, Carter journeys to the frozen wastelands of northern Mars, where new dangers and horrifying creatures confront him. Can Carter overcome the obstacles to rescue the woman he loves — and finally become the Warlord of Mars?

You will notice we're giving a price break to those buying volume 2 who already own volume 1, and an even bigger price break to those buying both volumes together. That's because we're book collectors at heart. We sent out some matched pairs of books this morning and it was pretty cool seeing their spines next to each other; they look pretty nice next to each other on the bookshelf as well. Of course the inside of the book is much more interesting than the spine, or the really sweet cover art. There is a chapter from an unfinished novel about Tim Howller, the protagonist from the story, "The Face that Launched a Thousand Eggs," a speech by Phil about two of his literary heroes, Mark Twain and Kurt Vonnegut, a slew of great new fiction-including a novella about Hadon of Ancient Opar 's cousin Kwasin and much, much, more.

Order your copies soon, we can't say how long these deals will last. On police records, the Green Hornet is actually a wanted criminal, a master manipulator, a crime boss who has his fingers in every pie. Alongside him rides his partner Kato, who is not only is a martial artist of unsurpassed prowess, but a skilled driver, and educated engineer as well. Their goal is to destroy crime from within by posing as criminals themselves! Cover painting by Mark Wheatley. The first ever limited hardcover edition of The Spider!

A Return of the Originals Event! The palm of a powerful steel hand touched the brick wall isolating Sutton Place—and there was a muffled concussion! The Spider saw it emerge from the darkness…. The monster of steel stopped beneath the swaying street light, The Iron Man! Two blank eyes that were plates of glass glared emptily—and the empty glare of those awful eyes was fixed upon The Spider!

This is the legendary epic novel from the December issue of The Spider magazine featuring the character in power armor with palm blast capability named The Iron Man. Hardcover bonus includes the rare original pulp illustrations, as well as a very rarely seen short story where Wentworth first meets Nita!

Talk ensues about how to do Pulp stories write in a comic medium as well as what is important about Pulp Comics. For The First Time! Radio Archives Coming later this month! Out of the old Spanish West comes the defender of the common people, the masked hero of the oppressed, Zorro!

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Relive the classic tales of our fabled foe of the Dons with this 3-DVD set featuring three classic movie serials from Hollywood's Golden Age plus the feature length film "The Bold Caballero". Set in Los Angeles, California, The Rocketeer tells the story of stunt pilot Cliff Secord who discovers a jet pack that enables him to fly. A winter war in the mountains of Vanaheim, and a bit of gossamer, are all that stand between Conan of Cimmeria and the frosty beauty who spurns him. By Robert E. First published in the March issue of The Fantasy Fan. John Watson, and the fetching Irene Adler fight to free themselves before the maniacal murderer completes his deadly dozen!

But when the madman's identity is finally revealed, the greater horror may be what the Killer intends to accomplish with his terrible infamy! Will London survive? Laws - New! Bernice T. Jere Black, Jr. There are several videos available on Youtube of the collection.

Visit the links below. Baumhofer Adventure House. Ward Adventure House. Emery "To the Highest Kidder! Seymour G. Adventure House - Coming in October! Nalence "Mud Money" by C. Gallun "Sargasso of the Stars" by Frederick A. Kummer, Jr. Endicott Adventure House. Adventure House - Coming in February! Keating "Boomer Buckaroo" by George C. All German Black Bat stories newly identified for the english audience. An interview with series creator Norman Daniels as well as his complete payment records Available for the first time Written by fantasy legend Henry Kuttner, this collection reprints all five adventures of Thunder Jim Wade from Anthony Tollin's Sanctum Books At the printer and coming later this month!

But even that utopia has its dark side: the Accursed, a prison-state locked behind an impregnable magnetic barrier, where those who refuse to live in utopia are condemned to remain. Labelled "one of the most imaginatively ambitious works of its era" by Brian Stableford, Marcel Rouff's Journey to the Inverted World is both a rare contemporary exercise in utopianism, as well as a ground-breaking work of science fiction depicting years of futuristic history.

Lofficier - Miss Atomos vs. The Best of Adventure Volume 2— Assembled from years three and four of its history, this collection brings together 20 of the best tales that appeared in Adventure, including rarely or never-before reprinted works by Talbot Mundy, Rafael Sabatini, Edgar Wallace, H. Couzens, J. The stories, include authors both familiar and forgotten to today's readers, represent historical and modern-set fiction modern as in circa in all corners of the globe.

Selected and with an introduction by Doug Ellis. The Ship of Prey Hang on to the edge of your seat as Lt. Robert Hurley faces off against modern-day pirates, smugglers, air disasters and Mother Nature in these eight harrowing adventures. With an introduction by Tom Roberts. A top-notch author, with four novels to his credit, Jamieson's popular fiction drew from his real-life adventures and appeared regularly in the Saturday Evening Post consecutive to when he was penning the exploits of Lt.

Robert Hurley for Blue Book. A burgeoning writing carer was cut short when Leland Jamieson died in Jacksonville, Florida following a lingering illness at age thirty-seven. Adapted and illustrated by Gary Chaloner! Page 13 is now posted online! And you find it some strange places. But Pete's serenity soon fled when a stowaway girl and lightning guns tangled him with the plot of a defanged bullet Writer: Chris Roberson; Art: Francesco Biagini The mystery deepens as each Eternal Champion begins to make his way toward the heart of the conflict across the Multiverse.

Elric, Hawkmoon and Corum's journeys have yielded more questions than answers, while Eric Beck struggles to trust that the role he's been thrust into is real. But when Eric's reality itself begins to unravel, will he have no choice but to face his destiny? Find out in this third issue of the hit series that is taking fandom by storm! As Flash Gordon deals with the consequences of Ming the "Merciful's" betrayal, King Thun finds himself battling none other than Fria, Queen of the distant, icy land known as Frigia.

She has a deadly secret — and she's willing to kill to protect it! Jones Barbarian splendor at its very best! Girasol Collectables - September Pulp Replicas! Girasol Collectables is pleased to announce three more issues in its ongoing series of Pulp Replicas. Click here or on the images to the right for a look at larger Pulp Replica cover images.

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Gollancz - New Conan collection coming in October! But will this hero die as so many others who have worn the mask Haffner Press - Coming in March! She goes to bed with him, and she likes that part. Then she kills him, and she likes that even better. On her way out, she cleans out his wallet. She keeps moving, and has a new name for each change of address.

And then a chance remark gets her thinking of the men who got away, the lucky ones who survived a night with her. She starts writing down names. Picking up their trails. Hunting them down. Crossing them off her list And for him that was the day he returned stateside from Nam to find his young wife cheating.

And when he was recruited to use his skills as a contract killer, that transition was easy, too. He survived in this jungle as he had in that other one—by expecting trouble. What he didn't expect was ever running into her again Part 2 of a new pulp article by Natalie Baaklini. Mulan finds life in Century City a bigger challenge than she imagined.

The new Kato has to deal with a league of local kung fu killers intent on revenge, complex relationships with the new Green Hornet and her father, as well as a new friend who is actually intent on destroying her. She may become the crime fighter her legendary father was Cover Art: E.

Will Murray, Robin W. In the roaring heart of the crucible, steel is made. In the raging flame of personal tragedy, men are sometimes forged into something more than human. Life was bliss for millionaire adventurer Richard Henry Benson until the fateful day crime and greed took away his wife and younger daughter and turned him into something more than human. Driven by loss, compelled by grief, he becomes a chilled impersonal force of justice, more machine than man, dedicated to the destruction of evildoers everywhere.

A figure of ice and steel, more pitiless than both, Benson has been forged into an avatar of vengeance, possessed of superhuman genius and supernormal power. His frozen face and pale eyes, like ice in a polar dawn, only hint at the terrible force the underworld heedlessly invoked upon itself the day they created… The Avenger! Naturally we have had much correspondence. For the first time we are going out to shake him by the hand and tell him what a great author we think he is and jolly him along so that he will ultimately become very much greater.

We believe that it goes without saying that "Tarzan of the Apes" is about as original a yarn as has been seen in a long while, and we shall be very much disappointed if we don't hear the same from some of our friendly readers. John Carter, American, goes to sleep in a mysterious cave in the Arizona desert and when he wakes, he finds himself on Mars.

There he meets with a succession of weird and astounding adventures, told in that fascinating and realistic way that makes Burroughs easily the foremost romanticist of his time. Think for a moment of John Carter battling for a beautiful red woman with the Green Men of Mars, creatures fifteen feet high, and of fearsome aspect, with two extra limbs, and you can get some idea of the thrills in the yarn. The first edition text is used.