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... Pulp Era Story Reviews by Tim DeForest. Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: The Last of Elak

It's a story that centered on the titular pistol rather than any one character. A prospector uses the gun to back-shoot his partner.

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Death of a Friend Pulp Fiction

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Film D'animation

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Magazine Covers, Pulp

Comic books MUST be telling us true stories. Because if we live in a universe in which a planet ruled by super-intelligent pterodactyls does not exist, ...

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Comic Poster, Comic

First, we get several panels that make it clear the stable is a seperate building from the Express office, which helps with a plot ...

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Pulp Magazine, Magazine

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Plez Spurlock vs. Fat Sam

"War Paint," the first story in FC #942, opens with him being chased by Indians, depending on his superior Pony Express horse to keep him ahead of his ...

At a Pony Express station 90 miles away, Craig Garrett has decided to carry word to Drewsville that the train is on its way. But an old back injury acts up ...

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Creepy Comics, Vintage

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Pulp Fiction Comics,

Back when I was methodically reviewing Marvel Comics from the 1960s in order, I would occasionally have to talk about a story I didn't like.

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Pulp Fiction Comics,

I do believe the story would have worked better with a stronger motivation for the ride, but "Storm Rider" is still an exciting yarn.

Weird Tales, Jul 1938

A Princess, A Banth and An Illusory Army

Adventure House

The station's manager refuses to allow Davy to go, but Craig insists the boy should be allowed to take on the dangerous job. I like this part of the story a ...

Plus, Pat Calhoun explores the connection between comics, pulps, and radio. This is an issue no pulp fan will want to miss! SRP: $6.95

dirty pictures 003 - pulp art of the 1930s

This blockbuster collector's edition showcases the classic color pulp covers by George Rozen and the original interior illustrations by Tom Lovell, ...

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Best Western, Western

This calls for a Plan B. And, by the rules of Comic Book Logic, it is a magnificent Plan B.

Dark Horse Comics

Cinema Sewer (Volume 1)

Miskatonic University PressWeird Tales compendium

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Favorite Stories: The Sowers of

Second, he opens a time portal back to the Cretaceous Age. He is counting on the hereditory fears of creatures like the T-Rex to scare the metaphorical ...

The Shadow Vol. 16: City of Crime / and Shadow Over Alcatraz

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In 1954 Carl Barks wrote and drew The Secret of Atlantis, a 32 page Uncle Scrooge adventure in which Scrooge discovers a sunken city of Atlatis, ...

... pulp covers by George Rozen plus the classic interior illustrations by Tom Lovell with historical commentary by popular culture historian Will Murray.

The words "FANTASTIC Novels" in red letters with black outlines on a horizontal lightning

Subscriptions are available for either THE SHADOW or DOC SAVAGE: Subscriptions: Six issues for $72 (firstclass) or $66 (media mail). Anthony Tollin

Blogging the Lost World of the Warlord

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Power of the Press Magazine Stand

Cover of the pulp magazine Weird Tales (March 1944, vol. 37, no. 4) featuring "The Trail of Cthulhu" by August Derleth. Cover art by John Giunta.

Soon, there are pterodactyls swarming all over the city, ripping down buildings and bridges while proving to be immune to gunfire and explosives.

Black Mask

Last Months Replicas

The Diamond Item Code is JUN181113 (Lotay cover). The Diamond Item Code is JUN181114 (Royale cover). The Diamond Item Code is JUN181115 (Bone cover).

Black God's Kiss

“Arimetta” by Manley Wade Wellman

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The Classic Era of American Comics.

The Binder brothers, Earl and Otto, were SF writers in the early days of the sf pulp era. They wrote together under the pen name Eando Binder.

Altus Press

Astounding Stories - 1930s

There were three stories of The Damp Man in Weird Tales. John Giunta illustrated them all and created a cover for the last, ...

Radio Spirits

Horror Fiction, Pulp Fiction Art, Pulp Art,

My heartfelt gratitude goes to Anthony Tollin (and Will Murray), for these wonderful reissues of The Shadow and Doc Savage. I haven't spoken of any specific ...

A Dick Sprang cover from 1946. I believe this story gave us the second appearance of Professor Carter Nichols, who used a poorly-explained "time travel ...

Heroic Fantasy

Published in the April 1939 issue of Weird Tales, “Hellsgarde” is in many ways the last of the Jirel stories, at least her solo adventures.

George Allan England - The Golden Blight was republished in the March 1949 issue of Fantastic

Radio Archives

The Pulp Magazine Archive : Free Texts : Free Download, Borrow and Streaming : Internet Archive

Promotional cover

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Classic Sci Fi Books

Lorelei of the Red Mist: Planetary Romances

Amazing Stories Annual #1, 1927, with cover art by Frank R. Paul. Note the attention to detail in the clothing and equipment.

It's a story that centered on the titular pistol rather than any one character. A prospector uses the gun to back-shoot his partner.

New In The House

Blogging Solomon Kane: “The Footfalls Within”

George Allan England - The Elixir of Hate was reprinted in the October 1950 issue of

The Fantastic Swordsmen

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Conan the Barbarian (1982 novel)

Last Months Replicas

IDW Publishing

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The wrap-up of the Inhuman story line is so simple that it can be summed up in a few sentences:

Fantasy and Science Fiction: Off On A Tangent: F&SF Style by Dave Truesdale

Conan the Warrior (1967). Frazetta's sophomore effort was less inspired, though no disappointment. I have always found the figure of Conan here to be a ...

Henry Kuttner - Kuttner's novelette "Avengers of Space" took the cover for the debut

Terror From The Abyss

HUD BANK REGTSTKO, MAY 19, 1949 Paee Five Absolut* Protection Far Your Winter

Conan (short story collection)

Dark Horse Comics

Hermes Press

But it's a short trip. While still over Europe , they are intercepted by Nick Fury and a squadron of SHIELD planes. Nick recruits them for a mission—someone ...

Astounding Stories - 1931

Pizzeria owner Alphonse Lucci is an old man who's pretty much a straight arrow these days. Even when much younger, he was never more than a minor, ...

Wellman's novelette "Venus Enslaved" was the cover story in the Summer 1942 Planet Stories

Habesha eetcafé in Kortrijk - Food & Restaurant - , & 1 Photo - Phone Number - doorniksewijk 44 Kortrijk

Comics, old time radio and other cool stuff: Cover Cavalcade Futuristic Art, Sci

Amazing Stories, August 1927, with cover art by Frank R. Paul, illustrating War of the Worlds, a story by H.G. Wells from the Victorian Age.