ALL PULP NEWSSTAND BULLDOG EDITION 4/22/11
by Theodore A. Tinsley, covers by Frank Tinsley & Eugene Fradzen, Introduction by Will Murray
by Tom Johnson, Will Murray, Robert Sidney Bowen, Charles Greenberg, & Norvell W. Page
by Kendell Foster Crossen, Illustrated by V.E. Pyles, Introduction by Will Murray
popular media. Volume 1 contains in introduction by Will Murray and features the first five stories: “The Case of the Crimson Hand,” “The Case of the Croesus of Murder,” “The Case of Babies for Sale,” “The Case of the Wave of Death,” and “The Case of the Man Who Wasn’t There.”
NOTE: Volumes 2 and 3 will follow immediately after the release of Volume 1.
by Paul S. Powers, Edited by Laurie Powers
by Johnston McCulley and Tom Johnson
by Paul Chadwick & G.T. Fleming-Roberts, Introduction by Tom Johnson
Authored by G.T. Fleming-Roberts & Paul Chadwick, Introduction by Tom Johnson
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by Les Savage Jr, Introduction by Will Murray
HONEY WEST BACK IN ACTION!
From Howard Hopkins, http://networkedblogs.com/gXwWB
I’m pleased to announce I will be editing and contributing to a brand new anthology of short stories dedicated to the ’60s sexy PI chick Honey West.
Honey West began as a series of paperbacks in 1957 with This Girl For Hire, written by the husband and wife team of Gloria and Forest Fickling under the penname G.G. Fickling. The novels were a tad risque for their time and ran 10 novels through the ’60s, with two more in an early ’70s comeback. They became a cult favorite TV series in 1965-66, starring Anne Francis and running some 30 episodes, and while the toplessness might have been toned down for prime time, Anne was still allowed to be a slinky sexy investigator with a big pus–um, ocelot, named Bruce, at her side. She was one of the first female private eyes on television, given to quips and leopard print outfits, though the series made her a bit more like The Avengers’ Emma Peel, with Judo expertise, exploding compacts and other gadgets. Unfortunately, that very tact helped contribute to her demise on TV because it was cheaper for the network to import The Avengers than to continue with the series.
Recently Moonstone began a new series of Honey West comic books, written by the much talented Trina Robbins, who is slated to pen a brand new tale for this anthology. A number of other talented scribes have been brought aboard as well, such as Elaine Lee, Will Murray, Mark Ellis, CJ Henderson and Mel Odom, along with some surprises.
It promises to to be a Honey of a book.
- “East Wind, Rain” by Paul Kupperberg
- “Invisible Empire” by Matthew Baugh
- “Vengeance, Inc.” by Howard Hopkins
- “Whiteout” by Robyn Wayne Bailey
- “Happy Death Men” by Win Scott Eckert
- “Vengeance is Mine” by Ron Fortier
- “The Devil’s Workmen” by Barry Reese
- “Dead Man’s Vengeance” by Eric Fein
- “The Breath of Destruction” by Frank Schildiner
- “Devil’s Dark Harvest” by Christopher Paul Carey
- “Snow Blind” by Mark Ellis
- “The Changeling” by Will Murray
- “The Medicine Murders” by B. Chris Bell
- “The Blood Moons” by David Michelinie