Tagged: All Pulp


Art: Neil T. Foster

Art: Robert Brown

Airship 27 Productions has shared a sneak peek at an interior illustration from their upcoming Dan Fowler G-Man pulp anthology.

From the Airship 27 Facebook page:
Super artist Neil T.Foster is busy at work doing spot illustrations for our second DAN FOWLER G-MAN book due out early next year. Here’s a sneak peek at one of his illos.

Airship 27’s Dan Fowler G-Man Volume 1 is also available here and here.

Look for more news on this new project at All Pulp as it becomes available.


Vote now!

Over on the Captain Action Facebook page, Joe Ahearn and Ed Catto, the founders of Captain Action Enterprises and the fine folks behind the action figure line have posted a poll. For the upcoming Lady Action figure, what Marvel Heroine costume sets would you most like to see?

This is your chance to let them know what you’d like to see next.

Your vote counts.

Learn more about Captain Action at www.CaptainAction.com.


Art: James Burns

Art: Chris Kohler

For a limited time only, you can get the BLACKTHORN: THUNDER ON MARS anthology from White Rocket Books for just 99 cents on your Kindle!

Sorcery & science battle on future Mars!

Winner of “Best New Character of the Year” at PulpArk 2012, Blackthorn: Thunder on Mars features stories by Bobby Nash, Sean Taylor, Mark Bousquet, Ian Watson, James Palmer, Joe Crowe, and Van Allen Plexico with interior illustrations by Chris Kohler under a cover by James Burns.

Art: James Burns

Get your $0.99 Blackthorn: Thunder on Mars ebook here.
This special price is for a limited time only so don’t delay!

Betrayed and left for dead on the battlefield, US Army General John Blackthorn awakens many thousands of years later to find himself trapped amidst the ruins of a post-apocalyptic Mars, his only companions a savage Mock-Man and a mysterious sorceress.

Their war to free this strange new world from oppression won’t be easy: Arrayed against them are the four tyrannical First Men–masters of magic and technology alike–the dreaded Sorcerers of Mars!

Art: Chris Kohler

“Original, entertaining, action-packed!” –Wayne Reinagel, author of the Pulp Heroes and Modern Marvels novels.

In the spirit of “Thundarr the Barbarian” and “John Carter of Mars,” Blackthorn: Thunder on Mars is action and adventure as General Blackthorn and his companions battle the tyrannical Sorcerers of Mars!

Get your $0.99 Blackthorn: Thunder on Mars ebook here.
Also available in paperback here.


Moonstone Books has released their solicitation information for their pulp titles appearing in bookstores and comic book shops April 2013. These titles are available now for pre-order through your favorite bookseller.

Story: Nancy Holder
Art: Reno Maniquis
Colors: James Brown
Cover: Paul
33pgs, color, 7” x 10”, $3.99
Join NY TIMES best-selling author Nancy Holder in this 2-part murder mystery set against the backdrop of ancient Egypt!

Domino Lady and Sherlock Holmes team up to solve the riddle of the Sphinx…ok, not really, but they do solve this riddle of passion, identity, and antiquity!

Author: Nancy Holder
Art: Danny Sempere, Reno Maniquis
Colors: Jason Jensen
Cover: Matt Larson
240pgs, color, 7” x 10”, $25.95
ISBN: 978-1-936814-40-4

Nancy Holder’s murder mysteries set in old Hollywood featuring the hypnotically alluring Domino Lady! She’s tough as nails, and sexy as all hell!

This massive color tome reprints “Domino Lady #1-5”, “Domino Lady: Noir”, and “Domino Lady: 3 some”!

Author: CJ Henderson
Art: Kieran Yanner
Cover: Michael Stribling
120pgs, 6” x 9”, grayscale, sc, $9.99
ISBN: 978-1-936814-06-0

Lai Wan: the Dreamwalker, seer and prophet, able to walk between realities, feared by any who embrace evil because of her one, terrible power–the ability to always know the absolute truth. At long last, Moonstone has gathered all the graphic stories of Lai Wan, CJ Henderson’s fantastic break-out character from his popular Teddy London novel series, into one beautiful collection, while adding two great prose bonuses: a team-up between Lai Wan and Kolchak, and a never-before seen novella, Terrible Anticipation, a sequel to H.P. Lovecraft’s The Dunwich Horror!

Learn more about Moonstone Books at www.moonstonebooks.com.



Airship 27 Productions, and Dynamic Ram Audio are very, very happy to announce the release of the fourth Brother Bones audio pulp adventure as read by Mark Kalita with production by Sound Engineer Chris Barnes.

Following the successful previous three tales from Airship 27 Productions’ book BROTHER BONES – THE UNDEAD AVENGER, his fourth entry is titled “See Spot Kill,” and has a gruesome zombie dog prowling the streets of Port Noir.

“Voice actor Mark Kalita totally puts his Master Storyteller hat on this time,” Airship 27 Managing Editor Ron Fortier praised. “This is one of those tales that lends itself to a dark rainy night with folks gathered around the family radio to share the chills.”

“Dynamic Ram Audio’s Sound Engineer, Chris Barnes, loaded the forty minute recording with lots more sound effects this time around,” added Fortier. These elements add so much creepiness to the entire listening experience, I know our fans are going to love this.”

Airship 27 Production is selling each of the original stories individually for $2 each as mp3 downloads from their website. After all seven have been produced and released individually, the entire book audio package will go on sale for $9.99, a $4 savings.

Art Director Rob Davis has provided cover images from the illustrations he drew for each story. SEE SPOT KILL is an audio pulp written by Ron Fortier and read by Mark Kalita is now on sale and is the perfect “treat” for this Halloween season.

A brand new edition of the book is available on Create Space, Amazon, Indy Planet and Kindle.

BROTHER BONES – Audio Tales #4 The Scales of Terror is now available for download here.

Airship 27 Productions – Pulp Fiction For A New Generation!

Other Brother Bones adventures still available from Airship 27 and Dynamic Ram Audio:


Art: Russ Manning

Just in time for Tarzan’s Centennial Celebration, Dark Horse Comics is releasing Tarzan: The Russ Manning Years Volume 1. The hardcover collection will arrive in comic shops on Wednesday, December 12.

Tarzan: The Russ Manning Years Volume 1 features stories by Gaylord DuBois (Writer) and Russ Manning (Artist).

Experience three of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan novels as drawn by Russ Manning, the most beloved comic-book interpreter of the lord of the jungle! Collecting Tarzan #155 – #161, #163, #164, #166, and #167, from the 1960s, this volume is an essential addition to any comics fan’s collection!

Tarzan: The Russ Manning Years Volume 1 is 288 pages and retails for $49.99.

Enjoy this preview.
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The Book Cave’s Panel Fest podcast, Panel Fest Episode 15 covers the PulpFest 2012 Awards.

Matt Moring

The winner of the 2012 PulpFest Munsey Award is Matt Moring of Altus Press.

Matt Moring is the publisher at Altus Press. Reprinting pulp fiction from a wide variety of pulp genres, including hero, detective, jungle, the French Foreign Legion, and more, Matt has quickly become one of the leading publishers in the pulp world. He has also published numerous historical works on the pulps including biographies, indices, and examinations of single-character magazines. Together with Will Murray, Matt revived the Doc Savage series, publishing brand new stories after a long absence. The Altus Press website is also an excellent reference source, featuring links to The Pulp Superhero Index and The Echoes Index.

Jack and Sally Cullers

The winner of the 2012 PulpFest Rusty Hevelin Service Award are Jack and Sally Cullers.

Jack Cullers has worked quietly and tirelessly for the pulp community for decades. A longtime volunteer for many pulp conventions, Jack has ferried guests of honor to and from airports and made sure they had a friendly face with whom to dine. He has stuffed envelopes, arranged for advertising, organized auctions, and done many other behind-the-scenes tasks, selflessly and without seeking accolades. Time and again, he has welcomed newcomers to the hobby, even inviting them to his home for dinner during their earliest pulp conventions. He has offered space at his dealer tables for down-on-their-luck pulpsters unable to attend conventions. As the chairman of the PulpFest committee, he has worked to assure that convention guests, dealers, presenters, and attendees are treated fairly and respectfully, helping everyone to feel welcome and comfortable at the convention. Of course, Jack could not have done all that he has done without the support of his wife, Sally, herself a longtime pulp con volunteer, often helping with registrations and auctions. His children and friends have also lent a hand. Few are more deserving of recognition than Jack and Sally Cullers, who have labored long and hard for our small community of pulp lovers.

Thanks to Jason Aiken for recording the awards panel.

Listen now at http://thebookcave.libsyn.com/panel-fest-episode-15-pulp-fest-2012-awards

Learn more about The PulpFest Awards here.

All Pulp congratulates the winners.


Comic Book Adaptation Cover

Movie Poster

IDW Publishing, along with comic production house Hazmat Studios and film production company Blind Spot Pictures, have announced an Iron Sky movie tie-in graphic novel in March.

Drawn and colored by the team of Gerry Kissell and Amin Amat, the artists behind IDW’s best selling graphic novel Code Word: Geronimo, and Xbox’s comic game tie-in Alan Wake. The book will also feature original pin-up art by Miguel Angel Abad and Darren Douglas, and chronicles the battle against the return of history’s most notoriously evil villains, the Nazis, who unbeknownst to us, escaped to the moon following their defeat in World War II.

Movie Poster

“The graphic novel is a prequel to the hit sci-fi action film Iron Sky produced by Blind Spot Pictures, and focuses on how the Nazis ended up on the moon, and how Udo Kier’s character, Wolfgang Kortzfleisch, became Der Uberfuhrer,” Kissell said. “Part steampunk and part comedy, the graphic novel was written masterfully by Alan Wake scribe, Mikko Rautalahti. who has a wicked sense of humor.”

The book will be 104 pages, with 67 pages of comic art with an additional 33 pages of production art, behind the scenes bonus material, and other exclusive material written by the film’s director, Timo Vuorensola.

Learn more about Iron Sky: the movie at www.ironsky.net.
Learn more about IDW and their books at www.idwpublishing.com.