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New on www.iPulpFiction.com: The ultimate Western hero returns in THE LONE RANGER CHRONICLES. First up is The Noblest Vengeance by New Pulp Author Howard Hopkins, who also penned the Lone Ranger novel, Vendetta.

The First Ever Collection of New Lone Ranger Prose Stories from Moonstone Books!

The masked ex-Texas Ranger and his Native American companion Tonto fight injustice in the Wild West! Stories include meetings with The Cisco Kid, Wyatt Earp, and Doc Holliday, as well as the origin of Tonto and the origin of Silver! Authors include Spur Award-winner Johnny D Boggs, James Reasoner, Alex Award-winner Mel Odom, Anthony Award-winner Bill Crider, Matthew Baugh, Tim Lasiuta, Joe Gentile, Paul Kupperberg, Denny O”Neil, Kent Conwell, David McDonald, Thom Brannon, Troy D. Smith, Chuck Dixon, and Richard Dean Starr.

You can read The Noblest Vengeance by Howard Hopkins at ipulpfiction.com for only $.75.

Also, look for more great tales from Moonstone Books at iPulp Fiction.


The latest Fight Card novel, Irish Dukes, is now available as an ebook with a paperback to follow shortly. Fight Card’s Paul Bishop shared the following press release with All Pulp.

Press Release:


Continuing monthly releases of two-fisted boxing tales, the Fight Card series November release, Fight Card: Irish Dukes, is now available from Amazon.com.

Set in Ireland in 1951, Fight Card: Irish Dukes is the second novelette in the Fight Card series to feature an international setting (after the Australian set Fight Card: King Of The Outback).

The name behind the Jack Tunney pseudonym for this entry in the Fight Card series is award winning author Mike Faricy.  Bombshell is Faricy’s most recent novel released under his own name.  Currently, this series entry is available as a downloadable e-book with a paperback version to follow shortly.


Dublin, Ireland, 1951

After winning his latest bout in Berlin, US Army boxing champ Sergeant Kevin Crowley is on military leave in Ireland.  Raised in St. Vincent’s Asylum For Boys in Chicago, he has finally returned to his place of birth, where he is sure he will find the family he never knew and lay claim to his dream of a royal fortune.

What Crowley actually finds is the fight of his life … A near destitute grandmother, crippling debt left by a father he never knew, a feisty redhead with hatred in her heart, a villainous landlord and his gang who’ll stop at nothing to settle a score going back a generation …

Kevin Crowley has never backed down in the ring or out … The treasures and truth awaiting him in Dublin are not what he first imagined.  But with his past, his family, and his future at stake, Crowley will put up his Irish dukes and fight like never before …


★★★★★ “Irish Dukes never back down …”

★★★★★ “Fight Card on the international beat …”

★★★★★ “Hits harder than an Irish larger …”

Learn more about the Fight Card series at www.fightcardbooks.com.


Best selling author, Sean Ellis stops by the Book Cave to chat about his novel series featuring pulp adventurer, Dodge Dalton with hosts Ric Croxton and Dr. Art Sippo.

The Book Cave Episode 204: Sean Ellis is live. Listen to the conversation now at http://thebookcave.libsyn.com.

Learn more about New Pulp Author Sean Ellis at http://seanellisthrillers.webs.com.


Zone 4 – Episode #191: Disney’s Conquest & The ’90s Are Back is live. Listen here.

The crew (including some names known to All Pulp readers) is joined by Frank Raynor as they cover several headlines of the week, including Disney’s interest in buying Hasbro, and the insane amount of variant covers JLA #1 gets.

We give more hype about the upcoming 200th episode of Zone 4, including new prizes offered for the Bingo game, and one or two guests to drop by. Plus, we announce the first keyword for our New Listener Drive!

We also talk about a few films, Kickstarter, and all this through a bunch of technical difficulties!

Of course, more Facebook shout-outs, plugs and more as we count down to 200! And if all that isn’t enough, we also made a really cool announcement about a new joint-venture of sorts involving Zone 4!

Listen now at www.zone4podcast.com/?p=977


New York Times Bestselling Author Jonathan Maberry has shared the title and cover art for the 5th book in his pulpy Joe Ledger novel series, Extinction Machine.

EXTINCTION MACHINE -Joe Ledger #5 -coming March 2013 (hardcover, trade paperback, eBook and audio) from St. Martin’s Griffin. The President of the United States vanishes from the White House.

A top-secret prototype stealth fighter is destroyed during a test flight. Witnesses on the ground say that it was shot down by a craft that immediately vanished at impossible speeds.

All over the world reports of UFOs are increasing at an alarming rate.

And in a remote fossil dig in China dinosaur hunters have found something that is definitely not of this earth. There are rumors of alien-human hybrids living among us.

Joe Ledger and the Department of Military Sciences rush headlong into the heat of the world’s strangest and deadliest arms race, because the global race to recover and retro-engineer alien technologies has just hit a snag. Someone—or something–wants that technology back

Joe Ledger #5: Extinction Machine is published by St. Martin’s Press Griffin.

Learn more about Jonathan Maberry’s Joe Ledger series here.



iPulpFiction.com and the Manley Wade Wellman Literary Estate are happy to present STORIES FROM THE 30TH CENTURY.

The series kicks off with “When Planets Clashed” and “Disc-Men of Jupiter”

From the series editor, Jeremiah Rickert:

Welcome to Manly Wade Wellman’s “30th Century” series! These stories, set in Wellman’s shared “30th C.” universe, were published sporadically between 1931 and 1951. An effort has been made to identify stories that have not yet been included the series by previous bibliographers.

The first two stories in the series, “When Planets Clashed” and “Disc-Men of Jupiter” are both in that category. “Clashed” was originally published in Wonder Stories Quarterly in Spring of 1931 and reprinted as a Hall of Fame Novelet in Startling Stories, March of 1947. “Disc-Men” originally appeared in the September 1931 issue of Wonder Stories and was reprinted in Startling Stories in May of 1947. I have included these stories in the series because their events are referred to in the past tense in the main body of 30th Century stories and they feature many of the main details found in all of the stories: Earth is governed by a “World League” based in St. Louis, Mars’ capital is Ekadome and its pleasure city is Pulambar.

In “Disc-Men” we also have the first mention of the recreational “joy lamps” used by human and Martian pleasure seekers. There is a character named Thor Harvison who runs a ship manufacturing company on Mars. In 1943’s “Frontier Planet” there is a Lt. Harvison who is the cousin of the Harvison Power interests on Mars. Additionally there is a character named Rolf Bromburg who may be the hero that Ft. Bromburg is named after in 1941’s “30th Century Duel.”

The main difference between these proto-30th Century stories and the others is the appearance of the Martians themselves. In these early stories they appear as lean mahogany-skinned humanoids and not the flower-headed speech-slurring blobs of fun we will read about as the series progresses.

Wellman’s pulp stories hold up remarkably well and I am sure you will enjoy reading them as much as I have.

Learn more at www.iPulpFiction.com.


On his Facebook page, New Pulp Author Mark Ellis posted the cover and a tease about his upcoming project.

From Mark Ellis:

In…a world…(I always wanted to write that)

In a world almost identical to this one, all the characters from Victorian and early 20th century literature existed…there was Nemo, Sherlock Holmes, Moriarty, and even the War of The Worlds.

Some of the descendants of these famous–and in many instances, infamous–people carry on the work of their distinguished (and not so much) ancestors.

Two of these descendants are Professor Edward George Challenger and Major Loveday Brooke, operatives of the Diogenes Club, a freelance adjunct of MI6.

In ISLANDS OF DR. MOREAU, they face the terrifying threat of Sirocco Moreau, who has harnessed the secrets of selective mutation to give dominion of the Earth to the Akhakhu, neogods modeled after the ancient Egyptian pantheon of deities–with her as the immortal queen.

This is the first (hopefully) in an action-adventure series featuring the grandson of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Professor George Edward Challenger…it’s a blend of Doc Savage and James Bond, with a pinch of Torchwood and a sprinkling of The Avengers and The Man From UNCLE.

I’m having a lot of fun working in this universe, so by following Rex Stout’s dictum, everybody should have a lot of fun reading it.

I’ll have more details about the release date soon.


And we’ll share that here on All Pulp when it becomes available.