• Pulp Horror issue 6: The fanzine of vintage horror paperbacks (Volume 1)

    The fanzine of vintage horror paperbacks. Issue 6 includes - YEAR OF THE MAD DOGS a look at 70s rabies paperbacks PETER SAXON reviews and rare cover reproductions of the author behind Scream and Scream Again THE PACK a study of killer dogs in horror fiction SHIRLEY JACKSON an in-depth review of her classic haunted house story

    • ASIN: 1984220055

  • AMAZING! ASTONISHING! WEIRD!: The Complete Pulp Magazine Covers, Vol. 2

    AMAZING! ASTONISHING! WEIRD!: The Complete Pulp Magazine Covers, Vol. 2 This 200-page volume shows off 600 classic pulp magazine covers, dating from the 1920's to the 1950's, from 5 different series. Included are AMAZING STORIES (all pulp issues up thru March 1953), ASTONISHING STORIES, the MARVEL titles (Marvel Science Stories, Marvel Tales, etc.), SOUTH SEA STORIES, and WEIRD TALES, all complete with every issue represented. This second volume in the series measures 8-1/2 by 11 inches, and is printed on higher-quality, 70-lb. paper. All cover scans are in full color and are prefaced by text giving an introduction to the titles. Essential for collectors, and great fun for those who just want to browse thru these classic images, AMAZING! ASTONISHING! WEIRD!: THE COMPLETE PULP COVERS VOL. 2 is a great addition to your book collection or reference library.

    • ASIN: 0997942010

  • The Door to Saturn: The Collected Fantasies, Vol. 2 (Collected Fantasies of Clark Ashton Smit)

    Ideal for fans of the Nightshade AnthologyThe second of five volumes collecting every story of fantasy, horror, and science fiction written by Clark Ashton SmithAuthorized by Smith’s estate and endorsed by Arkham House“None strikes the note of cosmic horror as well as Clark Ashton Smith. In sheer daemonic strangeness and fertility of conception, Smith is perhaps unexcelled by any other writer.”—H. P. LovecraftClark Ashton Smith is considered one of the best contributors to seminal pulp magazines such as Weird Tales. Along with his contemporaries H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard, he helped shape and define “weird fiction” in the early 20th century. Smith drew upon his background in poetry to portray an unparalleled richness of expression and imagination in his tales of the fantastical and bizarre. The Collected Fantasies series presents all of Clark Ashton Smith’s work chronologically. The tales in this series are paired with detailed background notes from editors Ron Hilger and Scott Connors. To prepare for these collected fantasies of Clark Ashton Smith, these two editors meticulously compared various typescripts, published editions, original manuscripts, and Smith’s own letters and notes. Their efforts have made the most definitive and complete collection o...

    • Brand: Nightshade Book
    • ASIN: 1597808377

  • I Watched Them Eat Me Alive: Killer Creatures in Men's Adventure Magazines (The Men's Adventure Library Journal)

    I Watched Them Eat Me Alive is the first installment of The Men's Adventure Library Journal, a series focusing on specific facets of the vintage men's adventure magazines stories, artwork, and history.Dedicated to exploring the lost world of vintage men’s adventure magazines (aka MAMs), The Men’s Adventure Library chronicles the mags’ three decades on American newsstands, from the early 1950s through the mid-1970s. Mixing elements from many sources—early pulp fiction, detective stories and true crime, mystery and noir films, exotic travel magazines, celebrity scandal rags and bachelor mags—MAMs ratcheted up the tension and amped up the testosterone to create explosive, entertaining, and often outrageous reading for millions of American men. Though long extinct and mostly unseen for generations, their pervasive influence continues to shape some of the most popular and enduring pop culture tropes and trends. Curated by MAM historian/collector Robert Deis and writer Wyatt Doyle, The Men’s Adventure Library reprints and provides context for classic MAM stories and artwork drawn from the mags’ rich history of gonzo pulp, with releases available in full-color trade paperback and deluxe, expanded hardcover editions. Each volume is a vivid reminder that MAMs were extremely...

    • ASIN: 1943444269

  • The Wild West of Fiction and Film

    Pop-culture historian Ed Hulse presents this collection of informative, extensively researched essays on the Westerns of pulp fiction and Saturday-matinee motion pictures from the 20th century's first half. He examines such best-selling authors as Zane Grey, Max Brand, Walt Coburn, and Clarence E. Mulford; such memorable series characters as Zorro, Hopalong Cassidy, The Lone Ranger, and Whistling Dan Barry; and such popular cowboy stars as Tom Mix, Roy Rogers, William Boyd, Randolph Scott, George O'Brien — to name just a few in each category. While not a comprehensive narrative history, this book's 17 essays in their totality cover a long span of time and a large amount of ground. Hulse has uncovered a wealth of heretofore unreported information on the making of classic Western movies, much of it gleaned from the actors, writers, and directors themselves. As a bonus the book reprints Stewart Edward White's outstanding 1919 novella, THE KILLER, twice adapted by Hollywood; the second and best version, a stylish 1932 exercise in "Western Gothic" titled MYSTERY RANCH, is one of the films covered by Hulse at length. At 286 pages, its 146,000 words accompanied by dozens of seldom-seen cover reproductions and rare movie stills, THE WILD WEST OF FICTION AND FILM is an invaluable additi...

    • ASIN: 1721196498

  • Windy City Pulp Stories No.18

    Recognizing Wings and the Air War Pulps and publisher Harold Hersey A must have for anyone interested in the history of the pulp magazine field! CONTENTS Wings and the Air War Pulps “Fighting Aces of War Skies,” by Steve Young and Mike Chomko, “Fiction Takes Wing,” by August Lenniger, “Writers A-Wing,” by Arch Whitehouse Hersey Articles, Fiction and Verse by Harold Hersey: “A Brief Autobiography,” “Twenty Years in the Editorial Harness,” “Portraits of Authors Who Call Upon Me,” “The Velvet Footed Camels,” “An Experiment in Cooperation,” “The Mysterious Package,” “The Half-Gods,” “The Dreamers,” “The Hidden Bells” “A Free Range Discourse with F. Paul Wilson,” by Tom Roberts Film Focus “From Pulp to the Silver Screen, 2018,” by Ed Hulse

    • ASIN: 1884449786

  • Transvestite Son

    • ASIN: B07N4B12VM

  • Hard Hat Hunks

    • ASIN: B07K3L2JMQ

  • Hell's Hardhats

    • ASIN: B07HHG8YHG

  • Trucker Stud

    • ASIN: B07HGHXTSF

  • Young Billy

    • ASIN: B07C41KW7R

  • Angels of Pain

    • ASIN: B078YGDL5Q

  • She-Man Slave

    • ASIN: B078YG5583

  • Jock Slave

    • ASIN: B077GDY792

  • Housemaid Husband

    • ASIN: B075NMSW9L