Pulp Related Links
An informative site on pulp characters like The Shadow,
Doc Savage, and The Spider, even a history of the pulp novel. Has tons
of links to pulp resources. Check out the forum, chat room, and poll.
The Vintage Library
They have some pulp novels in electronic format that you
can download. Books and audio tapes featuring radio shows are also available
The Jonas Drop
Though this site focuses on the pulp heroes of Street and
Smith (including Doc Savage and The Avenger), it has lots of great info
on The Shadow in the pulps. Has some related links.
Pulp Fanzines, Blogs, etc. (General)
This blog features articles and notes upcoming events
and publications of today's pulp novelists, as well as the pulps
of yesteryear. If it's pulp related, you can find it here.
"Itís amazing! Itís stupendous! Itís ASTONISHING!"
is the motto for this pulp fanzine that features interviews of industry
greats, reviews and pulp fiction short stories by fans. The editors
are always looking for submissions for their next issue. Browse
the blog for the latest news and download their current issue. Oh,
and did I mention the monkeys?
This pulp fan page features stories and artwork
of new pulp characters such as Black Wolf, Ghost Wind, and more.
Check out excepts of their pulps (some of which are also available
or for pre-order on Amazon). Also watch out for the Black Wolf game
coming soon. Granton City Press is also on Facebook
Described as a "think tank of pulp fiction fans
dedicated to spreading the literary joy that is pulp", this blog
has many articles and discussions on pulp/noir themes in movies,
comics, and more.
A pulp fanzine you can subscribe to. Back issues
for sale as well. Check out the article on the history of science
fiction and pulp magazines.
This blog by Duane Spurlock is "[d]edicated to the
popular fiction of the 20th Century and its influence on popular
media and culture in the 20th Century and beyond".
Will Murray Interview
This podcast from First Comics News features author Will Murray (Duende History of The Shadow.) Though most of the interview is about his work on Doc Savage, The Shadow does get a few mentions (at the 15-17 min mark, 33-34 min mark, and 48 min mark.)
Pulp History of The Shadow:
Has a brief history of The Shadow, links to related sites,
articles about Walter B. Gibson, The Shadow's use of magic in the stories,
The Shadow's identity, and the first Shadow pulp cover.
Pulp Pages: The Shadow
Has a brief but interesting history of The Shadow in pulps.
Catalogue of Superheroes: The Shadow
An overview of The Shadow from the pulps
ebook Library Consortia
The largest digital archive of books online and
in pdf format in the world. Search for Shadow pulps by Maxwell Grant
here. You have to be a paying member to access the Web site's 100,000+
Shadow and Pulp Links Page
Has various Shadow pulp links.
Shadow Pulps - Spain and Argentina
View the pulps covers of The Shadow, Doc Savage, and Pete Rice that were published in Spain, then Argentina during 1936-1953.
Pulps for Sale:
This Canadian site has pulps, prints, early magazines,
and pulp-related items for sale. Also has information about the
annual Canadian Pulps Show and Sale held in Toronto.
This online store sells pulps, paperback reprints,
sci-fi, fantasy, horror, mystery, and more.
View this amazing collection of Shadow pulp covers from
the US, Canada, and the UK.
Diaz's Pulp Covers
Includes interior pulp illustrations as well as pulp covers
Sells recreated Shadow pulp covers as posters. To find
it, go to the search function (located on the top left), and type in pulp
in the search field. This company specializes in illustrated books on pop
culture, film, T.V. and more.
Here's some good information about collecting old paperback
Shadow Related Pulp Clubs at Yahoo.com:
- Check out the fan costumes of the pulp heroes (including The Shadow)
on the main page
Savage - Discussion of The Shadow is allowed.
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