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Pulp (General):
The Street and Smith Preservation Project at Syracuse University
The Syracuse University Library is currently involved in preserving and catologing Street and Smith publications and material. Learn more about this ambitious project, and browse through radio scripts, cover art, publications and more. Definitely worth a visit.

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 for sale.

Adventure House
One of the largest dealers in pulp-related material. Has original pulps, reprints, and reference books among others.

The Hero Pulps
Has links to pulp character-related sites.

It's Been a Long, Long Time: J.A.M.'s Nostalgia Site
Has a ton of links to pulp-related sites. You can download The Shadow Desktop theme for your computer here.

The Ultimate Pulp Superhero Index
From Adventure House. Features all the pulp heroes along with their respective series. The Shadow hasn't been indexed yet, so check back later.

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.

The Pulp Pages
Dedicated to the pulps of yesteryear, this site features brief biographies on the most famous pulp characters, a Roleplaying game, forum and links. There's also a fan fiction section where you can read the stories or submit your own.


Pulp Fanzines and Blogs (General)
All Pulp
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.

Astonishing Adventures Magazine
"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?

Granton City Press
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

The Pulp Collective
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".

The Secret Sanctum
You can purchase this pulp fanzine from The Vintage Library. Has great articles on pulp history, mordern pulp fiction, artwork, and more. For Shadow fans, check out issue #2.5 which has a tribute to the late Walter B. Gibson.

This is the official web site for the fan magazine "ThrillerUK". The magazine itself features pulp-related articles and stories from up and coming writers. They are constantly in need of articles and stories, so please sign up if you are interested. You can download pulp novels featuring British pulp heroes in pdf and view the related links. Magazine subscriptions and information about the latest issue are also available.


Pulp History of The Shadow:
The 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.

The Pulp Zone: The Shadow
Has a brief history of The Shadow in pulps, comics, radio, and movies.

The Jonas Drop: The Shadow
Lots of great info on The Shadow in the pulps, including history, agents, and more. Has some Shadow-related links as well.

The Pulp Pages: The Shadow
Has a brief but interesting history of The Shadow in pulps.

International Catalogue of Superheroes: The Shadow
An overview of The Shadow from the pulps


Pulp Pages:
The Shadow Cast By Walter Gibson
Ever wondered which agent appeared in which pulp novel? Check this site out!

The Shadow in Review
You can find reviews of all the Shadow pulp novels, plus a short biography of The Shadow's Agents. Try your hand at the 2-minute mysteries and check out the links.

World 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+ ebooks.

Larry Widen's The Shadow: Master of Darkness (no relation to this site!)
Mr Widen is writing a book chronicling The Shadow in pulps, comics, and more. This comprehensive book will include all 325 pulp synopses, paperback covers, and others.

Danny's Shadow and Pulp Links Page
Has various Shadow pulp links.

The Shadow Pulps - South America
Includes a list of pulps in Spanish and Portuguese.

The 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:
Girasol Collectables
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.

Jamie Fraser Books
This online store sells pulps, paperback reprints, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, mystery, and more.


Pulps for Trade:
Damon's Pulp Page
Has pulps for sale or trade. Includes a pulp list, and links to pulp-related sites.


Pulp Art:
The Shadow Magazine
View this amazing collection of Shadow pulp covers from the US, Canada, and the UK.

Jaap van Deijk's Pulp Art Palace
This site deals with light erotic pulp covers. Ever noticed that the damsel in distress is always in front of The Shadow instead of behind? How practical is that?!!

The Pulp Art Gallery
This art gallery in Carmel, California, features several recreated pulp cover art including some from The Shadow Magazine.

Pulp Magazines Gallery
Has various pulp scans you can view. You can order some of the pulps as well.

Abel Diaz's Pulp Covers
Includes interior pulp illustrations as well as pulp covers

Chris Ragaisis's Pulp Covers
View these six beautiful Shadow pulp covers in Chris's collection.

The Book Palace
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.

Pulp Fiction Art: Cheap Thrills & Painted Nightmares
This documentary by Jamie McDonald is based on the book "Pulp Art" by Robert Lesser. Here you can read a bit of pulp history, view pulp covers, and watch the trailer for the documentary. Don't forget to check out the links.


Collectable Paperbacks
Here's some good information about collecting old paperback novels.


Pulp Games:
Pulp Adventure Roleplaying Game
If you're a Roleplaying Game (RPG) fan or just becoming interested in it, and happen to have a love of Pulps, this site is for you! Create your character based on popular archetypes such as the Dark Avenger or Adventurer or mystic. The Game Master will then set up a scenario modeled after the pulp adventures in which you will guide your character through. Sound fun? Drop by!.


Shadow Related Pulp Clubs at
Pulp-Chat - Check out the fan costumes of the pulp heroes (including The Shadow) on the main page
Doc Savage - Discussion of The Shadow is allowed.
Lamont Cranston
Monastery of the Green Lama
Pulp Writers
Shadow Pulp
The Shadow Files


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