7 edition of The Great Pulp Heroes found in the catalog.
April 17, 2007
by Book Republic Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
The Avenger was a pulp hero who combined elements of Doc Savage and The Shadow. The authorship of the pulp series was credited by Street & Smith to Kenneth Robeson, the same byline that appeared . Pulp Heroes. For more Pulp era information - Cinemarquee's Cosmo's Pulp Heroes Cafe - "Cosmo's Pulp Heroes Cafe is a web resource with some of the finest web references on the net, dedicated to the literary adventures of Pulp Heroes where all dreams are possible and where Heroes that were, always will be." Stars of the original Pulp .
Doc Savage is a fictional character originally published in American pulp magazines during the s and s. He was created by publisher Henry W. Ralston and editor John L. Nanovic at Street & . Amazing Pulp Heroes. Gryphon Books, ISBN Hutchison, Don. The Great Pulp Heroes. Mosaic Press, ISBN Quezada, Rome, Senior Editor. "A classic from the Golden Age of pulp fiction returns." Science Fiction Book Club magazine. Late Winter, No ISSN. Robinson, Frank M. and Davidson, Lawrence. Pulp.
The Great Net Book of Real HEROs!!! GNBoRH Index - A through C Alternate Views: Group Affilaition, Contributor, [ A-C ] [ D-H ] [ I-N ] [ O-S ] [ T-Z ]. The Thrill Book was intended by its editor to be a full-bore Fantastica pulp, featuring stories of the "strange, bizarre, occult, mysterious," but it ended up being an abortive issue pulp of.
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This book, finally reprinted in a better and clearer format with fewer mistakes, is quite possibly the greatest account of pulp magazine/fiction history. Don Hutchinson recounts the stories of some of the greatest pulp fiction heroes and villains, while sharing the history of the publishers, books /5(7).
They were the original super guys-godfathers and inspiration to the likes of Superman, Batman and James Bond. Fascinating and informative, The Great Pulp Heroes is a lively andHere is an /5. This book, finally reprinted in a better and clearer format with fewer mistakes, is quite possibly the greatest account of pulp magazine/fiction history.
Don Hutchinson recounts the stories of some of the The Great Pulp Heroes book pulp fiction heroes and villains, while sharing the history of the publishers, books /5(7). Fascinating and informative, The Great Pulp Heroes is a lively and entertaining history of those fabulous characters, of the gaudy, glorious magazines that spawned them, and of the amazing 4/5(1).
THE GREAT PULP HEROES Author Hutchison, Don Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Near Fine Edition First Edition Binding Paperback ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Book Edition: First Edition. Fighting Crime One Dime at a Time: The Great Pulp Heroes (Blood 'n' Thunder Presents) (Volume 3) Paperback – Septem by Ed Hulse (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ed Hulse Page.
Find all the books 5/5(3). “Reading The Great Pulp Heroes brought me back to those wonderful years when I first encountered the mysterious Shadow, the unrivalled Doc Savage, the Spider, G-8, Bill Barnes, and so many heroes of a more Golden Era, and reminded me anew why I love them all!” Will Murray, author of Doc Savage and The Destroyer “Don Hutchison was the first, the very first, to write about the great pulp.
Buy The Great Pulp Heroes by Don Hutchinson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). Hero Pulps had some of the largest followings of all the magazines. Perhaps it was because of the flashy characters and the non-stop action.
Or maybe it was a reading of the gloomy times- where the. Don Hutchison is the author of The Great Pulp Heroes ( avg rating, 77 ratings, 19 reviews, published ), Northern Frights IV ( avg rating, 16 /5.
Fighting Crime One Dime at a Time: The Great Pulp Heroes (Blood 'n' Thunder Presents) (Volume 3) by Ed Hulse | out of 5 stars 3. Paperback $ $ The Alchemy Press Book of Pulp Heroes. This is the definitive book for readers that love pulp fiction and the famous comic book and movie heroes who have thrilled so many fans.
Award-winning author Don Hutchison, one of the worlds best authorities on pulp. Don Hutchison has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Don Hutchison’s most popular book is The Great Pulp Heroes. Fascinating and informative, The Great Pulp Heroes is a lively and entertaining history of those fabulous characters, of the gaudy, glorious magazines that spawned them, and of the amazing wordsmiths.
THE PULP HEROES has 2, members. PULP HEROES is a Facebook page devoted to the Pulp, New Pulp, Near Pulp, Might Be Pulp, and Close to Pulp heroes of. The s and '40s were a time of heroes Before comic books, there developed a different breed of hero.
And even during the dawn of comics, as cartoonists hacked out roughly-hewn "classics," the heroes of cheaply produced pulp.
The great pulp heroes. [Don Hutchison] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists This should be on every pulp enthusiasts book Read more User-contributed reviews Tags.
Add tags for "The great pulp heroes. Some may disagree with our parameters, citing correctly the great heroes of the pulps of the twenties, but the Heroic Era is the period from roughlywhen Street & Smith published the first pulp magazine devoted to and named after the hero of its lead novel, The Shadow, and l, when the pulp.
The story behind the original pulp fiction heroes like Tarzan, the Shadow, Doc Savage, and Zorro. - cover. This book is an obvious labour of love, to create an epic pulp hero novel, usings several heroes (and villians) from adventure fiction and pulp fiction works.
And I think overall the author succeeded/5(11).Public domain characters who were originally published in pulps or appeared in pulps as well as other media such as comics. I don't remember how I found out about Munseys. It's a website with links to thousands of out-of-print books, with over 1, pulp era novels.
There's a lot of good stuff to be found here, as .