Mystery, science fiction, horror -- new and classic pulp fiction!
Rich Harvey, editor
Cover art by John Frew
This issue boasts two big features — far-flung science fiction by Vic Phillips, "Maiden Voyage," and a supernatural crimefighter, The Wraith, in "’Twixt Heaven and Hell" by John Petty. PLUS a new DAEMON MASK graphic novel, never-before-published, by Stuart Hopen & Russ Martin, starring The Whisper, the Knave of Nightmare Noir!
Classic Pulp Fiction
- "A Long Crime Ago" by Charles Boeckman
Consummate gratification rarely has a price tag
- "Big-Nose Charley's Dog Helps Out" by Charles W. Tyler
Nightingale the mutt has a talent for sniffing out trouble ... And why not? His keeper is Big-nose Charley, the notorious con-artist!
- "Maiden Voyage" by Vic Phillips
Trouble starts when a commercial man makes a military invention — and doesn’t know it!
New Pulp Fiction
- "’Twixt Heaven and Hell" by John Petty
Dr. Thomas Bannon is murdered, and his career as the Wraith begins. Neither alive nor dead, Bannon embarks on a vengeance mission.
- "I Spy" by Pauline Turner
Brigit Hastings knows danger is part of her job. But what if the jeopardy flows onto those she loves?
- "Daemon Mask: Queen of the Crystal Sword"
by Stuart Hopen & Russ Martin
[24-page comic section] The Whisper’s second adventure brings him into conflict with an ancient love affair and reincarnation.
[The Whisper's origin story appears in Pulp Adventures #24]