Mystery, science fiction, horror — new and classic pulp fiction!
Audrey Parente, editor
Cover art by Norman Saunders
Interior illustration by Aleena-Valentine Lopez
Classic Pulp Fiction
- "Noggins Gets His Man" by Johnston McCulley
A police detective bides his time hoping a killer might crack.
- "You Can Get Away With Murder" by Charles Boeckman
Amidst the sea of Mardi Gras revelers, two detectives follow a trail of clues to find a killer.
- "Flapjack Meehan’s Coal Strike" by Frank Richardson Pierce
It can't be fool's gold when it's lumpy and black ...
New Pulp Fiction
- "’The Death Clock" by David Bernard
Antique heirloom or deadly obsession?
- "The Ghost of Torreon" by Edd Vick and Manny Frishberg
Time and space — an inventor may run out of both …?
- "When the Punishment Fits the Crime" by Carson Demmans
A rat turns stoolie …
- "A Fear of Winning" by Gary Lovisi
Cheaters never win … but winners just might cheat …
- "Daemon Mask: Crimson Wings of Silence"
by Stuart Hopen & Russ Martin
[35-page comic section] The Whisper clashes with a mad scientist whose "cleansing agent" could whitewash reality!
[The Whisper's origin story appears in Pulp Adventures #24]
- "Happy 100th Birthday, Zorro" by Rich Harvey
Strike up the parade in Chillicothe, Illinois.
- Editorial by Audrey Parente