Category Archives: Pulp

Comics and Capes

This week, Dynamite Entertainment announced the details of the new Shadow comic that they’re planning to bring out in April. I was expecting to love this – the Shadow is one of my favourite pulp characters (as I’ve mentioned before) … Continue reading

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While flying off on my aforementioned¬†holiday, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Air Canada’s in-flight entertainment included the first three installments of the 1940 serial “Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe“. This is just one of the dozens of 12 … Continue reading

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OK Computer

And I’m back… Apologies for the lack of posting lately – holidays and various other things have meant that I’ve not had a chance to spend time on the blog lately, but normal(ish) service should now return… Future posts should … Continue reading

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Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?

The Shadow knows! To which most of my UK readers will go –¬†“Who?” Which is a bit of shame really, as The Shadow was a multi-media sensation before such terms were even invented. He first appeared on American radio in … Continue reading

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Pulp Fiction

Between the Great Depression and the rise of fascism, the 1930’s were probably not the best decade of the twentieth century. However, in the field of entertainment, some really great things emerged. Gone With the Wind. Fred and Ginger. Citizen … Continue reading

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