- 24 years later
- 3D Models
- Action Figures
- Adventures on the 7th Sea
- Barbarians of Lemuria
- Broadsword Gaming
- Cool Websites
- D&D 5th Edition
- Dicey Tales
- Evil DM Productions
- Free Stuff
- Friend of the Lair
- Geek life
- I garrote the Medusa
- Legends of Steel
- Life at the Lair
- Lost World of Hador
- Manly Monday
- Pulp Thursday
- Robert E. Howard
- Savage Worlds
- Star Frontiers
- Star Wars
- Super Heroes
- Sword and Planet
- Swords and Sorcery
- TV Shows
- Wasting time
Thursday, November 15, 2007
Pulp goodness for a new generation!
“Planet Stories™ presents classic fantasy, science fiction, and science fantasy novels and short story collections to a generation of new readers and lifelong fans. Unforgettable tales from acknowledged masters like Michael Moorcock, Leigh Brackett, C.L. Moore, and Henry Kuttner stand side by side with lesser known but no less worthy yarns from tomorrow's superstars. Introductions from popular modern authors like Joe R. Lansdale, Ben Bova, and Michael Moorcock provide amusing and informative entry points to each book. With new releases every month, Planet Stories promises a master class in the genre aimed at building the greatest fantasy and science fiction library ever assembled.”
Retro space with Atomic Rocket
Here’s a cool page that has a lot of information on Rockets and other space goodies. Atomic Rocket is great place to go for inspiration for a retro space pulp game.
The Golden Compass
A little Victorian era pulp heading to the theaters this winter. Sam Elliot? I’m there.
Blade Runner: The Final Cut.
If you haven’t seen this movie on the big screen, then you haven’t seen this movie.
Here’s where it will be playing for a lucky few.
11/16 - Detroit (Main Art, Detroit - 35mm)
11/18 - Austin (Paramount, Austin - 35mm)
11/30 - San Francisco (Embarcadero, San Francisco - 35mm)
11/30 - Dallas (The Inwood, Dallas - 35mm)
11/30 - San Diego (Ken, San Diego - 35mm)
11/30 - Minneapolis (Uptown, Minneapolis - 35mm)
12/7 - Denver (The Landmark @ Greenwood Village - Digital)
12/7 - Philadelphia (The Ritz 5, Philadelphia - 35mm)
12/25 - Boston (The Brattle, Cambridge - 35mm)
1/2/08 - Austin (The Paramount, Austin - 35mm)
1/4/08 - Nashville (The Belcourt, Nashville - 35mm)
1/18/08 - Durham (Carolina, Durham - 35mm)
2/1/08 - Columbus (Drexel Gateway, Columbus - 35mm)
2/15/08 - San Francisco (Castro, San Francisco - 35mm)
2/29/08 - Sacramento (Crest, Sacramento - 35mm)
Coming in Summer of 2025!
They’re still working on it.
And that is your Pulp Thursday report!