They disappeared seventy years ago: a group of mystery men and women from the forties. They reappeared in the modern day, lost in time, cut off from the lives they knew and up against a world vastly changed from the one they knew.
Black Owl: the hero out of retirement that left a wife and child behind.
Ghost Woman: a young woman with secrets even she does not understand.
Flag Man & Rusty:... [click here for more]
Nicholas Ahlhelm revives the golden age public domain hero Rulah, Jungle Goddess in the first of an all new series of short stories! Matt Baker's classic art inspires a new take on the age-old jungle girl subgenre. Rulah is really Jane Dodge, intrepid pilot lost in the heart of Africa. But how did Jane become the so-called Jungle Goddess. "The Rise of Rulah" tells the origin of Matt Baker's... [click here for more]
Dateline, 1962. Will Walden was a normal kid. A little overweight and always bullied, Will's life suddenly changes during a lab accident. Suddenly he finds himself not only with super powers but also the owner of a shiny new flying saucer! Will quickly takes inspiration from his favorite comic books and becomes the hero of a city as the mysterious UFO! But can he withstand the attack of a rampaging... [click here for more]
While most New Pulp histories trace their history back to the 20s and 30s, Pulp Empire is proud to introduce eight new stories of pulp fiction action set in the present day. From Terry Alexander's E-31 to Teel James Glenn's Deacon Furie to Caine Dorr's Commander Knight, Modern Pulp Heroes features over half a dozen great New Pulp heroes, many appearing here for the first time! Plus the book closes... [click here for more]
How well do you really know the Presidents of the United States? Sure, the names may be familiar, but do you know the details and secrets of their lives? Or know the adventures that might have been? Presidential Pulp takes five great Presidents from the past and reinvents them in great adventure tales. Whether it is James K. Polk, Ulysses Grant, Dick Nixon or Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt, these... [click here for more]
Milo Olmstead finds himself in an industrial accident that should have killed him. Not only does he find himself alive, he has the abilities that only come from the comic books. Something from the night before does not seem right. Now he must find a way to make it with fantastical powers in a world of realism and paranoia. How would the world react to an idea people have only seen in the world of print... [click here for more]