Account   |   Cart

Pulps & Fiction

An extensive and exciting collection of pulp fiction, mystery and fantasy tales.

Grid List

Set Ascending Direction

21-30 of 429

  1. BLACK BAT #5

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    The Nemesis of Crime returns in classic pulp novels by Norman A. Daniels writing as "G. Wayman Jones." First, murder runs rampant as gruesome cloaked hunchback killers terrorize a city until "The Black Bat's Triumph," in a bizarre thriller edited by future Batman editor Mort Weisinger! Then, the Cowled Crimebuster tackles the toughest racket he's ever confronted when ex-bootleggers band together to manipulate "Markets of Treason." Golden Age of Comics Bonus: The Mask from Standard's Exciting Comics #5. Learn More
  2. THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE Volume 2

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    Second of two Sanctum collections. Two novels edited by longtime Superman and Batman editor Mort Weisinger! First, newspaper editor Frank Havens installs a rooftop signal device to summon The Phantom to combat Dealers in Death--a gimmick that inspired the Bat Signal. Then, Muriel Havens is kidnapped by The Bat, a cowled and cloaked mystery man, by Batman scripter Charles Greenberg! Bonus: a classic Phantom Detective comic story from Thrilling Comics! Historical commentary by Will Murray, which explores "Batman's Pulp Origins." Learn More
  3. THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE Volume 1

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    The pulp era's longest-running pulp title--20 years--starred this handsome, masked detective in his signature black top hat. Here are his first two adventures, straight out of 1933, in this two-book series from Sanctum. On a special mission for the President, The Phantom seeks to end the murderous reign of The Emperor of Death in his debut adventure! Then, he combats a mysterious Asian's sinister plot in The Crime of Fu Kee Wong. Also from Thrilling Comics #53, the first Phantom Detective comic book story, illustrated by Justice Society and Flash artist E. E. Hibbard. Learn More
  4. NICK CARTER Volume 1

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    The first of three double-story issues, from the same publisher as the outstanding Shadow and Doc Savage pulp reprints. This legendary master detective actually predates Sherlock Holmes! But he was reborn in the hard-boiled 1930s as a new hero from top pulp publisher, Street and Smith (publisher of The Shadow and Doc, among many other titles). Here is his debut appearance in "Marked for Death" from the first Nick Carter Magazine (March, 1933), designed as a "sister" title to Doc Savage. Learn More
  5. DOC SAVAGE Frightened Fish
    $14.95

    This very first in a series of wonderful, well-written new adventures of the pulp hero and his team. The deluded ravings of a madman and the absence of all sea life around a New England fishing village lure Doc Savage and his crew to an obscure island bristling with gunmen. The trail of terror leads to the ravaged coasts of Occupied Japan. There they fall into the clutches of an evil genius long believed dead, a shadowy figure who masterminded World War II… and who now seeks to plunge humanity into a fresh Armageddon. Learn More
  6. NICK CARTER #2

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    Second of three issues collected by Sanctum. The famous detective hero returns in two action-packed pulp thrillers! First, "Whispers of Death" undermine the construction of a New York power plant, leading the Master Detective into one of his strangest cases! Then, a cryptic call for help from the Khan of Iraghan summons Nick Carter from his New York headquarters through a winding maze of murder leading to the Florida Everglades as he follows the deadly "Trail of the Scorpion." Both stories are from 1935. Plus, Nick Carter teams up with The Shadow in "Calling Nick Carter," a rare crossover from the Golden Age of Comics, and battles "The Voice of Crime" in a lost radio adventure by Walter B. Gibson! Learn More
  7. NICK CARTER #3

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    Dr. Quartz returns in three action-packed pulp thrillers by ZORRO-creator Johnston McCulley plus a classic Nick Carter radio script by Batman co-creator Bill Finger! The Master Detective's arch-nemesis wages a battle to the death with Carter in "Dr. Quartz Returns," "Nick Carter Corners Dr. Quartz" and "Nick Carter's Danger Trail," three classic 1926 adventures from Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine! "The War-Makers" bring America to the brink of world war, and only Nick Carter can save the nation! Learn More
  8. CAP FURY #1

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    In the two-fisted tradition of Doc Savage, Captain John Fury and the crew of his super-ship The Whirlwind battle modern-day piracy in two thrilling pulp novels from 1935 and 1937! First, after the law fails, Cap Fury follows a trail of vengeance to his brother's murderers in "The Red Heart Pearls." Then, "Black Daylight" strikes at high noon, enveloping thousands in terror and suffering, and propelling Cap Fury on an urgent mission to Mexico's Sierra Madres. Plus, an action-packed adventure of Sheridan Doome from the back pages of The Shadow Magazine! Learn More
  9. THE BLACK BAT #9

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    First, the Masked Avenger of Crime rips aside the veil of secrecy that shrouds a mob leader’s murderous activities in "The Black Bat's Invisible Enemy." Then, the Black Bat pursues "The Voice of Doom," a human scourge who attacks the underworld and upperworld alike! Golden Age of Comics: The Mask returns in another illustrated adventure from Nedor's Golden Age comics! Original cover paintings by Rudolph Belarski and interior illustrations by V. E. Pyles, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. Learn More
  10. THE BLACK BAT #1

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Sale Price $6.95

    A new series from Sanctum. The two 1939 novels that introduced the caped crimebuster whose adventures paralleled Batman's and inspired Two-Face's origin, written by Norman A. Daniels as "G. Wayman Jones," for future BATMAN editors Mort Weisinger and Jack Schiff. First, doomed to darkness by a murderous acid attack, D.A. Tony Quinn makes darkness his weapon with "The Brand of the Black Bat." Learn More

Grid List

Set Ascending Direction

21-30 of 429