Pulp magazines were the popular entertainment of their era and reflected the pop culture of the time. One of the earliest and most enduring of the pulps was ADVENTURE.
Stories range from classics to period curiosities, from mysteries to Westerns, to sports stories—and they may not always reflect modern ideas of political correctness. However, it is always a joy to "return to those thrilling days of yesteryear" and immerse yourself in the popular culture of a bygone era.
by Robert E. Pinkerton
The cowboy, armed with a .32 and dusty from his long ride across the Malpaso wasteland, sat down and rolled a cigarette. It didn’t matter that he was barely ten years old. He had to rescue Leach Lewis from Singer Randall’s bunch!
By Bourke Lee
When a rookie pilot gets assigned to K Flight, a nighttime bombing unit, his dreams of glory as a fighter pilot are dashed. But it won’t take long for the eighteen-year-old to discover what it means to be a flight leader.
By S. Omar Barker
Sid Nelson doesn’t think much of the government to round-up and slaughter wild horses from public grazing land. Can a lone cowboy save the wildies?
by Major George Fielding Eliot
Their weapons were shovels, their foe unseen, as these clay-smeared underground soldiers battled time and a mysterious killer to save a regiment in France.
BROTHER OF LIONS
by Wynant Davis Hubbard
Lions swarmed all over Ibamba ranch. They had killed the last owner. Here’s the story of an American who went to fight them.
By Perry Adams
In the mountains of India a Cockney and a Sikh find that a fight with fists makes enemies and a fight with bullets makes friends.