When Pulp Worlds Collide! The Moon Man and Doctor Satan, hero and villain of their own pulp magazines, meet here for the first time ever in the cross-over that will leave you spellbound and begging for more. Written by Ron Fortier ("The Green Hornet", "Rambo", "The Terminator", etc.) and Gordon Linzner. Illustrated by Rob Davis ("Star Trek: The Next Generation", "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", Marvel, DC and Malibu comics.) and Bradley Walton, with an eye-popping wrap-around cover by Tom Floyd. This edition also includes the short story "Fury in Vermont" by Ron Fortier. This is an updated/reworked edition of the very first New Pulp book from Airship 27!
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The Hounds Of Hell based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
It's amazing to me just how varied the Golden Age of pulp fiction was. And THE HOUNDS OF HELL reminds me of this wonderful variety in its own unique way. Because this collection of tales is ALL-NEW. The stories here are not reprints culled from the glorious, musty pulps, but new tales written in the grand tradition. The first offering: THE HOUNDS OF HELL is as good a pulp yarn as one is likely to find. Written by pulpsmith Ron Fortier and scribe Gordon Linzner, HOUNDS offers a rollicking romp that pits the Moon Man against Dr. Satan. With short, choppy chapters, Fortier and Linzner keep the action humming and it reads so quick you think the tale must be half of its 113 page length. 'ANGEL IN HIS SIGHTS' follows on the heels of HELL. This memorable WWI tale by Ron Fortier is a feast of the imagination combining religious elements with the horrors of war. 'LADY ARCANE -- MISTRESS OF MAGIC' closes out the book in rousing fashion. As Miss Arcane will be featured in the upcoming GHOST SQUAD #1: RISE OF THE BLACK LEGION, here's your opportunity to get in on the ground floor and experience a solo tale with this unforgettable female. The book is expertly illustrated by veteran comic artist Rob Davis and features an incredible wrap around cover by Tom Floyd. Pulp fiction is back and it's here to stay. THE HOUNDS OF HELL shows us why with as captivating a trio of tales as one is likely to find in all of pulpdom. Miss this one at your own risk.
The Moon Man battles Doctor Satan in this all new thriller that for the first time combines two classic pulp characters from the 1930s. Not to be missed. Fast paced action with colorful characters. A truly fun read.