Dr. Thaddeus C. Harker: The Complete Tales
Written by Edwin Truett Long, Doc Harker was one of the last of the Munsey heroes who were introduced to battle the oncoming wave of the comic book industry. Dressed in a Prince Albert coat and looking like a Kentucky gentleman, Harker and his crew travel the country selling their cure-all Chickasha Remedies… and encounter crime at every stop. This edition collects the entire series: “Crime Nest,” “Woe to the Vanquished” and “South of the Border,” all from 1940 and complete, remastered, with all the original illustrations.
The Collected Tales of Sangroo the Sun-God
The lost series returns to print! Appearing for only two stories in Clayton Publications’ ultra-rare Jungle Stories and written by J. Irving Crump (writer of the Og series), Sangroo was among the most interesting of the Tarzan clones. Never before reprinted, these stories have now returned to print after 80 years.
Super-Detective Jim Anthony: The Complete Series, Volume 2
The complete reprinting of the greatest of the Doc Savage pastiches continues! Volume two of contains the next three adventures of Jim Anthony: “Bloated Death,” “Killer in Yellow,” and “Murder in Paradise.” This volume also includes editor notes and correspondence, as well as an all-new introduction by Victor Rousseau expert Morgan A. Wallace.
West of Guam: The Complete Cases of Jo Gar
Edited by the Black Mask Library Series General Editor, Keith Alan Deutsch, this new volume includes two important, critical, biographical essays about Whitfield and Jo Gar by Black Mask scholar E.R. Hagemann, and a portrait of Professor Hagemann by his colleague, Dr. R.H. Miller. The new book is richly illustrated with line drawings by the greatest dry brush illustrator of the pulp age, Arthur Rodman Bowker.
The Masked Rider Archives, Volume 1
Collected for the first time: the original Masked Rider series! Volume 1 contains the first three stories, uncut, in order, and accompanied by the original illustrations: “The Black Caballero” by Oscar Schisgall along with “The Avenging Shadow” and “Sapphire Mesa,” both by William H. Stueber.
The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, the Occult Detector, Volume 1: 1912
One of Pulpdom’s earliest occult detectives returns! Running for over twenty years in the pages of The Cavalier, All-Story Weekly, The People’s Magazine, Top Notch, and Argosy, among others, these tales have never been reprinted until now. Volume 1 contains the first three tales of Semi Dual, all from 1912: “The Occult Detector,” “The Significance of High ‘D’,” and “The Wisteria Scarf.” This premiere collection includes an all-new introduction by Garyn Roberts.
The White Savage: The Complete Tales of Matalaa
The Jungle Lord… of the South Pacific? Thrill to the adventures of Warren Steele, Jr., the only survivor of a south seas shipwreck who was raised by a witch doctor to battle evil. Written by pulp master E. Hoffmann Price, this series has never been properly reprinted, until now.
Doc Savage: Skull Island
An urgent summons from his father brings young Clark Savage, Jr. to San Francisco for a mysterious mission: to locate the long-lost clipper ship captained by his legendary ancestor, Stormalong Savage.
From Deep Waters: The Complete Adventures of the Major, Volume 1
The long-running and much-beloved series from the pages of Short Stories is finally collected in order and with a plethora of bonus material. Join Aubrey St. John Major—AKA the Major—and his faithful companion, Jim the Hottentot, on their adventures across the diamond country of Africa. This collection includes the first 12 stories, uncut and with all the original illustrations.
The Complete Casebook of Cardigan, Volume 4: 1935-37
Frederick Nebel’s unforgettable character Jack Cardigan was one of the main reasons behind the success of the legendary Dime Detective Magazine. His hard-boiled P.I. stories were a major influence to other writers of the era, yet only a handful have been reprinted since their original 44-story run eighty years ago. Volume 4 of this series contains the last 11 installments, complete and uncut, with the original illustrations by John Fleming Gould.
The Complete Casebook of Cardigan, Volume 3: 1934-35
Frederick Nebel’s unforgettable character Jack Cardigan was one of the main reasons behind the success of the legendary Dime Detective Magazine. His hard-boiled P.I. stories were a major influence to other writers of the era, yet only a handful have been reprinted since their original 44-story run eighty years ago. Volume 3 of this series contains the next 11 installments, complete and uncut, with the original illustrations by John Fleming Gould.
The Swift Revenge of the Green Ghost
The creator of Zorro, writer Johnston McCulley is back with another nearly-forgotten classic pulp hero—the Green Ghost.
Hell in Boxes: The Exploits of Lynn Lash and Foster Fade
In 1933, Lester Dent jumpstarted his pulp fiction career when he created scientific detective Lynn Lash. Operating out of a New York skyscraper, Lash tackled super-scientific threats the police could not handle, opening the way for Dent’s greatest creation, the immortal Doc Savage. This is Dent at his imaginative best—vintage hardboiled detective fiction with a weird menace twist!
Doc Savage: Death’s Dark Domain
There are unknown Things prowling the darkest patch of land on the planet. Haunted by creatures that might have emerged from the Hell’s lowest regions, ancient Ultra-Stygia has turned into a cauldron of conflict between rival countries. Monster bats careen through the night sky. Invisible Cyclopes patrol the scorched battleground. And a power beyond understanding robs men of their vision.
From the frozen Arctic to the war-torn Balkans, Doc Savage and his fighting five follow a winding trail of terror to a blood-freezing climax.
Doc Savage: The Forgotten Realm
No one knew who—or what—the strange being who called himself “X Man” truly was. He was found wandering the ruins of a crumbling Roman fort, dressed in a toga, speaking classical Latin—and clutching a handful of unearthly black seeds.
From the wild Scottish moors to the unexplored heart of darkest Africa, Doc Savage and his indomitable men embarked upon a desperate quest for the Forgotten Realm….
The Complete Casebook of Cardigan, Volume 2: 1933
Frederick Nebel’s unforgettable character Jack Cardigan was one of the main reasons behind the success of the legendary Dime Detective Magazine. His hard-boiled P.I. stories were a major influence to other writers of the era, yet only a handful have been reprinted since their original 44-story run eighty years ago. Volume 2 of this series contains the next 11 installments, complete and uncut, with the original illustrations by John Fleming Gould.
Secret Agent X: The Complete Series, Volume 6
This volume contains the next five stories, by G.T. Fleming-Roberts and Paul Chadwick: “Brand of the Metal Maiden,” “Dividends of Doom,” “The Fear Merchants,” “Faceless Fury” and “Subterranean Scourge.” This is THE Secret Agent “X” reprint series to own!
Swamp Fetish: The Complete Adventures of Armless O’Neil, Volume 2
For the first time, Dan Cushman’s exotic locale hard-boiled adventure stories are collected in two editions. Volume 2 collects the last six adventures of Armless O’Neil, from 1948-53 issues of Jungle Stories and Action Stories: “Witch-Queen of the Voodoo Drums,” “The Black Assegai,” “Dagger of Thebes,” “Yellow Eyes of Voodoo,” “Swamp Fetish,” and “Escape From Zumongo.” Also featuring an all-new introduction by James Reasoner.
Doc Savage: The Infernal Buddha
From cosmopolitan Singapore to the barbaric waters of the Yellow Sea, Doc Savage plunges into a desperate struggle for control of the Infernal Buddha—before it consumes the planet!
The Complete Adventures of the Griffon, Volume 2
Fighting the aerial forces of evil for nearly ten years in the pages of Flying Aces, Kerry Keen aka The Griffon finally returns to print! This edition continues the complete reprinting of the series. Volume 2 contains the next six stories: “Clue of the Cockpit Clock,” “Death Flies the Electra!,” “Trans-Atlantic Intrigue,” “Sky Gun Snare,” “Zeppelins Vanish!” and “Sea Hangar Snare.” This volume also includes an article by pulp historian Will Murray.
The Green Lama: The Complete Pulp Adventures, Volume 3
Volume 3 contains in introduction by radio historian Martin Grams, Jr. and features the final four stories: “The Case of the Fugitive Fingerprints,” “The Case of the Crooked Cane,” “The Case of the Hollywood Ghost,” and “The Case of the Beardless Corpse,” as well as an all-new epilogue by Adam Lance Garcia and Mike Fyles: “The Case of the Final Column.”
Secret Agent X: Master of Madness
What is more important? Life—or lucre? Most of us would cast our vote in favor of life. But for one group of men, wealth possesses a far greater hold. Such a position becomes apparent when a New York publishing magnate dies in a horrible fit of madness. In response his surviving friends band together, vowing they would rather die than capitulate to his murderer. His name? The Fool. And Secret Agent X, man of a thousand faces, found that even he was not immune from the wiles of a madman.
Tough as Nails: The Complete Cases of Donahue from the Pages of Black Mask
Presenting Tough Dick Donahue, the inter-state detective agency operative who replaced the Continental Op after Dashiell Hammett stopped writing for Black Mask Magazine. Collected for the first time in a single volume is every one of the fifteen Donahue stories.
This compendium also contains an all-new introduction by Will Murray and a complete bibliography of the works of Frederick Nebel as compiled by Rob Preston.
The Complete Casebook of Cardigan, Volume 1: 1931-32
Volume 1 of this series contains the first 11 installments, complete and uncut, with an all-new introduction by Will Murray and the original illustrations by John Fleming Gould.
The Complete Adventures of Richard Knight, Volume 1
Best known for writing the adventures of Philip Strange, UFO investigator Donald E. Keyhoe also wrote another long-running aerial hero for the pages of Flying Aces: Richard Knight. These wild adventures also mix in elements of lost races, dinosaurs and more! Volume 1 collects the first four stories from 1936-37: “Vultures of the Lost Valley,” “Hell Flies High,” “Death Flies the Equator” and “Falcons from Nowhere.”
Ki-Gor: The Complete Series, Volume 2
For the first time, the Ki-Gor series from the pages of Jungle Stories is collected, complete, uncut and in order! Volume 2 includes the next five stories: “Ki-Gor and the Paradise That Time Forgot” (Fall 1940), “The Empire of Doom” (Winter 1940-41), “Lair of the Beast” (Spring 1941), “Ki-Gor and the Temple of the Moon-God” (Summer 1941), and “White Savage” (Fall 1941).
Doc Savage: Horror in Gold
From the besieged canyons of New York to the rugged coast of Alaska, Doc Savage and his men race to resolve the riddle that brings grisly doom to ordinary citizens—and threatens the economic recovery of a Depression-besieged world.
Dan Fowler: G-Man Companion
For nearly 20 years, Dan Fowler and his G-men battled crimedom in the pages of G-Men Detective. Now, author Tom Johnson has indexed each issue, listing everything you need to know about the series.
The Man in Purple
Fresh off the creation of Zorro, writer Johnston McCulley created a fantastic follow-up masked hero: The Man in Purple! Nearly forgotten today and never before reprinted in its entirety, The Man in Purple series has been restored to its original glory! As a bonus, this collection has been augmented by an all-new adventure of The Man in Purple by pulp writer Tom Johnson.
The Green Lama: The Complete Pulp Adventures, Volume 2
Never completely reprinted before, the series is collected in three volumes. Each volume contains an all-new introduction, focusing on a different aspect of the character’s life across several forms of popular media. Volume 2 contains in introduction by comics historian Michelle Nolan and features the next five stories: “The Case of the Death’s-Head Face,” “The Case of the Clown Who Laughed,” “The Case of the Invisible Enemy,” “The Case of the Mad Magi,” and “The Case of the Vanishing Ships.”