Friend of the Station, Ron Fortier returns with another Pulp Fiction Review. This time out Ron takes a look at The Auslander Files by Michael Patrick Sullivan from Pulp 2.0 Press.
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Friend of the Station and Pulp 2.0 Press head honcho Bill Cunningham announced on Facebook that The Auslander Files will be released by Pulp 2.0 in 2013.
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As a promotion for the upcoming release of Graham Nolan‘s MONSTER ISLAND, Pulp 2.0 Press is running the comic strip version of the graphic novel on the Pulp 2.0 Facebook page.
The strip will run until August 15th. During that time you will have the opportunity to pre-order the book for $9.99 postage paid!
The comic strip version of MONSTER ISLAND has never been seen before and is one of the many bonus features you’ll find in the new edition. Our 80 page book has over 30 new pages of material including commentary from Graham, an interview, sketches, layouts and a few notes by Friend of the Station, the Mad Pulp Bastard himself, Bill Cunningham.
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The Hollywood Reporter reports that “Rise of the Planet of the Apes’” director, Rupert Wyatt is attached to the Charlize Theron Sci-Fi Project ‘Agent 13′.
Universal is finalizing a deal to pick up Agent 13, a sci-fi project that sees Charlize Theron attached to star and Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt attached to direct.
T.S. Nowlin is the writer behind the pitch, which is based on a little known comic book from 1988. It was created by G.I. Joe and Transformers cartoon writer Flint Dille and David Marconi, who went on to pen the Will Smith thriller Enemy of the State as well as Live Free or Die Hard.
The comic had post-modern pulp overtones, replete with femme fatales and explosive cliffhangers. The main character is male and despite Theron’s involvement, will remain that way. (The actress is attached to play another part.) Continue reading
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Pulp 2.0 Press is pleased to announce the upcoming December release of the 25th anniversary edition of SCARLET IN GASLIGHT, the classic graphic novel starring two of literature’s immortal characters, SHERLOCK HOLMES and DRACULA. Written by Martin Powell and illustrated by Seppo Makinen this thrilling supernatural mystery-adventure has been reviewed by no less than the Washington Post who said that SCARLET IN GASLIGHT is “…more satisfyingly cinematic than many of the movies.”
This special collector’s edition features:
- remastered artwork from the artist
- a special introduction from noted pulp writer and scholar Win Scott Eckert (CROSSOVERS 1&2, THE EVIL IN PEMBERLEY HOUSE)
- a comprehensive interview with Martin Powell on the origins of SCARLET IN GASLIGHT conducted by Michael Leal.
For more on the 25th Anniversary Edition of Scarlet In Gaslight, visit the Pulp 2.0 Press website at http://pulp2ohpress.com/scarlet-in-gaslight-the-25th-anniversary-edition-due-in-december-2011/
PROGRAMMING NOTE: Scarlet In Gaslight Author Martin Powell and Pulp 2.0 Press Publisher Bill Cunningham will join the Earth Station One Crew in December for the Sherlock Holmes episode to talk all things Holmes and to tell us more about Scarlet In Gaslight.