TMP and I go back a long way. Thanks to Bill Armintrout's support and publicity I've had a steady venue for staying in touch with the wider miniature gaming community.. TMP has a Pulp Gaming Message Board and a Pulp Media Message Board as well as an Interwar Message Board. Most of the time you will find me in these discussion groups.
The Lead Adventure Forum is a high energy site dedicated to many genres including a great Pulp discussion board.
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Besides Rugged Adventures there are quite a number of fun Pulp rules sets both for table-top gaming and Role-Playing games. Rugged Adventures is a pretty loose system which allows for other rules to be used in concert according to the game master's desires.
Astounding Tales by my pal Howard Whitehouse, published by The (Virtual) Armchair General. Many have been the profound discussions about the Pulp genre over a feast of questionable Chinese buffet food.' Unfortunately, Howard was torn apart by giant apes in 1932. Cest'la vie.
The (Virtual) Armchair General also has a swell set of Pulp Era card buildings called 'Mean Streats'! There's even an opium den!
The Pulp Action Library features such action packed games as:
MAD DOGS WITH GUNS, A GAME OF GANGSTERS AND G-MEN, MOLLS AND MAYHEM
CAVEMEN, A Prehistorically Inaccurate Wargame
45 Adventure by Rat Trap Games.is an action oriented game requiring very few figures. Richard Johnson captures the brawling, close quarter action of the Pulps in his system and he is adding new books and scenarios regularly.
Pulp Alley, a game of extraordinary action and adventure!
The Pulp Net is a great jumping off point for anyone interested in learning more about classic Pulp magazines and Pulp art.
The Pulp Magazines Project is a splendid archival resource!
The Serial Squadron will set you up with.....Serial DVDs!
Pulp artist extraordinaire Tom Floyd runs a fantastic period web comic called 'Captain Spectre'. You can also sign up to be a member of Captain Spectre's Lightning Legion. I did!
I love classic Old Time Radio! Shows like 'The Shadow', 'Voyage of the Scarlet Queen' and 'Escape' are pure Pulp Era inspiration. And for entertainment value you can't beat 'Jack Benny', 'The Great Gildersleeve' or 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'. For Horror tales try 'Quiet Please' and for Science Fiction the wonderful 'X Minus 1'.
There are lots of OTR sites but a good place to start in the Internet Archive which has plenty of shows and they are free!
RUSC is another Old Time Radio source. They are a pay membership site but the selection is pretty amazing! I was a member for a number of years and I'm still working through my inventory.
Like Roy Chapman Andrews and Teddy Roosevelt before her, my wife is a member of the Explorer's Club. This is where my fantasy world intersects with reality. They have a cool club house in New York with ice axes and pith helmets on the wall and they throw a great party at the Waldorf every year; dinner sometimes comes with camels or a 23ft python.. Check them out .
This is a coffee shop/book store here in Kelowna that features not only great coffee but a retro Pulp atmosphere and a collection of Pulp art, magazines and books the likes of which I've never seen in one place before. If you visit Kelown you shouldn't miss it!