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Step into the captivating world of "pulp" - a realm where imagination knows no bounds

Background imagePulp Collection: Astounding Stories Scifi magazine cover, Shadow out of Time

Astounding Stories Scifi magazine cover, Shadow out of Time
THE SHADOW OUT OF TIME (H P Lovecraft) - Peaslee encounters the Great Race

Background imagePulp Collection: Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, The Mad Robot

Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, The Mad Robot
THE MAD ROBOT by William P McGivern. A brave man fires a ray-gun at an advancing metal robot with large claws and a brain encassed in a glass-domed head Date: 1944

Background imagePulp Collection: Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Hidden Lunar City

Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Hidden Lunar City
HIDDEN CITY by Chesters Geier. Two spacemen spot a hidden circular city rising out of a crater on a seemingly deserted moon Date: 1947

Background imagePulp Collection: Molar tooth

Molar tooth
Tooth, transparent cross section of a molar tooth showing the pulp chamber (orange)

Background imagePulp Collection: Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, Robot and lion

Amazing Stories scifi magazine cover, Robot and lion
Testing a robot for a space mission by having it fight a lion - a scene from J Schlassels To the Moon by proxy Date: 1928

Background imagePulp Collection: The Mystery Of Squadron X

The Mystery Of Squadron X
An illustrated front cover for The Mystery Of Squadron X, written by Walter Tyrer, no. 53 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imagePulp Collection: Mad Metal Robot

Mad Metal Robot
THE MAD ROBOT by William P McGivern. A brave man fires a ray-gun at an advancing metal robot with large claws and a brain encassed in a glass-domed head Date: 1944

Background imagePulp Collection: Monster Tsetse Fly, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover

Monster Tsetse Fly, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
THE EGGS FROM TANGANYIKA - A warship is attacked by a monster tsetse fly Date: 1926

Background imagePulp Collection: HMS Habbakuk in section

HMS Habbakuk in section
Illustration showing a cross section of the top secret design for HMS Habbakuk a giant aircraft-carrier built of ice and wood pulp, which was proposed as a secret weapon in the Second World War

Background imagePulp Collection: HMS Habbakuk with HMS Indefatigable, 1946

HMS Habbakuk with HMS Indefatigable, 1946
Illustration showing the top secret design for HMS Habbakuk (centre), a giant aircraft-carrier built of ice and wood pulp, which was proposed as a secret weapon in the Second World War

Background imagePulp Collection: Thrilling Wonder Stories Scifi Magazine Cover, Giant Ants

Thrilling Wonder Stories Scifi Magazine Cover, Giant Ants
HANDS ACROSS THE VOID - The giant ants of Titan help the Earth travellers against their enemies

Background imagePulp Collection: Juicing carrots

Juicing carrots. The electrical juicer is pulping raw carrots to make a healthy vegetable drink. Carrots are rich in vitamin A (retinol) and also contain some fibre

Background imagePulp Collection: WAR OF THE WORLDS, 1927. American science fiction magazine cover, 1927

WAR OF THE WORLDS, 1927. American science fiction magazine cover, 1927, illustrating The War of the Worlds by H. G
WAR OF THE WORLDS, 1927. American science fiction magazine cover, 1927, illustrating " The War of the Worlds" by H.G. Wells

Background imagePulp Collection: Fantastic Adventures - The Secret of Elenas Tomb

Fantastic Adventures - The Secret of Elenas Tomb
Cover of Fantastic Adventures, September 1947, featuring the story The Secret of Elenas Tomb by Karl Tanzler von Cosel. A young woman in long white dress stands on a tomb with the inscription Elena

Background imagePulp Collection: Amazing Stories Scifi magazine cover - Futuristic Human Cloning

Amazing Stories Scifi magazine cover - Futuristic Human Cloning
THE 4-SIDED TRIANGLE, by William F Temple. A scientist clones the body of a young woman in his laboratory in this futuristic science fiction magazine cover 1939

Background imagePulp Collection: Startling Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Science Island

Startling Stories Scifi Magazine Cover with Science Island
SCIENCE ISLAND (Eando Binder)A cold-blooded Scientific Napoleon with the Brain of a Genius and a Body of Metal threatens to Dominate Mankind Date: 1939

Background imagePulp Collection: Startling Stories scifi magazine cover - Green-headed Aliens

Startling Stories scifi magazine cover - Green-headed Aliens
THE THREE PLANETEERS, by Edmond Hamilton. Two green-headed aliens, fly a spacecraft whilst under fire from groups of humans with ray-guns Date: 1940

Background imagePulp Collection: Thrilling Wonder Stories scifi magazine cover - THE IONIAN CYCLE

Thrilling Wonder Stories scifi magazine cover - THE IONIAN CYCLE
THE IONIAN CYCLE (William Tenn) A space traveller from Earth encounters some interesting fauna emerging from eggs, pods, shells or whatever. Date: 1948

Background imagePulp Collection: Conquest of the Earth, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover

Conquest of the Earth, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
THE CONQUEST OF THE EARTH - An invader from Andromeda describes his home Date: 1930

Background imagePulp Collection: By Jove, Alien Entity, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover

By Jove, Alien Entity, Amazing Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
By Jove! - denizens of Ganymede, satellite of Jupiter Date: 1937

Background imagePulp Collection: Amazing Stories Scifi magazine cover, The Golden Planetoid

Amazing Stories Scifi magazine cover, The Golden Planetoid
THE GOLDEN PLANETOID - A mysterious alien spacecraft lands in the Russian steppes Date: 1935

Background imagePulp Collection: Red Hell of Jupiter, Astounding Stories Scifi magazine cover

Red Hell of Jupiter, Astounding Stories Scifi magazine cover
THE RED HELL OF JUPITER - The Planetary Explorers disintegrate the Rogans with the death tube Date: 1931

Background imagePulp Collection: SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE. Cover by Hubert Rogers for the May 1947 issue of Astounding Science

SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE. Cover by Hubert Rogers for the May 1947 issue of Astounding Science Fiction magazine
SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE. Cover by Hubert Rogers for the May 1947 issue of " Astounding Science Fiction" magazine

Background imagePulp Collection: Fantasy Spacecraft, Fantastic Adventures Scifi Magazine Covers

Fantasy Spacecraft, Fantastic Adventures Scifi Magazine Covers
A Spaceship blasts away from a dying planet in this Science Fiction Magazine cover

Background imagePulp Collection: Master of the Asteroid, Wonder Stories Scifi Magazine Cover

Master of the Asteroid, Wonder Stories Scifi Magazine Cover
MASTER OF THE ASTEROID - A stranded astronaut is honoured as a god when he crashes on a distant planet

Background imagePulp Collection: Amazing Stories scfi magazine cover, Bermuda Triangle

Amazing Stories scfi magazine cover, Bermuda Triangle
The non-gravitational vortex, in which ships are mysteriously lost in the Atlantic Ocean

Background imagePulp Collection: Preview of Peril / Sci-Fi

Preview of Peril / Sci-Fi
Preview of Peril (Story by Alfred Copper) Date: 1950

Background imagePulp Collection: SCIENCE FICTION COVER, 1929. American magazine cover, 1929

SCIENCE FICTION COVER, 1929. American magazine cover, 1929

Background imagePulp Collection: Human tooth anatomy, artwork

Human tooth anatomy, artwork
Human tooth anatomy. Artwork of a cross-section through a human tooth to show its anatomical structure. The two main areas are the crown (above the gum-line) and the root (embedded in the gum)

Background imagePulp Collection: Bitter orange or Seville orange.. Citrus aurantium.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from G. T

Bitter orange or Seville orange.. Citrus aurantium.. Handcolored copperplate engraving from G. T. Wilhelm's "Unterhaltungen aus der Naturgeschichte" (Encyclopedia of Natural History)

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Connection
Samantha Hearn

Background imagePulp Collection: OtherWorld V.2

OtherWorld V.2
Samantha Hearn

Background imagePulp Collection: OtherWorld

OtherWorld
Samantha Hearn

Background imagePulp Collection: South America, Brazil, Para, pulped Acai berry served with honey and tapioca - the

South America, Brazil, Para, pulped Acai berry served with honey and tapioca - the traditional form of preparation in north Brazil

Background imagePulp Collection: The Arrival

The Arrival
Taudalpoi

Background imagePulp Collection: Unloading pulp, London docks, early 1900s

Unloading pulp, London docks, early 1900s

Background imagePulp Collection: London Docks unloading pulp Victorian period

London Docks unloading pulp Victorian period

Background imagePulp Collection: Unloading pulp, London docks

Unloading pulp, London docks

Background imagePulp Collection: The Amazing Affair Of The Shipyard Sabotage

The Amazing Affair Of The Shipyard Sabotage
An illustrated front cover for The Amazing Affair Of The Shipyard Sabotage, written by Stanton Hope, no. 736 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imagePulp Collection: The Observed Corps Mystery

The Observed Corps Mystery
An illustrated front cover for The Observed Corps Mystery, written by Rex Hardinge, no. 733 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library. Date: circa 1940s

Background imagePulp Collection: The Mystery Of The Bombed Hotel

The Mystery Of The Bombed Hotel
An illustrated front cover for The Mystery Of The Bombed Hotel, written by Anthony Skene, no. 22 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library. Date: circa 1940s

Background imagePulp Collection: Previously Reported Missing - Now?

Previously Reported Missing - Now?
An illustrated front cover for Previously Reported Missing - Now...?, written by Gilbert Chester, no. 66 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imagePulp Collection: The Case Of The Shot Looter

The Case Of The Shot Looter
An illustrated front cover for The Case Of The Shot Looter, written by Martin Frazer, no. 5 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library. The image shows a warden being shot in the back

Background imagePulp Collection: Raiders Passed!

Raiders Passed!
An illustrated front cover for Raiders Passed!, written by John Hunter, no. 1 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library. Date: circa 1940s

Background imagePulp Collection: The Secret Of The Evacuee

The Secret Of The Evacuee
An illustrated front cover for The Secret Of The Evacuee, written by Paul Urquhart, no. 731 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imagePulp Collection: The Mystery Of The Blitzed Tower

The Mystery Of The Blitzed Tower
An illustrated front cover for The Mystery Of The Blitzed Tower, written by Anthony Parsons, no. 238 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imagePulp Collection: The Case Of The Man On Leave

The Case Of The Man On Leave
An illustrated front cover for The Case Of The Man On Leave, written by Gilbert Chester, no. 743 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library

Background imagePulp Collection: The Case Of The Defaulting Sailor

The Case Of The Defaulting Sailor
An illustrated front cover for The Case Of The Defaulting Sailor, written by John Hunter, no. 118 in the pulp fiction series, The Sexton Blake Library



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Step into the captivating world of "pulp" - a realm where imagination knows no bounds. The covers of Astounding Stories and Amazing Stories Sci-fi magazines beckon you to explore uncharted territories, where the extraordinary becomes reality. In one cover, an otherworldly city hidden on the lunar surface awaits your discovery. Its ethereal glow hints at secrets yet to be unveiled. Another cover showcases a menacing mad robot, its metallic frame exuding both power and danger. Will it bring chaos or salvation? But not all is mechanical in this realm of wonder; behold a fearsome monster tsetse fly with its grotesque features dominating another magazine cover. Its presence sends shivers down your spine as you ponder what unimaginable horrors lie within those pages. Travel back in time with H. G. Wells' iconic War of the Worlds illustration from 1927, capturing the essence of intergalactic warfare that has enthralled generations. Witnessing towering metal robots wreak havoc upon Earth's cities leaves you breathless. Yet amidst these fantastical tales, there are also glimpses of ingenuity and innovation. Behold HMS Habbakuk in section - a colossal ship made entirely out of ice. A testament to human creativity pushing boundaries beyond comprehension. And while we marvel at these extraordinary stories, let us not forget the simple pleasures found within pulp's pages - juicing carrots for vitality and health or encountering unexpected allies like a loyal lion by our side against formidable foes. Thrilling Wonder Stories introduces us to giant ants that tower over humanity, reminding us that even in fiction's wildest imaginings lies an underlying truth: nature can always surprise us with its awe-inspiring creations. So step into this world where dreams come alive through vibrant illustrations and gripping narratives; immerse yourself in pulp's enchanting embrace as it transports you beyond reality's limitations into realms only limited by your own imagination.