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New to the VAE Library – Agent 13: Acolytes of Darkness

New to the VAE Library – Agent 13: Acolytes of Darkness In the second half 1980s TSR attempted to do… something… with a new pulp styled character named Agent 13: The Midnight Avenger In a strange move for a *game* publisher, first they released novels featuring the occult-fighting mystery man, …

Wargames Illustrated- July 2014, the world of pulp gaming

Wargames Illustrated- July 2014, the world of pulp gaming http://wi-digital.net/wi321-july-2014/ “…primer for the world of Pulp gaming across a range of genres, so don your favourite headgear and gather your equipment as we invite you to embark on a journey into new realms of action and adventure!”   WI321 July …

New to the VAE Library~ Wolsung: Steam Pulp Fantasy

New to the VAE Library~ Wolsung: Steam Pulp Fantasy http://www.steampulpfantasy.com/ “Wolsung: Steam Pulp Fantasy is a roleplaying game of cinematic action set in the daring times of the Magical-Industrial Revolution. Welcome to the Fantastic 19th Century! Under the sky crowded with airships, steam-powered cars race the streets. The marriage of …

Adventures in the Lost Lands, Larger Than Life and Colonial Lemuria from Two Hour Wargames~

Adventures in the Lost Lands, Larger Than Life and Colonial Lemuria from Two Hour Wargames~ The folks over at Two Hour Wargames have some nifty RPGs under their “Pulps” section: Larger Than Life: http://www.twohourwargames.com/largerthanlife.html “It’s spaceships, jungle lords, and Nazis. Lost cities, underwater adventure, and maybe even a hard-boiled detective …

Jess Nevins on the Zeppelin Pulps

Pulp expert Jess Nevins on The Zeppelin Pulps: http://ratmmjess.livejournal.com/218848.html The following is an expanded version of my essay in Incognito #6, the last issue in the wonderful pulp-supers-noir comic by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. Incognito #6 is in stores today (make sure to buy three copies each!) and a …

The Incredible Legends of Doctor Phibes

The Incredible Legends of Doctor Phibes (some thoughts on using two of Vincent Price’s classic films as source material for roleplaying games) The Abominable Dr. Phibes, American International Pictures, 1971 Plot Summary The year is 1925 and someone is murdering surgeons in London. Killing them with deadly bats, enraged rats, …

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