Listed below are sites of information or merchandise
that are (hopefully) of interest to all of you. We will be adding more links to this
page as time goes by. Suggestions for other links that we might consider for
inclusion should be sent to:
The home page for Ed Hulse (known as the Riddle Rider) and his
magazine Blood ‘N’ Thunder: a journal devoted to the pulps,
film, OTR and other aspects of popular culture from years gone by.
Bill & Sue
An ongoing project to devoted to the works of Edgar Rice
Burroughs and probably the most complete overview of his work imiginable. Contained
on the site are biographies, galleries and information about Burroughs, but also
material about the people who had a hand in bringing his characters to life: whether
illustrating the prose of Burroughs, to films, comics and radio. There is also a
great deal of research material to be found, along with links and archived material
on the numerous aspects of Burroughs' work and life The centerpiece of the site,
the ERBzine is published weekly on the Internet and, although a bit
hard to find on the site, is worth perusal, since it offers new items, as well as
pointing out numberous items from the Arvhives.
The Captain Midnight Sound
The Captain Midnight Sound Vault allows you to either listen
or download classic episodes of Ovaltine's great radio hero at will. Simple
uncomplicated site. All files are in the Real Audio format.
Coming Attractions is your one stop source for all the news about
pulps: new reprints in books and magazines, etexts, movies, TV, Cons, or new works
based on established characters; they have it all. There is also a handy calendar of
events, links to websites that feature pulp material and directories of booksellers
and pulp conventions all courtesy of your host, Bill Thom.
Fading Shadows is a site devoted to pulp magazines
with a twist, since the majority of the material available from them are newly
written stories done in the pulp style which, in a many cases, feature classic pulp
characters in new stories. Subscriptions are available and single issues can also be
The Files of Jerry Blake
Daniel Neyer's serial site, with short biographies of some of the more prominent serial actors and an ever-growing Reviews section.
A neat site put together by Tony LoBue. Here you will find
most everything concerning the Flash Gordon serials. Music, sound bites,
and photos are included, as well as extensive filmographies and biographies of the
The Gene Autry Western Heritage
The Home Page of the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum in
Los Angeles, California. Lists what is going on at the museum as well as what is on
sale in their store.
The Herb Jeffries Website
The amazing b-western "Bronze Buckaroo" and Duke
Ellington vocalist hosts a site devoted to his most interesting life and continuing
MacFarland is one of the more prolific publishers of
material on the serial genre. They take a very scholarly approach.
Mercury Theatre on the Air
This site is devoted to Orson Welles and The Mercury
Theatre of the Air. They claim to have all the surviving Mercury Theatre shows
available for listening or download, as well as, 25 episodes of Campbell
Playhouse and the 7 part adaption of Les Miserables. Most files are in
Real Audio with some also available in MP3. Also some historical
The Old Corral
The Old Corral has tons of information about the B-Movie
cowboy heroes and more links to other Western sites than you could ever hope to
The Pulp Series Character Reprint Index
A very complete index listing the reprinted adventures of over 166 pulp characters, the tiles of the reprint edition and the original title and appearance of each story. There are also links to e-text version of some of the stories.In some cases, you can also view the indexes according to original pulp publication order. An ongoing project that is managed by Bill Thom and hosted on Fading Shadows.
Orsak's Western Trails
Richard Orsak's present website where he lists what he
currently has available in the world of serials and "B" westerns. One of
the best secondary market dealers.
The main entrance for the site that contains the Captain Midnight site mentioned above. Many shows are available for listening, some for downloading and there is quite a bit of historical information about Old Time Radio. Some programs are in Real Audio format and others is MP3.
If you like Commando Cody or Rocketman, this is the site for you to visit.
If you like "Space Stuff" and tv sci-fi from the
50's and 60's, you'll want to blast off to this site. Lots of Space
Patrol kine/copies available.
The "Official" 3 Stooges Web Site
Hey, Moe, if the headbanging antics of the Stooges are your
thing, here is the place to go. Merchandise, games, puzzles, and even downloadable
video. Nyuck, nyuck, nyuck!
University of Oklahoma Press
Generally recognized as the foremost publisher of books on
the American Indian, not to mention the West, Oklahoma Press has also been active in
the field of popular culture with its biographies of Hollywood performers and its
studies of serials, Westerns, and musicals.
The Nostalgia League