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PULP HEROES – THE MOON MAN: STORIES 13-15

I’m continuing my look at Frederick C Davis’ pulp hero the Moon Man. In reality police detective Stephen Thatcher, the Moon Man stalked the night-darkened streets of fictional Great City (“Great City ya got here … it’d be a shame … Continue reading

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PULP HEROES: THE MOON MAN – STORIES 10-12

I’m continuing my look at Frederick C Davis’ pulp hero the Moon Man. In reality police detective Stephen Thatcher, the Moon Man stalked the night-darkened streets of fictional Great City (“Great City ya got here … it’d be a shame … Continue reading

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PULP HEROES: THE MOON MAN – STORIES 7-9

I’m continuing my look at Frederick C Davis’ pulp hero the Moon Man. In reality police detective Stephen Thatcher, the Moon Man stalked the night-darkened streets of fictional Great City (“Great City ya got here … it’d be a shame … Continue reading

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PULP HEROES: THE MOON MAN – STORIES 4-6

I’m continuing my look at Frederick C Davis’ pulp hero the Moon Man. In reality police detective Stephen Thatcher, the Moon Man stalked the night-darkened streets of fictional Great City (“Great City ya got here … it’d be a shame … Continue reading

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PULP HEROES: THE MOON MAN – STORIES 1-3

I’m continuing my look at Frederick C Davis’ pulp hero the Moon Man. In reality police detective Stephen Thatcher, the Moon Man stalked the night-darkened streets of fictional Great City (“Great City ya got here … it’d be a shame … Continue reading

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PULP HEROES: THE MOON MAN

THE MOON MAN – Created by Frederick C Davis, the Moon Man is, to me, the epitome of the campy but fascinating heroes the old pulp publications used to treat readers to, issue after issue. Operating in fictional Great City, … Continue reading

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THE STEAM MAN OF THE PRAIRIES (1868): ANCIENT SCIENCE FICTION

THE STEAM MAN OF THE PRAIRIES (1868) – Written by Edward Sylvester Ellis. Before the Frank Reade stories came this work that is often hailed as the first Dime Novel with a science fiction theme. Ellis seems to have been … Continue reading

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THE NEW HUMANS (1909) – ANCIENT SCIENCE FICTION

THE NEW HUMANS (1909) – Written by B Vallance. No other name has come to light for the author of this thought-provoking work. Explorer Montgomery Merrick is roaming around the wilds of 1909 Uganda when he falls down a mountainside … Continue reading

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THE FIRST TWENTY IRON MAN STORIES FROM THE 1960s

Balladeer’s Blog continues its Top Twenty Lists for 2020 while simultaneously providing another item for this superhero-hungry world. It’s the first 20 Iron Man stories, beginning in 1963. TALES OF SUSPENSE Vol 1 #39 (March 1963) Title: Iron Man Is … Continue reading

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THE ARTIFICIAL MAN (1884): ANCIENT SCIENCE FICTION

THE ARTIFICIAL MAN: A SEMI-SCIENTIFIC STORY (1884) – Written by an unknown figure under the pseudonym Don Quichotte.  This short story from the August 16th issue of The Argonaut is an early example of trans-humanism. The title figure, bearing a … Continue reading

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