Sunday, September 02, 2007

The First Issue of Astonishing Adventures Is Finally Here!

I have seen the future and it is a fine revival of the past, Astonishing Adventures Magazine is finally here. Katherine Tomlinson, Tim Gallagher and John Don Carlucci have created an online pulp magazine.

Click on the words of John Don Carlucci and the text will take you to the site...

It’s amazing! It’s stupendous! It’s ASTONISHING!

ASTONISHING ADVENTURES MAGAZINE, the greatest place for new tales in the old pulp fashion, has finally arrived!

Marvel at the tale of the man who married a Yeti! Thrill to the exploits of the mysterious Red Panda! Gasp in amazement as dinosaurs attack Manhattan! Be astounded as Tokyo is reduced to rubble (yet again)!

All this and more, including interviews with award-winning writer Joe Lansdale, legendary comics artist Michael Wm. Kaluta, and painter extraordinaire Doug Klauba!

Did we mention the monkeys? Yes, there are monkeys! More monkeys than you can shake a banana at!

Brace yourself for tales that are ASTONISHING! Prepare yourself for ADVENTURES! All conveniently located in one pulp MAGAZINE!


And best of all, the first issue is free!

Editor JDC

Thank you John! Psst, not to mention there is a story in there, written by yours truly.



Blogger BeckEye said...

That's some serious exclamation point abuse there.

Mon Sep 03, 07:53:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Writeprocrastinator said...


But will we go blind from it?

Seriously, Katherine, Tim and John have put together a fantastic issue that rivals print magazines and you don't have deal with ads. It's a beautiful thing, full of pulp magazine goodness and the JDC has a right to get excited!!!

Go on over, check it out and you too, will be astonished!

Mon Sep 03, 08:11:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Writeprocrastinator said...


Did I mention that I'm in the thing, too?

Mon Sep 03, 08:12:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Beth said...

Dammit. Stupid corporate firewall has blocked me from Astonishing Adventures! IT bastards.

Tue Sep 04, 04:25:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Coaster Punchman said...

Good story dude! But needs more skin! And midgets, need some midgets too!

Tue Sep 04, 08:09:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Writeprocrastinator said...


Fire walls know no culture.


"Midgets?" Okay, David Lynch. I'm glad you dug it, though I couldn't go with too much skin if it were to stay within the parameters of a traditional pulp. Just the title alone could've got you in trouble with the Post Office and the Feds back then.

Tue Sep 04, 08:48:00 PM PDT  

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