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Artist Dave Dorman and author Mike Bawden bring you stories of action and adventure that re-define pulp magazines for the 21st Century! - We're long-time fans of comics, science fiction, fantasy and role playing games - but we both have a particular affinity for the early 1900s pulp novels and magazines. As we've worked on re-developing Dave's long-time passion project (The Wasted Lands) over the last five year, an idea struck: Why put all the responsibility for creating art-intensive graphic novels on Dave? As grand as these sequential art projects are (just look at Dave's RAIL), they take ...

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Artist Dave Dorman and author Mike Bawden bring you stories of action and adventure that re-define pulp magazines for the 21st Century! - We're long-time fans of comics, science fiction, fantasy and role playing games - but we both have a particular affinity for the early 1900s pulp novels and magazines. As we've worked on re-developing Dave's long-time passion project (The Wasted Lands) over the last five year, an idea struck: Why put all the responsibility for creating art-intensive graphic novels on Dave? As grand as these sequential art projects are (just look at Dave's RAIL), they take time and lots of money to produce - and that means we have to choose a few stories among many, leaving much of the story of The Wasted Lands untold.So why not find another way to tell the REST of the stories we've created? And what is the best way to tell the action-packed, adrenaline-pumping stories? In pulp magazines.?
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