PULP IS DEAD... Or so we're told. Those dusty, cheaply printed paperbacks you knew and loved of old have lost their relevance. People don't want fast-paced adventure! They want dreary ten-volume collections of thousand-page tomes recounting the lives of the introspective and self-doubting. And yet a quick glance at the shelves today shows the spirit of action and heroism is alive and well in the modern imagination. Abaddon presents three of their best stories of derring-do, relentless violence and sheer pluck. In Simon Spurrier's The Culled, a special ops soldier murders his way across a post-apocalyptic continent to find the one he loves. In Al Ewing's El Sombra, a maddened poet, left for dead in the desert, returns as a laughing angel of vengeance to destroy the Ultimate Reich. And in Pat Kelleher's Black Hand Gang, a qpal's batallionq of WWI Tommies is plucked from the Somme and dropped in a world of ghastly aliens and sudden death.This wonderful creation will solve a certain masked problem that afflicts us both; disrupting work, stealing valuable supplies, committing murder with ... Heil Hitler!aquot; It was barked like a drill sergeant. Master Plus shuddered and snapped back a salute, almost crying. ... That furnace in its chest needs feeding, and often. Luckily anbsp;...
|Title||:||The New Pulp|
|Author||:||Simon Spurrier, Al Ewing|
|Publisher||:||Abaddon Books - 2013-02-03|