Saturday, September 28, 2013



All Pulp Gets Into the Mix

ComicMix- , one of the leading Internet sites for news and opinion about popular culture, today announced that it is expanding its reach with the addition of All Pulp, a well known source for Pulp related news.

Mike Gold, Editor-in-Chief of ComicMix, said, "As someone who loves comics, movies and television, I'm a big fan of pulp fiction. All Pulp is keeping alive traditions that gave us The Shadow, The Phantom, and Indiana Jones. It's a great place for our readers to discover fantastic new entertainment."

All Pulp Founder and Editor in Chief Tommy Hancock said, "This is a great next step for All Pulp. Being a part of ComicMix means that Pulp, both Classic and New, will be exposed to a much larger audience and that's all we've ever wanted to do. Share the work that has been done and that is being done in the Pulp style. And the fit is a good one, with Pulp Fiction being so integral into the development of so many ways to tell stories, especially comic books. All Pulp belongs at ComicMix."

All Pulp is a leading source to the Who, What, When, Where, and How of the Modern Pulp Revival. Interest in Classic Pulps, discussions of then versus now, news and information concerning Pulp Fiction from its early 20th Century Origins through its heyday to the modern revitalization of the style, All Pulp is the go to source for releases, interviews, reviews, and more.

ComicMix is the site for readers who enjoy all types of popular culture, from comic books, television and movies to video games and more. Every day, hundreds of thousands of visitors find news, facts, reviews, commentary, columns and a community environment that traces across the globe, across decades and into the future.
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For more information, contact
Martha Thomases
Vice-President, Communications and Marketing


From Bobby Nash: All Pulp Contributor:

I have been a proud member of the All Pulp family, not to mention one of the Spectacled Seven that got this thing started) since the site began way back when. I have had a lot of fun working with the All Pulp gang and have made some new friends and discovered many new books to read and movies to watch. All Pulp joining Comicmix will open the site up to a wider audience and I'm excited to see where things go from here.

That said, however, I will not be moving on with All Pulp. With my writing schedule packed full and deadlines looming, I felt that this would be a good time for me to take a step back and focus my efforts on writing, as I'm sure my publishers will appreciate. Who can say what the future will bring, but I plan to stop by the new All Pulp site regularly to check up on the latest pulp news.

I'll see you there.


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