In 1950, NBC began broadcasting Nightbeat, considered one of the finest shows of its time. The show featured Randy Stone, a reporter who covered the night beat for the Chicago Star with a unique blend of wit, compassion, and toughness. From murder to mystery, gunplay to climactic chases, from heartache to hardboiled, every night brought a new story to Randy Stone. Radio Archives invites you to listen to six brand-new Nightbeat stories set on the streets of Randy Stone's Chicago.
She appears, an enigma, a guardian angel in a mask and fedora, her past shrouded in mystery. Where did she come from? What secrets in her past drove her to become a crusader for justice? Who is The Pulptress? The Pulptress, the masked woman of mystery, makes her debut on the new pulp scene in a collection of stories sure to thrill and amaze you.
"Great New Pulp Hero"
Saddle up for adventure and get ready for three brand new rousing action tales of the wild and wooly west featuring the Masked Rider, Virgil Earp, and Wild Bill Hickock. Outlaws, rustlers, gamblers, and pioneers, they're all here with a striking cover by Rob Davis and Shane Evans. Here is six gun action at its pulp finest!
A world where heroes and villains existed since the day the market crashed and the world almost collapsed. Common people granted great powers and awesome responsibility. A world where one of them knew all the secrets, good and bad, and put them down in a book. A world where that man and that manuscript disappeared. Until now.
Evildoers beware! Crimefighters rejoice! Mystery buffs, hold on to your seat! Masked Gun Mystery 1 from Pro Se Productions, brings you pulp goodness with guns, clues, murders, and mayhem!
In the middle of the South Seas is the island of Motugra, so named by the natives. It has the only deep water port in this island chain. On Motugra you'll find The Hanging Monkey, an inn and bar owned and operated by Irish ex-patriot Corky O'Brien. Here gather some of the most colorful rogues, scalawags, and pirates ever to ply the trade routes of the Pacific during the late 1930s.
Every city has one. That place, neighborhood, or borough where the forgotten live, where the once great land when they fall, where the tarnished and corrupt shine, and where justice and fairness caught the last train out of town. Welcome to the Ninth Circle. The 9th Precinct is known as "The Ninth Circle" or "The Dante Precinct". This part of town is where all the losers end up. If you work for a company or the city government, and they want to get rid of you, they put you in their office or working over on Last Chance Lane.
Like your action over the top? Ready for adventure nonstop and explosive? Then pick up Pro Se Productions' Peculiar Adventures! Harkening back to the style of the old hero pulps with a modern twist!