Just know that the Big Book of Pulps contains all of the material from
Pulp Fiction the Villains and Pulp Fiction the Crime Fighters, so if
you're gonna get it, don't bother with those.
On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 9:08 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am looking into buying the Black Lizard Big Book of Pulps.
> How good are:
> Pulp Fictions Hardboiled Stories edited by Peter Haining
> Pulp Fiction: The Villains edited by Harlan Ellison and Otto Penzler
> Pulp Fiction: The Crime Fighters edited by Otto Penzler and Harlan Coben
> Arbor House Treasury of Detective and Mystery Stories from the Great Pulps edited by Bill Pronzini
> American Pulp edited by Edward Gorman, Bill Pronzini, and Martin Harry Greenberg
> Pure Pulp edited by Edward Gorman, Bill Pronzini, and Martin Harry Greenberg
> Pulp Masters edited by Ed Gorman and Martin Harry Greenberg
> The Mammoth Book of Pulp Action edited by Maxim Jakubowski
> The Mammoth Book of Pulp Fiction edited by Maxim Jakubowski
> I am also looking into (OT) - Weird Tales pulp anthologies.
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