2010 Google estimated that there are about 130 million unique books in the world (129,864,880 to be exact). On October 14, 2010 Google announced that the number of scanned books is over 15 million. Most scanned works are no longer in print or commercially available.The above link takes you to advanced search. I prefer to immediately select "Full view only" and select whatever language I am working with at the moment. The "Full view only" option makes sure that only books that can be completely downloaded and read for free are shown.
Pulp digest style short stories.
A fantastic site packed full of public domain comics. A sample includes;
Amazing Adventures, Buster Crabbe, Amazing Stries, Atom Age Combat, Commander Battle and the Atomic Sub, Lars of Mars, Lost Worlds, and lots more! Why are you still reading? Get going!
An archive of all-fiction pulpwood magazines from 1896-1946. The magazines can be downloaded as PDFs or read online as a FlipBook.
This site is AMAZING!
List of magazines available and there are some great ones! Some highlights include;
Ares Magazine, Blender Art Magazine, Crazy Magazine, Galaxy Magazine, Games(tm) Magazine, Heavy Metal Magazine, Interesting Times Magazine, Meccano Magazine, National Locksmith, OMNI Magazine, Red Dwarf Smegazine, Scientific American (1845-1909), Sinkadus Role Playing Magazine, Starlog Magazine, The General Magazine, Space Gamer Magazine (Wargames), The Strand Magazine.
Create your own pulp covers! The customizable pulp magazine cover generator for custom web graphic memes, posters, fliers, coffee mugs, and sundry merchandise.
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