I remember when I would walk into a library as a youngster and be amazed by the variety available. I would go from section to section, just to see what was there. The site archive.org brings that feeling back. I’ve enjoyed that site for years. But now, they have done it again.
I was shocked, stunned, completely gobsmacked! The Internet Archive has added some INCREDIBLE new content. They’ve added online arcade games, comic collections, manga collections, cookbooks, and a favorite of mine, a pulp magazine section.
Internet Arcade (903 items)
Console Living Room
WWII Archive (3,429 items)
WWII books, broadcasts, radio, training films, etc.
A few THOUSAND comics:
Ace Comics Collection
Atari Force Comics
Captain Marvel Adventures
Comics Collections Page
Includes; Forbidden Worlds (100), Gunsmoke (25), Jo Jo Congo King (3), and Sad Sack (11).
Dotty (Ace Comics) Collection
Fawcett Comics: America’s Greatest Comics
Mostly horror genre. You MUST check out Skywald Comics: Scream Issue 01 (1973) click here to view it. It has VERY nice black and white artwork. Even if you don’t care for horror, this is some BEAUTIFUL artwork! You can view the entire collection, including horror, monsters, cowboys, etc. at
Tandy Whiz Kids Comics
Older computer geeks might like to visit this one.
The Manga Library
Fantastic! You MUST browse this collection!
Pulp mag archive (1,452 items)
Sci-Fi and Fantasy Collection (300 items)
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