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OCCULT Detectives Volume 1 Paperback – December 3, 2014
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AUTHORS: Joel Jenkins, Josh Reynolds, Jim Beard, Ron Fortier
I’m always happy to receive any package that includes a tome by pulpster Joel Jenkins. Or, in this case, by Jenkins and Co.
Company being those other fine fellows whose names you see listed right up yonder.
These are all folks who know their way around pulp fiction. That covers a lot of territory. It’s a broad, multi-genre umbrella encompassing crime, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, adventure, espionage and all sorts of other goodies.
The stories here, though brought together under the banner of the titular OCCULT DETECTIVES, have diversity among them. Lone Crow, for example, is Joel Jenkins’ stereotype-bending Indian hero of the Old West who could duel dark deities as well as he can shoot – which is real, real good, don’t you know. Josh Reynolds’ St. Cyprian is nothing less than a royal occultist, out solving mysteries and battling supernatural bad guys all over the place. Sgt. Janus from Jim Beard finds himself squaring off with a cult and having dangerous traffick with the spirit world. Then there’s the awesomely titled “Stepson of Mystery” franchise by Ron Fortier, represented here as the final fictional foray of this slim but catchy volume of new pulp from a few of the indie publishing world’s pulp lords.
The physical volumes themselves are attractive, with the kind of allure these nifty retro-style mini-pulp odysseys deserve.
You never know what you’re going to encounter with this lot. Jenkins and his fellow writers are always busy crafting occult adventures, as well as other goodies, for those of us who are initiates in the world of pulp and enlightened as to the fact that pulp is back under the New Pulp banner, and elsewhere.
Really, though, it never left.
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