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Beauchamp Spaces Out
Davey Beauchamp, Author of "Davey Beauchamp's Amazing Pulp Adventures" has been involved in discussions with Scaldcrow Games about an upcoming series of Sci-Fi/Pulp Stories. The books feature the heroic escapades of athlete, John Hawk.
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| Scaldcrow Games at Mace 2013|
T. Glenn Bane, Theresa Bane, Davey Beauchamp, Drew Meyer, were at Mace 2013, where they talked about writing and ran games in the Worlds of Pulp, Davey Beauchamp's Amazing Pulp Adventures. There was incredible fun had by all. There were meetings with several Kickstarter Backers who had helped support this program: Jay Hammer, Robert H. Hudson, Jr., Ryan Harding, Ron McClung, Jason Morris, and Greg Resnik.
Photo was early in the Con, taken by Drew Meyer. Starting at the GM (black coat) and moving Clockwise, Lisa Grigni, John Grigni, Brandon Chandler, Dwayne Leonard. Thanks guys, we had a blast.
This Month in Pulp
|Kirk Mashburn’s “Placide’s Wife” featuring Nita Duboin, a young women from a street fair, taken in by a local Cajun. He treats her terribly, and so the femme fatale curses him and reveals herself as a loup-garou and a vampire.|
| December 1931||The first strip of “Connie,” a series about the clever, wily, witty, independent adventurer, Constance Kurridge. This title was created by Frank Godwin for the Ledger Syndicate, spanning over 17 years of exciting adventures.|
|Frank Frazetta produces his first comic book work by inking the eight page comic, “Snowman,” in the one-shot Tally-Ho Comics.|