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Sunday, 13 April 2003
Pulp Figures and Rugged Adventures!
For those looking for a change from the usual miniature vignettes of WWII, Fantasy and Medieval then you have got to check out sculptor Bob Murch's "Pulp Figures!"

According to Bob: Pulp Figures and Rugged Adventures are primarily designed for a fictionalized historical setting we call the 'Pulp Era'. The pulps were entertainment magazines of the early 20th century and reached their peak of popularity in the period between the first and second world wars. The pulp magazine venue introduced tough guy detective stories with famed characters like Sam Spade and Philip Marlow, occult action/adventure stories from authors such as Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan or Sax Rohmer of Dr. Fu Manchu fame. They also introduced the jungle fantasy adventures of Tarzan of the Apes. Within the pages of the pulps you might join an expedition into distant lands in search of a lost city. You might sail an airship through a polar gateway to a pre-historic world at the center of the earth. It was an action packed world of brave heroes standing alone against sinister villains plotting world conquest, tough dames, spies and even the occasional brilliant scientist with a newly invented rocket ship. It was a brightly coloured world of action packed, spine tingling adventure.

In addition to the miniatures you can also download a free copy of the draft rules for his miniature game, "Rugged Adventures".

Posted by deanoware at 12:51 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 31 May 2003 5:33 PM EDT
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Sunday, 13 April 2003 - 1:09 PM EDT

Name: Deano Ware
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It was loading too slow for the front page but here is an image of his great looking "USA Rocket Corps!" figures!

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