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Blood 'n' Thunder #11 Summer 2005
by Ed Hulse

BLOOD ‘N’ THUNDER #11 (Summer 2005) presents a variety of articles and features related to science fiction and its early years. Jules Verne’s Mysterious Island and his other "Robinsonades" are examined in a lengthy, insightful essay by Brian Taves, co-author of The Jules Verne Encyclopedia.

Blood 'n' Thunder #12-13 Fall Winter 2006
by Ed Hulse

The long-awaited double issue of Blood ‘n’ Thunder (12/13) is finally here, and we believe you’ll find it well worth the wait! Ed Hulse and team has crammed into 64 pages some 40,000 words of copy—enough for a short novel. And they’ve made room for nearly five dozen reproductions of pulp covers, black-and-white illustrations, and photographs.

Blood 'n' Thunder #15 Summer 2006
by Ed Hulse

Ed Hulse' fanzine Blood 'n' Thunder is back with the Summer 2006 edition. Featuring articles about the Spider, Talbot Mundy, Cliffhanger Serials and more.

Blood 'n' Thunder #16 Fall 2006
by Ed Hulse

Ed Hulse' fanzine Blood 'n' Thunder is back with the Fall 2006 edition. Featuring:

Focusing on Hard-Boiled Dicks & Dames, this issue includes Cap Shaw and his Black Mask Boys, Britain's boom in crime paperbacks, Norbert Davis' most curious fan, the "Senor Lobo" stories of Earle Stanley Gardner, and rembering "Redsie" Culver, Girl Detective.