Last Updated: February 9, 2014
An extensive index of magazines, including Pulps and others, that can keep a researcher busy for days...
The Game Crafter
These people will help you produce the parts and print the cards or whatever it takes to make your home-brewed game into a published, transactable reality...We haven't tried them out just yet, but they really seem to know what they are doing!
Purveyors of fine game-oriented hex-paper that comes on a roll, and in other formats as well. Interesting niche-oriented hobby supporting business.
An online discussion list devoted to the literature produced between 1800-1919, with an especial emphasis on adventures and weird stuff. Yay!
An excellent Steampunk, Dieselpunk,and related resource site.
A site devoted to forensic archaeology. Interesting stuff.
Magical thinking right out of the Renaissance, only with a modern twist.
Adventure, Romance and Mad Science by Kaja & Phil Foglio. Truly awesome stuff.
The Godzilla Saga
An incredible treasure trove of information and ideas pertaining to Godzilla that bleeds over into the Wold Newton Universe. You might also be interested in our interview with Chris Nigro who builds and maintains The Godzilla Saga site: Go Go Godzilla
An incredibly useful research tool that should only get better as everything 'real,' and 'worthwhile' gets assimilated into the web and all knowledge that matters is online or else, by definition, it just won't matter...or so some people seem to think. We liked books before Google, we still like books, real books, after Google. You can pry that last copy of Encyclopedia Cthulhiana from our cold, (un)dead fingers...
Yep. Government-published Comics. The University of Nebraska at Lincoln maintains a huge collection of these odd-ball treasures, some of which are truly inspiring...
The Gregory Pendennis Library of Black Sorcery (Horror Pulp)
A great blog dedicated to the horror/occult pulps. Fun stuff!