ComicMix (www.comicmix.com) , one of the leading Internet sites for news and opinion about popular culture, today announced that it is expanding its reach with the addition of All Pulp, a well known source for Pulp related news.
Mike Gold, Editor-in-Chief of ComicMix, said, "As someone who loves comics, movies and television, I'm a big fan of pulp fiction. All Pulp is keeping alive traditions that gave us The Shadow, The Phantom, and Indiana Jones. It's a great place for our readers to discover fantastic new entertainment."
All Pulp Founder and Editor in Chief Tommy Hancock said, "This is a great next step for All Pulp. Being a part of ComicMix means that Pulp, both Classic and New, will be exposed to a much larger audience and that's all we've ever wanted to do. Share the work that has been done and that is being done in the Pulp style. And the fit is a good one, with Pulp Fiction being so integral into the development of so many ways to tell stories, especially comic books. All Pulp belongs at ComicMix."
All Pulp is a leading source to the Who, What, When, Where, and How of the Modern Pulp Revival. Interest in Classic Pulps, discussions of then versus now, news and information concerning Pulp Fiction from its early 20th Century Origins through its heyday to the modern revitalization of the style, All Pulp is the go to source for releases, interviews, reviews, and more.
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FROM TOMMY HANCOCK, EDITOR IN CHIEF OF ALL PULP-
A few months ago, All Pulp came to an interesting precipice. I had to make a decision to either leave All Pulp and essentially end the site or to pass on the duties I have here to someone else. What actually happened was something different. Mike Gold and Glenn Haumann of ComicMix reached out and wanted to bring All Pulp into the ComicMix family. Many wonderful things were said about All Pulp, our staff, and what we have done to bring Classic and New Pulp news and more to the attention of readers today. Although it has taken some time, that process has finally happened.
As of October 1st, 2013, All Pulp staffers will begin posting at www.comicmix.com just as regularly, if not more as we always have. There are already past articles there as a transfer of the content here moved our stuff there. New articles will begin appearing on the First of October and for the most part, our content will remain the same. Some recurring things, such as newsletters for some companies and other material, will not be continued due to technical issues concerning how they were submitted usually as well as the style guide we'll be following at the new site.
Although I am not EIC, I will still be involved, primarily as a contributor and as the All Pulp representative so to speak between the two groups.
I can't even put into words how much the support and encouragement every single reader of this site has provided to myself and those who have contributed. Please continue to follow Pulp news and the people in it with All Pulp at www.comicmix.com. Thank You.