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Classic Pulp Characters: Weird and Gritty

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These are some of the great characters from Ace Periodicals, Fawcett Comics, Fox Features, and others. These characters were carefully selected from classic characters, these goodies (and baddies) from Pulp and the Golden-Age have been carefully researched and painstakingly described for your RPG campaign.


Bring these heroes and villains to Rotwang City and Davey Beauchamp's Amazing Pulp Adventures. Pit your characters against these classic champions of heroic fictions, or find new allies from among the best!

  • Bulldog Denny-on an unending quest to bring down Frankenstein's Monster
  • Count Orlok, The Bird of Doom-eternally thirsting for blood
  • Croco-Man-created by Doctor Frankenstein to destroy his other monster
  • Doctor Nemesis-Who fights crime when he's not saving lives
  • Doctor Death-Whose mind is cursed with maggots of madness
  • Moon Man-robbing from criminals to give back to the people
  • Moths-Strange minions, held aloft by radio controlled flight suits
  • Raven-Facing crime as a vigilante at night, while staying a step ahead of the law
  • Secret Agent X-A man of a thousand faces working to bring down national threats
  • Spider, Master of Men-on a two-gunned crusade against crime
  • Zarro, the Zombie Master-Whose yearns for power through his dark arts
  • Zigomar-Perhaps the greatest hooded villain of them all
  • And many more.

Give your Worlds of Pulp campaign an added dose of danger with these weird and gritty characters from the Worlds of Pulp!

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December 10, 2013
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