What’s new – June 2024


Hello friends!

Summer is now upon us: among the thousand happy aspects of the upcoming season we believe we can add the enjoyment of the hundreds and hundreds of vintage magazines, comics, films, audiobooks and audio comics that our site offers for free and in the best form.
These are the news on Pulpmagazines.org:


Four issues of FATE (June 1953, July 1953, January 1954, November 1954) now enrich our collection, adding to the previous 7 for a total of eleven issues (for now).


FATE - June 1953
FATE, issue of June 1953.


For this coming month we intend to further enrich our collection of WEIRD TALES, of which we currently have 46 issues.


WEIRD TALES - November 1937
WEIRD TALES, issue of November 1937.



Similarly to the SCIENCE FICTION AUDIOBOOKS we have added the new HORROR AUDIOBOOKS section, which now includes, in addition to the other 11 audio horror stories on our site, the following audiobooks:

“The Haunted House” by Charles Dickens, 1859
“The Inn of the Two Witches” by Joseph Conrad, 1913
“Number 13” by M.R. James, 1899
“The Tunnel” by John Metcalfe, 1925
“The Gray Killer” by Everil Worrell, 1929
“The Werewolf of Ponkert” by H. Warner Munn, 1925
“The Shadow of a Nightmare” by Donald Wandrei, 1929
“The Ghoul Gallery” by Hugh B. Cave, 1932
“The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling, 1890, and
“The Damp Man” by Allison V. Harding, 1947.




This month will see the addition of several classic horror films from the 1930s and 1940s, all in restored editions and, as usual on our site, free of commercial breaks.





The MARY MARVEL comic is finally part of our collection. The restoration was particularly challenging, but now we can say that we can offer in readable form our first five issues of the great classic, released between December 1945 and September 1946.


That’s all for now!


See you next month on





Davide Dana.




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