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Pulp Metal Magazine



Grab yourself a drink and relax with Jason Michel's brand new offering, Pulp Metal Magazine.

"A heady smorgasbord of odd fiction, cult celluloid, unreal doodling, lowbrow waffle & heavy, heavy music."

Themes:
Horror, Sci-Fi, Slipstream, Noir, Weird Fiction, Future War, Psychogeography, Dreams, Nightmares, American Gothic, Magick, Mythology, Dystopia, Post-Apocalypse, Bizarro
, Urban Legends, Cautionary Tales

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  1. What a rum bunch they are over there!

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  2. Just another rummy in the punch, uh I mean bunch.

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  3. Congratulations!

    I an traveling with only occasional Internet access. I feel like being back in the Dark Ages.

    I'll check it out more closer when I am home.

    Warmest regards this holiday season,
    Egmont

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  4. Amazing, Amazing photography at Pulp Metal. I've been a fan of yours for awhile. Just in awe of your work. So happy to find a website for you!

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