Well, at least our very cool ads in Pulpfest 2014's program book: celebrating Larry Maddock's Agent Of T.E.R.R.A. pulp paperback sf series and Charles Lee Jackson II's series of pulp-wedded-to-B-movie novels, The Amazing Adventures of The Emperor.
Analog described the T.E.R.R.A. series as "lively fun," and writer/director Steve Latshaw (Stan Lee's Lightspeed, Return of the Killer Shrews) says of the Emperor books:
"High adventure riches, mixing every the best of heady
60s spy adventure with the breakneck pace and scale of the great
Republic serials, cool
paperbacks and comics with a wry sense of good humor. And best of all, when I read them, I'm 12
years old again, and the world is new and full of intrigue, and
possibilities. And high adventure. Oh, and the good guys win. As they should."
Click on the ads to check out these cool series at the FuturesPast Editions site.