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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast EP06 - The Epic Conan of Cimmeria Episode!

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 06
Conan of Cimmeria aka The Epic Conan Episode

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In this episode the Grind Pulp Podcast team discuss three Conan stories and three Conan movies. Things start slow but soon escalate as we get deeper into the stories and dive headlong into the Conan films. The Howard stories have become public domain and are available for free. This episode includes a special appearance of a Warlock and is the most epic Conan podcast ever!

1. “The People of the Black Circle” (1934) by Robert E. Howard
2. “Legions of the Dead” (1978) by Lin Carter and Sprague de Camp
3. “The Tower of the Elephant” (1933) by Robert E. Howard

1. “Conan the Barbarian” (1982) – directed by John Milus. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones, and Max Von Sydow.
2. “Conan the Destroyer” (1984) – directed by Richard Fleischer. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Grace Jones, and Wilt Chamberlain.
3. “Conan the Barbarian” (2011) – directed by Marcus Nispel. Starring Jason Momoa, Ron Pearlman, and Rose McGowan

This Epic Conan Episode clocks in at an hour-and-a-half, and we didn’t even scratch the surface. That adventure will be up to you.

Also read these great Conan stories from Robert E. Howard:

Queen of the Black Coast

The God in the Bowl

Red Nails

And many more!

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Santo Diablo vs. The Albino Alligator - Available NOW

Santo Diablo's first adventure is finally available! Written by Grind Pulp Podcast co-host, Andrew Crevier, this story blends horror, fantasy, and humor into a fast-paced urban adventure. Get it now for your Kindle or Kindle app. Keep an eye out for Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 06 - Conan of Cimmeria. We'll be recording next week and releasing it shortly thereafter. Do the Conan films stand up to Robert E. Howard's seminal creation?