Wyatt Holliday’s Pulp Era-Inspired “Heroine Adventure Magazine” Now on Indiegogo

Over the weekend, independent comic book creator Wyatt Holliday launched a crowdfunding campaign for Heroine Adventure Magazine issue 1, “the world’s first-ever pulp heroines magazine.” Weighing in at a thicc 128 pages, Heroine Adventure #1 is a standalone, full-length pulp novel presented in 7×10 format.

The project is already fully funded, so now all Holliday has to worry about is stretch goals and fulfillment.

Created by Holliday (Eternal Armor, Rocket Gal and the Mole Men of Mars), Heroine Adventure is designed as a throwback to the era of classic pulp novels such as Doc Savage and The Shadow.

Here’s the official plot synopsis taken from the Heroine Adventure Magazine Indiegogo campaign page:

AVA ATLAS is the daughter of scientific expatriates. Born with enhanced bone and muscle density, she has trained her entire life to protect the world as a pulp superwoman. When her father’s old colleague vanishes after sending a mysterious telegram, Ava finds that her father faces the same danger from an enigmatic order of faceless figures. Now, Ava must uncover the dark designs of a sinister mastermind shrouded in myth before he can use the world’s most prestigious scientific minds to wrap a clawed hand around the globe.

Backers can get a copy of Heroine Adventure Magazine along with a bonus Inspector Sin novella for $25. For those with more cash to spend, to can also pick up:

  • Multiple copies of the book
  • Double-Sided Bookmark
  • An Adventure Companion
  • Adventure Society Member Card
  • Set of 4 Art Prints
  • Set of 5 Trading Cards
  • Unique Typescript Page
  • Collectors’s Case

It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at $10 for those in the United States.

Intrigued? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Heroine Adventure Magazine Indiegogo campaign page here.

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