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Title: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Elk101 on October 30, 2013, 08:36:00 PM
Hopefully this isn't premature but this is great news for European Pulp Alley fans, we will be able to buy hard copies and the card deck from the UK:

http://www.khorosho-productions.blogspot.co.uk
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on October 30, 2013, 08:47:47 PM
Yup, I should have the pre-order up in a few days. I'm just waiting on the castings for my next release then I'll get it all up.  :)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Elk101 on October 30, 2013, 08:52:57 PM
Sorry if you were intending on announcing this yourself Andrew, I was very keen to share the news with fellow Pulp Alleyers! Great news  :)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on October 30, 2013, 09:11:18 PM
No probs, all news is good news! I'd already announced it on the blog and facebook anyway and I'll be posting on all the news sites when the pre-order goes live.
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Elk101 on October 30, 2013, 09:21:21 PM
Cool, I'll be watching out for it!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Diplomatist on October 30, 2013, 09:38:06 PM
Will this include the forthcoming supplements?
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Johnny Aces on October 30, 2013, 09:47:31 PM
I hope so. I think those on the opposite side of the pond will like what I'm doing with Vice Alley...
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on October 30, 2013, 10:11:39 PM
I'd imagine we'll stock future supplements. :)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Earther on October 30, 2013, 10:43:56 PM
Oooo. Very timely news! I was thinking about picking this up. I shall wait a little while and get it from you Andrew. 8)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on October 31, 2013, 03:47:05 AM
Yeah, Pulp in the UK!   :D
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Mad Lord Snapcase on October 31, 2013, 11:15:23 AM
Pulp Alley in the UK, indeed, great news!  :-*
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Archie on October 31, 2013, 12:22:13 PM
This is very positive as someone who is getting more and more interested in going down this gaming route ...
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on October 31, 2013, 09:58:32 PM
It looks like Andrew will be ready to start taking pre-orders very soon.

More to come........
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Wolf Girl on November 01, 2013, 05:28:34 AM
Me and Dad are thrilled that our game will be easy and cheaper to get in the UK. Maybe I will have to fly to England and run some Pulp Alley demo games? What do you think?  :-*

Plus I've had my eye on some of the Statuesque minis for awhile. I think Andrew's Resistance ladies would be a really cool league for a Pulp Alley Post Apocalypse setting.
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Mad Lord Snapcase on November 01, 2013, 06:45:16 AM
Yes, definitely, go for a Pulp Alley UK tour!  A really cool idea! 8)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: GladioHumanitas on November 03, 2013, 07:08:38 PM
Well, there goes the only reason I haven't gotten around to buying this.  :D
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on November 03, 2013, 09:04:34 PM
Well, there goes the only reason I haven't gotten around to buying this.  :D

Great, Gladio!  :D

And there's more to come...
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Johnny Aces on November 04, 2013, 01:42:44 AM
I think between the two of us and the rest of the menagerie working on Pulp Alley stuff, there will be stuff coming for years. Not to mention all your Top Secret Plans....
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on November 13, 2013, 08:00:55 PM
We're up and running, folks! http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513058/1/pulp-alley.html (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513058/1/pulp-alley.html)

(http://i568.photobucket.com/albums/ss125/Khorosho-Productions/Pulpalleycombo_zps6e85197f.jpg)

The Pulp Alley Rulebook (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/p/8734141/pulp-alley-rulebook.html) is priced at 11.50.

Perilous Island (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/p/8734143/perilous-island---a-pulp-alley-expansion.html) is 12.50.

The Pulp Alley Fortune Deck (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/p/8734144/pulp-alley-fortune-deck.html) is 10.

Until 2nd December, or while stocks last, you can pick up ALL THREE in the Pulp Alley Deal (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/p/8736782/pulp-alley-deal.html) for the special price of 30.

Please note, due to postal costs, there is a small surcharge for customers outside the UK. Please remember to select the appropriate check on the product page or your order may be delayed.

We've got limited stock (what could fit in a big box! :D) so don't delay and pick up your copies today!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Elk101 on November 13, 2013, 08:47:51 PM
Excellent! I can finally get some cards, though the deal looks good too as I've only got the PDFs.
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: fairoaks024 on November 13, 2013, 11:13:48 PM
Order placed!

Regards

Jim
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on November 14, 2013, 09:07:34 AM
Order placed!



YAY! Thanks for the support, Jim. Pulp Europe!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Malebolgia on November 14, 2013, 11:03:44 AM
Order placed 8)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on November 14, 2013, 11:28:57 AM
Thanks, guys. Sales are going well, which is great to see.  :)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Tazdechartres on November 14, 2013, 01:56:50 PM
order placed  :)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: BlackSmoke on November 14, 2013, 02:23:54 PM
Order placed, also! I already have the PDFs, but I love having actual books!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Wolf Girl on November 14, 2013, 11:06:42 PM
Thank you all for the support. I'm glad to see there will be so many Pulp Alley players when I come to visit the UK :D
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: General M@yhem on November 14, 2013, 11:34:23 PM
Ordered a deck of cards. Was tempted by the books but just bought the PDFs and printed them out.
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on November 15, 2013, 03:38:42 PM
I took 3 bags of orders to the Post Office today. An ever increasing queue of pensioners muttered away behind me and I raised the future share price of Royal Mail PLC single-handed, and now copies of Pulp Alley will be winging their way to customers in the UK, Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy and Hungary.

The master plan is underway!  :D
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on November 16, 2013, 06:58:25 AM

Great news, Andrew. We're glad to see things are off to a good start for you.  :D



HAVE FUN
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: fairoaks024 on November 16, 2013, 11:52:13 PM
And my bundle arrived today! Many thanks for fast service
Andrew.

Had a flick through everything and will give them a proper
read through tomorrow.

Now to get loads of my bob lurch pulp figures painted

Regards

Jim
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Wolf Girl on November 18, 2013, 03:17:14 AM
I'm glad you got your package quickly. Have fun reading the rules and painting miniatures. :D Let us know if you have any questions or suggestions.
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Tazdechartres on November 22, 2013, 05:47:09 PM
Order  arrived today!
Now, reading and painting time :-)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Elk101 on November 22, 2013, 06:10:14 PM
Any idea when you might get a restock of the cards? They ran out fast!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on November 23, 2013, 07:58:23 AM
Unfortunately it's looking like it may take about a month to get Andrew restocked.

We were hoping to get the second shipment sent sooner, but it's not looking like that's going to happen now.


I'll keep you updated if anything changes or once we get a date confirmed.



THANKS for your suport!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Elk101 on November 23, 2013, 08:04:31 AM
Noooooooooooooooooo!

It's a good indicator of their popularity though  :)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on January 07, 2014, 01:12:43 PM
A big box has arrived from across the Atlantic and all the Pulp Alley products have now been restocked. I know a few people have been waiting on the Fortune Deck so now is your chance. I don't imagine we'll sell out quite as quickly as before but best be sure and make an order now!  :D

http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513058/1/pulp-alley.html (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513058/1/pulp-alley.html)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Ballardian on January 07, 2014, 02:22:39 PM
Ordered today, (along with a couple of minis & bits) really looking forward to their arrival!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on January 07, 2014, 09:09:32 PM
A big box has arrived from across the Atlantic and all the Pulp Alley products have now been restocked.

http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513058/1/pulp-alley.html (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513058/1/pulp-alley.html)


YAY! That's great news!  :D
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on January 07, 2014, 10:00:22 PM
And it's selling very nicely too! Thanks for the orders, folks. :)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Ballardian on January 08, 2014, 01:48:11 PM
Looking forward to getting my first games in, but for newbies like me have you considered producing a gameplay video on Youtube (have checked & none currently exist)?
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Mad Lord Snapcase on January 09, 2014, 03:16:02 PM
Looking forward to getting my first games in, but for newbies like me have you considered producing a gameplay video on Youtube (have checked & none currently exist)?

Now there's an idea! Dave and Mila on YouTube?  :-*
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on January 09, 2014, 06:25:43 PM
Looking forward to getting my first games in, but for newbies like me have you considered producing a gameplay video on Youtube (have checked & none currently exist)?



Yes, indeed. We've discussed this before and it is currently somewhere on our ever growing list of Good-Ideas.

Unfortunately, Mila has forbidden the purchase of a video camera after what I did to our last toaster. In my defense, it is important to point out that my actions were fully justified and since then I have not attacked any other toasters.



THANKS
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Mad Lord Snapcase on January 09, 2014, 07:03:26 PM
Were you making Cylon toast? And then the Cylons attacked?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPjqkask8cg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPjqkask8cg)
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Wolf Girl on January 11, 2014, 12:27:53 AM

Unfortunately, Mila has forbidden the purchase of a video camera after what I did to our last toaster. In my defense, it is important to point out that my actions were fully justified and since then I have not attacked any other toasters.


We still need a new toaster. You're not allowed to pull apart any more working electronics for terrain.
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: McMordain on January 11, 2014, 12:43:11 AM
We still need a new toaster. You're not allowed to pull apart any more working electronics for terrain.

 :o lol
Title: Toaster Translation
Post by: Valerik on January 11, 2014, 02:29:54 PM
We still need a new toaster. You're not allowed to pull apart any more working electronics for terrain.

Thus conclusively proving Toaster Valhalla  =  Pulp Alley Terrain

Mila has forbidden the purchase of a video camera after what I did to our last toaster. In my defense, it is important to point out that my actions were fully justified and since then I have not attacked any other toasters.

That would seem to derive from lack of targets eh wot?

Have you yet to reach that pinnacle where Toasters Fear You?

Or do they still imagine, given numbers enough, victory looms?

Bent on revenge as they must be are you their only hapless victim?

Dd you even THINK of your family before dragging them into danger?

Have you proved, to The Authorities mind you, that the ominous power of  The Hooded Toaster Cult presents a terrifying public safety concern?

You are I trust aware that toasters are simply scouts probing ahead of hot plates, griddles, Foreman grills, EZ Bake ovens & Waffle Irons.

Dave, Old Boy, methinks you're cooked...
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Mad Lord Snapcase on January 11, 2014, 03:21:55 PM
Quote
The Hooded Toaster Cult
   lol  lol  lol

They may now have to appear in one of my games!
Title: Likely Recruits for HTC
Post by: Valerik on January 15, 2014, 05:51:54 AM
Quote
The Hooded Toaster Cult

They may now have to appear in one of my games!
This ignorant American requires some etiquette edification:

Is it More or LESS proper to address you as:

My Lord
OR
Your Madness?

Does this make the ever popular, and Traditional, contraction "M'Lord" somewhat confusing?  In YOUR case I mean...

Be that as it may, all well and good, so to speak, as it were, might I point out a "local", to you, source of willing, servile to nothing of heavily armed, recruits:

(http://i1087.photobucket.com/albums/j478/themason73/themason73064/Sculpts-BetterPackpicsandBathhouseWIP014_zps29b0ba8c.jpg)

From Mason's interminable M.O.O.S.(E) post on Strange Aeons, long about page 150ish

If I may offer a shameless endorsement, I'm WELL pleased!!

These hardy homespun rascals have just recently landed, evaded customs, Immigration, Homeland Security as well as the FBI and are in the process of infesting my demesne.

We'll soon see how long they last...


Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Mad Lord Snapcase on January 15, 2014, 09:37:58 AM
Quote
This ignorant American requires some etiquette edification:

Is it More or LESS proper to address you as:

My Lord
OR
Your Madness?

Does this make the ever popular, and Traditional, contraction "M'Lord" somewhat confusing?  In YOUR case I mean...

Valerik,
An equal (which I am sure you are!) would address me as Lord Snapcase, a servant would address me as My Lord. The name Snapcase would be the name of the Earldom so the proper title would be the Earl of Snapcase. Close friends would call me by my first name. The 'Mad Lord' is how I am referred to by the inhabitants of Much-Piddling who have the  opportunity to observe my rather eccentric habits and idiosyncracies!
Strangely, there is an AAR due to be posted here very soon, relating to my arrival at Snapcase Hall, the ancestral pile and family seat at Much-Piddling as the 10th Earl, after the unfortunate death of the 9th Earl. See the Devon Times cutting below!

(BTW, I do like your recruits to the Hooded Toaster Cult, I'm wondering whether the officers of this cult might have titles like the Grand-Marmalade and the Butter-Master?)

Title: Have we thoroughly
Post by: Valerik on January 16, 2014, 01:23:59 AM
hijacked this thread?

Or is there more needs doing?

Lord Snapcase, you do me too much honour, Sir!!

Most Americans think of themselves as without equal, brash young nation as we are.

As for myself, I am quite Pierless, but workin' on buildin' some, or othewise acquiring the quay to my wharfish demesne...

I read with interest your snippet of The Devonian Times.
Pray tell where in Devon falls Much Piddling?

Alas it's been near 50 years since my visits to Dean Prior and Widicombe, memories grow dim, but I recall both places with fondness.  Alas the lure of the West Country seduced me, followed by a return to that country in the West...

As far as names go, I'm presently inclined towards Apple Butter Anarchists and Marmalade Minions, no moniker officially assigned.

Give the Snapcase roots, and may I offer my heartfelt best wishes, I know it must be painful for your ancestral family seat to have piles,  I would rather expect a Clotted Cream Cult be lurking in the offing somewhere?

I beg to be allowed to remain, Sir, your trusted comrade,

Valerik
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: joroas on January 16, 2014, 07:13:04 AM
Valerik, you only have to watch the documentary "Hot Fuzz" to see that things haven't changed......  :o
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Mad Lord Snapcase on January 19, 2014, 08:12:12 AM
Quote
Pray tell where in Devon falls Much Piddling?

Valerik, old bean (if I may address you as such?),
I have loosely based Much-Piddling on where I live, i.e. pretty much right in the centre of Devon, a very rural area. Eggesford House, across the valley from us, was owned by the Earls of Portsmouth. The 3rd Earl of Portsmouth who lived there in the 18th century was a lunatic from birth!
There is one interesting legacy from the Earls of Portsmouth. When the railway line (called the Tarka Line now) was built during the 1850s, the railway company had to gain permission from the incumbent Earl to build Eggesford Station on his land. The Earl gave permission dependant on the fact that every train would stop at Eggesford for the convenience of his weekend guests arriving for a bit of huntin', shootin and fishin', don't y'know? Even though the house is privately owned now, every train still stops at Eggesford Station.
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: harleyface on January 24, 2014, 10:37:19 PM
Ordered my copy today :)
Hope its really good or have to curse you all for making me so interested in this game because reading those posts :)
Greatings from Germany
Florian
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Elk101 on January 25, 2014, 08:17:49 AM
Got my cards, thanks. Very nice quality they are too!
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: d phipps on January 25, 2014, 02:44:18 PM
THANKS guys, we really appreciate your support!



HAVE FUN
Title: Re: Pulptastic - European retailer for Pulp Alley
Post by: Andrew Rae on March 10, 2014, 09:23:59 AM
Hi folks,

Just a quick note to say that a restock for the Pulp Alley Rulebook and the Fortune Cards has been dispatched from Pulp Alley in the US. I've added the stock to the shop but be aware any order containing the Rulebook or the Cards will not be posted until the restock arrives, hopefully within 2 weeks. :)

http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513057/1/pulp.html (http://www.statuesqueminiatures.co.uk/c/4513057/1/pulp.html)