For some incredible pulp inspiration, watch the Zeppelin v Pterodactyls short. It’s a montage of clips from old, unrelated movie serials.
Code Guardian is a teriffic short film — done with computer generated graphics — about a giant Nazi robot’s attack on an Allied port.
Well Told Tales offers audiobooks of pulp fiction stories. From the website:
Every Monday, the Well Told Tales podcast brings you an original short story — either sci-fi, horror or hardboiled. Think of them as audiobooks, only shorter — 15 to 35 minutes, the perfect length for your commute, workout, whatever. And did we mention they’re FREE?
Fans of Lost World type games may be interested in some harticles on the Cryptomundo site that sow early 20th century newspaper stories on the search for the Mokele-mbembe, a dinosaur-like creature thought by some to still be alive in Africa. You can also look at the articles in a pdf format.
If you’re looking for inspiration for your Pulp Science fiction games, you should take a look at this site with images of the covers of Astounding Stories (later Analog Science Fiction) magazines going back to 1930.