Noodler's Luxury Blue is bulletproof but I have not used it. I do recall it being a liked ink. Reviews are here: http://www.fountainp...iews/?p=1743404
Noodler's Bad Blue Heron is bulletproof. Works fine in my pens but does dry out if left uncapped too long or if the pen is not used daily or so. I use and like this ink.
Noodler's Bad Belted Kingfisher is also bulletproof but I have not used it. I refer you to the Ink reviews here on FPN http://www.fountainp...iews/?p=1743404
Noodler's Liberty's Elysium Blue is an exclusive for Goulet Pen's. I don't think it is characterized as fully bulletproof. It's a great blue color that I like and I do use it.
You can find the properties of Noodler's inks here: http://noodlersink.c...ink-properties/
Noodler's Baystate Blue is not bulletproof. I do not recommend it for new fountain pen users. I have used it but it does require a high level of pen hygiene.
I think Platinum has a pigment ink. There should be reviews on that, too. Pigment ink for fountain pens does require more attention to keeping your pen clean and used regularly.
There are Iron Gall based inks. I'm not absolutely sure of all the makes. Rohrer & Klinger makes one called Silax and another called Scabiosa. Lamy blue-black might be iron gall based. Iron gall inks are not necessarily bulletproof but they are are more enduring that most pure dye-based inks.
The Noodler's inks are bottle only so you'll need a converter to use them.