Category: Pulp Magazines


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Image for Sky Birds (April 1933)

Sky Birds (April 1933)

By: (A.A. Wyn, ed.) (T.W. Ford, Arch Whitehouse, Joe Archibald, et al.)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Magazine Publishers, Inc.: 1933

Edition: (Vol. XII, No. 3)

Seller ID: 21917

Condition: Very Good+

[minor foldover at right side of front cover, otherwise a nice clean solid copy with only light wear, one tiny tear at top of front cover]. Novel: "Wing Warriors" by T.W. Ford. Novelette: "Canyon of Crashes" by Arch Whitehouse. Stories and features include: "Kilt in Action" by Joe Archibald; "Blue Flare Below" by James Perley Hughes; "The Kite-Conqueror" (about WWI RAF pilot Richard Bernard Munday); "Spandau Snare" by F.E. Rechnitzer; "'Plane Dope" by Arch Whitehouse (about WWI German pilot Bruno Loerzer). [Note the inverted swastika ... View more info

Image for Thrilling Wonder Stories (October 1951)

Thrilling Wonder Stories (October 1951)

By: (Fletcher Pratt, Jack Vance, Richard Matheson, et al.)

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, Standard Magazines, Inc.: 1951

Edition: (Vol. XXXIX, No. 1)

Seller ID: 21951

Condition: Good

[moderately worn but presentable copy, with various small edge-tears and nicks, vertical creasing to front cover, napped edges; binding firm, pages lightly browned but still reasonably supple]. Complete novel: "Asylum Satellite" by Fletcher Pratt (cover-blurbed as "a novelet of the first space station"). Novelets: "The Plagion Siphon" by Jack Vance; "The Merakian Miracle" by Kendell Foster Crossen. Short stories: "Ultimate Answer" by Dallas Ross; "The Cave Where I am Hiding" by Robert Moore Williams; "Return" by Richard Matheson. Feat... View more info

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Thrilling Detective (June 1933)

By: (Harvey Burns, ed.) (Joseph Ivers Lawrence, G. Wayman Jones, et al.)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Standard Magazines, Inc.: 1933

Edition: (Vol. VI, No. 3)

Seller ID: 21915

Condition: Very Good

[typical edgewear to covers (folding and small tears, due to covers slightly overlapping edges of text block), small tear at bottom front hinge, slight loss of paper spine covering at both ends of spine; pages lightly browned, not brittle]. Novel: "Murder at the Altar" (Joseph Ivers Lawrence). Novelettes: "The Target Murders" (Lieut. John Hopper); "Midnight Justice" (Perley Poore Sheehan; a "Doctor Coffin" mystery with a Hollywood setting). Short stories: "For $100,000" (Maxwell Smith); "Cop Killers" (Anatole Feldman); "Fall Guy" (G. ... View more info

Image for Fantastic (January-February 1954) [includes "The Dwarf"]

Fantastic (January-February 1954) [includes "The Dwarf"]

By: Bradbury, Ray, and others

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Chicago, Ziff-Davis Publishing Co.: (c.1953)

Edition: (Vol. 3, No. 1)

Seller ID: 4703

Condition: Very Good

[moderate wear, a little creasing to covers; binding solid, pages supple, lightly browned at edges]. The Bradbury story is "The Dwarf" (this may possibly be its first printing, although nothing in the magazine itself either confirms or contradicts that). Other contributors include Algis Budrys ("Scream at Sea"), Jerome Bixby ("The Good Dog"), William P. McGivern ("Mr. Dittman's Monsters"), and Vern Fearing ("The Odyssey of Henry Thistle," a story which includes a character named George Bullwinkle!). View more info

Image for New Love Magazine - July 1944

New Love Magazine - July 1944

By: Graves, Peggy, ed.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Chicago, Fictioneers, Inc.: 1944

Edition: (Vol. 9, No. 4)

Seller ID: 20640


Condition: Near Fine

[about as nice as you can expect to find a pulp magazine from the 1940s, bright and clean, with a touch of soiling to the rear cover but no chipping or cracking at the spine, and despite the usual "foldover edges" effect due to the covers being slightly larger than the text block, this copy has only a handful of tiny edge-tears and no discernible chipping or paper loss -- quite unusual]. (B&W line drawings) Typical romance pulp magazine of the period, with the full flavor of the enterprise expressed by the titles of the six novellas included herein: "Don't Mention Brides" by K... View more info