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    Pirate Stories [v1 #2, January 1935] (Adventure Publications, Inc., 15¢, pulp)
    Details supplied by John Locke from Table of Contents.










    Prize Air Pilot Stories [v1 #3, March 1930] (Affiliated Magazines Inc., 25¢, 96pp, pulp, cover by R. C. Wardel)
    President: Saul Willbach; Secretary: J. M. Mann. Announced for the next issue (which does not exist) is as follows: “The Valley of Feuds” by Erle Stanley Gardner listed on TOC page, page 80 features the blurb: “A rip-roaring yarn of an airman, a ranch maid and a gold mine. Six-guns flash, planes battle, claim jumpers cut their capers, a crooked sheriff does his stuff, the intrepid hero foils his foes, the beautiful ranch maid fights side by side with her men, and the villain still pursues her. A story that grips the reader’s interest paragraph by paragraph and holds him spellbound with its rapid action and absorbing, startling situations.” (April 1930 issue of Air Pilot Stories)
    Another story adverted for April is titled “Suicide Flight.” Blurb: “Ace Brennan, Pop Kennedy’s buddy, lost his life over German territory trying to lick four Fokker’s single-handed... that’s why Kennedy, the careful fighter, was so strict with his pal’s son, Paddy, who was a big chip off the old block. Paddy loved to stunt, and those three wrecks at Kennedy’s airport were not all his fault—someone didn’t like Paddy... a suicide flight in a forest fire proved to Pop Kennedy that Paddy could stunt safely—and how!
    Page 96 advertises E. R. Punshon’s "The Cottage Murders” to appear in Prize Detective Magazine, the February 1930 issue. Details supplied by Morgan Wallace.







    Pulp [v1 #1, Fall 1970] ed. Robert Weinberg (Joel Frieman - Publisher; 5 Manor Drive 11 C, Newark, N.J. 07106, 34pp, quarto)
    front cover image of The Shadow, back cover The Shadow v40 #4, January 15, 1942). assoc. ed. Joel Frieman. Details supplied by Bill Thom.
    • 2 · Editorial · Robert Weinberg · ed
    • 3 · Operator #5 · Nick Carr · ar
    • 19 · The Dan Fowler Novels in G-Men (Checklist) · Anon. · ar
    • 21 · The Hero-Pulp Quiz · Anon. · qz
    • 22 · Dusty Ayres · Anon. · ar
    • 23 · Dusty Ayres (Checklist) · Anon. · ar
    • 24 · The Vulnerable Shadow · Bob Sampson · ar
    • 33 · The Tinsley Shadow Novels (Checklist) · Anon. · ar
    • 34 · Classified Ads · [Misc.] · ms


    Pulp [v1 #2, Spring 1971] ed. Robert Weinberg (Steve Riley - Publisher; 18 Norman Drive, Framington, MA 01701, $1.25, 32pp, quarto)
    front cover Doc Savage Magazine v8 #6, February 1936. Details supplied by Bill Thom.
    • 2 · Editorial · Robert Weinberg · ed
    • 3 · The Digest Docs · Bob Sampson · ar
    • 14 · G-77 in Public Enemy (Checklist) · Anon. · ar
    • 15 · The Strange Case of Philip Strange · Bud Overn · ar
    • 18 · The Pulp-Hero Quiz · Anon. · qz
    • 19 · The Moon Man Stories (Checklist) · Anon. · ar
    • 20 · A Snappy Hero—Jerry Wade · Anon. · ar
    • 21 · The Jerry Wade Stories (Checklist) · Anon. · ar
    • 21 · The Crimson Mask Stories (Checklist) · Anon. · ar
    • 22 · Ki-Gor, King of the Jungle · Nick Carr · ar


    Pulp [v1 #3, Summer 1971] ed. Robert Weinberg (Pulp Press; Framingham, MA, $1.25, 38pp+, quarto)
    Steve Riley - Publisher, Joel Frieman - Publishing Director. Details supplied by Bill Thom.
    • fc. · from Captain Future v1 #1, Winter 1940 · Rozen · cv
    • 2 · Editorial · Robert Weinberg · ed
    • 3 · An Inside Look at Captain Future · Edmond Hamilton · ar; introduction to article by Robert Weinberg. Article includes the first two unpublished chapters for the first Captain Future story ever written titled THE HORROR ON JUPITER. The first two chapters were rewritten at the editors request and the story re-titled.
    • 27 · The Pulp Quiz · Anon. · ms
    • 28 · Only the Shadow Knows · Frank P. Eisgruber, Jr. · ar; with assistance from Robert Sampson and Alan Grossman.
    • 38 · Pulp Notes · Anon. · ms



    Pulp [v1 #5, Winter 1973] ed. Robert Weinberg (Steve Riley - Publisher; 18 Norman Drive, Framington, MA 01701, $1.25, 34pp, quarto)
    front cover The Ghost Super-Detective v1 #1, January 1940; Joel Frieman - Publishing Director. Note: A Pulp Gallery is listed in the Table of Contents, containing four reproductions: two G-8s and two Operator #5 covers, but my copy is missing the Pulp Gallery, and I believe this was an Insert. Details supplied by Bill Thom.


    Pulp [v1 #5.5, July 1973] ed. Robert Weinberg (Steve Riley - Publisher; 18 Norman Drive, Framington, MA 01701, 50¢, 9pp, quarto)
    front cover: dust jacket back cover from Doc Savage, His Apocalyptic Life hardcover 1973 edition. Special Pulpcon issue. Details supplied by Bill Thom.


    Pulp [v1 #6, Summer 1974] ed. Robert Weinberg (Robert Weinberg - Publisher; Chicago, IL, $1.25, 32pp, octavo)
    front cover: Strange Tales v1 #3, January 1932. Details supplied by Bill Thom.
    • 2 · Editorial · Anon. · ed
    • 5 · How I Write · Norvell W. Page · ar The Writer’s Digest 1934 Yearbook 1934
    • 10 · G-8 Versus Stahlmaske · Nick Carr · ar
    • 16 · The Pulp Gallery · [Misc.] · il
    • 24 · Collector’s Corner · [Misc.] · cl
    • 29 · Pulp Notes · [Misc.] · cl
    • ibc. · Pulp-Hero Quiz · [Misc.] · qz
    • bc. · The Mysterious Wu Fang · Jim Jones · cv



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