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    Nickel Detective:   (about)
    Started life in 1930 as a non-crime pulp called Man Stories, which changed its name in November 1931 to Popular Fiction. These were replaced in 1933 by Nickel Detective which was itself renamed to Strange Detective Stories in November 1933.


    Nickel Detective

    • Publishers:
      • Nickel Publications, Inc.; 537 S. Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL: Nickel Detective.
    • Editors:
      • Samuel Bierman - Editor: Nickel Detective, Jan 1933 – Apr 1933.
      • Ralph Daigh - Editor: Nickel Detective, Jun 1933 – Aug 1933.








    Strange Detective Stories
    Title changed from Nickel Detective.

    • Publishers:
      • Nickel Publications, Inc.; 537 S. Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL: Strange Detective Stories.
    • Editors:









    Noir: The Illustrated Crime Fiction Quarterly   (about)
    A 64-page, comic-book size modern-day pulp magazine which featured fiction, art and comic strips by the greatest talents in the mystery, crime fiction and comics fields.

    • Editors:
    • Publishers:
      • Alpha Productions: Noir: The Illustrated Crime Fiction Quarterly, Winter 1994.
      • Creative Force Productions: Noir: The Illustrated Crime Fiction Quarterly, Spring 1995 – Fall 1995.





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