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    Just SF:   (about)

    Title changed from Just SF. A third issue was advertised in late 1982 but was never published.

    Justice   (about)
    A pulp magazine in all but format, Justice carried the subtitle “Amazing Detective Mysteries”, but focused on crime-adventure rather than detective puzzle plots.

    • Publishers:
      • Non-Pareil Publishing Corp.; 655 Madison Avenue, New York 21, NY: Justice.
    • Editors:

    K-9 and His Bowser Aces   (about)
    One-shot fanzine—a parody of the Ziff-Davis pulps.

    • Publishers:
      • Pulp Confidential Press; 1001 W. Collins Avenue, Collingswood, NJ 08107: K-9 and His Bowser Aces.

    K-9 and His Bowser Aces [v1 #1, July 1990] (Pulp Confidential Press, $10.00, 12pp, 8.5″ x 5.5″, cover by George Chastain) []
    Has a cover “price” 10 cents. Produced in a numbered edition of 100 copies, distributed in a manila envelope with matching numbered label. Interior illustrations by George Chastain.

    Ka-Zar:   (about)
    A character pulp. The lead novels are usually SF in nature, but the back up stories almost never are.


    • Publishers:
      • Manvis Publications, Inc.; Chicago, IL: Ka-Zar.

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