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    Vice Squad Detective   (about)
    Published as a direct challenge to Spicy Detective Stories, the stories in Vice-Squad Detective were even sexier and it is believed that most copies were seized by police prior to distribution, which may explain why there was no second issue. Although dated as 1933 by many authorities, its publication was noted in the July 1935 issue of Author & Journalist.

    • Publishers:
      • Graphic Arts, Inc.; 501 Seventh Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN: Vice Squad Detective.







    The Victoria Penny Stories [No. 89, February 1902] (“Christian Herald” Office; London, 1d, 24pp)
    A monthly story paper supplement to The Christian Herald, “contains a well illustrated Complete Story of twelve pages, in coloured cover, and also a Sermon by some eminent preacher, and two pages of Anecdotes.” Details supplied by John Eggeling.







    Violent Legends   (about)
    Semi-professional magazine. This one-shot was preceeded several years earlier by a similar one-issue title, Whispered Legends.



    Violent Spectres   (about)
    Small press fantasy/horror fiction magazine.

    • Publishers:
      • Adam Bradley; London: Violent Spectres.
    • Editors:
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