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<< Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds (1934-1935) >>

Genre: Aviation
Category: Character Pulp
Issue List: Complete
Publication: Ceased
Publishers: Popular Pub.
Editors:
Started in 1932 as an Aviation pulp named Battle Birds. Became Science Fiction for 12 issues named Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds. Revived again as Battle Birds in 1940, numbered separately.
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FictionMags: Battle Birds 10 issues.
Skipping FictionMags issues Battle Birds from 1940 on.
31
issues
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Extra
Originally named Battle Birds
1932























Dec
v1#1



1933

Jan
v1#2

Feb
v1#3

Mar
v1#4

Apr
v2#1

May
v2#2

Jun
v2#3

Jul
v2#4

Aug
v3#1
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Sep
v3#2

Oct
v3#3

Nov
v3#4
images available
Dec
v4#1



1934

Jan
v4#2
images available
Feb
v4#3

Mar
v4#4

Apr
v5#1

May
v5#2

Jun
v5#3
images available
Name changed to Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds
1934













Jul
v5#4
images available
Aug
v6#1
images available
Sep
v6#2

Oct
v6#3
images available
Nov
v6#4
images available
Dec
v7#1
images available


1935

Jan
v7#2

Feb
v7#3
images available
Mar
v7#4

Apr
v8#1
images available
May/Jun
v8#2

Jul/Aug
v8#3
images available










Some statistics
31 total issues.
10 Matching FictionMag issues. 0 Partial matched FictionMag issues. 0 Unmatched FictionMag issues.
0 issues you want. 0 issues you are expecting soon.
0 issues you have. 0 issues you have for sale.

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