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seattlemysterybooks:

pulpcovers:
A Brain For Sale http://ift.tt/1iSeQmX
January 1944 issue
stories included:
~ Walter C. Brown, “The House of Red Candles”, #4 Sgt. Dennis O’Hara, aka Sah-Jin – NYC Chinatown squad, last story in BM
~ D.L. Champion, “Who Took the Corpse?”, Marvelo, villain and professional magician, 14th of 30 stories in BM
~ Dale Clark, “Murder o’ Mine”, 15th of 28 with house dick Mike O’Hanna story, at San Alpa Resort hotel, 17th of 32 stories in BM
~ Bruno Fischer, “Kill Without Murder”, ‘Fred Hammond’, 1st of 5 stories in BM
~ C.G. Tahney, [pseud of Charles Green, not to be confused with Charles M. Green], “A Brain for Sale”, Nickie, aka ‘Sherlock in short pants’, 4th of 5 stories in BM

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybooks:

pulpcovers:

A Brain For Sale http://ift.tt/1iSeQmX


January 1944 issue

stories included:

~ Walter C. Brown, “The House of Red Candles”, #4 Sgt. Dennis O’Hara, aka Sah-Jin – NYC Chinatown squad, last story in BM

~ D.L. Champion, “Who Took the Corpse?”, Marvelo, villain and professional magician, 14th of 30 stories in BM

~ Dale Clark, “Murder o’ Mine”, 15th of 28 with house dick Mike O’Hanna story, at San Alpa Resort hotel, 17th of 32 stories in BM

~ Bruno Fischer, “Kill Without Murder”, ‘Fred Hammond’, 1st of 5 stories in BM

~ C.G. Tahney, [pseud of Charles Green, not to be confused with Charles M. Green], “A Brain for Sale”, Nickie, aka ‘Sherlock in short pants’, 4th of 5 stories in BM

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

Vintage Comic - Daring Mystery Comics #02

Pencils: Alex Schomburg
Inks: Alex Schomburg
Timely (Feb1940)

Vintage Comic - Daring Mystery Comics #02

Pencils: Alex Schomburg
Inks: Alex Schomburg
Timely (Feb1940)

driveintheaterofthemind:

Tarzan by Mike Grell

driveintheaterofthemind:

Tarzan by Mike Grell

The Shadow by Phil Winslade

The Shadow by Phil Winslade

pulpcovers:

Take Me Home
From the back:
This is an unconventional story of beautiful Ivy Galvin and her strange emotional involvement with two men — and a woman. Lila Douglas — tall, statuesque and amoral — who could love a man or a woman according to her whims, but refused to give up Ivy… Henry Harper — A writer, but otherwise normal — who was repelled by Ivy’s abnormal relationship with Lila, but decided he wanted Ivy at any price… Chick Neal — who tried to take by force what Ivy yielded willingly to Lila and Henry.
http://ift.tt/1qkYsxs

pulpcovers:

Take Me Home

From the back:

This is an unconventional story of beautiful Ivy Galvin and her strange emotional involvement with two men — and a woman
Lila Douglas — tall, statuesque and amoral — who could love a man or a woman according to her whims, but refused to give up Ivy… 
Henry Harper — A writer, but otherwise normal — who was repelled by Ivy’s abnormal relationship with Lila, but decided he wanted Ivy at any price… 
Chick Neal — who tried to take by force what Ivy yielded willingly to Lila and Henry.

http://ift.tt/1qkYsxs

Doc Savage by Boris Vallejo

Doc Savage by Boris Vallejo

5feet12inches:

1949



Vintage Pulp - Fantastic Adventures (July1949)

5feet12inches:

1949

Vintage Pulp - Fantastic Adventures (July1949)

pulpcovers:

Skies Of Yellow Death http://ift.tt/XGOGMe

pulpcovers:

Skies Of Yellow Death http://ift.tt/XGOGMe

pulpcovers:

The Whispering Master (1949) http://ift.tt/1qiusCn

pulpcovers:

The Whispering Master (1949) http://ift.tt/1qiusCn

seattlemysterybooks:

philsp.com



Vintage Pulp - Best Detective

seattlemysterybooks:

philsp.com

Vintage Pulp - Best Detective

Vintage Pulp - Bull’s-Eye Detective

Vintage Pulp - Bull’s-Eye Detective

theshinyboogie:

"Make Mine Murder!"
Vue, January 1954

theshinyboogie:

"Make Mine Murder!"

Vue, January 1954

Cellophane Suits They’re Not Just For Women Anymore

Cellophane Suits They’re Not Just For Women Anymore

pulpcovers:

One Less Angel http://ift.tt/1lFA0Tf

francavillarts:

THE BLACK BEETLE ~ NECROLOGUE #1 Preview
Story and Art by Francesco Francavilla

Here’s a sneak peek at the upcoming new Black Beetle mini titled NECROLOGUE.
Apologies again for making you all wait for this second installment of our new favorite Pulp hero: hopefully it will be worth the wait when the book finally comes out.

My thanks go to Jim Gibbons, Mike Richardson, Dark Horse, and you all for the great support on this, and please keep finger crossed for the first mini, NO WAY OUT, up for an Eisner as best limited series next month :)

Cheers,
FF