Sunday, August 04, 2013

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Complete Adventures, December 1937

This appears to have been the only issue of this pulp, but it has a good cover and one of the best adventure writers in J. Allan Dunn. I'm not familiar with the other authors, but I'm sure they're pretty good, too. Just another example of too many pulps on the newsstands for all of them to survive.


Richard R. said...

What on earth is on the head of the guy wearing the feather?? Does "the only issue" mean big bucks for someone who might have a good, clean whole copy?

James Reasoner said...

I think that pointy thing is actually the head of a spear being held by the guy whose head we can barely see. But I had to blow the picture up quite a bit to figure that out. I have no idea what this one would be worth. There's no big-name author in it, as far as I know.

Richard R. said...

So rarity without fame isn't a guarantee of value. Huh.