Saturday, October 22, 2016

Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Western Story, July 25, 1931


Traveling by stagecoach must have been really dangerous. They're always getting chased by owlhoots! Inside this issue of the legendary pulp WESTERN STORY are two stories by Frederick Faust, one as by George Owen Baxter and one under his John Frederick pseudonym. Also present are popular author Jackson Gregory (with the first part of a serial) and lesser known writers Kenneth Gilbert, E.C. Lincoln, and Joseph F. Hook.

4 comments:

Scott Parker said...

It would an interesting study to examine all the pulp covers and see how many had yellow backgrounds.

James Reasoner said...

Yellow and red were the most popular colors, no doubt about that.

Walker Martin said...

Popular Publications did some type of study and came to the conclusion that red and yellow were the most popular. Just about all the DIME WESTERN covers had yellow backgrounds and STAR WESTERN had red backgrounds.

James Reasoner said...

And after a certain point, all the issues of 10 STORY WESTERN had the yellow background as well.