Saturday, April 11, 2015

Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Wild West Weekly, March 9, 1940

Was Sonny Tabor the most popular character who ever appeared in WILD WEST WEEKLY? Maybe. Those stories were featured on the cover many times, as in the case of this issue with a nice cover by Richard Case. In addition to Paul Powers, who was really Ward M. Stevens, of course, authors in this issue include Dean Owen, Lynn Westland (really Archie Joscelyn), and Allan R. Bosworth, an excellent Western pulpster who wrote under a lot of the house-names in WILD WEST WEEKLY as well as his own.

1 comment:

Cheryl Pierson said...

Love these old covers! Wish I had some of these to read--and hey, I know Laurie Powers, Paul Powers's granddaughter!