Sunday, February 28, 2016

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Fawcett's Triple-X Magazine, February 1925

Now that looks downright painful! But then, that's a pirate's life for you, I suppose. Inside this issue of FAWCETT'S TRIPLE-X MAGAZINE are stories by Victor Rousseau, Arthur Guy Empey, William M. Rouse, and some guys even less well-known these days.

1 comment:

Walker Martin said...

TRIPLE X lasted a little over a hundred issues and was evidently popular in the 1920's but I've found back issues hard to find and expensive. Almost completely forgotten nowadays.

I did manage to find a preliminary cover painting by Rozen for TRIPLE X. It shows a cowboy changing into a Santa costume but I'm still hunting for the actual magazine.