Sunday, January 26, 2020

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Dime Detective, November 15, 1934

That may not be the most politically correct cover you'll ever see, but dang, it catches the eye, as do the names of the writers inside. DIME DETECTIVE always had strong lineups during this era, and this issue is a good example: Frederick Nebel, Cornell Woolrich, Max Brand, and T.T. Flynn, along with the lesser-known Eric Taylor and Sam Powell. The cover is by John Newton Howitt, who did many of the covers for THE SPIDER and the Popular Publications Weird Menace titles.


Daniel Boyd said...

James, you are a staple of my weekend merriment. Thank you!

James Reasoner said...

I appreciate the kind words!