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Original Pulp Magazines
Air Trails (June 1937)
A nice-looking copy of Air Trails from June 1937. It includes the Bill Barnes novel “Under the Midnight Sun” by Harold P. Montanye.
Triple Detective (Fall 1954)
In very nice shape and complete. The interior is bright and supple.
The Complete Set of The Avenger Books
A complete set of all 36 Warner Avenger paperbacks from the ’70s, including the new stories written by Ron Goulart. This collection also includes copies of Moonstone’s Avenger anthologies The Avenger Chronicles and The Justice, Inc. Files. And it also includes a copy of the fan-produced reprint of the Avenger short stories from the back of Clues and The Shadow.
James B. Hendryx Hardcover Lot
Two vintage hardcovers by Hendryx: The Gun Brand, published by A.L. Burt in 1917, and Gambler’s Chance, published by Books, Inc., in 1942. Both have typical wear, and The Gun Brand has a small inscription on the front board.
What Dreams May Come
A first edition of this John Thunstone novel by pulp great Manly Wade Wellman. It’s the hardcover first edition, as published by Doubleday. 175 pages.
Set of Hardcover Marvel Atlas Archives
A homemade trio of hardcovers containing all the 1950s stories of Captain America, the Human Torch, and the Sub-Mariner, as scanned from original copies of the comic books. These stories are taken from these titles: Captain America Comics, The Human Torch, Sub-Mariner Comics, Men’s Adventures, and Young Men. The Captain America volume also includes the final Cap story from Captain America Comics #74. The binding is solid and tight, and the interior is crisp and the pages bright. Seems to be a one of a kind collection. About 600 pages total. The Human Torch volume is signed by artist Dick Ayers.