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Amazing Stories.              1952-- 6

Ziff-Davis (Pulp magazine 1952--June) About good. Ziff-Davis No back cover, edgewear, textblock discolored and very fragile. Contributors include Milton Lesser, Ross Rocklynne.

Stock number: 211006      [Science Fiction]

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Columbia-VLA Journal of Law & Arts.              1990--Spr

(Pulp magazine) Very good.

Stock number: 168745      [Law]

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Columbia-VLA Journal of Law & Arts.              1991--Wint

(Pulp magazine) Very good.

Stock number: 168746      [Law]

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Occult.              1972-- 4

Popular Library (Pulp magazine 1972--April) Very good. Popular Library. Contributors include Martin Ebon, Robert Tralins.

Stock number: 207272      [Occult and Paranormal]

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Occult.              1974-- 4

Popular Library (Pulp magazine 1974--April) Very good. Popular Library. Contributors include Martin Ebon, Frank J. McCarthy.

Stock number: 399240      [Occult and Paranormal]

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Occult.              Vol. 1, # 2 (1970)

Popular Library (Pulp magazine) Very good. Popular Library. Contributors include Frank J. McCarthy, Susy Smith, Robert Tralins.

Stock number: 399241      [Occult and Paranormal]

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Science Fiction Collector / Megavore.              #10

Pandora's Books (Magazine) Near fine. Pandora's Books Newsprint ad section discolored. Megavore was a continuation of the Science Fiction Collector, which also incorporated Age of the Unicorn, another serious fanzine of bibliographic research. Feature article in this issue was a checklist of Lancer science fiction and fantasy, compiled by William J. Denholm III. Tom Johnson contributed an article on the Corinth / Regency pulp hero reprints, and Darrell Schweitzer sent an index to the 'Not at Night' series. Nick Carr had an article about Dusty Ayres and his Battle Aces, entitled the Emperor of the World. Ads, letters, and tidbits filled out the issue.

Stock number: 10      [Bibliography]

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Science Fiction Collector / Megavore.              #12

Pandora's Books (Magazine) Near fine. Pandora's Books Center ad section discolored. Pulp articles this issue included articles about the Skipper (by Link Hullar & Will Murray), Dr. Yen Sin (by Nick Carr), Doc Savage (by Dafwdd Neal Dyar), and the Phantom (by Melville C. Hill). Ralph Roberts contributed an article about writing. Bibliographies of James H. Schmitz and John Varley were also included, along with the usual cover reproductions, reviews, letters and features.

Stock number: 12      [Bibliography]

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Science Fiction Collector.              # 9

Pandora's Books (Magazine) Near fine. Pandora's Books Staples rusted, newsprint section slightly discolored. With this issue, SFC also incorporated Michael Cook's Age of the Unicorn, with the combined magazine henceforth to be known as Megavore. The focus of the magazine changed a bit, to include a broader range of popular culture. In this issue were Richard Grant's Avram Davidson bibliography, an interview with John Nanovic (the editor of the pulps Doc Savage and the Shadow) conducted by Albert Tonik, and an article on Michael Collins' Dan Fortune--Private Eye, by John Edwards. Dana Martin Batory also contributed an article on Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Story of the Man with the Watches', and Tom Johnson contributed an article on Michael Avallone, which was illustrated by Frank Hamilton. The issue was rounded out by an index to Uncanny Tales (Canadian) (by Dennis Lien), reviews and comments by Grant Thiessen, and, for the first time, a centre section containing advertisements.

Stock number: 9      [Bibliography]

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Science Fiction Collector.              #14

Pandora's Books (Magazine) Near fine. Pandora's Books Center ad section discolored. With this issue, the name Megavore was abandoned, and the magazine became the Science Fiction Collector once more, with the focus shifting back more heavily to science fiction. Bibliographies included the science fiction from Monarch Books (by Steve Woolfolk), Curtis Books (by Dennis Lien), and Charles L. Harness (by William D. Vernon). Darrell Schweitzer contributed an article on William Sloane. The pulp articles included Robert Sampson on A. E. Apple's Dr. Chang, Nick Carr on Ryerson Johnson (illustrated by the cover painting by Frank Hamilton), and a report on Pulpcon 9 by Albert Tonik. Robert Sampson and Nick Carr also combined forces with a column on various pulp-related subjects.

Stock number: 14      [Bibliography]

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Science Fiction Collector.              #15

Pandora's Books (Magazine) Very good. Pandora's Books Discolored. This issue includes a reprint of the first published fiction by movie director John Carpenter; bibliographies of Laser Books and Regency books, as well as Michael Ashley's bibliography of William Hope Hodgson; an article by Dana Martin Batory on how Arthur Conan Doyle influenced Edgar Rice Burroughs; and Nick Carr's article on how death was treated in the Operator 5 and G-8 pulps. This final issue was printed in a newspaper style format, and is the only issue which was never bound into hardcover.

Stock number: 15      [Bibliography]

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