Argosy, later titled The Argosy and Argosy All-Story Weekly, was an American pulp magazine from 1882 through 1978, published by Frank Munsey. It is generally considered to be the first American pulp magazine.
Fast action and wild, wild pleasure… The paper may have yellowed and crumbled away but the stories and a thousand thrills still hit the spot. Join the shady operators, voluptuous molls, ruthless bigshots, crooked (and sometimes honest) cops on a … Continue reading →
Against the savage color of a monstrous myth-world come true, A. Merritt, master of science-fiction adventure, spins a hair-raising tale of LEIF LANGDON, suddenly ripped from the 20th century and plunged into another world, the miraculous world of the Mirage! … Continue reading →
A paperback original first edition. An unauthorized collection of two pulp short stories, Long Shot (Argosy, 10/55) & Jail Bait (Argosy, 1/56). Under threat of lawsuit, the publisher agreed to issue no future editions. *Get it from Amazon.com* Title: Two … Continue reading →
A paperback original first edition, edited & with introduction by Glenn Lord. Get the illustrated edition here! Title: Pigeons From Hell Author: Robert E Howard Imprint & Number: Zebra 189 Cover price: 1.95 Publication date: 1976 Cover artist: Jeff Jones … Continue reading →
A paperback original first edition anthology. *Get it at Amazon.com* Title: End Of The Tiger Author: John D MacDonald Imprint & Number: Gold Medal D1690 Cover price: 50¢ Publication date: 1966 Cover artist: photo ISBN: none Includes: Hangover (Cosmopolitan, 7/56) … Continue reading →
A paperback original first edition “by Robert Bloch teller of tall tales, author of Psycho, and the inventor of a thousand possible tomorrows” *Get it at Amazon.com* Title: Atoms And Evil Author: Robert Bloch Imprint & Number: Gold Medal S1231 … Continue reading →
A paperback original first edition science fantasy anthology. Title: Shot In The Dark Editor: Judith Merril Imprint & Number: Bantam 751 Cover price: none Publication date: 1950 Cover artist: HE Bischoff ISBN: none With a cover like this, the interior … Continue reading →