Limited edition hardcover, only 100 made. Collected for the first time: the original Masked Rider series! Originally published by Ranger Publications, Altus Press has committed to collecting all the... More > rare and illusive Masked Rider yarns from these early years prior to its acquisition by Standard Publications. Each volume will include new articles and information about the series as well as the history of Ranger Publications, one of the earliest companies run by Marvel Comics founder Martin Goodman.
Volume 1 contains the first three stories, uncut, in order, and accompanied by the original illustrations: "The Black Caballero" by Oscar Schisgall along with "The Avenging Shadow" and "Sapphire Mesa," both by William H. Stueber.< Less
Limited edition hardcover, only 100 made. In 1932, Lester Dent jumpstarted his pulp fiction career when he created scientific detective Lynn Lash. Operating out of a New York skyscraper, Lash tackled... More > super-scientific threats the police could not handle, opening the way for Dent’s greatest creation, the immortal Doc Savage. All three Lash cases are included in this volume, including a rare story not published during Dent’s lifetime, "The Flame Horror." Two years later, Dent produced a new gadget-wielding sleuth, Foster Fade, the Crime Spectacularist. Working for a major metropolitan tabloid, Fade solved crimes so bizarre they defied description. The entire Crime Spectacularist trilogy is presented for the first time ever in an authorized edition. This is Dent at his imaginative best--vintage hardboiled detective fiction with a weird menace twist!< Less
Limited edition hardcover, only 100 made. Taken from their original appearances in ACTION STORIES from 1945-49, this book collects the last four adventures of Senorita Scorpion: "Brand of the... More > Gallows-Ghost," "Lash of the Six-Gun Queen," "Gun-Witch of Hoodoo Range" and "The Sting of Senorita Scorpion." Volume 2 also includes an all-new introduction by pulp historian Will Murray.< Less
Limited edition hardcover, only 100 made. For nearly 20 years, Dan Fowler and his G-men battled crimedom in the pages of G-Men Detective. Now, author Tom Johnson has indexed each issue, listing... More > everything you need to know about the series.
Also included are complete reprints of the two best Dan Fowler stories as chosen by Johnson and pulp historian Will Murray: "Give 'Em Hell" by Norvell W. Page and "Bullet Justice" by Charles Greenberg. And reprinted in its entirety for the first time: "I Cover the Murder Front," the lost, rejected Dan Fowler story.
Featuring additional articles by Johnson and Murray, this is the ultimate history of the series.< Less