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Volume 0228
1930s ~ Part 2
PULP MAGAZINES ~ 1932-1936
PICTORIAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

Blue Book - August 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 1/6
Blue Book - September 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 2/6
Blue Book - October 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 3/6
Blue Book - November 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 4/6
Blue Book - December 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 5/6
Blue Book - January 1933 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 6/6

Blue Book - August 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 1/6

Blue Book - September 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 2/6 .Blue Book - October 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 3/6
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Blue Book - November 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 4/6Blue Book: December 1932 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 5/6Blue Book: January 1933 - Tarzan and the Leopard Men 6/6


Argosy - September 17, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 1/6
Argosy - September 24, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 2/6
Argosy - October 1, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 3/6
Argosy - October 8, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 4/6
Argosy - October 15, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 5/6
Argosy - October 22, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 6/6
Argosy: September 17, 1932 - Pirates of Venus 1/6Argosy - October 8, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 4/6
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Argosy - September 17, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 1/6
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Argosy - September 24, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 2/6Argosy - October 1, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 3/6
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Argosy - October 8, 1932 - The Pirates of Venus 4/6 .
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Boston Post part 3 of 6Wonder Stories June 1934

From: Argonotes, The Reader’s Viewpoint
Argosy Magazine, Dec. 17, 1932
The Frank A. Munsey Company, Publisher
Transcribed by Jonathan Hart (GNAWING his fingernails):
Chicago, Ill.

I have been reading Argosy for years and I shall continue to do so. However, I will say this, that if Burroughs writes another novel and ends it like he did “The Pirates of Venus,” one of his stanchest (sic) supporters will lose some degree of faith. I have read every story he ever wrote and I don’t think he has an equal in his line.

Whether it is his fault or yours, I, of course, don’t know. It may be and probably is to your advantage to have a sequel to this masterpiece at some future date, but what are we going to do in the meantime? Sit and gnaw our fingernails? Carson Napier may be in a spot, but he isn’t anywhere near as bad off as we are.

You can rest assured that I was utterly dumfounded when I came to the end. I hope you will let us all know in the next issue when we can expect a sequel.

Wishing you good luck and more Burroughs’ works, also interplanetary and interstellar stories, I am,

Sincerely yours,
Gerhardt Krull.


Argosy - March 4, 1933 - Lost on Venus 1/7
Argosy - March 11, 1933 - Lost on Venus 2/7
Argosy - March 18, 1933 - Lost on Venus 3/7
Argosy - March 25, 1933 - Lost on Venus 4/7
Argosy - April 1, 1933 - Lost on Venus 5/7
Argosy - April 8, 1933 - Lost on Venus 6/7
Argosy - April 15, 1933 - Lost on Venus 7/7

Argosy: March 4, 1933 - Lost on Venus - 1/7
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Argosy - March 4, 1933 - Lost on Venus 1/7
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Argosy - March 11, 1933 - Lost on Venus 2/7Argosy - March 18, 1933 - Lost on Venus 3/7
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Argosy - March 25, 1933 - Lost on Venus 4/7 .Argosy - April 1, 1933 - Lost on Venus 5/7
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Argosy - April 8, 1933 - Lost on Venus 6/7 .Argosy - April 15, 1933 - Lost on Venus 7/7



PASSING SHOW December 16, 1933 ~ Fortunino Matania art


Liberty - November 11, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 1/9
Liberty - November 18, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 2/9
Liberty - November 25, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 3/9
Liberty - December 2 , 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 4/9
Liberty - December 9, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 5/9
Liberty - December 16, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 6/9
Liberty - December 23, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 7/9
Liberty - December 30, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 8/9
Liberty - January 6, 1934 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 9/9

Liberty: November 11, 1911 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 1/9Liberty - November 18, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 2/9Liberty - November 25, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 3/9
Liberty: December 2, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man - 4/9Liberty: December 9, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man - January 6, 1934Liberty: December 16, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man - 6/9
Liberty: December 23, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man - 7/9iberty - December 30, 1933 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 8/9Liberty - January 6, 1934 - Tarzan and the Lion Man 9/9


TIT-BITS Magazine UK: April 28, 1934 ~ Tarzan and the Lion Man
 "TARZAN AGAIN! Greatest Thriller of all Starts Inside", "Long opening chapters of TARZAN and the LION MAN.
The Story of an Amazing Adventure by EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS".

TIT-BITS Magazine UK: April 28,1934 ~ Tarzan and the Lion Man



Blue Book - November 1934 - The Swords of Mars 1/6
Blue Book - December 1934 - The Swords of Mars 2/6
Blue Book - January 1935 - The Swords of Mars 3/6
Blue Book - February 1935 - The Swords of Mars 4/6
Blue Book - March 1935 - The Swords of Mars 5/6
Blue Book - April 1935 - The Swords of Mars 6/6

Blue Book: November 1934 - Swords of Mars 1/6Blue Book: December 1934 - Swords of Mars 2/6Blue Book: January 1935 - Swords of Mars 3/6
Blue Book: February 1935 - Swords of Mars 4/6Blue Book: March 1935 - Swords of Mars 5/6Blue Book: April 1935 - Swords of Mars 6/6 - Herbert Morton Stoops cover


Blue Book - October 1935 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 1/6
Blue Book - November 1935 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 2/6
Blue Book - December 1935 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 3/6
Blue Book - January 1936 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 4/6
Blue Book - February 1936 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 5/6
Blue Book - March 1936 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 6/6

Blue Book - October 1935 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 1/6

Blue Book: October 1935 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 1/6 - Herbert Morton Stoops coverBlue Book: November 1935 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 2/6Blue Book: December 1935 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 3/6
Blue Book: January 1936 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 4/6Blue Book: February 1936 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 5/6Blue Book: March 1936 - Tarzan and the Immortal Men 6/6 - Herbert Morton Stoops cover


Argosy - September 19, 1936 - Tarzan and the Magic Men 1/3
Argosy - September 26, 1936 - Tarzan and the Magic Men 2/3
Argosy - October 3, 1936 - Tarzan and the Magic Men 3/3

Argosy - September 19, 1936 - Tarzan and the Magic Men 1/3

Argosy - September 26, 1936 - Tarzan and the Magic Men 2/3Argosy - October 3, 1936 - Tarzan and the Magic Men 3/3

Argosy - September 19, 1936 - Tarzan and the Magic Men 1/3 TEXT


ILLUSTRATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ERB PULP MAGAZINES
Overview (Text)
1910s Pt. 1
1910s Pt. 2
1910s Pt. 3
1910s Pt. 4
1920s Pt. 1
1920s Pt. 2
1920s Pt. 3
1920s Pt. 4
1930s Pt. 1
1930s Pt. 2
1930s Pt. 3
1940s. Pt. 1
 1940s Pt. 2
1940s Pt. 3
Beyond 50

 
In the compilation of this pulp pictorial I have drawn from many sources:
Bibliographies by J. G. Huckenpöhler and Bob Zeuschner
and material from Bohnett, Day, Fenton, Heins, Lupoff, Porges, Roy, Woodley, de Laat, fanzines...
as well as my own collection and those of fans and friends.


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