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December 9, 2016
17th Anniversary Celebration!
17th Anniversary Celebration!
Radio Archives is celebrating 17 years of creating great products and we're commemorating this anniversary with a number of superior offers and once a year discounts through the end of the year!
Transcription Discs at a 50% discount!
This newsletter, the Anniversary Celebration spotlight is on Transcription Discs! Hundreds of transcription discs are 50% off. Every transcription disc is included. Whether you are a large collector or looking to own just a couple discs, this is the sale of the year. The spotlight on Transcription Discs ends December 15th.
Bonus Sale on the Library version of our OTR sets at a 50% discount!
OTR Sets library version

The spotlight is also shining on dozens of our Old Time Radio sets that are packaged for public libraries. The restorations are identical to our regular radio sets with different labels and storage case but has the same cover artwork. The 50% discount ends December 15th and supplies are limited. Makes great gifts.

Free DVD with all orders sent by mail
Radio Archives is including this DVD, FREE with all orders mailed until December 15th. Four half hours of classic television entertainment - all original programs from the 1950s based on popular radio shows. Enjoy The Adventures of Ellery Queen, Sherlock Holmes, Philip Marlowe Detective, and Mr. District Attorney all carefully restored for quality viewing.
The Adventures of Ellery Queen with Lee Bowman
"Murder to Music" November 8, 1951
Sherlock Holmes with Ronald Howard and Howard Marion Crawford
"The Case of Lady Beryl" 1954
Philip Marlowe Detective with Philip Carey
"Murder is a Grave Affair"
Mr. District Attorney with David Brian
"Rehearsed Robberies" 1954
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Volume 12

Dragnet is considered a classic program for a multitude of reasons. The memorable opening theme, classic lines, and dedication to detail and more have imprinted this program on American society permanently. One of the best aspects of Dragnet and the very reason for the show’s existence was its creator and star Jack Webb. Webb’s portrayal of Joe Friday takes center stage in Dragnet, Volume 12 from Radio Archives.
Jack Webb made sure that Joe Friday was a policeman that other policemen could relate to and that listeners enjoyed. Played almost to understated perfection, Friday walks listeners through every episode, unfurling the case as he sees it in stark detail. While most of his fictional peers were cracking wise on other shows, Webb took a different approach with Friday. Stripped down, essential dialogue in a tone that oftentimes bubbled with an emotional undercurrent was Friday’s trademark.
Webb also imparted a particular humanity to Joe Friday that many other fictional policemen and detectives of the era lacked. He remained a bachelor for the entire run of the show, living with his mother. He showed sympathy for those who deserved it and sarcasm for those who earned it. He playfully picked on his partners. He never rushed to violence first. In essence, Joe Friday was as real a cop as a fictional one could be, thanks to Jack Webb.
The realistic interplay of characters on Dragnet captures a listener’s attention, giving fans that almost fly on the wall feeling as they listen to Friday and his partner investigate and interrogate. Enjoy episodes featuring honest, realistic stories and great performances on Dragnet, Volume 12, meticulously restored for your listening enjoyment by Radio Archives.
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Twins Judy and Jimmy Barton crawled into their attic one December day and found a passageway to a place called Maybeland. They looked in all the dusty corners for any sign of the silver star that always sat atop their Christmas tree. Their search crossed the path of little Paddy O'Cinnamon, "The Cinnamon Bear," who had shoe-button eyes and a ferocious growl. He showed them a small hole through which the Crazy Quilt dragon had absconded with their star and invited Judy and Jimmy to pursue the rascal. Paddy would function as a guide and they'd chase the dragon throughout Maybeland. Paddy magically "de-grew" the twins so they'd fit through the attic tunnel, fired up a miniature airplane powered by soda pop, and flew the Barton kids into a startling and wondrous adventure.
So begins "The Cinnamon Bear," a delightful, one-of-a-kind children's series produced in 1937 by TRANSCO, the Transcription Company of America. Intended to be heard between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the series features twenty-six fifteen-minute cliffhanger installments. The program immediately hooks children because suspenseful fun is always present as each episode concludes with yet another obstacle for Paddy and the twins to overcome. The dragon eventually joins up with the trio but remains unpredictable and mischievous. Named "Crazy Quilt," he succumbs time and time again to his obsession with the shiny silver star.

"The Cinnamon Bear" is, arguably, the best holiday series ever developed for radio. Containing all of the elements of a classic children's fantasy, combined with radio's unique ability to create vivid mental images in the minds of its listeners, it continues to delight both young and old. And now, for the first time, you can hear and enjoy "The Complete Cinnamon Bear" -- including all twenty-six original and unedited shows, the original 1937 promotional recording, and all of the songs from the series as transferred from an original set of 78 RPM recordings. Each of the programs has been digitally transferred directly from a set of original 16" broadcast transcriptions and painstakingly restored for outstanding audio fidelity - truly the best-sounding version of the series that has ever been released. It's yet another triumph for Paddy and his band of travelers as, after well over seventy years, they once again carry on their magical search for the silver star.
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Volume 3
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I am the Whistler and I know many things, for I walk by night. I know many strange tales hidden in the hearts of men and women who have stepped into the shadows. Yes, I know the nameless terrors of which they dare not speak!
Haunting stories of fate, dramas of crime, deception, and manipulation building to a sudden and shocking denouement...and, through it all, the sardonic, mocking laughter of — The Whistler!
One of radio's most memorable thriller anthologies, The Whistler was a west-coast favorite for over a decade but, despite two attempts to go nationwide, never was able to achieve the same success as a coast to coast feature. But for listeners across the western states served by the Signal Oil Company, the program's eerie theme music opened a weekly window into the very darkest corners of the human soul. It was so popular, in fact, that Columbia Pictures produced eight second-feature films based on the concept, all but one of which starred Richard Dix.
Bill Forman was just another staff announcer at CBS Hollywood when he was assigned the title role as The Whistler - a role which he would play for over a decade on west coast radio.The Whistler himself was an omniscient narrator -- the voice of Fate itself, one might suggest, or perhaps of conscience. And his stories revolved around ordinary people, pushed by the pressures of daily life into taking drastic actions. Or perhaps a sudden circumstance, an unexpected twist of life's path, suddenly placed these protagonists on a road leading inexorably to their own destruction. Greed, lust, and perfidy of every kind figure in the plots -- and when Fate inevitably catches up with these unfortunate, driven souls, The Whistler is always ready, at the very end, to see that the knife is properly twisted.
Produced by George W. Allen, with hauntingly evocative musical scores by Wilbur Hatch, The Whistler was a prime outlet for the cream of Hollywood's top radio performers - actors such as Wally Maher, Cathy and Elliott Lewis, Gerald Mohr, Lurene Tuttle, and Betty Lou Gerson, who emphasized skill over star power - as well as announcer Bill Forman in the title role, with Marvin Miller voicing the commercials.
Hear more of The Whistler's strange stories in this third Radio Archives collection - all original CBS broadcasts sponsored by Signal Oil, just as originally aired between June and November of 1942, restored to Sparkling audio quality by Radio Archives.
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Volume 2
Around Dodge City and in the territory on west -- there’s just one way to handle the killers and the spoilers -- and that’s with a U.S. Marshal and the smell of “Gunsmoke”! “Gunsmoke” starring William Conrad. The story of the violence that moved west with young America -- and the story of a man who moved with it. I’m that man, Matt Dillon, United States Marshal -- the first man they look for and the last they want to meet. It’s a chancy job -- and it makes a man watchful...and a little lonely.
In the 1870s, Dodge City, Kansas was located at the end of a very long cattle trail called The Great Western Cattle Trail, The Dodge City trail, or The Old Texas Trail. During the American War Between The States, the Civil War, cattle herds in the State of Texas had grown very large, since the south did not want beef delivered to the north during the conflict. As a result, at the end of the war, a method had to be found to market the animals by driving them north on cattle trails to cities that had access to the railroad. Herd attendants, or cowboys, were hired for the fourteen hundred mile drive, By the time they arrived at the railhead after sleeping in the open, eating miles and miles of dust, being served bad chuck wagon food, and enduring foul cattle smells, they were ready for a rip roaring time, which sometimes led to conflicts with the townspeople and the law officers who were protecting them.
Gunsmoke was an adult western and was the creation of writer, John Meston, and producer-director, Norman Macdonnell. It absolutely took the country by storm. Variety Magazine, called it "an amazing presentation," and The New York Times labeled it "Something new and entirely exciting in radio." Program stories centered around the cattle town of Dodge City, Kansas in the 1870s. If there ever was a program that accurately depicted the raw violence and danger of the early American west, radio Gunsmoke was it.
Listen to the Sparkling Audio Quality in Radio Archives restoration of Gunsmoke, Volume 2.
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Transcription Discs
Adventures by MorseFibber McGee and MollyMagic IslandMagic IslandHollywood Casting OfficeHollywood Spot LightKomedy KingdomLaff ParadeRhapsody In RhythmUnsorted Transcription Discs
This newsletter, the Anniversary Celebration spotlight is on Transcription Discs! Hundreds of transcription discs are 50% off. Every transcription disc is included. Whether you are a large disc collector or looking for a couple discs for decorations, this is the transcription disc sale of the year. The spotlight on Transcription Discs ends December 15th.
During radio's "Golden Age", most programs were aired live, rather than prerecorded. Luckily, many were recorded while they were being broadcast — sometimes so a sponsor, a producer, a director, or a performer could listen to them later, other times for legal purposes. Most were recorded onto 16" records, called electrical transcriptions or Transcription Discs. With the introduction of audio tape in the 1950s, transcriptions gradually became a thing of the past, with many being discarded in large quantities. As a result, with the passing of the years, they have become increasingly rare and hard to find.
Though it does take special equipment to play such a large record, many radio enthusiasts collect them. Some people are interested solely in discs from a favorite series, while others just like to own a few rare and high-quality transcription recordings to frame and hang on their wall.
Buying transcription discs has always been difficult whether it is finding them, bidding against others in an auction, watching the price quadruple in the last few seconds, or not knowing the quality of the seller or the discs. That has all changed. When you see a transcription disc on Radio Archives that you want to buy, add it to the shopping cart and we will ship it to you the same day. Our flat rate postage of only $4.00 for US orders can save you a lot of money on these heavy discs. Radio Archives has handled 30,000 transcription discs over the last 17 years and we know how to ship them safely.
Add the transcription discs you want to purchase to the shopping cart along with Old Time Radio CDs, Audiobooks, or Pulps that you want for a low $4 flat rate postage for everything in your order.
The Best of AdventureDoc Savage AudiobooksDoctor DeathDusty Ayres and his Battle BirdsG-8 and His Battle AcesThe Green LamaOld Time Radio AudiobooksOperator #5Sci-FiThe Secret 6Secret Agent XThe SpiderSingle Title Audiobooks
The Triumph of Captain Future
by Edmond Hamilton
Read by Milton Bagby

Racing to the Ringed Planet in Answer to Earth’s Clarion Call, the Wizard of Science seeks a Forbidden Elixir of Life—and Finds the City of Eternal Youth!
The Captain Future stories were not only populated with magnificent characters, but they were also set in a wild, imaginative, almost psychedelic universe. Edmond Hamilton built worlds and star systems that in many ways completely disregarded what the public knew to be true about outer space, but they did not care. Nearly every planet in our solar system could support life and danger lurked there, too. Although the original stories took place amongst familiar planets, Hamilton would take readers far beyond anything familiar in later tales.
Published from 1940 to 1951, Captain Future stories initially take place in the far flung year of 1990. As the series progressed, Hamilton moved away from pinning the ongoing adventures to a particular time and focusing more on forming continuity, where stories built on one another. This allowed for a freedom of imagination, for Hamilton to tell stories without restrictions.
Although Captain Future was initially modeled on Doc Savage, hints and influences of other heroes make their way into the stories as well. For instance, the Planet Police summon Captain Future with a signal flare fired into the sky, similarly to Batman, the Phantom Detective, and others. Also, Captain Future has a female interest, although he never fully admits that she might be a romantic one. A member of the Space Patrol, Joan Randall proves in story after story that she can stand alongside the Futuremen. She also clearly has affection for Curt Newton, waiting for him to acknowledge his feelings for her that as so many Pulp heroines do.
Rocket into science fiction adventure and discover new worlds. Ripped from the pages of the Fall 1940 issue of Captain Future magazine, “The Triumph of Captain Future” is read with wonder and excitement by Milton Bagby.
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Talons of Terror
by Emile C. Tepperman writing as Brant House
Read by Milton Bagby
A nameless mystery man with a wartime past, backed by a shadowy group of powerful philanthropists, Secret Agent “X” took on the toughest assignments of the dirty thirties. Operating out of the half-haunted Montgomery Mansion, X was also known as the Man of a Thousand Faces.
In ten days there were ten murders. Bestial terror talons ripped the heart and soul from a city—as they ripped life from its civic monarchs. And in the funeral wake of these awesome claws lay the dried, bloodless husks of what once were men. The Grim Reaper stalked the city with a handful of horror. Alone, bucking this mad march to the grave, was Secret Agent “X”—the Man of a Thousand Faces. Countless times had “X” manhunted murderers. But never before had his trail carried him up a corpse-runged ladder of human husks.
The enigma of enigmas, Secret Agent “X” has been deputized by a high government official to battle the darkest, most diabolical enemies of America before they sink their poisonous fangs into the nation’s healthy core. Operating out of the supposedly haunted Montgomery Mansion, Secret Agent “X” ventures forth in a bewildering array of false identities to infiltrate the darkest underbelly of the underworld—and destroy it from within. A master investigator of a thousand guises and surprises. The only clue to his true identity is his haunting whistle…..
Though Paul Chadwick was the creator and architect of the weird menace series that Secret Agent “X” would be, other well known Pulp writers also added their own contributions to the canon. All writing under the “Brant House name”, G. T. Fleming-Roberts, Emile C. Tepperman, and Wayne Rogers wrote Secret Agent “X” tales as well over the 41 story run.
Follow the Man of a Thousand Faces as he confronts the menace of Talons of Terror, ripped from Secret Agent “X” magazine, April 1935 and read with chilling intensity by Milton Bagby.
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#10 The Red Invader
by Frederick C. Davis writing as Curtis Steele
Read by Milton Bagby
A happy crowd, inspired by the spirit of Christmas, was milling joyously in Times Square, New York. Suddenly, cutting through the sounds of gayety, came a shrill whine. It became louder, and at the very second of midnight, a gigantic shell exploded, killing, maiming, destroying! At twelve hour intervals thereafter — no man knew in advance where — another shell burst devastatingly. Two great powers were openly accused in the newspapers. War — savage and bloody — was imminent, and Operator #5 realized that he had encountered his most cunning foe, the clever woman spy — Radi Havara!

Jimmy Christopher was the star of the most audacious pulp magazine ever conceived. With the rise of European fascism in the form of Benito Mussolini of Italy, Adolf Hitler of Nazi Germany and General Francisco Franco of Spain—not to mention myriad lesser despots and dictators—Americans began to fear for their future. The dread of being drawn into a second World War became a topic of grave concern in that Depression year of 1934.


At pulp magazine publisher Popular Publications, they took note of this isolationist trend and commissioned writer Frederick C. Davis to help develop a hero for their new monthly magazine, entitled Secret Service Operator #5.


“The basic concept of Operator #5 came from Harry Steeger, the publisher, or Rogers Terrill, the editor, or both,” Davis recalled. “It was that Operator #5 must save the United States from total destruction in every story, every month. When I was called in to start the series Terrill already had a cover illustration—the White House being blown up. I did the first Operator 5 around this picture.”


Into this unprecedented crisis plunged Jimmy Christopher. Only one man, but a man who embodied the American spirit — and stands prepared to perish to protect his country.

The Red Invader is read with stirring intensity by Milton Bagby. Originally published in the January, 1935 issue of Operator #5 magazine.
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The best of timeless Pulp now available as cutting edge eBooks, bringing the greatest heroes, awesome action, and two fisted thrills to your eReader! Presenting Pulp Icons such as the Spider, G-8 and His Battle Aces, Operator #5 as well as wonderfully obscure characters like the Octopus and Doctor Death. Radio Archives brings you the best of yesterday's Pulp today! All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility.
Battle Birds eBooksCaptain Combat eBooksCaptain Future eBooksDare-Devil Aces eBooksDime Mystery Magazine eBooksDoctor Death eBooksDusty Ayres eBooksG-8 and His Battle Aces eBooksThe Green Lama eBooksHorror Stories eBooksOperator #5 eBooksRangeland Romances eBooksRobert Weinberg Presents eBooksThe Secret 6 eBooksSingle Title eBooksThe Spider eBooksTerror Tales eBooks
Radio Archives Pulp Classics
The Spider #117 eBook
October 1943
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Total Pulp Experience. These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook and features every story, every editorial, and every column of the original pulp magazine. As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this series of eBooks.
Another epic exploit of America’s best-loved pulp-fiction character of the 1930s and 1940s: The Spider — Master of Men! Richard Wentworth — the dread Spider, nemesis of the Underworld, lone wolf anti-crime crusader who always fights in that grim no-man’s land between Law and lawless — returns in vintage pulp tales of the Spider, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Meet the Spider!
by Will Murray
A Book-Length Spider Novel
The Spider and Hell’s Factory
by Norvell W. Page writing as Grant Stockbridge
Only Richard Wentworth, Nita and two staunch friends stood in the path of a tidal wave of treason and destruction. For hell’s own handyman, The Chief, had moved into America’s greatest center of war industry, to organize a mass blood purge for all patriots!
Date for Dying — A Thrill-Packed Story
by Francis K. Allan
Headstrong, willful Connie would follow Red right through hell... And that was exactly where Red was going!
Death’s Dress Rehearsal — An Ed Race Story
by Emile C. Tepperman
A lead-slinging waitress led Ed Race on a homicidal game of murder tag — in which he was It!
The Web — A Department
Conducted by The Chief
Young America is tough!
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want. $3.99
Radio Archives Pulp Classics
Dime Mystery Magazine eBook
J O Quinliven and Raymond Whetstone
These exciting pulp adventures have been beautifully reformatted for easy reading as an eBook. As a special bonus, Will Murray has written an introduction especially for this Dime Mystery Magazine series of eBooks.
In 1934 a new type of magazine was born. Known by various names — the shudder pulps, mystery-terror magazines, horror-terror magazines — weird menace is the sub-genre term that has survived today. Dime Mystery Magazine was one of the most popular. It came from Popular Publications, whose publisher Harry Steeger was inspired by the Grand Guignol theater of Paris. This breed of pulp story survived less than ten years, but in that time, they became infamous, even to this day. This ebook contains a collection of stories from the pages of Dime Mystery Magazine, all written by Hugh B. Cave, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Dime Mystery Magazine — An Introduction
by Will Murray
Queen of the Undead — September 1935 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by Raymond Whetstone
David Graham was safe from blood-red lips — until the thin, golden chain of his crucifix broke!
Monster of the Mardi Gras — June 1936 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by J. O. Quinliven
Bert Lowe, whose sculptor’s hands had fashioned a thing of midnight terror, followed the trail it left — a trail of broken, maimed bodies — through the streets of a carnival-mad city to the home of the girl he loved!
The Horror I Thought Was Love — April 1937 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by J. O. Quinliven
I was no longer a man — I was becoming something else. Something rooted to the ground, covered with a rough scale, like bark, with writhing tendrils growing out of my fingers... For I was paying the price of the Swamp Queen’s love!
Dance of the Blood-Drinkers — May 1938 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by J. O. Quinliven
It came in an ordinary hat box — that grinning death’s head whose eyes followed the lovely body of my bride wherever she moved, until at last she lay naked beside it — on a bridal bed of evil passion!
Terror Has No Face — July 1938 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by Raymond Whetstone
Deep in the jungle four men left a companion to die. But the dead returned — and four men cowered in abject terror, for a faceless corpse had promised that they should die as it had — a hideous, faceless horror!
Frankenstein of Flesh and Blood — September 1938 issue of Dime Mystery Magazine
by J. O. Quinliven
I could not believe that fantastic tale of the mountain whites — that they had seen a monster whose food was the flesh of beautiful women and whose grip could pulverize the bones of the strongest man — until my unforgivable mistake delivered my sweetheart to the Demon of Cardin Hills...
Radio Archives Pulp Classics line of eBooks are of the highest quality and feature the great Pulp Fiction stories of the 1930s-1950s. All eBooks produced by Radio Archives are available in ePub and Mobi formats for the ultimate in compatibility. If you have a Kindle, the Mobi version is what you want. If you have an iPad/iPhone, Android, or Nook, then the ePub version is what you want. $3.99
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The Shadow
The Shadow Double Novel Reprints

Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? The Shadow knows! The Master of Darkness investigates collectible crime in two thrilling pulp novels by Walter B. Gibson writing as "Maxwell Grant." First, a supposedly insignificant French silver franc leads to murder and mayhem until The Shadow uncovers the sinister secret behind the "Death Token." Then, three foreign postage stamps cost the lives of three men, until Lamont Cranston infiltrates the underground collectors market to discover the mysterious mystery of the murderous buying power of the "Three Stamps of Death." BONUS: a lost Shadow adventure from the Golden Age of Radio! This special collector's volume showcases the original color pulp covers by George Rozen and Modest Stein and the classic interior illustrations by Edd Cartier and Paul Orban, with historical commentary by Will Murray and Anthony Tollin. Double Novel Reprint $14.95
Doc Savage
Doc Savage Double Novel ReprintsBooks by Will MurrayLost Radio Scripts bookDoc Savage Audiobooks
by Will Murray and Lester Dent, writing as Kenneth Robeson, cover illustration by Joe DeVito
When a man so anemic that he could be a vampire’s victim comes to Patricia Savage for rescue, the impetuous girl can’t say no. Excitement is her meat and danger her dessert.

Accompanied by Doc Savage aide, Monk Mayfair, Pat finds herself in the worst danger of her life. Wanted for murder, hounded by the minions of a weird mystery figure calling himself Chief Standing Scorpion, narrowly evading the hordes of the Vinegarroon tribe, the bronze-skinned golden girl battles her way to a sinister secret cached in an ancient ruin.

From the oilfields of Oklahoma to the forbidding Ozark Mountains, the trail of scorpionic doom winds. Will Pat Savage’s first great adventure also be her last? Softcover $24.95
by Will Murray and Lester Dent, writing as Kenneth Robeson, cover illustration by Joe DeVito
The deluded ravings of a madman and the absence of all sea life around a New England fishing village lure Doc Savage and his crew to an obscure island bristling with gunmen. The trail of terror leads to the ravaged coasts of Occupied Japan. There they fall into the clutches of an evil genius long believed dead, a shadowy figure who masterminded World War II… and who now seeks to plunge humidity into a fresh Armageddon.

Trained by the same teacher, both processed of a similar genius, Doc Savage and this malicious mastermind have fought before. And now, as the world lurches toward another global war, the Man of Bronze must defeat his most loathsome adversary yet…. Softcover $14.95

Volumes 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 13
Doc Savage and his Fabulous Five are legends of pulp fiction - and now you can get seven brand new issues of this exciting reprinted series of action-packed adventures with 14 of Doc Savage's best stories for one very low price!
 Start building your Doc Savage library today with this specially priced package from Radio Archives!
Seven Double Novel Reprints Sale priced at $45.32, normally $90.65
The Spider
Spider Double Novel ReprintsSpider Double Novel ReprintsThe Spider AudiobooksThe Spider eBooks
Pulp Reprints
The AvengerThe Black BatCap FuryNick CarterThe Phantom DetectiveThe Whisperer
Pulp Reprints
Adventure House replicas reproduce the entire pulp magazine and reprints the magazine on acid free paper. Not only is the lead story reprinted, all the backup stories, original artwork and even the wonderful advertisements are included. Adventure House replicas are the closest thing to an original pulp magazine at a fraction of the collector’s price.
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Captain Future
Spring 1942
Outlaws of the Moon by Edmond Hamilton
Curt Newton leads the valiant Futuremen in the thrilling fight to preserve a priceless lunar heritage! Follow the World’s
Greatest Space-farer, Captain Future, as he embarks on the most perilous exploits of his career.
The Alien Intelligence by Jack Williamson
Guinea Pig by Arthur K. Barnes
The Dummy That Saved Earth by Graph Waldeyer
Adventure House
128 pages
Published: 11/16
Cover Artist: Earle Bergey
Pulp Replica Reprint $14.95
The Phantom Detective
January 1943
Murder Makes the Bets by Robert Wallace
Death is the payoff when a diabolical master of crime turns to the sport world for his field of operations and hurls a bold challenge at the Phantom! Follow the daring exploits of Richard Curtis Van Loan as he battles to smash a million-dollar racket.
Maybe He’s Waiting by James Donnelly
Killer’s Pal by C.S. Montanye
Adventure House
112 pages
Published: 11/16
ISBN: 1-59798-125-7
ISBN-13: 978-1-59798-125-5
Pulp Replica Reprint $14.95

The Flight of the Hell Hawks by Robert J. Hogan
G-8 could see those Claws of Death, sharpened with hate and with the strength of steel, grasping Yank pilots from their pits and hurling them to horrible destruction. What was the ghastly secret that had given them life? How could brave men fight back at the Vultures who murdered them in the sky?
Adventure House
112 pages
Published: 11/16
Cover Art: Frederick Blakeslee
ISBN: 1-59798-587-2 $12.95

Planet Stories Special Issue
The Man The Tech-Men Made by Fox B. Holden
Sword of Tormain by Eric Storm
and more.
Adventure House
110 pages
Published: 11/16
Cover Art: Kelly Freas
Pulp Replica Reprint $12.95
Wide World Adventures
September 1929
The Vengeance of the Shark by Albert Richard Wetjen
Medico by Lt. W.J. Stamper
The Blind Boy of El Shetma by Warren Hastings Miller
Brown’s Tiger by P. Chamier Tripp
The Law of Their Kind by Anderson McCully
One More River To Cross by Major George Fielding Elliot
Shylock McLean’s Mutton Mail by George McPherson Hunter
Adventure House
144 pages
Published: 11/16
Cover Artist: H.W. Wesso
Pulp Replica Reprint $14.95
These 35 back issues of Adventure House replicas have been added to the Pulp Book Store today. Many more back issues are coming every newsletter plus new Pulp Replicas every month.


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OTR Sets library version
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