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.
Sky Fighters was one of the longest running "air" pulps beginning in 1932 and lasting until 1950. An amazing 118 issues were published during that time. Thrilling Publications published this one, along with its two sister aviation magazines Air War and The Lone Eagle. When the magazine began, it featured exciting tales of World War I, written by some of the men who actually flew in the skies above France. The magazine began featuring more contemporary stories as World War II loomed. By 1941, the magazine was entirely taken over by battles of the Allies against the Axis. After the end of the global conflict in 1946, the magazine featured a mixture of old and new tales, some containing aviation adventures not related to the wars. Sky Fighters returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Complete War-Air Novel
The Tough Don’t Pray
by Frederick C. Painton
Reckless combat in the flaming skies — that held all life’s meaning for these daring, courageous battling pilots!
Born To Fly — Complete Novelette
by George Bruce
Deacon Smith follows a ghostly shadow through fog-laden skies while death, and disaster ride hard on his trail!
Blunder Flight — Zooming Story
by F.E. Rechnitzer
Reed thought the boys in the night bombers had an easy time!
Traitor Patrol — Zooming Story
by Peter Barrett
Lieutenant Barnes pleads for one more chance to fight
Ace Killer — Zooming Story
by Bruce McAlester
Rex Regan zooms to pay a bullet debt!
Hellion’s Wings — Zooming Story
by Robert Sidney Bowen
Chattering vickers are not swift enough for this mystery pilot!
Caterpillar Club — Special Flying Feature
Story of Lieut. Norman R. Burnett
One of an exciting series of stories of thrilling escapes
The Ships on the Cover
by Eugene M. Frandzen
The Sopwith Camel, Famous Fighting Craft
Learn To Fly — Special Flying Feature
by Lieut. Jay D. Blaufox
We study the higher altitudes
Tarmac Talk — Special Flying Feature
by Eddie McCrae
Where readers and editor meet.