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.
Terence X. O'Leary, the world's greatest hero! He battles the lost empire of Lataki, hidden somewhere in the uncharted depths of South America. The evil Unuk, mighty high priest of Lataki who has lived for over five hundred years, sends out his mighty air ships to destroy America with their dyno-blast rays — a disintegration ray of vast power. Terance X. O'Leary, known as the Mighty Mick and also as the Sky Hawk, works together with his pal Peter Maher McGuffy to save mankind from world domination by the sinister powers of Lataki.
Science fiction mixed with aviation adventure in one of the shortest-lived of the hero pulps, Terence X. O'Leary's War Birds. In the first issue, published in March of 1935, Terence X. O'Leary traveled to Lataki to thwart an army of brainwashed scientists. In the second issue, April 1935, Terence X. O'Leary vanquished the threat from Lataki, making the world once again safe for humanity. The third, and final, issue told a new story in which O'Leary battled the powers of Neptunia, an underwater kingdom. But that's where it ended. The magazine, which had begun in 1928 under the title War Birds and which featured standard WWI aviation tales, returned to that title in October, 1935. Gone were the science fiction elements... and for its last two years, War Birds told straight air war stories from the Great War. It all ended with the final War Birds issue in October 1937. But for three unexpected issues from mid-1935, rocket-men wearing flying belts flew through the air, dispensing justice with their dyno-blasters. Terence X O'Leary's War Birds returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Warning: This story contains offensive, racist depictions and dialog.
Table of Contents:
Book-Length Thrill Novel
By Arthur Guy Empey
Wings of destruction flash over the earth at nine hundred miles per hour and the Mighty Mick matches magic with the vile ruler of a foul kingdom, a monster whose mission of vengeance knows no curb.
O’Leary’s Cash Contest
Terence X. O’Leary
What could be sweeter? Fifty big round shiny dollars to the eighteen winners of this month’s easy contest. Fun and money in this contest.
by War Bird Officers
A big meeting for War Birds from all over the world this month. Plenty of news, too!
Is That A Fact?
(The Sarge did this)
Here are plane facts that defy belief — yet each one is gospel truth.
Sky Hawk’s Duel — Cover
by Rudolph Belarski
Cover design from “O’Leary, Dyno-Blaster.”