Almost every pulp had at least one ad for next month's featured stories. Here are some samples from Weird Tales and Oriental Stories.
Monday, June 7, 2010
The Canadian pulp, Uncanny Tales, reprinted Howard's "Always Comes Evening," which originally appeared in The Phantagraph in 1936. Wartime Canadian pulps are extremely rare. This was the final issue of Uncanny Tales. This copy was scanned from the Richardson collection.
I've got a day or two to kill before Howard Days this year, and I'm going through some old scans looking for items of interest. Here are the two covers for the July-August 1934 issue of Marvel Tales. These are ancient scans, from the Darrell Richardson collection. These were probably included in the recent auction of a small part of the Richardson collection.