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Blood ‘n’ Thunder: Spring 2011
Item BNTSP-2011
Blood ‘n’ Thunder: Spring 2011
This issue features a lengthy section devoted to Dime Detective, the long-running pulp magazine that was more influential to the development of hard-boiled crime fiction than any other save the legendary Black Mask. In addition to an overview of Dime Detective, the Spring 2011 Blood ‘n’ Thunder also has a never-before-reprinted story from the magazine’s November 1931 debut issue: Frederick Nebel’s “Death Alley,” starring the inimitable Cardigan of the Cosmos Detective Agency. Also: Martin Grams Jr. presents a detailed history of The Shadow’s early years (1930-32) on radio, famous collector Walker Martin reminisces about collecting pulps, Daniel J. Neyer covers the 1937 cliffhanger serial Tim Tyler’s Luck, Ed Hulse discusses a 1941 Wild Bill Elliott “B” Western adapted from a story by detective-pulp specialist Norbert Davis, and more. This 108-page issue is packed with illustrations. 
Cover Art by Walter Baumhofer
108pp. 8x10 inch TPB
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