I'm a big fan of John Gunnison's High Adventure series, one of the many fine publications from Adventure House. The latest issue is number 109 (the first 23 appeared under the title Pulp Review), and the series is still going strong. Cover price on the most recent issues is $8.95 - and that's a bargain.
But right now, John is offering 35 different issues (including all those shown here) for only $3 each. For fans of pulp adventure, there's no better deal anywhere.
My favorite ish, of course, is Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective, reprinting seven rollicking Dan Turner stories from the January 1943 issue of Dan's mag. Another reprints the entire first issue of G-Men, introducing special Agent Dan Fowler. Also for mystery fans, there's a great collection of four "Suicide Squad" tales from Ace G-Man, by Emile Tepperman (who did many intense Spider and Operator 5 novels).
On the mystery edge of the Hero Pulps, you'll find an issue of Secret Agent X, and three of Phantom Detective. Costumed pulp heroes are represented by the Green Lama from Double Detective (4 issues) and The Black Bat from Black Book Detective (2). Then there are the Doc Savage wannabes, Captain Hazzard, Captain Zero (2), and Jim
Anthony, Super-Detective. And five great issues of the legendary "Purple Invasion" series from Operator 5.
Roaming farther afield, there's Jungle Stories star Ki-Gor, the next best thing to Tarzan, in three issues (featuring two novels each). And if you like air war, check out the first two issues of Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds, or Frederick C. Painton's novel-length series, The Conquest of America". Also on sale (at $4 each) are several issues of another Adventure House series, G-8 and his Battle Aces.
Ready to click that mouse? Here's the link: Adventure House Price Specials. And while you're on the site, check out the many other amazing books.