This specially-priced set includes all ten books in Series 7 of The Argosy Library:
- Kingdom Come by Martin McCall
- Henry Rides the Danger Trail: The Complete Tales of Sheriff Henry, Volume 3 by W.C. Tuttle
- Z is for Zombie by Theodore Roscoe
- The Bait and the Trap: The Complete Adventures of Tizzo, Volume 2 by Max Brand
- Minions of Mars by William Gray Beyer
- Swords in Exile: The Rakehelly Adventures of Cleve and d’Entreville, Volume 2 by Murray R. Montgomery
- Men With No Master: The Complete Adventures of Robin the Bombardier by Roy de S. Horn
- The Torch by Jack Bechdolt
- King of Chaos and Other Adventures: The Johnston McCulley Omnibus by Johnston McCulley
- The Blind Spot by Austin Hall & Homer Eon Flint
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This specially-priced set includes all ten books in Series 6 of The Argosy Library:
- The Complete Cases of The Mongoose by Johnston McCulley
- The Girl and The People of the Golden Atom by Ray Cummings
- The Gray Dragon: The Adventures of Peter the Brazen, Volume 2 by Loring Brent
- The Golden City by Ralph Milne Farley
- The House of Invisible Bondage: The Complete Cabalistic Cases of Semi Dual, the Occult Detector by J.U. Giesy & Junius B. Smith
- The Scrap of Lace: The Complete Cases of Madame Storey, Volume 1 by Hulbert Footner
- The Tower of Death: The Adventures of Scarlet and Bradshaw, Volume 3 by Theodore Roscoe
- The Devil-Tree of El Dorado: The Saga of Monella, Volume 1 by Frank Aubrey
- The Firebrand: The Complete Adventures of Tizzo, Volume 1 by Max Brand
- Marching Sands and The Caravan of the Dead: The Harold Lamb Omnibus by Harold Lamb
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This specially-priced set includes all ten books in Series 5 of The Argosy Library:
- Eric of the Strong Heart by Victor Rousseau
- Murder on the High Seas and The Diamond Bullet: The Complete Cases of Gillian Hazeltine by George F. Worts
- A Columbus of Space and The Moon Metal: The Garrett P. Serviss Omnibus, Volume 1 by Garrett P. Serviss
- The Woman of the Pyramid and Other Tales: The Perley Poore Sheehan Omnibus, Volume 1 by Perley Poore Sheehan
- The Black Tide: The Complete Adventures of Bellow Bill Williams, Volume 1 by Ralph R. Perry
- The Nine Red Gods Decide: The Complete Adventures of Cordie, Soldier of Fortune, Volume 2 by W. Wirt
- A Grave Must Be Deep! by Theodore Roscoe
- The American by Max Brand
- The Complete Adventures of Koyala, Volume 1 by John Charles Beecham
- The Cult Murders by Alan Forsyth
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A classic fantasy story from the pages of Argosy, “The Torch” is one of the pulp’s earliest post-apocalyptic stories: following the near-destruction of the world from a comet collision, society now exists in two groups: the aristocrats who live in “The Tower,” where the skyscrapers once existed, and the “Folk,” who reside in the the abandoned subway tunnels. This edition includes the original illustrations from its later publication in Famous Fantastic Mysteries by Lawrence Sterne Stevens.
The Argosy Library #68
A classic of science fiction, “The Blind Spot” is considered one of the first parallel world stories, and one of the most popular fantasy stories to see publication in Argosy. Includes the original illustrations from its later publication in Famous Fantastic Mysteries by Virgil Finlay.
The Argosy Library #70
Two of the most influential science fiction classics from the heyday of The All-Story are reprinted from their original magazine texts. Pioneering the subatomic fiction genre and inspiring a legion of imitators, Ray Cummings’ short story, “The Girl in the Golden Atom” spawned a novel-length sequel the following year. Included here are the Virgil Finlay and Frank R. Paul illustrations from the stories’ subsequent appearances in Famous Fantastic Mysteries, as well as an introduction by Will Murray.
The lost continent of Mu! The story has often been told of how it exists unknown and uncharted in the mid-Pacific, glimpsed by sailors once in a century. But Adams Mayhew, lost overboard from a whaling ship, found himself at the shores of the mystic land… and began a strange adventure… for Mayhew would soon be pit against The Spider—mad genius of Mu—with the existence of that lost Pacific continent at stake. Featuring the original illustrations from the story’s original appearance in Argosy, as well as those from Famous Fantastic Mysteries by the incomparable Virgil Finlay.
A Columbus of Space and The Moon Metal: The Garrett P. Serviss Omnibus, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)
This first of two omnibus collections of pulp classics by science fiction pioneer Garrett P. Serviss, which originally appeared in the pages of The All-Story magazine.
A Columbus of Space: A trip to Venus brings a group of explorers into contact with the inhabitants of that mysterious planet… and if they can survive the dangers they pose, they’ll need to figure out an escape back to earth. An early science fiction classic.
The Moon Metal: After the collapse of the gold market and the world in an economic collapse, a mysterious doctor offers the world a new financial standard: the rare metal, artemsium. But just what is the secret of this new metal?
The Argosy Library #44
The Woman of the Pyramid and Other Tales: The Perley Poore Sheehan Omnibus, Volume 1 (The Argosy Library)
A pioneer of the fantastic fiction genre that spawned a thousand imitators, Perley Poore Sheehan was one of the most popular authors of the pulps of the 1910s–30s. This oversized edition collects four of Sheehan’s best stories from the pages of The All-Story and Argosy—stories which have never before been reprinted—and it’s headlined by his fantasy classic “The Woman from the Pyramid”: Carlton, an Egyptologist encounters the woman who’s been haunting him in his dreams, and in his quest to learn who she is, he finds himself thrown five thousand years in the past, reincarnated as an Egyptian nobleman.
The Argosy Library #43
One of the most historically significant Twentieth Century science fiction series ever published is at last collected. A pioneer in pulp science fiction, Ray Cummings inspired an entirely-new fiction genre with his influential story originally published in 1919, The Girl in the Golden Atom, which introduced the world to a series of short stories and novels known as his “Matter, Space and Time” range.
This suite of stories featured the Scientific Club: a group of New York-based socialites of revolving membership who either recounted these tales of fantastic science—or were directly involved in these tales which originally appeared in the top magazines of the 1920s: All Story Weekly, Argosy, Detective Story Magazine, Flynn’s, and Science and Invention, among others.
This collection assembles all of the Scientific Club stories, sourced directly from their original magazine appearances… most of which have never before been reprinted. In addition, this deluxe edition includes all of Cummings’ Scientific Club stories which appeared exclusively in the United Kingdom. It also gathers the later Scientific Club stories from a brief revival in the mid-1930s.
No stone has been left unturned for this edition: two hitherto-unknown Scientific Club stories were discovered, and these have been included, along with 26 other stories. And among the many bonus features is a rare, alternate, early version of one of the Scientific Club stories.
Rounded out by vintage illustrations by Virgil Finlay, Frank R. Paul, Norman Saunders, Amos Sewell, Modest Stein, and Lawrence Sterne Stevens, and with an all-new introduction by Will Murray, The Complete Tales of the Scientific Club is a book one hundred years in the making.
Casewrap hardcover edition.
A nice reader-condition set of the important fantasy pulp from 1939-53, Famous Fantastic Mysteries. This 81-issue set includes classic stories from the Frank A. Munsey pulp archives, as well as several fantasy/science fiction classic novels. A solid reader set. Some copies should be upgraded: there is at least one issue which is lacking a back cover. This is an essential title for any serious pulp collector’s library.
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