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Authors: Robert Wallace, Robert Reginald, D.L. Champion, Rafael De Soto by multiple authors The Phantom Detective - February 1934 book books The Phantom Detective - Death's Diary - February, 04/3, The Phantom Detective - Murder City - April, 05/2, The Phantom Detective - Diamonds of Death - June.
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The Phantom Detective Series. The Phantom (in the stories, no one ever called him the Phantom Detective) was wealthy playboy Richard Curtis Van Loan. Having experienced action and adventure in the big war (WW I) he became bored. Frank Havens, the publisher of the New York Clarion challenged his young friend to solve a case the police couldn't.
The Phantom Detective pulp lasted for issues from February, through Fall, Richard Curtis Van Loan -- The Phantom Detective. The greatest sleuth of all time. A worthy successor to Auguste Dupin, The Phantom Detective - February 1934 book Holmes, Arsene Lupin and Philo Vance.
It was a great idea to "resurrect" the Phantom Detective, and Robert Reginald was the right man to do it. He uses the familiar "book-within-a-book" device to achieve his purpose, but handles the plot mechanism with deftness of touch and a soupçon of irony. His Phantom is /5(5). The Phantom Detective Index 04/2 12 Death's Diary February, 04/3 13 The Tick-Tack-Toe Murders March, 05/1 14 Murder City April, 05/2 15 The Crimson Killer May, 06/1 16 Diamonds of Death June, 06/2 17 The Talking Dead July, 06/3.
The Phantom Detective: The character was based on D. Champion’s Mr. Death that ran in Leo Margulies, head editor of the Ned Pines pulp house, BETTER PUBLICATIONS, had Champion make some changes to his story, and in February the Phantom Detective was born full-grown in his own magazine.
It lasted for twenty years, ending in with issues. Pulp magazines (often referred to as "the pulps"), also collectively known as pulp fiction, refers to inexpensive fiction magazines published from through the s. The typical pulp magazine was seven inches wide by ten inches high, half an inch thick, and pages long.
A facsimile reprint of the very first issue of the classic pulp magazine, The Phantom Detective (original publication date: February ). It contains a complete novel about The Phantom Detective ("The Emperor of Death"), plus 3 short stories and an editorial ("Introducing the Phantom Detective").
Pulp magazines (often referred to as the pulps), also collectively known as pulp fiction, refers to inexpensive fiction magazines published from through the s. The typical pulp magazine was seven inches wide by ten inches high, half an inch thick, and pages long. Pulps were printed.
Phantom Detective (Korean: 탐정 홍길동: 사라진 마을; RR: Tamjeong Honggildong: Sarajin Maeul; lit."Detective Hong Gil-Dong: Disappeared Village") is a South Korean film noir action comedy film directed and written by Jo Sung-hee.
Its central protagonist is a modern iteration of the classic Korean folk hero Hong was released in South Korea on May 4, Music by: Kim Tae-seong.
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Series by cover. 1–7 of 88 The Sign of Death [issue 11] by G. Wayman Jones: January - vol 4, no. 2: Death's Diary [issue 12] by Robert Wallace: February - vol 4, no. 3: The Tick-Tack-Toe Murders [issue 13] by Robert Wallace: March - vol 5, no.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Gary Lovisi starts the book off with his tale, The Phantom Menace, where the mayor sets the police against the Phantom. But as we quickly learn, he’s getting his orders from someone else. Gary always gives us a good story.
Gene Moyers’ tale, Circle of Despair could have been in a pulp Phantom Detective issue, /5(2). Midway through “Phantom Detective” — a South Korean noir equally torn between slayings and sentiment — a pretty-boy detective named Hong (Lee Je.
First Appearance: The Phantom Detective: The Emperor of Crime (Phantom Detective Publishing, February ) Powers/Abilities: Good fighter, highly skilled detective.
History: Playboy Richard Curtis Van Loan found post-war life boring after facing action during the Great War, until his publisher friend Frank Havens challenged him to solve a.
“The Tomb’s Secret,” by Robert E. Howard, originally appeared in Strange Detective Stories, February “Names in the Black Book,” by Robert E.
Howard, originally appeared in Strange Detective Stories, May “Graveyard Rats,” by Robert E. Howard, originally appeared in 4/5(32). The Phantom Detective has 9 entries in the series. Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide. Origin. The Phantom Detective was the second pulp adventure hero character published after The Shadow.
The first issue was dated Februarya month before Doc Savage - March From our Membership Agreement "Lulu is a place where people of all ages, backgrounds, experience, and professions can publish, sell, or buy creative content such as novels, memoirs, poetry, cookbooks, technical manuals, articles, photography books, children's books, calendars, and a host of other content that defies easy categorization.
Lee Falk was born on April 28 inMissouri, USA and died on Ma in New York, NY, USA. The year of his birth was something which Lee consistently preferred to keep to himself.
Many different birthyears have been reported in various books. Other hero pulps include Doc Savage (March Summer ), the first issue of which is worth around £2,; The Phantom Detective (February Summer ), The Spider (October December ) and Operator #5 (April November ).
Many of these pulps and other similar titles later converted into comic books with which they. * The Crime of Fu Kee Wong [Richard Curtis Van Loan (The Phantom Detective)], (na) The Phantom Detective Apras by G. Wayman Jones. * The Crimson Killer [Richard Curtis Van Loan (The Phantom Detective)], (na) The Phantom Detective Mayas by Robert Wallace.
* Crush-Out, (ss) Detective Tales May Detective Tales (UK) Oct Standard revives G-Men Detective, Black Book and Phantom Detective magazines with the Winter, issues, but cancels them immediately.
The Masked Rider is folded with the April issue, and The Rio Kid and Range Riders Western follow a month or two later. For all intents and purposes, the Heroic Era is over.
THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE, February Fiction Contents: THE HOUSE OF MURDERS by Robert Wallace MASKED FACES by Norman A. Daniels BAFFLING BLUFF by Alfred I. Tooke DEATH, THE CHAMP by George McNeil DEATH ARROW by Ray Cummings Pulp Sized Magazine: 7 x 10 inch pages $ ISBN Library with Books of Science and Adventure.
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Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.While visiting the local library, Bruce and Dick witness an attempt to kill a police inspector who, years before, had brought a criminal to justice who escaped and swore revenge on him.And none of his pulp characters was more popular than ED JENKINS, "The Phantom Crook," who appeared in the pages of Black Mask.
In fact, Jenkins starred in more Gardner stories than any of his other creations, even Mason, making an astounding 73 appearances and when, at one point, the author considered dropping Jenkins, his fans prot ested.