The Lost Lady

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The Devil’s Bride

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Includes “The Thing on the Roof” by Robert E. Howard. This entire issue can be downloaded here

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The Brain Thief

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Wait, whose brain is about to get stolen? That guy looks like he is about to lose his head.

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The Bat-Men of Thoriom

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The Devil Plant

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The Ghost Table

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This seminal pulp marks the very first appearance of the Cthulhu Mythos by H. P. Lovecraft, via the oft-imitated but never surpassed story The Call of Cthulhu. It also contains The Dream Snake by Conan creator Robert E. Howard.

Of course, neither of those stories were quite good enough to get featured on the cover, which went to “an exciting tale of occult phenomena – a rampant beast, lusting to kill, this table with the tiger-claws.”

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