That guy is really not paying attention.
Also featuring Queen Of Venus and The Man Who. This entire issue can be downloaded here
Also, Scourge Of The Corpse Clan and Horror’s Handmaidens. This entire issue can be downloaded here
This entire issue can be downloaded here
This was the first and only issue. It also included Beyond Hell, The Earth-Stealers, and Speed Will Be My Bride, and included interior art by Jack Kirby, Joe Simon and Alex Schomburg.
The cover itself is a bit of a mystery. The ISFDB and Wikipedia lists it as a Norman Saunders, but NormanSaunders.com disagrees, and to me it looks nothing like Saunders’ work. ComicsBookStories has it tagged as H.J. Ward, which looks slightly more plausible, but still seems unlikely.
UPDATE: It’s John Walter Scott!
The entire issue can be downloaded here
This painting was published as a pulp cover twice: first as the cover for Star Detective Stories, July 1938, and with a second publication as the cover for Detective Short Stories, June 1941.
The complete issue of Star Detective Stories can be downloaded here
A novel about auto racing — as high-speed, high-powered and death-defying as the world’s most dangerous sport
This first issue of Future Fiction included an ad offering the original art for this cover to the person who sends in the best “letter of comment” about this issue. No one seems to know what happened to it.