Comics, Pulps, and Paperbacks: Why such a discrepancy in values?
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4 hours ago, Hap Hazard said:

I was happy to find one copy!

 

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Nice copy! I've been collecting PB's for over 30 years and this is one i've just never sold when I found one. I still have my original copy from the 80's that I pulled out when I sold 95% of my vintage paperback collection to Jon Warren in the '90's.

I have 3 but i'd be a hoarder for more. It's 2nd place to Reform School Girl in iconic vintage paperback covers in my book. Marijuana Girl in the original Uni-Book edition is #3 (IMHO)

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22 hours ago, porcupine48 said:

So-does this fit better here,or in the pulp thread?

 

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Honestly, with the digests I figure it's pretty much a toss-up; they fit both places fairly well.

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3 hours ago, ThothAmon said:

Box mates. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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So many great books in the post,but I just :luhv:this one.

I really want to know what that red Dwarf has to say!

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1 hour ago, porcupine48 said:

So many great books in the post,but I just :luhv:this one.

I really want to know what that red Dwarf has to say!

https://archive.org/details/Fantastic_Adventures_v09n03_1947-05_unz.org

I think it's one of the Shaver Mystery stories, actually.

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12 hours ago, OtherEric said:

https://archive.org/details/Fantastic_Adventures_v09n03_1947-05_unz.org

I think it's one of the Shaver Mystery stories, actually.

Thanks man,you're awesome.

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3 hours ago, Surfing Alien said:

An Asimov masterpiece in the single format

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Great cover on that book. Oddly and perhaps due to my focusing on Ace doubles, I had just seen this cover for the first time about 2 weeks ago.  On a related note Asimov's first novel of this series "Foundation" still holds up pretty high on the lists of classic sci-fi novels of the 50's.  See the link below to classic sci-fi of 1934 to 1963, compiled by hilobrow, with some iconic pulp magazines included.

https://www.hilobrow.com/golden-age-sci-fi/

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