“Breed of Battle” is a Sailor Steve Costigan short story by Robert E. Howard. It was originally published in the November 1931 issue of Action Stories. Here it is published under the title “Samson had a soft spot” and the author named Mark Adam (really Robert E. Howard).

Contents

  • “Punches on Parade” by Doc McGee (Column)
  • “Johnson vs. Willard” by Jack Kofoed (True story)
  • “Samson Had a Soft Spot” by Mark Adam (Robert E. Howard)
  • “Stand-In for the Champ” by Barney Barnett
  • “We Wuz Robbed!” by C. A. Osier
  • “Dive Bomber” by Tom O’Neill
  • “The Sock-Absorber” by Pat Stagg

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Publisher : Fight Stories, Inc. (Fiction House)
Year : Spring 1942
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Format : Periodical (Pulp Magazine)
Pages : 132
Cover : Unknown
Illustrations : Unknown
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Fight Stories – Spring 1942

“Breed of Battle” is a Sailor Steve Costigan short story by Robert E. Howard. It was originally published in the November 1931 issue of Action Stories. Here it is published under the title “Samson had a soft spot” and the author named Mark Adam (really Robert E. Howard).

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