Weird Tales from December 1932 was the first issue with a Conan story. It featured ‘The Phoenix on the Sword’ where Conan is King.It is actually a rewritten King Kull story.
Girasol Collectables did a great replica of the original with scanned text and interior art right from the original pulp pages. No editing. No reset text.
- The Door to Yesterday • [Jules de Grandin] • (1932) • novelette by Seabury Quinn
- The Man Who Conquered Age • (1932) • novelette by Edmond Hamilton
- Thrice Haunted • (1932) • poem by Alfred I. Tooke
- The Phoenix on the Sword • [Conan] • (1932) • novelette by Robert E. Howard
- The Quick and the Dead • (1932) • short story by Vincent Starrett
- Buccaneers of Venus (Part 2 of 6) • [Grandon • 3] • (1932) • serial by Otis Adelbert Kline
- The Lives of Alfred Kramer • (1932) • short story by Donald Wandrei
- Frankenstein (Part 8 of 8) • [Frankenstein] • (1932) • serial by Mary Shelley
If you like to read a copy of this (brown pages and all), just click the button below. I’ve grabbed it from the Luminist Archives
|Publisher :||Popular Fiction Publishing Company|
|Year :||December 1932|
|Replica by:||Girsasol Collectables – ??|
|Cover :||J. Allen St. John|
|Illustrations :||Listed under notes|
Weird Tales Volume 20 Number 6.
Andrew Brosnatch (The Eyrie)