TRUE DETECTIVE, Police & Crime Magazines

1940's to 1990's, For Sale ;

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We Update this Webpage Two to Four Times Per Week. All Listings are CURRENT. [Other than the Rare occasion where we forget to Delete a sold item] New arrivals are Listed as soon as they Come in. We get 100's of Requests for Issues that are NOT Listed on this site. If the TITLE of the Magazine is LISTED, but the DATE you want is NOT Listed, then we DO NOT have it & we can NOT help you. If the TITLE of the True Detective Magazine you want is NOT LISTED, then we DO NOT have it & we can NOT help you. [We do NOT HIDE inventory]; Instead, if NOT LISTED, please SEARCH ELSEWHERE (Like eBay and Google); We DO add new inventory when it comes in, but usually only 1-2 Collections PER YEAR come in. SAVE this SITE address, and RE-CHECK every 2-4 MONTHS to see if any NEW items have been Listed; Thank You! .... Doug Sulipa

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Sorry, we DO NOT Search Contents, UNLESS you know the exact TITLE and YEAR where the Article was Published (NOT when the Event took Place);

**** We gets 100's of Requests to Search the Contents of our 2000+ True Detective Magazines;
Unfortuntely we cannot do Contents search on our magazines, as it is far too LABOUR INTENSIVE and ALMOST NEVER comes up with positive results.

If the specific story searched for is NOT on the Cover or Index page (and they RARELY are), it can take up to 10 Mintues to search thru one single magazine for a name, person, crime, or place. We could easily spend many many hours ($50 to $500+ worth of labour at our cost) of searching for an magazine that sells for $6 to $15 and still come up with NOTHING;

**** The story might NEVER have appeared in the "True Detective" magazine [There are over 100 different magazines very similar to "True Detective" = Such as; CRIME DETECTIVE, DETECTIVE CASES, FRONT PAGE DETECTIVE, INSIDE DETECTIVE, MASTER DETECTIVE, OFFICIAL DETECTIVE STORIES, POLICE GAZETTE, STARTLING DETECTIVE, & Many others); About 75% of these types of requests, the customer ask for "True Detective" magazine not realizing there are over 100

similar titles. What they are actually asking for is the GENRE of "True Detective" style magazines & not the actual "True Detective" Title. For those who ask for an issue of "True Detective" magazine, the chances are about 1 in 100 that they have the Correct Title. There is NO KNOWN DATABASE anywhere on the internet that indexes the Genre of True Detective Style magazines by People, Crime, Name & Places, thus Millions of page by page searches would be required.

**** In Addition (for Example); Just because the event you are looking for took place in (for example) 1938-1941, does not mean there was an article on it and/or that it was published in 1938-1941, almost all the articles are published well after the Trial is Over (Sometimes 5, 10, 25, 50 or even 100 Years after the Event took place)

If the article DOES exist, it could have appeared in a magazine article anywhere from 1938 thru to 1980 and beyond;
**** If you can supply us an Exact Magazine Title & Date that Magazine was published (NOT the date the event took place) we can check a maximum of 6 issues in our IN-STOCK Inventory ONLY. If you cannot, we will not able to help you. Your best hope (if you do NOT know the exact issue) is, to start an on-line BLOG on (Facebook, a Chatroom or elsewhere), perhaps someone will find it & be able to ID the exact issue for you.

**** If you do find out the exact date, and we do NOT have it listed, you might be able to get a Photoduplication copy of the Article from the Library of Congress;

Thank You! .... Doug Sulipa

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TRUE DETECTIVE, Police & Crime Magazines

1940's to 1990's, For Sale ;


ACTUAL CRIME STORIES (Super Pub.) 1946 (September);


ACTUAL DETECTIVE STORIES (Detective Stories Pub. Co.);

1940 (March); (June);

1941 (April); (December);

1942 (January); (March); (May); (August); (September); (November);

1943 (January); (February); (April); (July); (December);


AMAZING DETECTIVE CASES (Crime Files Inc.)

1943 (January);

1949 (March);


AMERICAN DETECTIVE (Artvision Pub. Co.) 1936 (March);


AUTHENTIC DETECTIVE CASES (You Pub. Co.)

1944 – Volume 1 #2(Spring); #4(Winter);

1945 – Volume 1 #5(June);

1946 – April; June;

1950 – June;

1952 – September;


BAFFLING DETECTIVE FACT CASES (Baffling Mysteries Inc.);

1945 - Volume 1 #2(August);

1946 – February, July, October;

1947 – January;


BERNARR MACFADDEN'S NEWEST DETECTIVE MAGAZINE (Bermac associates inc.)

1947 – Volume 1 #2(February);


BEST DETECTIVE CASES (Fawcett)

1954 – Volume 1 #3;

1957 – Volume 1 #5;


BEST TRUE FACT DETECTIVE CASES (Newsbook Pub.);

1944 – September;

1953 – December;

1955 – June; August;


BEST DETECTIVE CASES (Globe Communications Corp) -

#37(1987); #40 (1990); 41(1991), 42(1992), 44(1994), 45(1995);


BIG DETECTIVE CASES (Super Publications) -

1944= August (Harold Bennett painted cover; G/VG $18);

1946 – September (PHOTO cover; VG/FN $29);



BID DETECTIVE CASES (Dell)

1954 – (May/June);

1955 – November;

1956 – January;


CERTIFIED DETECTIVE CASES (WM.H. Wise And Co.);

1944 – August; December;

1945 - #5;

1946 – Autumn;

1947 – Winter;


CODE 5 DETECTIVE 1975 YEARBOOK #1



COMPLETE DETECTIVE CASES (Postal Pub. Inc.);

1947 – October;

1948 – October(Murder of the Winsome Widow PHOTO cover; illustrated with many actual News Photo's; VG, but with 75% of page 29/30 missing = $6)

1949 – March;

1954 – Fall;


CONFIDENTIAL DETECTIVE CASES (Close-Up Inc.)

1944 – February;

1945 – September; November;

1946 – June;

1947 – May;

1948 – July;

1949 – November;

1957 – March;

1961; January


CONFIDENTIAL DETECTIVE CASES (Pontiac Publishing Corp) - Volume 26 #4 (August 1974)

CONFIDENTIAL DETECTIVE CASES (U.K.; Strato Pub.); #4 (No Date);

CONFIDENTIAL DETECTIVE YEARBOOK (Sterling House Pub.) - #9(1964);

CRIME (Countrywide Publications Inc.) - Volume 3 #1(February 1977),


CRIME BEAT (54 Corp. Pub.) -

1992 April (Cher cover), May (Marilyn Monroe Cover), June (John Gotti cover), July, October;

1993 - March, April;


CRIME CONFESSIONS (Crime Confessions Inc.)

1941 (September);

1942 (December);

1943 January (Fragile Pages, FA/G, reading copy = $8.00)


CRIME DETECTIVE (Crime Detective Inc.; New Jersey, USA);

1940 – Volume 2 #6(May);

1941 – February);

1942; (Volume 4 #10; September; G/VG $18), November

1943 – September; October; December;

1944 – Fall;

1945 – Fall; Winter;

1946 – February; June; October;

1947 – January; March; July;

1948 – February; August; October; December;

1952 – December;

1958 – January;


CRIME DETECTIVE (Pontiac Pub.; New York. USA)

1975 - December;


CRIME FACT DETECIVE CASES (Astro Dist. Corp.)

1945 (#20);


CRIME FIGHT (GCR Publishing Group) - Volume 1 #1 (Summer 1985);

CURRENT DETECTIVE (Opportunity Pub. Co.)

1945 – Volume 1 #5(May); (Winter);

1946 – February, Spring, July;

1947 – January


CRIME FILES (Morse Communications)

Volume-1 #2 (11/1970; VG/FN $12);


DARING CRIME CASES (Norman Book Company Pub.)

Volume 3 #19(no Date);

Volume 5 (#25; No Date);

Volume 6 #6(no date);


DARING DETECTIVE (Graphic Arts Corp.)

1935 – July;

1942 – January, February, March, June;


DARING DETECTIVE TABLOID (Graphic Arts Corp.) 1935 May);


DETECTIVE CASES (Brookside Ent. Inc.)

1959 – May;

1962 - April;


DETECTIVE CASES (Globe Communications Corp Pub.) -

1961; August

1984; October,

1984 (February, October, December);

1985 (February, December);

1986 (April, June);

1987 (February, April, October, December);

1989 (April, December);

1990 (February, June, August, October, December);

1991 (February, June, August, October, December);

1992 (February, April, May);

1993; February(VG $6); April(FN/VF $8);

1994; February(G/VG $5); June(VF $9); August(G/VG $5);

1994;September(FN/VF $8); October(FN/VF $8); December(VG/FN, but 15% of cover cut off near top = FA $2);

1995; April(VF $4.50); December(FN/VF $8);


DETECTIVE CASES SPECIAL FEATURE (Wm. H. Wise & Co. Editorial; New York, New York; February/1945 );


DETECTIVE DRAGNET (Globe Communications Corp Pub.) -

1985 (April, October);

1986 (August);

1987 (April);

1988; December

1989 (April, December);

1990 (February, April, June, August, December);

1991 (February, April, October);

1992 (February);

1993 (February, April, October, December);

1994 (February, August, October);

1995 ( December);


DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY (Frank A. Munsel);

1941 – (January 25); (February 1); (February 8); (February 15); (February 22); (March 8); (March 15); (April 5); (April 12); (April 19); (May 31); (June 7); (June 14); (July 5); (July 12); (July 19); (July 26); August 2);

1942 – (February 7);


DETECTIVE FILES (Globe Communications Corp Pub.) -

1976 – May;

1984 (March);

1985 (July, September);

1987 (March, May);

1988 (November);

1989 (January, November);

1990 (January, May, September, November);

1991 (January, May, July, September, November);

1992 (January, May, November);

1993; January(FN $7); March(VG/FN $6); November(VG/FN $6);

1994; January(FN $7); March(VG $5); May(FN $7); November(VF $8);

1995;January(VF $8); March(FN/VF $7); November(FN/VF $7);

1996 (September);


DETECTIVE WORLD (Jalart house Inc.) - August 1971;


DETECTIVE WORLD (World at War Pub. Co.)

1945 – September; November;

1946 – January; February; April;

1947 – February;


DETECTIVE YEARBOOK (Magazine Prod. Inc.) 1946; 1947; (1972 September);


EXPOSE DETECTIVE (Skye Publishing Co. Inc.) -

1948 – May;

1959 - January;


EYEWITNESS DETECTIVE (Detective News Pub.) 1956 - September;


FACTUAL DETECTIVE STORIES (Pastime Publications/ Alval Pub.; Toronto, Ontario) -

1945 – October);

Volume 4 #24(April 1946; G/VG $18 ),Volume-4 #26 (no date; Circa early 1940's; G $16),



FACTUAL DETECTIVE YEARBOOK (Dell) 1954 (#10);


FAMOUS CRIME CASES (Superior Magazine) -

1944 (January), (November; Volume 4 #11; VG $22);

1945 - May;

1948 (October);


FAMOUS DETECTIVE CASES (Macfadden) 1935 – Volume 1 #3 (May);

FAMOUS POLICE CASES (MR. MAGAZINE INC.) 1952 – June;


FEATURE DETECTIVE CASES ( RARE Canadian Wartime Magazine);

June issue (Volume-3 #20; 1942? Inventory # C023-1; ** Overall VG+, but light waterstain to bottom edge, thus VERY GOOD Minus = $29.00)


FEATURE DETECTIVE CASES (Wm. H. Wise and Co.); 1945; 1946;

FIRESIDE DETECTIVE CASES (Acme Publishing Co.) - August 1948;

FIVE-STAR DETECTIVE (Five-Star Magazine Inc.); 1954 – Volume 1 #1 (March); #3(May);


FRONT PAGE DETECTIVE (Dell/ Sparta/ RGH Pub.) -

1938 – November;

1939 – March;

1940 – October;

1942 – May; August;

1943 – January; February; March; June; December;

1944 – February; November;

1945 – April, June, September, December;

1946 – December;

1947 – March, December;

1948; (Volume 11 #12; April; G/VG $12);

1950 – January, August, October;

1951 – March, May, July, September;

1952 (- March April );

1953 – March, September, October, November December;

1954 – January, February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November;

1955 – January, February, April August, September, November,

1956 (February), May;

1957 – January, September;

1958 – November;

1959 – November, December;

1961 – November,

1962 (March, April, September, November);

1969 (May, October);

1974 – February, July;

1975 (August);

1976 (February);

1978 - October;

1979 (June, December);

1980 – May;

1981 - August;

1982 (September);

1983 (December);

1984 (February, May, December);

1985 (January

1988 (November, December);

1989 (January, February, March, April);

1990; January(VG/FN $6); March(G/VG $4); April(VG $5); May;

1990; July(FN $7); August(VG/FN $6); November(FN $7);

1991; March(FN $7); April(VG/FN $6); September(FN/VF $8); November(VG/FN $6);

1992; April(FN $7); June(FN $7);

1993; February(VG $5); June(FN/VF $8); September(VG/FN $6); December(FN/VF $8);

1994 (January, April, December);

1995 (January);


THE GODFATHERS (Stories, Layouts and Press Inc.) - Volume 1 #4 (July 1978);


GREATEST DETECTIVE CASES ((Superior Magazine. / Dutchess Pub., Toronto, Ontario, Canada.)

1944 (January);

1945 1945; January (Volume-5 #1; great GGA / Good Girl Art Painted cover; G = $22.00) , August);


GREATEST DETECTIVE CASES (Superior Magazine. / Dutchess Pub., Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

1945; August (Volume-5 #8; Inventory # P1423-1; Condition: Good to Very Good. Price = US$29.00)



HEADLINE DETECTIVE (Headline Pub. Co.)

1941 (November);

1942 (December);

1943 (September; November);

1944 (January (Cover story = Murder for a New Year's Party; Browning Fragile pages, FAIR Reading copy = $8.00) May; June; August);

1954 – Annual;

1955 – Annual;


HEADQUARTERS DETECTIVE (Headquarters Detective Inc.)

1943 – September;

1944 – Fall;

1946 – August, October; December (CLUE OF THE FORGOTTEN COMIC BOOK = Crime was 1943 in Dorcester Mass.; Ghosts of Sing Sing, Mystery of the Nude Corpse, You Can't Cheat the Hangman, Solving New York's "Jinxed" Murder Case, Death Fingerprints a Gun Butt, A Was Top Moll in the Numbers Racket, Terror Reign of the Teen Age Killers, Forbidden Folly of the Backstreet Blonde; nice copy, but with some Cover Creasing; Waterstain mostly to BACK cover, thus G/VG = $14.00);


1947 – March, July, December;

1948 – November, December;

1951; May

1952 – June, November;

1955 - November;


HEADQUARTERS DETECTIVE (Globe Communication Corp.) -

1976 (March);

1982 (September, November);

1983 (March, July);

1984 (March, November);

1986 (November);

1987 (July);

1988 (November);

1989 (January, March);

1990 (January , March, September);

1991 (January, March, May, September);

1992; January(VF $8); March(FN/VF $7); May(VF $8); July(VG/FN $5); September(G/VG $4); November(VF $8);

1993 (January, November);

1994; March(G/VG $4); May(FN $6); September(VF $8); November(FN/VF $7);

1995 (March, November);


HOMICIDE DETECTIVE (Detective House Inc.)

1956 – November;

1957 - March;


HOMICIDE DETECTIVE (Stories, Layout and Press Inc. Pub.) - Volume 2 #3 (May 1978);


HUMAN DETECTIVE CASES (Close-up Inc.)

1944 – November;

1945 – December;

1946 – November;

1947 – March, June;


INSIDE DETECTIVE (Inside Detective/ Dell/ RGH Pub.) -

1935 – April;

1936 – March, August;

1939 – February, July, November;

1940 - June; (November; G $12; FA/G $10);

1941 – March, September, December;

1942 – March, June, October;

1943 – January, February, March 1943 (The FUEHRER'S FACE, IT'S RED; IOWA'S RIDDLE OF THE DECOY CORPSE  = Muscatine, Iowa on April 27/1942; Overall G/VG, but with 4" Tear inside to pages 7-14, thus Good = $12.00); April, May, June, July, September, December;

1944 – April (Volume-19 #4; PHOTO cover; Small piece off upper Right cover corner; Small piece off upper Left BACK cover corner; Still a Nice COVER; Pages tanned at edges; Pages 5-24 are MISSIING; Rest is overall G/VG = $2.00); , May, JULY(Photo cover by Pagano of Girl in Uniform selling War Bonds; Weird Wartime Wrinkles; Chicago illinois; Dallas Texas; Springfield Massachusetts; Arizona; Crawford Nebraska; Jalisco Mexico; VG = $16.00);

1944; August, September, November;

1945 – February,April  (Murder Rides with the V-2; VG/FN = $16.00);  May, August, September; November;

1947 – January, April, May, June;

1948 – June, September, October, November;

1949 – April, May, September, November;

1951 – January

1953 -June, July, August,(September; VG $12);December;

1954 – February, April May, June, July, August, November;

1955 – May, September;

1956 – May, October;

1960 (July);

1961(February, November);

1962 (January, March, June, July, November);

1963 (February, May);

1970 (November);

1973 (May);

1974 (February);

1977 (February);

1978 – November;

1979 - January;

1981 (February, July,August, December);

1982 (April, September, October);

1983 (January, May, July);

1984 (April, July, September, November, December);

1985; April, August, September

1986 (December);

1987 (February, March, June);

1989 (March);

1990 (January, October);

1991 (February, April, June, November);

1992 (January, March, April, May, July, September, November);

1993 (January, July);

1994 (January, May);

1995 (January, April, September);


INTIMATE DETECTIVE STORIES (Detective Stories Pub. Co.)

1940 (December; Volume 1 #10);

1941 (February; Volume 1 #12); (November); (December);

1942 (January); (February); (December);



MANHUNT (Flying Eagle Pub.) - December 1957;


MASTER DETECTIVE (TD Pub. Co./ RGH Pub.) -

1942 – May, July;

1943 – February;

1944 – June (Front Cover Missing, rest is G/VG = $7.00) July;

1944 – June, July;

1945 – June;

1945 – June;

1946 – April, July, August;

1947 – January, February, June, August;

1948 –July (overall nice FINE, but Front cover is missing, thus a cheaper Reading Copy = $6.00)

1953 – September;

1954 – January, April, March(Barye-c), May, June, July, December;

1955 – April;

1956 – March, April, October, December;

1957 – June;

1959 (April, August, November);

1960 – March, May;

1961 - October;

1963 (February, March, May);

1964 (October);

1966 (February, November);

1975 (October);

1976 (January, May, July, September);

1979 (February, September, November);

1980 – August;

1981 - July;

1982 (October, November);

1983 (January, February);

1984 (February, April, June, July);

1985 (January, February, July);

1986 (December);

1987 (April, June, October);

1988 (October);

1989 (April);

1990 (February, June, July, October, December);

1991 (March, June, September, December);

1992 (March, May, July, September, November, December);

1993 (February, July, September, November, December);

1994 (February, April, May);

1995 (April, September);


THE MASTER DETECTIVE (New Metropolitan Fiction Inc.)

1933 – November;


MISSING (Peer Group Communications Corp.) - 1984 (Volume 1 #1), (Volume 1 #3);


the MOST THRILLING DETECTIVE CASES OF THE YEAR (Magazine Press); 1944;


MURDER CASEBOOK (Marshall Cabendish weekly pub) #21(1990; Calvi Affair; Rise & Fall of God's Banker; VG $8)


NAKED TRUTH (Natlus Inc.Pub.) - Volume 1 #2 (September 1964);


National POLICE GAZETTE {magazine}

1974 (November - Raquel Welch cover, December);

1975 (January, February, March, May - Cher/ Johnny Carson cover, June - Ann Margret cover, July - Valerie Perrine cover, August - Raquel Welch cover, December - Cher/ Muhammad Ali/ Lisa Todd cover);


NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL (Judson Pub.) - Volume 1 #1 (Fall 1959);


OFFICIAL DETECTIVE STORIES (RGH Pub.) -

1938 (October);

1939 (January) (March); (August);

1940 (February); (March); (May); (June); (August); (October);

1941 (February); (may); (June); (July); (August);

1942 JANUARY (I want the Dame with Two Heads; Find the Redhead for your Cop Killers; Kansas' Bloody Trail of the Runaway Five; When an Ex-Con played Santa Claus; overall VG+, but with; 2" Piece off back cover at upper left corner, 1" Piece off front cover at upper right corner, thus Good = $12.00);

1942 (April); (may); (June); (July); (August); (October); (November); (December);

1943 (May); (September) (October); (November);

1944 (January); (August);

1945 (October); (December);

1946 (January); (February); (March); (April);

1951 (December);

1953 (February); (March);

1954 (January); (March);

1956 (January); (June);

1958 (December);

1959 (December);

1960 (February); (March; FA/G = $9); (May);

1961 (April; G = $10); (November);

1962 (February); (March); (July); (October); (December);

1963 (June); (August);

1964 (June); (September);

1965 (January); (April; G = $8);

1966 (April; G = $8);

1973 (May);

1975 (April);

1976 (February, April, October);

1978 (February, April; July);

1979 – November, December;

1981 – (May, June, November);

1982 April (Cocaine comes to Kansas & So does Murder = Slaying of Baron John Slutter; Who Buried the Bwauty in the River Bank; G = $6.00); (September);

1983 (February);

1984 (March, May);

1985 – (June, August);

1987 (March, November, December);

1988 (December);

1989 (January, February, March, May);

1990 (January, February, March, May, June, July, August, October);

1991 ( June, July);

1992 (December);

1993 (February, August, October, December);

1994 (January, February, April, December);

1995 (February, October);


OFFICIAL DETECTIVE YEARBOOK (RGH Pub.) - #1(1993);


OFFICIAL POLICE (Jalart House Inc.) -

1971; April;


OFFICIAL POLICE DETECTIVE (FAX Pub; Montreal, Quebec, Canada.) -

#5 (9/1978; VG/FN $10);


PIONEER PICTURE-STORIES – Volume 1 #8(September 1943; true life story of Timoshenko);


POLICE DETECTIVE (Jalart House Inc./ Rostam Pub.) -

1954 – February, August;

1955 – February (V9#1; nice GGA, Good Girl Art painted-c; G/VG $12);

1957 – May;

1965 (April);

1970 – April;


1984 (March, November);

1985 (March, May, September, November);

Annual 1985;


POLICE DETECTIVE CASES (Detective House Inc.); 1946 – Volume 1 #4(Summer; #31);

POLICE DETECTIVE YEARBOOK (Best Detective Corp.) 1953;


POLICE FILES (Brookside Corp.) -

1954 (May; Volume 1 #1; VG minus = $25 ); December;

1955 – June, December;

1956 (June);

1957;( June);


POLICE DRAGNET CASES (Brookside Corp.) - 1956; March(Volume-2 #2);



PRIVATE DETECTIVE CASES (Superior Magazine. / Dutchess Pub., Toronto, Ontario, Canada.) -

1945; October (Volume-6 #10; BONDAGE and GGA / Good Girl Art Painted cover; VG = $32.00)


REAL CRIME DETECTIVE (Detective House Inc.) 1955 - September;


REAL DETECTIVE (Sensation Magazine Inc.) -

1932 – March;

1933 – January;

1937 – February;

1945 – Winter;

1948 – March, November;

1952 – April, June, August;

1953 – March;

1954 – October;

1957 – October;

1963 – June;


REAL DETECTIVE (The Type Shack Pub.) -

1983 (February, October);

1985 (April, October);

Annual - 1984 (Fall), 1984 (Winter), 1985 (Summer);


REAL POLICE STORIES (Fawcett) 1954 – April;


REVEALING DETECTIVE CASES (Close-up Inc.)

1943 – Volume 1 #7(Summer);

1945 – June (Volume-2 #5; PHOTO cover; overall nice VG/FN, but with 1-1/2" x 2" piece missing off bottom Left cover corner, thus Good+ = $12.00);

1946 – March;

1948 – April;


REWARD (J.B. Pub. Corp); 1956 - January;


SCOOP DETECTIVE CASES (Magazine Pub. House Pub.) -

1943 – April;

1945 – April/May;


SECRET DETECTIVE CASES (Starlike Mag. Inc.) 1943 (February; Volume 1 #12); (March; Volume 2 #1);

SENSATION (Sensation Magazine Inc.) 1942 – Volume 1 #6(April); #8(June);


SMASH DETECTIVE CASES (Your Guide Pub. Inc.; NY, USA)
#3 (1945 issue; NO Month Listed; TRUE STORIES with Name Dates & Places; Front cover is missing, rest is G/VG = $8.00);

1946 - #5;


SPECIAL DETECTIVE CRIME CASES (Jalart House Inc.) -

1946 - #12;

1954 – February, April, August;

1955 – March;

1973 – May;


SPECIAL FEATURE DETECTIVE CASES (Wm. H. Wise and Co.)

1945 - February;

1945 - #NN;


STARTLING DETECTIVE (Fawcett/ Globe Communications) -

1942 – January, December;

1943 – January, February, July;

1944 – April, May, July, AUGUST (#193; PHOTO cover; Last Date in Horror House - cover & story; Also; We snared the San Jose Bludgeoner; Creasing to Covers, thus G = $14.00)

1946 – December;

1947 - April,(November;G/VG $12 ), August;

1949 – January, July;

1955 – May, November;

1956 – April, May, December;

1958 – May;

1963 – November;

1964 – September;

1970 (March);

1980 (January, March, November);

1982 (September, November);

1983 (July);

1984 (March);

1986 (January, March, July, November);

1987 (March, July, August, November);

1988 (November);

1989 (March, May);

1990 (January, July, September, November);

1991 (January, March, May, July, September);

1992 (January, March, May, July, September, November);

1993 (May, November);

1994 (January, March, September);

1995 (May, November);

1996 (September);


STARTLING DETECTIVE YEARBOOK -

Volume-#1 #1(1963; G/VG $18);

Volume-#1 #5(1967; G $12);

1989 (#26) // 1990(#27) // 1991 (#28) // 1992 (#29) // 1993 (#30) // 1994 (#31) // 1995 (#32);


STARTLING DETECTIVE ADVENTURE (Country Press Inc.)

1933 – April,

1938 - February;

1944; AUGUST (#193; PHOTO cover; Last Date in Horror House - cover & story; Also; We snared the San Jose Bludgeoner; Creasing to Covers, thus G = $14.00)


STRAND Magazine

issue VIII (6-9/2002; Michael York interview; FN $7);


SUSPENSE (Suspense Pub. Inc.) - Volume 1 #4(September 1959);


TIMELY DETECTIVE CASES (Timely Detective Cases Inc.)

1944 – December;

1945 – March;

1946 – April, June;



TRUE (Country Press Inc.) 1939 - September;


True Cases of WOMEN IN CRIME (Skye pub) Volume-#10 #1(7/1955; G/VG $18);


TRUE CRIME (Superior Magazine. / Dutchess Pub., Toronto, Ontario, Canada)-
1944; January (Volume-3 #1; FN = $39);

1944; January (Volume-3 #1; Waterstained thus G, looks better = $15);
1945; August (Volume-4 #8; VG $29);
1946; June (Volume-5 #6; overall FN, but Title Off / Top 1/3 of Cover missing; First page cut but still present = $15);


TRUE CRIME  (Skye Pub)

1955; May (overall G/VG, but 1" x 3" Piece out of cover, small pieces cut out of six pages inside, thus FAIR reading copy = $6.00);


TRUE CRIME (Jalart House Inc.) - June 1965;



TRUE CRIME CASES (Your Guide Pub. Inc.);

1952 – January;

1953 – November;

1954 – May, September, November;

1959 - May;


TRUE CRIME DETECTIVE (Jalart House Inc.) - March 1974;




TRUE DETECTIVE (MacFadden/ TD Pub./ RGH Pub.) -

1933 (April);

1939 - July;

1940 - January; October (Overall G/VG, but Front Cover is Missing = $7.00);

1941 (August (Volume-36 #5; Moisture damage Overall with moderate wrinkling to front of mag, thus GOOD reading copy; front Cover is Missing, otherwise complete = $6.00) (September, December);

1943 – March, June;

1944 – June August, December;

1945 January, February, March, May, June July,(August; G $10), September, October,

1946; January (Condition: Reading Copy, Front cover is Missing, rest is G/VG = $7.00);

1946; June (Condition: Reading Copy, Front cover is Missing, rest is G/VG = $7.00);

1946; July (Gray Bomber, Cardinal Street, Dead Man's Shoes, Dark Strangler, Mr Sleuth goes to Washington, River Island, Red Curls & Old Bald Pate; Condition: Good+ = $15.00);

1946; September (Terro on the Delta, Miracle of the FBI, Bloodhound Trail, Tough Girl, Vengeance, Killers Trap; Condition: Good+ = $15.00);

1946; September (Terro on the Delta, Miracle of the FBI, Bloodhound Trail, Tough Girl, Vengeance, Killers Trap; Condition: Reading Copy, Front cover is Missing, rest is G/VG = $7.00);

1946; October (Condition: Reading Copy, Front cover is Missing, rest is G/VG = $7.00);

1946; November (Cover story = Murder of a Pretty Waitress; Also with; At Races with Pinketons, Science Pays G-Man Way, Yellow Kids Money Making Machine, Gambling the Jones way, Highjinks in Hoosegow, Secret Service Trap, Undercover Death, Sinister Mr Siple, Camel-Haired Killer, Trouble on Oiled waters, Case against Zollie;  Condition: VG = $20.00);

1946; December (Condition: Reading Copy, Front cover is Missing, rest is G/VG = $7.00);

1947 – January, April, May, July, September;

1948 – March, August;

1949 – September,December;

1950 – November, December;

1951 (February, G/VG, but Back cover missing = $8); April, July, September, October / 1951 (66 Women & the Montreal Monsters - trapping Canada's most vicious criminals - the Vaillant Brothers; VG+ = $14.00)

1952 (April, JUNE (Jail for Jezebel; GGA {Good Girl Art} painted cover; Slight trimming of cover at right edge, Good+ = $10.00) August;

1953 (January, G $10); August, September, October;

1954 – March, July, October, November;

1955 – May, April, June;

1956 (March, May, June, November);

1957 – April, July;

1958 – August (nice GGA/Good Girl Art painted cover by Dom Milsop; I cheated the Strangler; I saw them kill Michael Farmer; Voodoo Widow; Dead End for a Gungirl; Nude on the Beach; Good+ = $10)

1959 – March, August,November (GGA / Good Girl Art painted cover by Joe Little; Long Island's mad Killer; Bus Stop Pickup; Death by the Dozen; Secret Life of Hollywood's Dr Finch);

1960 – April, May;

1961 – September, October November;

1962 - November;

1963; January, June, August;

1968 (January);

1969 (February, July);

1970 (May);

1971 (September);

1973 (July);

1977 – March, August;

1978 (March, July, September, November, December);

1979 (August);

1980 – August;

1981 – April;

1983 (August, September);

1984 (February, April, June, December);

1985 (June, July, September, November);

1986 (July, September);

1987 (March, April, October);

1988 (March, June, December);

1989 (January, February, March, April, June, July, August, September, October, November,December);

1990 (January, February, March, April, June, July, August, September, October, November);

1991 (January, March, April, May, July, August, November, December);

1992 (January, March, April, June, August, October, December);

1993 (January, March, August, October);

1994 (January,March, April, August, December);

1995 (January,March, April);

Yearbook - 1992 (#2), 1992 (#2, different), 1992 (#2, different), 1994 (#3);


TRUE DETECTIVE MYSTERIES (Macfadden)

1932 – January;

1933 – October, December;

1934 – August, November;

1935 – January, June, August;

1936 – October;

1937 – May, September;

1938 – June;

1939; July

1940 – February, March, October;


TRUE DETECTIVE (U.K.; Argus Press Ltd.); 1959 – February;


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**** We gets 100's of Requests to Search the Contents of our 2000+ True Detective Magazines;
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**** In Addition (for Example); Just because the event you are looking for took place in (for example) 1938-1941, does not mean there was an article on it and/or that it was published in 1938-1941, almost all the articles are published well after the Trial is Over (Sometimes 5, 10, 25, 50 or even 100 Years after the Event took place)

If the article DOES exist, it could have appeared in a magazine article anywhere from 1938 thru to 1980 and beyond;
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TRUE FACT CRIME (Best Detective Corp.) 1953 – April;

TRUE HOMICIDE CASES (Detective House Inc.) 1957 – September;


TRU-LIFE DETECTIVE CASES (Trysack Pub. Corp);

1943 (January); (March); (May);

1945 (may); (June); (September); (November);

1946 (May);

1947 (March);


TRUE MYSTERY (Astro Dist. Corp.)

1953 – October;

1955 – February, August;


TRUE POLICE CASES (Super Pub./ Fawcett/ Whitstone/ Globe Pub) -

1945 (December);

1965; February



TRUE POLICE CASES (USA; Fawcett/ Globe Communications; USA EDITIONS)
1946; Volume-1 #1(October; Alan Hynd, Dean Jennings, etc; FN/VF = $69);

1946; Volume-1 #2(December; Alan Hynd, Dean Jennings, etc; overall nice VG/FN, but Title Off / Top 1/3 of Cover is Missing, Tape repair to cut on page 1/2 = $12);
1947; Volume-1 #4(March; Alan Hynd, Dean Jennings, etc; overall nice FN, but Title Off / Top 1/3 of Cover is Missing, Tape repair to cut on page 1/2 = $12);
1947; Volume-1 #5(April; Alan Hynd, etc; overall nice VG/FN, but Title Off / Top 1/3 of Cover is Missing, Tape repair to cut on page 1/2 = $12);

1948 – April, May, December;

1953 - November;

1954 - June; (September; G $10;USA; Fawcett/ Globe Communications)

1955 (February, March);

1956 – March;

1958 – June;

1966 (June);

1967 - August;

1970 (October);

1976 (December);

1979 – April;

1981; October(G $4); .
1983; June(VG $6);

1984; June(FN/VF $8); December(VF $9);
1986; April(VF $9); June(FN/VF $8); August(FN/VF $8); October(VG/FN $6); December(FN/VF $8);
1987; April(FN/VF $7); June(FN/VF $7); August(FN $6);
1988; August(G/VG $4); October(G/VG $4); December(G/VG $4);
1989; April; August(VG/FN $6);

1990; June(VG/FN $6); August; October;
1991; February; April(FN/VF $7); August(VF $8); October(VF $8);
1992; February(FN/VF $6); April(FN/VF $6); June(FN/VF $6); October(FN $5);
1993; February(FN/VF $6); April(FN $5); June; August(FN $5); October(G/VG $3.50); December(VG $4);
1994; August(FN $5); October(VF $7); December(VF $7);
1995; February(VF $7); April(FN $5); December(FN $5);



TRUE POLICE YEARBOOK (Globe Pub.) -

Yearbook - 1977?(#26) // 1984(#33) // 1985 (#34) // 1989(#38) // 1991(#40) // 1992 (#41) // 1994(#43);


TRUE WEIRD (Weider Periodicals) 1955 – Volume 1 #1(November);


UNCENSORED DETECTIVE (Uncensored Detective Inc.)

1946 – (Volume 1 #11;February 1946; RARE; Overall Very Good Condition, but pages are Browning & missing the Front cover = $8.00); (August);

1947 – August;

1948 – February,;

1951 – March;

1952 – June;


UNDERWORLD DETECTIVE (Underworld Detective Inc.) 1950 – Volume 1 #6(May);

VICE SQUAD (Natlus Inc.) 1961 – Volume 1 #2(February);

WANTED (Metal Hammer Communications Pub.) - Volume 1 #1 (March 1989);


WOMEN IN CRIME (Skye Pub. Co. ) -

1956; July(Volume 11 #1);

December 1958;


WORLD-CRIME DETECTIVE (Meridian Magazine Inc.) 1953 – Volume 1 #1 (November);







OVERSIZED Magazines;


ACTUAL DETECTIVE STORIES (Detective Stories Pub.)

1941 – June;

1942 – February;

1943 – January;


OFFICIAL DETECTIVE STORIES(Detective Stories Pub.)

1939 – November;

1940 – September;

1941 – October, November;

1942 – JANUARY (Find the Redhead for your Cop Killers; I want the Dame with Two Heads; Kansas' Bloody Trail of the Runaway Five; When an Ex-Con played Santa Claus; overall VG+, but with; 2" Piece off back cover at upper left corner, 1" Piece off front cover at upper right corner, thus Good = $12.00);

1942 –February;

1944 – March, July;

1945 – March;

1946 – October;

1947 – May, October;

1948 – September;

1949 - June;



{the National} POLICE GAZETTE {magazine} (10-1/2" x 13" Tabloid Newspaper Magazine; Est. 1845; Sports, People, True Adventure, Crime, Boxing, Wrestling, Fishing) ; >>> [ Weight for Postage = 140 Grams each];

1949 (June);

1953 (March, April, June, July, August, September, October, December);

1954 (March, April, May, August, November, December);

1955 (January, May, July, August, December);

1956 (April, May, July, October);

1959 (December);

1960; February (Cover & story feature on; Elvis Presley, Jane Fonda & Fidel Castro; >> Also with; Mighty Jumbo Bear Crusher Wrestling; Beatniks; Maria Callas affair; John L. Sullivan; Bronco Hovath = NHL Hockey; ; VG = US$15.00);

1960; June (Cover & story feature on; Gina Lollobrigida, Ingo Johansson vs Floyd Patterson; >> Also with; Cave Men Fargo Brothers = Wrestling; Fidel Castro; Pearl Starr = Belle Starr's illegitimate daughter; Henry Armstong = boxing; Harry Raymond Pope one-eyed cop hater; G, reading copy = US$12.00);

1960; August (Cover & story feature on; Khrushchev, Aly Khan & Willie Mays; >> Also with; Veronica Lake; Italy's Antonio Barichievich = wrestling; Dope addicts at 16; Boxing fight camps; Harry Thomas vs Joe Louis; Joseph Corbett Jr the terror of San Rafael; Henry Clay Frick; VG/FN = US$18.00);

1960; November (Cover & story feature on; JOHN F. KENNEDY vs Richard NIXON forecast; >> Also with; Sophia Loren; Francis Gary Powers & U-2 Mystery; Bruno Sammartino = wrestling; Senator Estes Kefauver vs Boxing racket; Ernest Tait & thompson machine gun; Football = with photo's of Unitas, Jimmy Brown, Gifford, Bobby Layne, Tittle; John L. Sullivan; 6"x10" Mamie Van Doren photo; Vlad Evanoff hunting; VG/FN = US$18.00);

1960; December (Cover & story feature on; ADOLF HITLER in Argentina >> Also with; May Britt & Sammy Davis Jr.; Fidel Castro; John L. Sullivan; Patterson - Johansson boxing rematch; Louis Cyr Canadian Strongman; Owney Madden gangster; Marilyn MONROE; VG = US$18.00);

1961; February (Cover & story feature on; Princess Grace Kelly, Hockey = Chicago Blackhawk's Red Hay; >> Also with; USSR Red Spy Invaders; Irving Glaubach & other New York cab driver killings; Boxing = Patterson - D'Amato; Bobby Hull; Mickey Cohen gangster; Sexy French starlett = Mylene Demongeot;

John L. Sullivan; Hialeah Horse racing; Pen scribbles on page 19 otherwise VG+ = US$12.00);

1961; April (Cover & story feature on; Adolf Eichmann, Frank Sinatra & Jacqueline Kennedy; >> Also with; sunken Submarine USS Squalus; Boxing = Jose Torres & Joe Shaw; Zsa Zsa Gabor; Belly-Dancing; May Britt & Sammy Davis Jr.; 1860 Boxing = Heenan & Sayers; VG/FN = US$15.00);

1961; October (Cover & story feature on; American NAZI party's George Lincoln Rockwell, the man who want to be Hitler; >> Also with; Mamie Van Doren; Joseph Dischino - Bigamy; Klondike = Booze, Gold & Babes; Bob Cleroux, George Chuvalo, & Patterson; Centerfold = Tough Girls of the Gay '90's; Beau Jack = boxing; VG minus = US$12.00);

1961; December (Cover & story feature on; Elizabeth Taylor, Commies & Secret RED network in our Colleges; >> Also with; Ava Gardner; Kid Paret vs Emile Griffith boxing; full page New York Yankees Team Photo; Jack Sharkey boxing; Manuel Ycaza Horse Racing; FN = US$15.00);

1962; January (Cover & story feature on; Linda Christian, Queen of Diamonds; >> Also with; Joey - Crazy Joe Gallo - Gangland USA; Weird Tattoos; Beachniks; NBA Boston Celtics, Tommy Heinsohn; Doc Irvin C. Scarbeck; Full page photo pinup of Roger Maris; Sumo Wrestling; China Polly = Wom wife in Poker game; hangman John Ellis, maestro of the Gallows; John Morrissey & Yankee Sullivan boxing; FN = US$15.00);

1962; March (Cover & story feature on; Rhonda Fleming; >> Also with; Khrushchev marks Castro for death; Sonny Liston interview; Evelyn Smith & Blanche Dunkel; Heisman Tropy winner, Ernie Davis, full page photo pinup; Hockey's Allan Stanley & Johnny Bower; TWIST dance craze; Henry Hurricane Hank Armstrong vs Lou Ambers boxing; Florida Keys Barracuda fishing; FN = US$15.00);

1962; May (Cover & story feature on; Frank Sinatra & Juliet Prose, America's first moonbase; >> Also with; New York Mets, Casey Stengel, George Weiss; Canada's giant mohawk indian, Billy Two Rivers = wrestling; Frank Costello & Underworld; Rev. Frank Siple = murder in Michigan; Willie Pep vs Sandy Saddler boxing; Barry & Brian Brewster mountain climbers; FN = US$15.00);

1962; June (Cover & story feature on; Grace Kelly, Sonny Lison vs Floyd Patterson boxing; >> Also with; Queen Mary rams cruiser Curacoa; Frank Costello & Underworld; Abe Attell boxing; full page photo of Benny Paret vs Emile Griffith boxing; Nazi victim Rudolf Vrba & Eichmann. James LeBouef killing & Sherrif Pecot; John W. Gates plunger = Horse Racing gambler; FN, but 1/4 Back cover missing = US$10.00);

1962; August (Cover & story feature on; BRIGITTE BARDOT; >> Also with; Ann Corio, Burlesque Queen; Richard Hathcock & Cobra Snakes; 1pg "Goodbye, Alcatraz"; Circus Beauty = Herta Klauser; Lorenz Adlon; Will Paret & Emile Griffith; jockey Eddie Arcaro interview = Horse Racing; FN = US$20.00);

1962; September (Cover & story feature on; Liz Taylor & Richard Burton; >> Also with; DOG fighting; Whitey Ford = full page photo pinup; Bob Bo Belinsky Beatnik Los Angeles Angels; corpse of Bernard J. Daugherty in Chicago Plains River & Harvey Church; Fritz von Erich = Wrestling; Boxing = Jim Braddock & Tommy Farr; FN = US$15.00);

1962; November (Cover & story feature on; ADOLF HITLER alive in Argentina? & LIZ TAYLOR; >> Also with; Joseph Moriarty bookie; Casey Stengel & NY Mets; Oregon's Air Bubble Murder = Mrs Ted Bussey murder; Boxing & Gangsters; Wild Men of the Wild West; Mickey Walker vs Jack Sharkey boxing; Yukon Eric vs Killer Kowalski wrestling; VG/FN = US$18.00);

1963; February (Cover & story feature on; KIM NOVAK; >> Also with; Governor Nelson Rockefeller's missing son; Sonny Liston article, with earlay Cassius Clay photo; Wilt the Stilt & Bill Russell = Basketball; Countess Elizabeth Spedding & her Call Girls; full page New York Yankees Team photo; Dr. Robert Soblen runaway Russian spy;

Tragedies in the Gay '90's; Sugar Ray Robinson vs Randy Turpin; VG/FN = US$18.00);

1963; March (Cover & story feature on; SOPHIA LOREN; >> Also with; Fidel Castro; 2pgs = Joe DiMaggio & Marilyn Monroe; 3 pages early CASSIUS CLAY, including a full page photo pinup; Schmeling vs Joe Louis; VG/FN = US$25.00);

1963; April (Cover & story feature on; ADOLF HITLER & LIZ TAYLOR; >> Also with; Martin Bormann's daughter gives proof Hitler is alive; Daniel Lee French - Denver's Midnight Rapist; Gene Fullmer = boxing; Sinful frolics of the Gay '90's; Alfred Hitchcock; Joe Walcott = boxing; jockey Ronnie Ferraro; VG/FN = US$18.00);

1963; May (Cover & story feature on; AVA GARDNER, booze & Scandal; >> Also with; Fidel Castro rapes teen-age beauty; full page with 3 photo's of NY Playboy Club Bunnies; Hamburg Germany's St Pauli - street of Sin; Walla Walla Prison & 16 year old killer Richard Peterson; Maury Wills = 3 pages; Sport of Cock Fighting; Rex Rickard & Dempsey vs Carpentier; FN = US$18.00);

1963; June (Cover & story feature on; DORIS DAY; >> Also with; MARILYN MONROE; Sonny Liston vs Cassius Clay; Liston interview; 1/4 Page photo of Elizabeth Mongomery NUDE under blanket; Yellow Peril, Red China, threatens World; Joe DiMaggio; Circus Tragedies = Mary Lou Lawrence, Flying Wallendas, etc; Bob Fitzsimmons & Jim Corbett boxing; VG/FN = US$22.00);

1965; August (Cover & story feature on; Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin, Liz Taylor & Richard Burton; >> Also with; Russia's Secret Plot; Marine Private Hector A. Cafferata & Red attack on Korean hilltop; Law & Obsene Sex films; Johnny Dundee of New York, vs Criqui = boxing; Kentucky scandal = Fulton Gordon & Archie D. Brown;

Floyd Patterson; G/VG = US$10.00);

1967; June (Cover & story feature on; Castro had John F. Kennedy murdered, RAQUEL WELCH, Adam Clayton Powell; >> Also with; Roger Maris; Cassius Clay; Mickey Walker vs Max Schmeling; VG = US$14.00);

1968; March (Cover & story feature on; SOPHIA LOREN & Jackie Kennedy; >> Also with; 1/2 page photo of Raquel Welch; Roger Touhy & Al Capone; Top 6 Hockey stars of year = Orr, Hull, Keon, Howe, Giacomin & Laperriere; G/VG = US$12.00);

1970 (March);

1973 (December);

1974 (February,June, July, August, September, October);


NOW

(Arabarb Pub. Corp Pub.; Oversized 10" x 13" Magazine; 44 Pages including Covers; Weight = 120 Grams each) -

"What' s New, What's Exciting, What's Strange & What's Unbelievable;

>>> Current Events, Curious & Key stories, CRIME, Killers, News, Teen-Agers, Short Stories, etc;

1954; September (Volume-1 #3; How Daddy killed Mommy; Blonde invades Africa; Drunken Red in Berlin; Invitation to Murder; Case history of Call Girl; Nerve Gas; VG/FN = $16);

1954; October (Volume-1 #4; Mickey Rooney; Hold-Up girl turns into a Man; Leonard Moskowitz kidnapped by Harold Jackson & Joseph Lear; Chicago's Clem Graver missing; Police raid Malibu Vice Den; VG = $14);

1955; February (Volume-1 #5; Mother peddles dope, baby high on whiffs; Nudists Mr & Mrs Sunshine at annual Sunbathers con; Wife takes Lover; G/VG = $12);

1955; October (Volume-1 #9; First Mother to become Male by Surgery; Man kills wife & 3 kids; Mamie Van Doren, Bela Lugosi, Bette Davis; What makes a Man molest a child; Eternal Youth possible; FN/VF = $16);

1955; December (Volume-1 #10; full page VAMPIRA photo; Georgia Strong Man; Zsa Zsa Gabor; Sheree North; FN = $14);

1956; February (Volume-1 #11; TV Horror drives Woman insane; full page photo of Olivia de Haviland riding Mule;

Deaf Mute Girl on shooting Orgy; Medical Jekyll & Hyde; Jane Russell; Oversexed money crazy Girl; VG = $10);

1956; April (Volume-1 #12; Liquor brings out Truth says MD; Robert Mitchum; Children of Triple Murder-Suicide;

Boy Girl & Maniac; Rome Rapist marries his 15 year old Gypsy Girl victim; Boy killers; VG/FN = $12);

1956; June (Volume-2 #1; Pregnant assaulted & Strangled; Cancer strikes 32 in 100; Women can bear children

without a Man; VG/FN = $12);

1956; September (Volume-2 #2; Children boss Mom's love life; Johnny Ray; 8 new Ford Millionaires; Inside Nude Photo studio; Kim Novak; Jayne Mansfield; Virginia McKenna;Sandra Dee at 14 years old; G = $8);


OFFICIAL DETECTIVE STORIES (Triangle Pub. Inc.) -

1951 (December);

1953 (February, March);

1954 (January);

1956 (June);

1958 (December);

1959 (August, December);

1960 (February, March, May);

1961 (April, November);

1962 (February, March, October, December);

1965 (January, April);

1966 (October);


TOP SECRET (Top Secret Magazine Pub.) - February 1955;



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We Update this Webpage Two to Four Times Per Week. All Listings are CURRENT. [Other than the Rare occasion where we forget to Delete a sold item] New arrivals are Listed as soon as they Come in. We get 100's of Requests for Issues that are NOT Listed on this site. If the TITLE of the Magazine is LISTED, but the DATE you want is NOT Listed, then we DO NOT have it & we can NOT help you. If the TITLE of the True Detective Magazine you want is NOT LISTED, then we DO NOT have it & we can NOT help you. [We do NOT HIDE inventory]; Instead, if NOT LISTED, please SEARCH ELSEWHERE (Like eBay and Google); We DO add new inventory when it comes in, but usually only 1-2 Collections PER YEAR come in. SAVE this SITE address, and RE-CHECK every 2-4 MONTHS to see if any NEW items have been Listed; Thank You! .... Doug Sulipa

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Sorry, we DO NOT Search Contents, UNLESS you know the exact TITLE and YEAR where the Article was Published (NOT when the Event took Place);

**** We gets 100's of Requests to Search the Contents of our 2000+ True Detective Magazines;
Unfortuntely we cannot do Contents search on our magazines, as it is far too LABOUR INTENSIVE and ALMOST NEVER comes up with positive results.

If the specific story searched for is NOT on the Cover or Index page (and they RARELY are), it can take up to 10 Mintues to search thru one single magazine for a name, person, crime, or place. We could easily spend many many hours ($50 to $500+ worth of labour at our cost) of searching for an magazine that sells for $6 to $15 and still come up with NOTHING;

**** The story might NEVER have appeared in the "True Detective" magazine [There are over 100 different magazines very similar to "True Detective" = Such as; CRIME DETECTIVE, DETECTIVE CASES, FRONT PAGE DETECTIVE, INSIDE DETECTIVE, MASTER DETECTIVE, OFFICIAL DETECTIVE STORIES, POLICE GAZETTE, STARTLING DETECTIVE, & Many others); About 75% of these types of requests, the customer ask for "True Detective" magazine not realizing there are over 100

similar titles. What they are actually asking for is the GENRE of "True Detective" style magazines & not the actual "True Detective" Title. For those who ask for an issue of "True Detective" magazine, the chances are about 1 in 100 that they have the Correct Title. There is NO KNOWN DATABASE anywhere on the internet that indexes the Genre of True Detective Style magazines by People, Crime, Name & Places, thus Millions of page by page searches would be required.

**** In Addition (for Example); Just because the event you are looking for took place in (for example) 1938-1941, does not mean there was an article on it and/or that it was published in 1938-1941, almost all the articles are published well after the Trial is Over (Sometimes 5, 10, 25, 50 or even 100 Years after the Event took place)

If the article DOES exist, it could have appeared in a magazine article anywhere from 1938 thru to 1980 and beyond;
**** If you can supply us an Exact Magazine Title & Date that Magazine was published (NOT the date the event took place) we can check a maximum of 6 issues in our IN-STOCK Inventory ONLY. If you cannot, we will not able to help you. Your best hope (if you do NOT know the exact issue) is, to start an on-line BLOG on (Facebook, a Chatroom or elsewhere), perhaps someone will find it & be able to ID the exact issue for you.

**** If you do find out the exact date, and we do NOT have it listed, you might be able to get a Photoduplication copy of the Article from the Library of Congress;

Thank You! .... Doug Sulipa

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(1); CREDIT CARD {VISA, American Express and Mastercard}; >> (A) EMAIL Credit Card Info; we highly recommend sending information, split into THREE separate E-Mail's for safety (Number the emails so we reassemble them in correct order) (This is very fast & easy; 1000's of previous customers have paid in this way for many years. This is the most common & safe method our customers use to make payments); *** For example; Send first 8 digits in email #1, send second 8 digits in email #2 and send EXPIRY DATE, and Security / Validation Code (3 Digit number on the BACK of the Card, if there is one) in email #3; *** BE SURE to Send your complete SHIPPING address [It is a good idea to include your PHONE number in case problems arise]. PLEASE, Double check the numbers before sending (it is very easy to make a single digit error);

>> OR, you can; (B) PHONE it in; ( PHONE; 1-204-346-3674 );
(2); *** We accept payment thru PAYPAL = www.paypal.com // **** Payments using PAYPAL are to be made to = dsulipa@gmail.com

** Simple payment instructions; (1) go to www.paypal.com (2) SIGN IN (or Start a new account); (3) Click "Send Money"; (4) in "To" place our email = dsulipa@gmail.com (5) in "Amount" fill in the Final Total owed $_____ (example 99.00); (6) in "This is a purchase of" = select "Goods"; (7) click "continue"; (8) click "send money";

(3); MONEY ORDERS or CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS & DRAFTS; [Note; We have a USA Bank Account; THUS we CAN accept USA domestic MONEY ORDER's (7-11, Western union, post office, etc)]; >> For USA buyers = international MO's are NOT required; So do NOT waste money on the extra fees; ** FOREIGN orders, MUST send International MONEY ORDERS or BANK DRAFTS only;

(4); (A) Western Union; or (B) Moneygram; You will find the Western Union & Moneygram wants to send the Money in the Currency of the Country it is sent to, thus Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; PROVIDE me with your full Name, shipping Address & Local Phone Number; Payment needs to be made to; Doug Sulipa; Send me the WESTERN UNION or MONEYGRAM Tracking Number in TWO emails (for SAFETY);

(5); Bank WIRE TRANSFER (Purchases over $500.00); Faster & Easier to Convert the Total to the Equivalent in CANADIAN FUNDS; ASK for FULL Details;

(6); CASH (Maximum of $50.00 for safety; We do NOT accept responsibility for "LOST" cash, as we do not know if you actually sent it; But 99.9% does arrives safely; Please send NO money in coins, as it rips envelopes; Many Overseas Customers have successfully sent Larger amounts of CASH by REGISTERED Mail.
(7); PERSONAL or Business CHECKS; [We accept CHECKS drawn on USA & CANADA Banks ONLY; YOUR NAME or your Company name MUST be Printed on the CHECK (generic Counter Checks are NOT accepted); *** $75.00 or LESS, we ship immediately; Canada CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 3-4 weeks to CLEAR, before we will ship; USA CHECKS from $75.01 and UP take 6-8 WEEKS to CLEAR, before we will ship; NO Exceptions, due to many BAD experiences;

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BOX 21986
STEINBACH, MANITOBA
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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

(Phone; 1-204-346-3674)

Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 40 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972; See Overstreet #32-41 on pages 9 and/or 10 to confirm}; >> Read my Annual MARKET REPORTS; (in the New Overstreet 2011 Annual #41, pages 128 thru 138, and see our AD on page 184 & 236; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1107); >> Read my Annual MARKET REPORTS; (in the New Overstreet 2010 Annual #40, pages 112 thru 125, and see our AD on page 174; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1106); And MY REPORTS in; Overstreet 2009 Annual #39, pages 121 thru 134, and see our AD on page 182; Overstreet Advisor status = page 9 & 1106); (Overstreet 2008 Annual #38, pages 116-128) (Overstreet 2007 Annual #37, pages 107-118) (Overstreet 2006 Annual #36, pages 108-125) (Overstreet 2005 Annual #35, pages 94-109) (Overstreet 2004 Annual #34, pages 89-100) (Overstreet 2003 Annual #33, pages 86-95)(Overstreet 2002 Annual #32, pages 72-81)(Overstreet 2001 Annual #31 on pages 64-75); I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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>> We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2004, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2004 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 Vinyl Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [14,000 VHS Movies] [10,000 POSTERS; Movie (50's-90's), Video store (1980's & 90's) & 10,000 Chain store types (70's-early 90's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

>>> SEND YOUR WANT LISTS! [Please limit to SERIOUS WANTS & limit the number of items, to 50 or less most wanted items! Filling want lists takes time! We reply ASAP! Thank You]! **** ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed! >>> MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 25,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 250,000 completed Orders!

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (We usually get it in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment (except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$75.00 Minimum & UP; IF you have a FED-EX account, we can havve charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader. I do NOT overgrade or undergrade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit; *** SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; ** [RETURN anything you are NOT happy with = Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you receive the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put "Returning Goods to Sender" = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays]; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting) >>> [WE HAVE an eBay 99.98% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 2000 Positive Feedbacks] >> Superb Service for OVER 36 years; For the last 10 Years, our average is well UNDER $25.00 in returns, per each $10,000. in Sales (1/4 of One percent) & most of those are CUSTOMER Errors! >>> MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 25,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 250,000 completed Mail Orders! THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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