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G-8 and His Battle Aces

G-8, master spy and brilliant air force pilot, leads Bull Martin and Nippy Weston into battle during World War One. Germany and America's enemies have aligned all forms of evil to combat our hero.

 

The Red Falcon The Red Falcon Journey back to an Age of Aces! The Yanks and English know him as "The Red Falcon." The French call him "L' Faucon Rouge." And the Germans curse him as "Verdamnt Der Rot Falker". Meet Barry Rand. Unjustly wanted for a firing squad on his own side of the lines-facing death from the Germans on the other. He is a man abandoned by his country, but still willing to die for it!
Dusty Ayres Dusty Ayres The Black Invaders have conqured Europe and have now taken hold of Canada. Led by their Super Ace Pilot, the Black Hawk, they are poised to begin their assualt on America. Its up to Dusty Ayres, Super Ace of the U.S. Air Defense, and his squadron of Battle Birds, to stop the assualt on the free world.

Pulp Era # 66 Mar-Apr 1967 by Lynn A. Hickman
Articles about Ace High Magazine, the Blue Max from Dare Devil Aces, the Spider and more. Great collection of pencil illustrations of WWI Aircraft. ... read more

 

Purple Prose #15 by Purple Prose

Only a one copy left of this fanzine from February 2002. Features "With Wings I Soared" by George Evans and Michael Chomko. Also, "Fighting Aces of War Skies: Fiction Houses's Premier Air Pulp - WINGS" by Steve Young and Michael Chomko.

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High Adventure #65: Crimson Doom by Robert Sidney Bowen
Dusty Ayres, air ace, is a pilot of unmatched skill and bravery. He alone had saved America from the Black Invaders once before, and now--would he trade his life to save the President's son, from the demonic Fire-Eyes?

In an action-packed mission towards pea ... read more

 

High Adventure #82: Conquest of America by Frederick C. Painton
Historian's Foreward: We are proud to present in this issue what we consider the most startling war novel ever written, in which Alexander WuFang, foreign war lord, conquers all foreign powers and sends his hordes on an invasion of America to destroy the United States in the terr ... read more

 

Captain BabyFace: The Complete Adventures by Steve Fisher

Journey back to an Age of Aces! For Jed Garrett, "Captain Babyface" of the American Special Agent's Corps, his orders are simple: Kill Mr. Death!

But who is Mr. Death? One of Germany's brightest chemists and inventors, he had grown weary of life and entered a monast ... read more

 

Chinese Brady: The Complete Adventures by C. M. Miller

"If that isn't Chinese Brady I'll eat my boots!" Major Bill Abel and Colonel Rog Wharton recognized the new pilot immediately. His graying hair might be dyed black, but these two old war horses would never forget the man who had saved their lives in Shanghai during the 1900 Bo ... read more

 

Molloy & McNamara: Satan's Playmates by William Hartley

Mike Molloy and Tommy McNamara were the "Twin Terrors of the Western Front". They flew as if they had been born in Spads, they drank like thirsty whales, and they'd fought by each other's side through every mile of air along the lines and in every bar from the Front to Pa ... read more

 

Sky Devil: Hell's Skipper by Harold F. Cruickshank

All along the Western front, everyone was out to get The Sky Devil's Brood! There was no better flight in France. Led by Captain Bill Dawe, the famous Yank ace known to all of France as the Sky Devil, the brood consisted of Chuck Verne, Mart Bevin, Slim Skitch and Slug W ... read more

 

The Complete Captain Combat by Barry Barton

While Death flies the Swastika across the bloody skies of World War II, one American flier stands before the pendulum of history! In the vivid flames of the European conflict, Bill Combat fearlessly challenges Hitler and his minions. He knows first hand the ruthlessness ... read more

 

Three Mosquitoes: The Magic Inferno by Ralph Oppenheim

Once more, their familiar battle cry rings out: "Let's Go! And the three khaki Spads take to the air, flying into terror skies each sporting the famous Mosquito insignia. In the cockpits sat the three warriors who were known wherever men flew as the greatest and most hell rais ... read more