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Weird Tales comics. Comics Rare Vintage. (Compact disc No.1 and No.2).
Compact disc records appear in cbz format.
THESE DVD-ROM content:
Compact disc No.1 (1923-1935; 145 publications);
Compact disc No2. (from 1936 142 publications; +4 publications).
Possible purchase options:
option 01 (Compact disc No1. shipping by airmail)
option 02 (Copy of Compact disc No1. by e-mail)
option 03 (Compact disc No2. shipping by airmail)
option 04 (Copy of Compact disc No2. by e-mail)
option 05 Compact disc No1. and Compact disc No2. shipping by airmail)
option 06 (Compact disc No1. and Compact disc No2. by e-mail)

Weird Tales is an American fantasy and horror fiction pulp magazine founded by J. C. Henneberger and J. M. Lansinger in late 1922. The first issue, dated March 1923, appeared on newsstands February 18. The first editor, Edwin Baird, printed early work by H. P. Lovecraft, Seabury Quinn, and Clark Ashton Smith, all of whom went on to be popular writers, but within a year, the magazine was in financial trouble. Henneberger sold his interest in the publisher, Rural Publishing Corporation, to Lansinger, and refinanced Weird Tales, with Farnsworth Wright as the new editor. The first issue under Wright#39;s control was dated November 1924. The magazine was more successful under Wright, and despite occasional financial setbacks, it prospered over the next 15 years. Under Wright#39;s control, the magazine lived up to its subtitle, quot;The Unique Magazinequot;, and published a wide range of unusual fiction.
Lovecraft#39;s Cthulhu mythos stories first appeared in Weird Tales, starting with quot;The Call of Cthulhuquot; in 1928. These were well-received, and a group of writers associated with Lovecraft wrote other stories set in the same milieu. Robert E. Howard was a regular contributor, and published several of his Conan the Barbarian stories in the magazine, and Seabury Quinn#39;s series of stories about Jules de Grandin, a detective who specialized in cases involving the supernatural, was very popular with the readers. Other well-liked authors included Nictzin Dyalhis, E. Hoffmann Price, Robert Bloch, and H. Warner Munn. Wright published some science fiction, along with the fantasy and horror, partly because when Weird Tales was launched, no magazines were specializing in science fiction, but he continued this policy even after the launch of magazines such as Amazing Stories in 1926. Edmond Hamilton wrote a good deal of science fiction for Weird Tales, though after a few years, he used the magazine for his more fantastic stories, and submitted his space operas elsewhere.

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