First and only printing published 1932 (June 25th) published by Bullseye, London.


Condition: Good+ 28pp, Original isssue of The Bullseye magazine, no 75, Vol 3 (June 25th, 1932) 

Original illustrated blue paper wraps. The creepily atmospheric cover illustration is for The Phantom of the Pit, the text beneath reads:


"With one hand the phantom pushed the portal wide, appearing to emerge through the solid wall behing that false door-and in one lank arm the spectre held the limp figure of a beautiful senseless girl! A jeering, chuckling laugh broke from the phantom's grimacing lips"


Wraps are lightly worn to the edges, a couple of small nicks, the blue covers are browning to the extremeties, general light age soiling and wear, pages are uniformly browned/toned , staples have rusted. 


* Contains, Uncanny stories: THE PHANTOM OF THE PIT and THE RETURN OF THE PHANTOM, with gloriously crude, spooky illustrations (see pics), as expected, there are no other copies online, RARE





The Phantom of the Pit & The Return of the Phantom 1932 (The Bullseye)