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Banner: Tales From The Vault! Canadian Pulp Fiction 1940-1952
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Canadian Pulp Industry
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Les exploits policiers du Domino Noir. No. 877 ([1964])

Les exploits policiers du Domino Noir was typical of many French-Canadian pulps. Published in the fascicule ("booklet" or "pamphlet") format, Domino Noir followed the adventures of its title character over hundreds of issues. The eponymous hero was in fact the alter ego of Alain de Guise, an excentric millionaire who seeks adventure under the anonymous disguise of Domino Noir."

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