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While most French-Canadian pulps sported monochromatic or duotone covers and ran about 30 pages, the format of Mon magazine policier et d'aventures was much closer to that of the English-Canadian and American pulps. This issue featured six stories and ran 130 pages. Its colourful cover is uncredited.