The Spider magazine launched in September 1933 (with the October issue) to cash in on the new genre of single-character "Hero Pulps" initiated by The Shadow in 1931. The Spider ran for ten years, publishing 118 "novel-length" adventures.
What are Pulps?
Pulps are fiction magazines printed on cheap pulp paper that were published during the first half of the Twentieth Century, and dominated popular culture between World War I and II.
List of Adventures
A full list of all 118 issues with author credits, reprint info, publishing notes, and short TV-Guide-style plot synopses.
All 118 covers of The Spider posted on the web for the very first time; Includes scans from my own collection (these can be viewed at full size) mixed with the best jpegs I have found over the years.
Interior Art Gallery
If you've only read paperback reprints of The Spider or Doc Savage, you may not know that Pulp magazines were illustrated! Here's a gallery of Spider work from the great J. Fleming Gould!
These are the Pulp Masters that wrote, illustrated and published The Spider magazine from 1933-1943.