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More widely known for starting Timely/Marvel Comics, Martin Goodman broke into the pulp publishing business in 1933 with //Western Supernovel Magazine// (quickly retitled //Complete Western Book Magazine//).
**Died:** June 6, 1992>>Goodman's Red Circle group published pulps under the Red Circle, Timely, Star, Atlas and Manvis brands.
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More widely known for starting Timely/Marvel Comics, Martin Goodman broke into the pulp publishing business in 1933 with //Western Supernovel Magazine// (quickly retitled //Complete Western Book Magazine//). He published pulps as Columbia Magazines.
**Died:** June 6, 1992>>Goodman's Columbia group published pulps under the Red Circle, Timely, Star and Atlas logos.


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