On this page are all manner of magazines and comics with Leslie Charteris items - not just the Saint.
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Super Detective Library were published by the Amalgamated Press (UK), mostly reprint adaptations of the New York Herald Tribune comic strips that Leslie Charteris did the plot summaries for. John Spranger did the original artwork. Some were later reprinted as facsimilies.

Menace of the Poison Pen The Saint and the Vanishing Policemen The Saint and the Vanishing Policemen
Aug 1953 N. 11 The Menace of the Poison Pen.
Adaptation of a 1953 Herald Tribune comic strip,
later written up as Le Saint condamne sans appel
(Fayard 1955); Facsimile copy nr mint. 19.99

Or, an original copy a bit worn 14.99.
Oct 1953 N15. The Saint and the Vanishing Policemen.
Adaptation of The Policeman with Wings (see Enter the Saint).
Scripted by Eddie Player; illustrated by Pete Sutherland. An original copy a bit worn 14.99.
Apr 1954 No. 28. You Can't Stop the Saint. Adaptation of The High Fence from The Saint Goes On, first published as The Man Who Knew in The Thriller 1934.
SOLD OUT
Danger - The Saint at Work You Can't Stop The Saint The Saint's Sunken Gold
Jun 1954 N. 33 Danger - the Saint at Work.
Adaptation of a 1953 Herald Tribune comic strip. Facsimile copy nr mint. 19.99.

Or, an original copy worn 9.99
.
Sep 1954 N. 38 The Saint Plays the Joker
This is an adaptation of The Man Who was Clever, which first appeared in The Thriller May 4th 1929 and was later included in Enter the Saint 1930.
Illustrated by Pete Sutherland.
Facsimile copy nr mint. 19.99.

An original copy a bit worn 14.99
.
Aug 1955 N. 59 The Saint's Sunken Gold.
Adaptation of a 1954 Herald Tribune comic strip. 14.99

Or, a very worn copy 9.99.

Private Eyes magazines are reprints of old syndicated Saint strip cartoons.

Private Eyes 1
Private Eyes Issue 1. Sept 1988. A reprint of The Saint comic strip first published in New York Herald Tribune March 22-May 2 1954. Mint (32pp). 5
Private Eyes 2
Private Eyes Issue 2. Nov 1988. A reprint of The Saint comic strip first published in New York Herald Tribune May 3-June 13 1954. Mint (32pp) SOLD OUT
Private Eyes 3
Private Eyes Issue 3. Jan1989. A reprint of The Saint comic strip first published in New York Herald Tribune June 14-July 25 1954. (32pp) SOLD OUT
Private Eyes 4
Private Eyes issue 4. May 1989. A reprint of The Saint comic strip first published in New York Herald Tribune July 26 - October 17 1954. Mint (56pp) SOLD OUT
Private Eyes 5
Private Eyes Issue 5. August 1989. A reprint of The Saint comic strip first published in New York Herald Tribune Oct 18 - Nov 7 1954 and Feb 7 - April 17 1955. SOLD OUT
Private Eyes 6
Private Eyes Issue 6. Dec 1989. A reprint of The Saint comic strip first published in New York Herald Tribune April 18, 1955 - Jul 17 1955. (56pp) SOLD OUT
The cover art for The Saint editions of Private Eyes was by Bruce Timm. I have 3 mint copies nicely signed by him @ 20 each:
Private Eyes Signed copy Private Eyes Signed copy Private Eyes Signed copy

Tough Guys Wild Women reprinted 1940s Saint strips

Super Detective Library
Leslie Charteris Tough Guys Wild Women Leslie Charteris Tough Guys Wild Women    
Tough Guys Wild Women number 1 March 1989 with reprints of Saint comic strips from 1949. Sorry, sold out. Tough Guys Wild Women number 2 June 1989 with reprints of Saint comic strips from 1948/9. SOLD OUT    

The Saint's Choice magazines.

The Saint's Choice The Saint's Choice The Saint's Choice of True Crime
This is the first Saint's Choice. Contains The Million Pound Day from Holy Terror. All authors are English, & Leslie says he intends the next issue to be all American. 1945 wartime quality paper. 15
Saint's Choice Vol 2 all American authors. Includes The Man Who Liked Ants 15
3rd volume, True Crime stories. 1945 U.S. (war-time paper hence fragile & brown - poor cvr). Contains The Human Torch - the true story behind The Sizzling Saboteur 15.
The Saint's Choice of Impossible Crime The Saint's Choice of Humorous Crime  
Impossible Crime. Science fiction. 1945 wartime quality paper. Contains The Gold Standard from Once More The Saint. 15
Humorous Crime. 1945 wartime quality paper. Contains Miracle Tea Party from Follow The Saint 15
 

Detective magazines with Saint stories etc

Saint - Triple Detective Detective
Triple Detective Winter 1951. Sold out.
Cosmopolitan magazine / Leslie Charteris The Saint
Cosmopolitan Magazine Dec 1940. Contains publication of The Saint in Miami. This is a 'complete book-length novel'. Illustrations by Stanley Parkhouse. 25
Complete Stories / Leslie Charteris The Saint
Complete Stories Oct 1929. Contains Death in a Box 'A novel by England's new mystery writer LESLIE CHARTERIS' so is probably 1st USA printing. An abridged version of The National Debt from Alias the Saint starring Rameses Smith, not Simon Templar. SOLD OUT
Detective Fiction Weekly The Saint
Detective Fiction Weekly March 18th 1939. Contains The Star Producers. SOLD OUT
Black Mask The Saint
Black Mask comic March 1944. Contains first printing of Murder Goes to Market, later included in The Saint on Guard as The Black Market. Quite worn, 12
Saint in California
The Saint in California. Thriller Magazine 23. 25
Ellery Queen's Mystery Mag Nov 48
Ellery Queen's Mystery Mag Nov 48 contains first printing of Salt on his Tail retitled Emily in Saint Errant. 20

Pocket Book Weekly Feb 16 1946. Nice condition but cover a little worn. Contains part 2 (of 3) of The Saint in Trouble. 9
Suspense magazine with Saint story
Suspense Jan 1959. Contains Quarterdeck Club, retitled Lida in Saint Errant. Lovely condition, 20

Suspense magazine with Saint story
Suspense Sept 1959. Contains The Prince of Cherkessia from Boodle. Virtually mint. My ref cfc. 20
Suspense magazine with Saint story
Suspense Dec 1959. Contains Salt on his Tail, called Emily in Saint Errant. Lovely almost-unopened condition, but going a little brown here and there. 20.

Other magazines with Saint stories or Charteris items

The American magazine / Leslie Charteris The Saint
The American Magazine Jan 1934. Contains first publication of Paris Adventure renamed Judith when included in Saint Errant. Illustrations by Samuel N Abbott.
Paris Adventure was Leslie’s first US sale. He was thrilled to receive the huge sum of $500 for it, and proudly deposited the cheque in a New York Bank. Franklin Roosevelt then declared a bank holiday, and unfortunately Leslie's chosen bank went bust during that holiday.
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The American magazine / Leslie Charteris The Saint
The American Magazine Sept 1934. Contains first publication (condensed version) of The Saint in New York. Illustrations by Saul Tepper. 25
The American magazine / Leslie Charteris The Saint
The American Magazine June 1936. Contains first publication of The Saint and the Siren, which was retitled The Smart Detective when it appeared in The Happy Highwayman. Illustrations by Donald Teague. Slight surface loss to cover.25
The American magazine / Leslie Charteris The Saint
The American Magazine Oct 1936. Contains first publication of The Wicked Cousin from Happy Highwayman as The Saint in Hollywood. A girl inherits some letters. Illustrations by Donald Teague. Slightly creased. 25
The American magazine / Leslie Charteris The Saint
The American Magazine May 1937. Contains Publication of Thieves' Picnic (which came out in hardback 1937, but I'm not sure whether this preceded it). This is a condensed version and takes place in Haiti, not the Canaries. Also, all references to Hoppy are omitted. Illustrations by Donald Teague. 25
The American magazine / Leslie Charteris The Saint
The American Magazine May 1947. Contains first (abridged) publication of The King of the Beggars, which appeared in Call for The Saint. Illustrated. 25

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