In 1934 a young author named Edward P. Norris began appearing in pulp magazines. An interesting character named Nibs Holloway became very popular with readers of ALL DETECTIVE, especially in the 2nd story when Nibs was faced with the evil Doctor Death. There were only six stories of Nibs Holloway that I know about, four of which featured his foe, Doctor Death. Norris then made numerous appearances in other magazines like Secret Agent X, Popular Detective, etc. And suddenly he disappeared in 1940. We never knew what happened with this interesting pulp scribe.
Having lost his paycheck, he now looked for a new source of income. This was when his writing began, as well as a job in a printing business.