You'd think that the letter "O" would be another problematic letter with few titles, and even fewer titles that would be considered interesting. You would be wrong. The Letter "O" gives us a cavalcade of titles that were either obscure, rare, or famous, or sometimes a combination of all three.
OVER THE TOP, April 1929
ORIENTAL STORIES, February 1931
OPERATOR #5, December 1934
THE OCTOPUS, Feb/March 1939
THE OCEAN, April 1907, Vol. 1, No. 2
OUTDOOR STORIES, August 1928