Finally got it done--nearly 2000 entries.
The link is here, but that's the alphabetical version of the raw data. I haven't had the chance (and won't until Friday, probably) to break it down into genres and into genres-by-country, nor have I had the chance to draw any conclusions from the data. (Honestly, I've been doing nothing but data entry since last Thursday). Too, it's always going to be an incomplete list, because of the impossibility of reconstructing accurate data of these magazines and because some of the Euro pulp collectors are, if anything, even more hostile to outsiders than American pulp collectors. (There's a Dutch pulp expert who would only share his data if I paid him).
Still, it's a starting place, right?
I do NOT understand the desire to hoard information. Hoard STUFF, sure. If I get rid of it, then I won't HAVE it. But I'm a scientist by vocation. Data is to be shared, or it is nothing. Being the guy who shares the data that no one else has, that's like winning the science lottery.
Then your list, at least for the German market, is woefully incomplete. It completely lacks a lot of still active series, like Perry Rhodan, Jerry Cotton, Maddrax, Wyatt Earp, John Sinclair, Larry Brent, Macabros...
You could use the Sammlerecke.de list as a starting point. Plus the Bastei and Kelter homepages. The links below should give you a nice starting point. And don't hesitate to ask me if you need help. I'm no expert, but I have the advantage of being and knowing German.
Actually, my research (for my book) was only up until 1945, with a few exceptions, like the East German pulps. I don't claim to cover anything past then. My list is not "woefully incomplete," it's limited in chronological scope.
I know about the current German pulps, and went through the sites you mentioned and many others, as well as books by Heinz Galle, Manfred Pilz, and many others. (My bibliography is around 150 books, most not in English).