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Art pulp fiction

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theniftyfifties: “ ‘This Island, Earth’ - 1955 sci fi film poster. ” Nope, this is actually a modern poster! Designed by the amazing Francesco Francavilla for Mondo down in Austin, TX. Old Movie Posters, Classic Movie Posters, Movie Poster Art, Horror Movie Posters, Horror Movies, Classic Sci Fi Movies, Film Science Fiction, Earth Poster, Sci Fi Films

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“Thanks for including THIS ISLAND EARTH! RT @MondoNews our TOP 10 lists! First one just went up.http://t.co/NMR6B3O2j6”

the-october-country: Lawrance Sterne Stevens, Virgil Finlay illustrated ‘The Homecoming’ by Ray Bradbury for Famous Fantastic Mysteries in December Arte Horror, Horror Art, Dark Fantasy Art, Dark Art, Satanic Art, Bizarre, Mystique, Vintage Horror, Art Graphique

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Riding mower batteries ought to be maintained when fully charged and replaced when dead and you need all the right materials when you are about to replace the batteries. Ensure you have with you:...

Hot Day, Hot Night (aka Blind Man with a Pistol) African American Movies, Pulp Fiction Book, Book Cover Art, Book Covers, Cinema, Pulp Art, Wedding Humor, Vintage Movies, Betta

Hot Day, Hot Night (aka Blind Man with a Pistol)

Signet Book451-Y6805 (1975) Chester Himes Cover artist unknown Chester Himes wrote several novels featuring Harlem cops Coffin Ed Johnson and Grave Digger Jones between 1957 and 1969. Though Signet lists this book as being #6 in the series, this was actually the last Johnson/Jones novel to be published in Himes' lifetime. He wrote 8 in all, with one more left unfinished at the time of his death. Like all good 70s pulp paperbacks, this one's got one of those cardboard two-sided cigarette ads…

 Most covers of this work pay attention to the body switching part of the first half of the story and not the human sacrifice to an evil false god plot of the second. Arte Do Pulp Fiction, Pulp Fiction Book, Science Fiction Books, Classic Sci Fi Books, John Carter Of Mars, Fantasy Book Covers, Pulp Magazine, Pulp Art, Illustrations

Vintage Geek Culture

Good cover. Most covers of this work pay attention to the body switching part of the first half of the story and not the human sacrifice to an evil false god plot of the second.

The Violent World of Michael Shayne - Brett Halliday, cover by Robert McGinnis Arte Do Pulp Fiction, Pulp Fiction Book, Robert Mcginnis, Vintage Book Covers, Comic Book Covers, Comic Books, Roman, Book Cover Art, Book Art

Dell 9334 _ 1965

1965; The Violent World of Michael Shayne by Brett Halliday. Cover art by Robert McGinnis.

Virgil Finlay, illustration for The Ship of Ishtar by A. Art And Illustration, Art Illustrations, Art Pulp, Science Fiction, Occult Art, Ex Libris, Cthulhu, Dark Art, Art Inspo

Mighty Max, Mighty art

Qui est né dans les années 80 se souvient forcément du "Polly Pocket pour garçons" sorti en 1992, Mighty Max. Intrépide ado qui se battait contre les monstres les plus dégueulasses de l'histoire, Max Puissant avait deux lieux de combat : les Doom Zones, têtes de la taille d'un cd, ouvrables et révélant un décor plutôt détaillé, ou bien les Horror Heads, plus petites. Sont également sortis : décors géants, séries diverses, montres, jeux vidéos etc... Tout ça pour dire que sur ce site, on peut…

Guilty Bystander by Wade Miller. Cover art by Mitchell Hooks ? Pulp Fiction Kunst, Pulp Fiction Book, Pulp Magazine, Magazine Art, Thriller Novels, Estilo Pin Up, Vintage Book Covers, Up Book, Book Cover Art

Seattle Mystery Bookshop Hardboiled

flickr 1947 Farrar Strauss hardcover 1963 Signet reissue cover art by Mitchell Hooks Seattle Mystery Bookshop

pulp novel The Feminists, a fascinating example of the trope of misogynist fears regarding gender equality wrought as dystopian sci-fi theme] Pulp Fiction Kunst, Pulp Fiction Book, Pulp Novel, Estilo Pin Up, Book Cover Art, Book Covers, Pulp Magazine, Magazine Covers, Guys And Dolls

The Funniest, most SHOCKING Romance Pulp Fiction Covers

Pulp fiction paperbacks sold by the millions, for a dime, in the 1950s and 1960s. Despite their lapel-grabbing, shocking, often tawdry, salacious covers and contents, they’re interesting cultural relics because they repackage some of the most basic plots, fantasies, fables and parables of their time...