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The Paperback Fanatic issue 43Independently published #ad - With a stunning visual gallery of the paperback art of Robert McGinnis and rare illustrations from Men's Adventure Magazines for Gil Brewer stories. 125 colour illustrations of rare Gold Medal paperbacks and associated books and magazines. Pieces on classic noir authors Gil Brewer, Dan J Marlowe, John D MacDonald, Charles Williams.
Gold medal special! 88 full-colour pages devoted to articles on the legendary publisher and its key authors. Plus in-depth reviews of Gold Medal classics such as Black Wings Has My Angel.
The Paperback Fanatic issue 42: The fanzine for collectors of vintage paperbacksIndependently published #ad - Articles, features and interviews on collecting vintage paperbacks. Including-the original cover art for notorious horror paperback eat them alive!Rare correspondence from Dennis Wheatley!Report from Windy City and LA Book Fairs!Interviews with the authors of Sticking it to the Man, Eric Stanton and the Bizarre Underground, Light into Ink, and the publisher of pulp 2.
0 press!forgotten sf authors from the 1960s and 70s!70 pages, all in full-colour.
Grindhouse Purgatory #14Independently published #ad - Grindhouse purgatory is back with its autumn issue! We look at L. Q. Jones' illustrious career, hear from indie filmmaker eric Wilding, check out The Devil's Rain, say goodbye to Dick Miller and Larry Cohen, spend some time with the ouvre of Charles Bronson, and much more!.
Men of Violence: All Reviews SpecialIndependently published #ad - Takes in a wide spectrum of the genre, tough cops, including spies, vigilantes and soldiers-of-fortune. Black and white. Fully illustrated. 100+ reviews of classic men's adventure paperbacks from the 1960s and 70s best typified by series such as The Executioner, The Destroyer and The Death Merchant.
bare•bones: The Best OfIndependently published #ad - Schow! • a look back at the trilogy of terror zuni! • interviews with Bill Crider, Richard Prather, Robert Serling and Bay Area Creature Features horror host Bob Wilkins! Born from the ashes of the scream factory magazine, bare•bones 1997-2001 unearthed some of the best vintage and forgotten paperbacks, films, television, pulp fiction, and video.
This volume collects many of the best articles from the magazine’s original run, john sanford’s prey novels, including: • Overviews of fiction series including: George Chesbro’s Mongo, Karl Edward Wagner’s Kane, Robert Lory’s Dracula, Richard Stark’s Parker, and the Black novels of Cornell Woolrich! • Retrospectives on filmmakers Edward L.
bare•bones: The Best Of #ad - Cahn and jerry warren! • an overview of the blind dead films! • ann-margret movie tie-ins! • annotated Indexes to Saturn Science Fiction and Web Detective Stories pulps! • A detailed overview of the Dark Shadows novels of Dan Marilyn Ross! • Commentary on Trevanian and Top Ten lists by David J.
The Collected Pulp Horror: Volume OneIndependently published #ad - A collection of the out-of-print first three issues of Pulp Horror, the fanzine dedicated to vintage horror fiction from pulps, magazines and paperbacks. Interviews, articles and reviews on 50 years of classic horror fiction.
TALES OF FRANKENSTEINIndependently published #ad - Pulp 2. 0 www. Pulp2ohpress. Com has collected this team of classic creature illustrators mike vosburg, russ rainbolt, niK POLIWKO, JIM CRAIG, BRIAN POSTMAN, and CRAIG WILSON. Comic art genius and publisher jim sterankO puts it best when he says, "Were she still with us, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley would be amped.
. From his foreword. The frankenstein saga continues in this graphic anthology! the legend of “frankenstein” is known throughout the world, as recorded by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in her classic novel… How, more than two centuries ago, a scientist named Victor Frankenstein created - from corpses - and brought to life an immortal Monster.
TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN #ad - But the story of Frankenstein was just the beginning. Glut's terrifying tales beyond the Frankenstein Monster. What you get is a fresh interpretation of the movie and their original short stories. Together they each brought a unique artistic perspective to Donald F. The artists were given free reign to interpret the stories visually going beyond the TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN movie.
Weng's Chop Cinema Megazine #12: Standard EditionIndependently published #ad - Standard edition – black-and-white interior the incredible cinema megazine returns for another genre- and century-spanning issue! over 200 pages of articles and reviews of crazy fun films to sate your weird and wild cinematic appetites! no hate-filled rants here--just recommendations from our passionate stable of movie geeks who live to track down all the weird, suffer little children & mike diana, comic & graphic novel reviews, horrorant film festival 5, sin city Horror Fest 2018, Trashy Turkish Treats, obscure, forgotten and overlooked gems and tell you all about them! Whether your flavor is horror, The Nutty Projector: Jerry Lewis Cinema Chain, Neglected Movies Basement, Doug Brunell's Sinful Cinema Books, Pimping Godfrey Ho, A Fistful of Italian Westerns: The Twilight Years, Invasion of the Silver AI, international weirdness or arthouse, Killer Food in the Movies, Two Horror Gems from Giorgio Ferroni, Hallmarks of Horror: '70s Ballyhoo, Gene Simmons Exploitation Movies, action, Greek VHS Mayhem, exploitation, there's something in here for you! -- INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Mermaids in the Movies, and tons of crazy movies new & Video Nasties Hysteria, The HBLB Paradox: Walkabout, Interview with Frank Henenlotter & old for you to discover! -- WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM: Michelle Alexander, 1972: Night of Fear, Daniel Best, Tonight on a Very Special Episode Book Preview, Ingmar Bergman: Exploitation Trickster, Interview with Georgina Spelvin, Jim Barker, Stephen R.
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Grindhouse Purgatory Greatest HitsHappy Cloud Publishing #ad - And much more! all brought to you by 42nd Street Pete's special brand of off-beat humor! Spaghetti westerns! hardcore wrestling! codename: Wild Geese! The forgotten beauty of '70s 42nd Street! Plus a little tribute to our departed friend, Andy Copp. The very first grindhouse purgatory omnibus issue collects the best material from the now out-of-print Issues 1-3, along with some brand new material unavailable anywhere else.
Mind-Staggering Tales of the Bizarre! Issues #1-4 of Classic Horror - Skywald's Psycho: Volume 1: Gwandanaland Comics #2371Independently published #ad - The line centered on horror, with NIGHTMARE, PSYCHO and SCREAM headlining. Please visit these sites and enjoy viewing their comic files. Publishing's pirate reprinter israel waldman, Skywald using parts of each last name was going to be the next force in comics! The long list of established professionals suiggested that this would be the case: Writers T.
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