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Fools Die on Friday (pulp cover)
A later edition of Fools Die on Friday by A.A.Fair with a new tagline and revised artwork. 60% less boobs!
Utz (1914-1999) is best known for his prolific output of covers for the Saturday Evening Post in the 1950's and 1960's. More on Thornton Utz at Today's Inspiration.
What is the secret? What is the secret?!
"Slay the Loose Ladies" by Patrick Quentin by Vintage Cool 2, via Flickr
The Asteroid God | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
"Okay," the man behind the picture frame said. "It's pretty painful to get a bullet through your jaw. Let's keep all your bullets in the gun." [This looks more 1970's than modern, but...]
Meanwhile Back At The Morgue....sounds like a great writing prompt!
Wait a minute, they work at a beach AND they get to listen to a boom box? Why do they look so unhappy?
Carl Shannon, Lady, that's my Skull, Harlequin, 1951. Cover by Amos Glover.
Robby the Robot was my solo feature in the Linda Lefler Scool of Dance. Absolutely true.
Baryé Phillips: Locked Doors by Mary Robert Rinehart / Dell 10 Cent Books 4, 1951
A. Drake Western Aces: The Swashbuckling Buckaroo Oil on Canvas 38 1/2? x 20 1/2? 1940?s Robert Lesser Collection, promised gift to the New Britain Museum of American Art / AL