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Fools Die on Friday (pulp cover)
Original cover of Fools Die on Friday by A.A.Fair via Rex Parker
A later edition of Fools Die on Friday by A.A.Fair with a new tagline and revised artwork. 60% less boobs!
Carl Shannon, Lady, that's my Skull, Harlequin, 1951. Cover by Amos Glover.
Shot in 1956, American Abstract Expressionist painter Helen Frankenthaler (1928- 2011) in her studio, for "LIFE" magazine. Photographed by Gordon Parks. via the Guardian
Tired of being typecast as a super-suave spy, Sean Connery had a lucrative second career posing for Pulp covers.
Startling Stories, Mar 19??
The flowing hair, the perfect makeup. Earle Bergey sure knew out to render glamorous pulp action. But, for a pulp cover, she's quite the liberated woman: She's not in bondage nor a damsel in distress.
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.
Turn to the other channel if you dare.....
Hate Alley. At the intersection of Mug Street and Purse-Snatch Lane. Pulp - 1957.
Just what you were hoping for--to kozy up with a kozy book about water witches.
Just be aware that the vocabulary is restricted to "bang!", "blam!", "bratatat!" (the last one have to be expressed with bullets from a machine gun).
Tall, Blonde and Evil, by Greg Hamilton Midwood F366, 1964 PBO Cover art by Paul Rader