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"How Pulp Science Fiction Cover Art Got Its Sense of Wonder...."

"The All-Story" cover by Harry Grant Dart, c. illustration for the online article "How Pulp Science Fiction Cover Art Got Its Sense of Wonder." This is the basis for the updated art I posted just a minute ago.

Deadline To Pluto by Vargo Statten (John Russell Fearn). Scion Ltd, 1951.

Deadline to Pluto novel by Vargo Statten sci-fi pulp cover. Spaceship, spacesuit astronaut raygun retro futurism back to the future tomorrow tomorrowland space planet age airship steampunk dieselpunk alien aliens martian martians BEMs BEM's

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Pulp Science Fiction Under German Totalitarianism

Pulp Science Fiction Under German Totalitarianism

Pulp science fiction — in this case, meaning both serial magazines and stories and films which emphasized action, adventure, and plot at the expense of character and aspirations to Art — has been popular in Germany from the beginning.

San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Exclusive Grant Morrison x Heavy Metal x Brian Ewing “Hail to the Chief” Standard Edition Screen Print

San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Exclusive Grant Morrison x Heavy Metal x Brian Ewing “Hail to the Chief” Standard Edition Screen Print

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