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Artist Ástor Alexander used his mad art skills to reimagine a few classic Nintendo games as pulp fiction book covers.

Nintendo Games Reimagined as Pulp Fiction Book Covers

imthenic: “ PulpNintendo - The Bounty Hunter by Astor Alexander ” pulp samus poster movie

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I Had To Use The Public Restroom! from Professional Literature for Librarians (click through for more)

"Satan was a Lesbian" | Vintage Pulp Fiction Paperback Book Cover Art....Well, he does do that thing with his tongue. :)

12 Insane Queer Pulp Novel Covers

Satan Was A Lesbian Vintage Pulp Novel Cover Retro Art Poster-

The Evolution of Sexy Librarians in Pop Culture

The Evolution of Sexy Librarians in Pop Culture

Too funny! - Bibliobimbo: Depraved By an Unbridled Lust for Rare Books. Every Bookseller in Town Had Been in Her Library.

sci+fi+pulp+art | Renaissance Next • View topic - Sci Fi, Fantasy and Pulp Art

1956 Bantam Books novelization of the MGM film Forbidden Planet by W.

Classic sci-fi movies reimagined as pulp magazine covers -- Pulp Sci-Fi - Imgur

Pulp Sci-Fi

Finally finished another one in my sci-fi pulp cover series. I'm really excited for Prometheus to come out this weekend (first Ridley Scott sci-fi in Alien Pulp Cover

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Glen Orbik, pulp illustrator of Hard Case Crime. Fifty-to-One Charles Ardai

Robert McGinnis (born 1926) is an American artist and illustrator. McGinnis is known for his illustrations of over 1200 paperback book covers, and over 40 movie posters, including Breakfast at Tiffanys, Barbarella, and several James Bond's.

Robert McGinnis (born is an American artist and illustrator. McGinnis is known for his illustrations of over 1200 paperback book covers, and over 40 movie posters, including Breakfast at Tiffanys, Barbarella, and several James Bond's.

Haunted Houses Pulp Art c. 1960’s-1970’s. Love love love everything about this! Sinister and gorgeous.

forthegothicheroine: “ vintagegal: “ Haunted Houses Pulp Art c. ” I don’t care if “woman running away from a house” is an overused gothic romance cover art thing, I love it.

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