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Pulp fiction, mystery and fantasy tales.

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  1. THE SOWERS OF THE THUNDER
    $125.00

    INSCRIBED "To Micheal Thompson - Roy G. Krenkel" on half-title page. Krenkel provides color DJ and color frontispiece, B&W endpapers, and some 100 B&W interior illustrations - a project he worked 7 years on. He also provides an excellent Introduction to this superb collection of 4 of Howard's finest savage, grim, and incredible exciting tales, originally published in ORIENTAL STORIES and MAGIC CARPET MAGAZINE in the 1930s. Learn More
  2. RED SHADOWS ROBERT E. HOWARD
    $125.00

    Collects twelve stories, seven of which were first published in Weird Tales between 1928 and 1932, and three poems, all the known writings featuring Solomon Kane. Contains 4 full color illustrations by Jeff Jones. Learn More
  3. THE ALLURING ART OF MARGARET BRUNDAGE Deluxe
    $100.00

    Starting in 1932, Margaret Brundage forever changed the look of Fantasy and Horror with her alluring, sensationalistic covers for the legendary pulp magazine, Weird Tales. Brundage, whose art contemporaries include Virgil Finlay and Hannes Bok, is unique as she was the first female cover artist of the pulp era. Decades before the gothic fetish craze, Brundage's lush, provocative paintings, which frequently featured smoldering, semi-nude young women bearing whips, threatened by strange men or stranger beasts, or wandering lost in alien landscapes, became a focus of acute attention and controversy. Learn More
  4. THE PRIVATE FILES OF THE SHADOW
    $150.00

    For a generation of comics fans, the first six issues of DC’s The Shadow in 1973-74 represent the definitive version of the 1930s pulp detective hero. Writer Dennis O’Neil conjured up appropriately complex and violent potboilers, but it was the lavish artwork of Michael William Kaluta that etched the short series indelibly into the ranks of the classics. In 1988, DC collected those stories, along with a new Shadow thriller written and drawn by Kaluta, into a handsome hardcover edition that pre-dated the DC Archive series but anticipated their high-quality approach. Learn More
  5. DOMINO LADY THE COMPLETE COLLECTION DLX SLIPCASED
    $200.00

    From Indiana Jones to The Shadow, he's visualized more classic fictional icons than any other American artist and now he's added another, in a spectacular volume which incorporates four favorite Steranko themes: pulp fiction, noir mystery, art deco, and beautiful women. A new painted cover showcasing equal parts danger, intrigue, and sex appeal. Each adventure pits the sultry femme fatale against vicious gangsters and secret societies, all of which are captured by evocative Steranko double-page title illustrations. And as a Special Bonus, he has also authored a new thriller that reveals the sin-tillating secrets of the Domino Lady's lethal origin for the first time ever! She's the quintessential '30s pulp vixen, a masked manhunter in a noir deco world, right out of a Warner Bros, thriller in a handsome format. Learn More
  6. ART OF JON WHITCOMB DELUXE SLIPCASED
    $150.00

    This limited deluxe edition, number 66 of 100, comes in a pink cloth slipcase, and has a tipped in plate signed by Daniel Zimmer. A spectacular new art book from The Illustrated Press. 300 full color images, many from original paintings and drawings, plus rare photographs, and lots of magazine covers, advertising pieces, and story illustrations. Whitcomb was a pioneer in the switch from oil to gouache. He zoomed in on people, usually pretty young women, and became one of the top illustrators from the '40s to the 1960s, a major contributor in Collier's, McCalls', Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and other major magazines. Learn More
  7. FANCIFUL TALES OF TIME AND SPACE
    $300.00

    "Solomon Kane's Homecoming by Robert E. Howard, the second appearance of Lovecraft's story "The Nameless City" which originally appeared in *Wolverine* in 1921, "The Typewriter" by David H. Keller, "The Man from Dark Valley" by August Derleth and more, including a story by Wollheim. This is a semi-professional fanzine, with nice offset covers and newsprint inside. Edited by Donald Wollheim--who every sci-fi fan knows as a famous editor and founder of DAW Books. He would have been 21 or 22 years old when he published this, in probably an extremely small printing. Learn More
  8. A FIGHTING MAN OF MARS
    $175.00

    This is the tale of Tan Hadron of Hastor, a poor Barsoomian padwar in love with the beautiful, haughty Sanoma Tora, daughter of Tor Hatan, a minor but rich noble. Since he is only a low ranking officer, she spurns him. But when she is kidnapped the real adventures begin. Note: Front dust jacket flap mounted to back page of the book. Inside cover and first page are inscribed from a previous owner. Learn More
  9. THE MONSTER MEN
    $65.00

    Professor Maxon sailed with his daughter for a long ocean voyage, which he hoped would aid him in rapid recuperation, and permit him to forget the nightmare memory of those three horrible days and nights in his workshop. He believed that he had reached an unalterable decision never again to meddle with the mighty, awe inspiring secrets of creation; but with returning health and balance he found himself viewing his recent triumph with feelings of renewed hope and anticipation. Learn More
  10. THE DUNWICH HORROR
    $75.00

    Vintage paperback from an obscure small publisher, collecting one of the earliest HPL appearances in paperback. With cool original cover art. A horror short story by H. P. Lovecraft. Written in 1928, it was first published in the April 1929 issue of Weird Tales (pp. 481–508). It takes place in Dunwich, a fictional town in Massachusetts. It is considered one of the core stories of the Cthulhu Mythos. The Dunwich Horror is one of the few tales Lovecraft wrote wherein the heroes successfully defeat the antagonistic entity or monster of the story. Learn More

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