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Mondo Urania

Published by Arnoldo Mondadori Editore since October 10, 1952, the Italian magazine Urania is the longest life science fiction series published in Italy. The site Mondo Urania has an amazing collection with tons of Urania covers, resumes and and its … Continue reading

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The Science Fiction Art of H. W. McCauley

It’s very easy win a link from Bibi’s box: you just need to post pretty images of pin-ups. I won’t be able to resist. I noticed my weakness some minutes ago, while I was having a very interesting conversation with … Continue reading

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There is never enough pulp books to post. That’s why I would like to invite you to visit the pulp portion of PulpGen. The first reason to take a look there is the biography and bibliography of four pulp fiction … Continue reading

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Detective Comics

The comic book Detective Comics have been by DC Comics since 1937. With more than 800 issues now published, it is the longest continuously-published comic book in the United States, remaining a monthly publication as of 2007. A great collection … Continue reading

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Datajunkie Pulp-o-rama

Last month Datajunkie made a very good Pulp-o-rama post with a collection of scanned covers of magazines like Great Science Fiction, Infinity Science Fiction, IF – Worlds of Science Fiction, Worlds of Tomorrow, The Original Science Fiction Stories, Satellite Science … Continue reading

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Fate Magazine Covers

Fate is a magazine of paranormal phenomena. Started in 1948, it has published expert opinions and personal experiences relating to UFOs, psychic abilities, ghosts and hauntings, cryptozoology, alternative medicine, and Fortean phenomena for a devoted readership worldwide. I can’t imagine … Continue reading

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Enoch Bolles

Pin-ups are always pretty and give a much better look to this blog. That’s why I needed to post new illustrations of lovely girls. After several posts of George Petty & Alberto Vargas it was time to post about the … Continue reading

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The Original Black Cat Covers

I don’t remember when datajunkie posted for the first time about The Black Cat, but I’m glad that he re-post several covers of this comic book, strips and illustrations of her tricks in The Original Black Cat. She has a … Continue reading

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The sexy vampire heroine Vampirella, created by Forrest J. Ackerman, has been homaged in hundreds of sites. Vampirella Comics is the best I saw until now. The excellent site was created by an obsessive Vampirella’s fan and his wife, that … Continue reading

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Peanuts Nostalgia

I used to read Peanuts in the newspaper and watch the cartoon at the Sundays. It was nice, but I missed something: Peanuts isn’t for kids. To really understand it you need of more knowledge that you just get with … Continue reading

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