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Adventure House

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Pulp art magazine collectors and students of pulp art will find two coverages exceptional in their history and reproduction of some of the best pulp art. Bedarski: Pulp Art Masters (1886937741, $20.00) provides an exciting art history survey of the works of one Rudolph Belarski, who produced some of the best paperback book pulp art of the late 1940s and 50s. Nearly 350 of his pulp covers are reproduced--many from the artist's own color proofs and archives--while author John Gunnison provides a sound organization by pulp theme for easy understanding. Darrell C. Richardson's Those Macabre Pulps (1886937796, $22.00) comes from a multi-faceted author who has produced numerous articles about pulp magazines, science fiction and more. Cover reproductions and inside art selections are accompanied by brief histories and a fine listing of issue contents, making Those Macabre Pulps a thrilling survey of the field as a whole.
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Date:Feb 1, 2005
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