Posts Tagged ‘Inside’

Atomolinks: On the Inside

Sabotage on Sulfur Planet

When you start talking about pulp science fiction magazines, many people immediately mention the classic, colorful, lurid covers of the era – and rightly so. The astounding cover art is what really make the pulp era memorable, even for those of us that weren’t alive at the time (like me!).┬áBut what many people forget about is the interior art which, while generally black and white line art, could be just as excellent.

The World Thinker

I was happy to stumble upon a set by Flickr user “Doc Mars.” While the set features art from Jack Vance stories, it’s a wonderful example of pulp scifi art in general – both cover and interior art.

Check it out, you won’t regret it.

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09 2010