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Comic books in 'Pulp Art Masters'

  • Issue #1-1ST
    Pulp Art Masters SC (2007 Walter Baumhofer) 1-1ST

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    Walter Baumhofer - 1st printing. By John P. Gunnison. For just a few short years, Walter Baumhofer sprang into pop culture history as the first artist to imagine Doc Savage, The Man of Bronze. Baumhofer's unofficial title of "King of the Pulps" was well earned, as most publishers were envious of those few firms for which he painted covers, producing art that sold the magazines well beyond the stories themselves. Baumhofer ultimately made the move into lucrative advertising and slick markets in the mid-thirties, but he left behind pulp covers that were imitated for years. Softcover, 9-in. x 11 1/2-in., 112 pages, full color. Cover price $20.00.

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    Belarski: Pulp Art Masters SC (2003 Adventure House) 1-1ST

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    1st printing. A master at building suspense through figure, perspective, and color, Rudolph Belarski dazzled the newsstand browser with pictorial headlines of vital action scenes pertaining to the interior story. In doing so, he sold magazines and books to a drama-craving audience, and propelled publishing's mass markets, thus infiltrating American minds with the trends and fashions of pop culture. His remarkable versatility as an artist can be seen in the range of his published work in pulp magazines, his exciting paintings appearing on the covers of Thrilling Mystery, Wings, and War Birds, as well as The Phantom Detective, Mystery Book, Argosy, and Western Round-Up. Boasting over 400 images, this tome takes us on a pulse-pounding, thrilling visual tour of this pulp icon's gallery of works. Softcover, 9-in. x 11 1/2-in., 112 pages, full color. Cover price $20.00.