The Artists Who Gave 1960s Pulp Fiction Its Killer Look

The men on the pulp fiction book covers were muscular, two-fisted, unsmiling and action-eyed. The women were titillating, often partially clothed, dangerous and suggestive. They were the lurid, raunchy, exploitative, popular and vilified faces of work by the likes of Mickey Spillane, Earl Stanley Gardner, Hammond Innes, Alistair Mclean and Helen McInnes, whose paperback books … Continue reading “The Artists Who Gave 1960s Pulp Fiction Its Killer Look”

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