12/7/11

Vintage Men's Mags #20: 100+ Pages of Pulp



As much as I'd like to sit and read with you the story of Prophet Briggs and his Share-the-Wife Cult, we really don't have the time. There's tons more to check out  - each one every bit as lurid and juicy as this one. Indeed, these old men's mags were choc full of articles emblazoned with tantalizing titles and eye-popping illustrations.

So, buckle up. Here's a truck load of pulp pages for your viewing pleasure.







15 comments:

  1. Is it just me or does it look like Anthony Perkins is starring in Mr. Cheng's Bawdy House and Peter O'Toole is featured in Soft Buxom Hideout?

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  2. Wow, my life is so unexciting in comparison...LOL! Keep up the good work!

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  3. Looks like Ernest Borgnine in "Harem Fort of Brother 12"

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  4. Hey Gilligan

    This is a great collection of inner articles and art from these great old magazines that cans till blow the mind of a reader, at least as far as the art work and catchy blurbs go.

    I do not know if you know about this site but it is dedicated to old men's action mags and the people who created them. Very thorough:

    http://www.menspulpmags.com/


    Bill

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  5. Primo stuff as always, thank you!

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  6. Thanks for the positive comments. It's nice to hear of others who appreciate old pulp.

    @MPorcius - Looks more like Richard Benjamin in the Bawdy House to me. :-)

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  7. It's great to see these. For my novel "Nothing Men" I was thinking of having a pulp style cover consigned, but went with a photograph instead. The idea was there, however. I even wanted to have the blurb, "A Teen Girl's Vacation ... In HELL!" Years ago I was acquiring some men's pulps for a client, and it was so much fun to see all these covers and stories. Definitely an influence.

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  8. What a real labour of love to upload them all! Wasn't aware that Patton employed a sex platoon though... would invigorate my classes with some revisionist history...

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  9. If "Sex Clubs Are [His] Business", I wonder if he's hiring...

    "Witness For The Prostitution"; that's very clever.

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  10. Maybe the reason there are so many girly-man hipsters these days is that you can't find magazines like these anymore.

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  11. The titles and taglines are priceless. The old art of selling :)

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  12. What an abundance of fantastic titles and art! My favorite title is "Fun in the TOMB with Dr. OOM"! :)

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  13. Fake, exaggerated, sexist, racist, misogynist, violent, deviant, low-brow and stupid.

    And ... TOTALLY AWESOME! GREAT POST!

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  14. I think that the story entitled "The Devilish Urges of Pastor Richeson" looks like something from a piece in "Saturday Evening Post" gone horridly off course. I mean that both in terms of the art, and the apparent content of the story.

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