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Sunday, 14 April 2019 01:56 PM Permalink

(1) Shudder Pulps by Robert Kenneth Jones 1975 New American Library (available from Amazon)

33211) Ralphus wrote: 33207) Bill K wrote:

Gimpers I don't remember where I downloaded this, perhaps from a Men's magazine cover image to my PC file.
Does anyone know the story that goes with it?

That beautiful image came from Dime Mystery Magazine, January 1938. I don't know if there was any corresponding story that came from that magazine; I've never read any of them. Our friend Covers would know better than me if that series of publications had actual GIMP stories to go along with their amazing covers.

Ralphus and Bill, pulp fiction magazines were a big thing during the first half of the 20th century. During that period, as one can reasonably expect, there was a gradual ratcheting up of the intensity of the stories as the various magazines competed for the public's attention. Dime Mystery Magazine is generally considered the first of the pulps to evolve into a new genre called "weird menace" in 1933, which featured stories heavy on sex, murder, and torture, and which lasted over a decade before the inevitable backlash that killed off the genre.

You can read some sample issues here. I'd recommend starting with issues between 1933 and 1943.

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