Guy N. Smith’s infamous pulp-horror “classic” Killer Crabs series, Dell reprints from the 1980s.
This is so great.
Find that thing you’re passionate about, and do that for the rest of your life.
I can’t stop thinking about Garth Marenghi.
“Bigger And Crabbier Than Ever” is a t-shirt I would pay good money for.
I might genuinely have to read these.
Famous Fantastic Mysteries, September-October, 1939
What? I want to see more of this and find out if it’s actually as offensive as it seems to be…
Fantastic Adventures, April, 1949
MORE POWERFUL THAN EVER
It doesn’t matter what great problems, what human frailties, what terrifying truths I try to get at; in the end all I want, every time I sit down to write, is to create something that will fit this image.
Shawn Carter of Mars. This should not be anywhere near as funny as it is.
Weird Tales, April, 1939
I want to read this so bad.
Flash! AHHHHHaaaahhhhhhh, Savior of the Universe!
(via Golden Age Comic Book Stories, and look at some of the other covers ‘cause they’re all great)
Fantastic Adventures, January, 1943
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I… I don’t even. You know what? Sure. OK.
Pyramid No. 27 - Sinful Cities of the Western World by Hendrik De Leeuw, 1951.
Cover art by Fred Meyer.