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Men's Pulp or "Sweat" Mags of the '50s, '60s & '70s



Last Build Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 07:17:48 PST

 



Funny text and image juxtapositions on “stripped” men’s adventure magazine covers…

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 05:33:38 PDT

I’d planned to take a few weeks off in September, but when Hurricane Irma hit the island where I live in the Florida Keys, it led to a much longer hiatus in posts on this blog than I expected. I had no internet connection for weeks and, as I write this, I’m still living in a temporary rental home on the mainland. The good news is that my wife and I, and our three dogs and four cats are all OK. The damage to our house is fixable and my MAM collection is intact. This week, my brain started...

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The John Whitlatch enigma solved: a guest post by writer & pulp maven Paul Bishop…

Thu, 24 Aug 2017 09:05:19 PDT

EDITOR’S NOTE: A while back, I posted an interview here with a writer I’m a huge fan of and proud to call a friend: Paul Bishop. As I noted in that interview, Paul is an excellent and prolific novelist. His most recent novel is LIE CATCHERS, a highly-acclaimed police procedural with a special twist. Paul is also a veteran police detective, an editor and an indie publisher. On top of all that, he’s a serious action/adventure media maven who posts regularly about books, magazines, movies, TV...

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A Men’s Adventure Magazines & Books Facebook Group Update...

Sun, 13 Aug 2017 14:50:54 PDT

Back in 2010, I created a Facebook group as a spinoff of this blog. It’s called the Men’s Adventure Magazines & Books Group. Given the sometimes politically incorrect content in the men’s adventure realm, I made it a “closed group” that requires members to ask to join, as opposed to a public group that allows anyone to see the posts. Year by year, the group has grown steadily. It now has more than 2,100 members from all over the world, including fans of men’s adventure mags, early...

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Who will inherit the Earth? Turtles, of course! I read it in STAG, Nov. 1961…

Tue, 01 Aug 2017 20:35:51 PDT

  I’m a big fan of turtles in real life. I’m also a big fan of the surreal “killer turtles” stories and artwork found in some of the men’s pulp adventure magazines published in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. We’ve featured some examples of gonzo turtle yarns and illustrations in several books in our Men’s Adventure Library series, including our latest offering, I WATCHED THEM EAT ME ALIVE. Recently, a cool little item about turtles in the monthly “OUT OF THIS WORLD” Department in the...

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I WATCHED THEM EAT ME ALIVE! — the new Men’s Adventure Library book and first “Men’s Adventure Journal”

Fri, 21 Jul 2017 13:59:09 PDT

       “I had a glimpse of a squirrel perched on his neck; it seemed funny as hell for a second.” That was the initial reaction of the main character in the story “FLYING RODENTS RIPPED MY FLESH!” when he saw a small furry creature land on his buddy in the outback of Australia. It’s the same initial reaction most people have when they see the “killer flying squirrels” cover painting done by artist Wilbur “Wil” Hulsey for that story, which originally appeared in...

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