PULP COVER FRIDAY AND THE TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF THE MASTER OF MEN!
Due to the overwhelming crush of popular demand (Okay. One person demanded it. But see, this is what happens when you speak up. Come on, people, let your voices be heard!) and also because these covers are just so awesomely awesome (I have run out of words), here’s another bunch of Spider covers.
I’ve largely let the images speak for themselves this time around since, as I’ve already said, I’m flat out of words to describe them. Last PCF I got to early 1937 in the Spider ouevre. This time I didn’t get out of 1938. Either I’ve become completely indecisive or the late 1930s was a Golden Age of bat-guano crazy in the Spider’s life. I’d never looked at the covers this closely before, and I’ve got to say I’m completely blown away by the deranged awesomeness of both titles and images. Excuse me while I geek out.
There. Better now. I think I’ll go and read some Spiders.
I don’t want to go to the well too often, but I think I’ll come back for a third installment of these covers.