|Vintage Pulp||Oct 5 2012|
It’s been a while since our last collection of animal attack magazine covers, so on this lovely Friday (at least where we are) we thought we’d give nature a chance to express its opinion about humanity. And its opinion is: “I hate all of you. Even the pretty ones.” We have eleven more examples of nature's unreasonable stance below, including a great piranha cover that features the one guy who in real life would know better than to be attacked being attacked. Anyway, just to give you an idea how many men’s magazines there were, and how pervasive this animal attack theme was, all the publications we've posted are different. There are actually even more, but we couldn’t locate good scans of those. Which reminds us to thank the original uploaders on these.
|Vintage Pulp||Aug 11 2011|
Above is a copy of All Man magazine from March 1962, with an excellent uncredited cover of two cons fighting to the death in their cell as a prison hack looks on in horror. We suspect the guard isn’t horrified because of the fight per se, but because he can’t believe a con hid an entire chain in his ass to smuggle it past the security station. It’s exactly this kind of criminal ingenuity that led to the whole bend over, spread your cheeks and cough routine. Decidedly unpleasant for guards and prisoners both. Um, so we hear.
|Vintage Pulp||Feb 19 2009|
Assorted pulp magazines, circa 1950s. Once again nature gets tired of being eaten and decides to eat back.