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Classic sci-fi movies reimagined as pulp magazine covers -- Pulp Sci-Fi - Imgur

Pulp Sci-Fi

Finally finished another one in my sci-fi pulp cover series. I'm really excited for Prometheus to come out this weekend (first Ridley Scott sci-fi in Alien Pulp Cover

Science fiction novels reimagined as pulp novels. love this blade runner cover... except that the movie was based on a pulpy novel! Not a true pulp paperback, but still..

Pulp Sci-Fi

What would some sci-fi movie classics look like as pulp novels? Here are some answers from illustrator Timothy Anderson, who made these awesomely-convincing mock-ups of Blade Runner, Alien, and The Matrix as trashy book covers. Books: check 'em out.

Forbidden Planet

Forbidden Planet Premiered 15 March 1956 and did not contain a scene like this, although there was a nubile and a robot.

New Mars Attack art by living legend pulp artist Earl Norem

ryallsfiles: “ June’s Mars Attacks: Classics Obliterated cover by Earl Norem, ”

I recently saw the new Prometheus movie at the theater, and I must say that I was both excited and yet a little sad since it didn't quite reach my expectat

Gorgeous Vintage Sci-Fi Posters Of Modern Classics

"The Matrix Pulp Cover" by Timothy Anderson. Imagine if The Matrix were a pulp sci-fi novel in the or its cover probably would have looked something like this.

Robert McGinnis (born 1926) is an American artist and illustrator. McGinnis is known for his illustrations of over 1200 paperback book covers, and over 40 movie posters, including Breakfast at Tiffanys, Barbarella, and several James Bond's.

Robert McGinnis (born is an American artist and illustrator. McGinnis is known for his illustrations of over 1200 paperback book covers, and over 40 movie posters, including Breakfast at Tiffanys, Barbarella, and several James Bond's.

Pulp Covers from the Past!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Pulp magazines (often referred to as "the pulps") are inexpensive fiction magazines that were published from 1896 through the The te.

"What" ain't no country I've ever heard of. They speak English in What?" – Jules

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Pulp Fiction Poster design by Indika Entertainment Advertising Poster design by Tarhan Creative

Too Hot to Hold (1959) by Book Covers: Mars Sci-Fi, Vintage Sexy Paperbacks, via Flickr

PHOTOS: 'Take A Lesbian To Lunch' And Other Great Pulp Novel Covers

Paperback Gold Medal 931 (PBO, Title : Too Hot to Hold Author : Day Keene Cover artist : uncredited [Robert McGinnis] Y.

Fantastic Story Magazine  Artists were the sellers of pulps and the content. The words often failed to meet the visions of the artists. In other instances the words were magical and the art failed.

What's the difference between capturing an emotion and creating a mood?

Fantastic Story Magazine Science Fiction Pulp Magazine - dit leest George McFly in Back to the Future!

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