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Archive for November, 2012

Thanksgiving Treasure A Little Bit of Coming Home While Away From Home I’ve been laying pretty low of late—lost, in part, in work; lost, in part, caretaking a dearly loved one. There’s only so much one can do in a given day, but I do my utmost to squeeze all I can out of it. [...]

Cimmerians, Crustaceans & The Good Doctor Being a Musing of Absolutely No Consequence involving Vintage Paperbacks, Dr. Fredric Wertham, Robert E. Howard, and Guy N. Smith Today’s post emerges from my having just finished reading John Harrison‘s fine, informative new book Hip Pocket Sleaze: The Lurid World of Vintage Adult Paperbacks (2012, Headpress), which I [...]

La Passion du Gorilloïde Or; Is Edmond Haraucourt the True Founder of the Planet of the Apes? “Four thousand centuries have passed. The face of the world has changed. Our continent has been swallowed up by new seas; the glacial waters of the Pole descend as far as the shores of Africa. The only inhabitable [...]

Vintage Bissette Movie Poster Art Blasts from the Past Courtesy of the Booz Art Gallery! I’ve written at length in the past about my years at Johnson State College and my JSC pals, including Dave Booz. Dave and I have stayed in touch over the years, and Dave just this weekend emailed me these photos [...]

Drawing Blood How to Make a Monster & Anatomical Art Rather than post anything political today—you all know if you voted, how you voted, and how you feel about the elections—suffice to note I’m still deep in pushing lead and slinging ink on the “how to draw monsters” book for Watson-Guptill, working title S.R. Bissette’s [...]

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