Monday, May 31, 2010

Pulp Cover Day: Remembering Those Who Served

Happy Memorial Day, everyone. Whatever you do today, please take time out to remember those who died in service to our country.

ADVENTURE, June 1941



SHORT STORIES, May 25, 1944



BATTLE STORIES, 1932

WINGS, April 1943

SHORT STORIES, October 10, 1944



NAVY STORIES, February 1929

FLYING ACES, August 1943

BLUE BOOK, September 1945

AMERICAN EAGLE, Fall 1942

8 comments:

Richard Robinson said...

Nice post, Laurie! Happy Memorial Day to you too. Boy, that Blue Book cover is terrific!

Laurie Powers said...

Thanks, Rick. Yes, that BB cover is my favorite of the lot, too.

Charles Gramlich said...

I love the top image and the Blue Book cover. Excellent.

Ron Scheer said...

I'll take the Navy Stories if you're going to be reading the Blue Book. Took me a while to realize that's a dirigible in flames in the background.

Deka Black said...

Happy Memorial Day to all of you. And for teh covers.. i go for Adventure ;)

Barry Traylor said...

I like the Navy Stories as that would be the hardest to find. That title later morphed into Submarine Stories (equally tought to find). Some excellent choices Laurie.

Laurie Powers said...

Glad you all like them. I also love the German Shepherd on the Short Stories cover, for obvious reasons.

Bill Raetz - Pulp Writer said...

Great selection of covers!