Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The Bride of Pulpy Porn

The righteous indignation of this caught-with-his-pants-down cop is golden.

"No ordinary necking party"?

That's no ordinary undergarment, either.

Where can I pick one up?

I like the color treatment here.

Is the filing cabinet always in front of the door?

And why does the door open outwards?

Back in the good old days, they stayed away from children, and channeled their energies into legal pursuits.

The old voyeurism chestnut never gets tired.

Not all porn cover art is equal.

And why is he painting her back?

This company specialized in captive-themed stories.

If you're going to get to this point, at least enjoy yourself.

Save the guilts for later.

Porn goes Oriental.

Is Roger Shaft a pseudonym?


Beautiful art by Robert "The Bishop" Bishop.

A long blog on The Bishop and FE Campbell is in the works.

Kathy Andrews strikes again.


International porn themes were not terribly prevalent, especially ones combining the Secret Agent genre.

A 2nd printing of an ageless classic!

Don't blame the stallion.

It takes two.

8 comments:

  1. I love how the farmer is spilling his milk. Very subtle :-)

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  2. "Not all porn cover art is equal." That made me laugh out loud.

    Teenage Rape Gang's art looks familiar. could that be Bill Ward?

    You know, I really like the lock and female symbol in the corner of 'Captive in Hong Kong'. That's a simple but nice design.

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  3. I can *always* count on you to serve up something delicious to enjoy for lunch.

    Thank you!

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  4. Lunch was quite satisfying and I'm not sure I left room for dinner.

    Dessert is, of course, always an option.

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  5. I'll have to think about the dessert, Trix.

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    Shon, that IS Bill Ward, Surely.

    Yes, that symbol is a work of art.

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    Darius, just don't cry over that spilt milk.

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  6. Of all the covers to choose from for comment, I am surprised to learn I am not the only one moved by the 'Farmer's Neice"!!

    The 'spilt milk' double entendre had not even occurred to me!! Where is my mind? Not in the gutter where it ought to be, clearly!!

    Anyway, my comment was directed at the poor farmers dilemma, his 'double jeopardy', if you will; I note his quandry- his crises at having it away with kith and kin, but what about the fact that he is obviously Amish??

    To you and I, 'tis a consummation devoutly to be wished, but to poor Farmer Isaac?

    An eternity in Hell!

    I've seen these God-crazy fuckers in action, and he will pay for his transgressions, mark me!!

    I wonder if the text delves into this fundamentalist ecumenical and theological dilemma?

    Or is it merely one long frame of 'shove piggy shove'?

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  7. I love these! Wow! That really made my day. These are some really awesome covers. I really dig covers like this. Even if the book isn't that good, the covers are worth the price.

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