Eva Lynd vs. “The Tattoo Gang” and evil Nazis, in vintage cover paintings by Norm Eastman…

A few weeks ago I got an email about some previous posts I’d done on my blog about actress and model Eva Lynd. It said: “Hi Robert – I am…

Eva Lynd vs. The Nazis (and various other bad guys) in Norm Eastman’s classic cover paintings – Part 1…

During the decades when men’s adventure magazines were being published, Eva Lynd was best known as an actress and a glamour photography model. In the late 1950s, she was a…

More artwork by Norm Eastman, Basil Gogos, Norman Saunders and Earl Norem (Part 4 of the “missing” HORRORHOUND captions)

It’s only natural that many fans of the vintage men’s adventure magazines are also fans of horror mags, movies and books. So, when I was asked to write an article…

Classic evil Nazi covers by Basil Gogos, Norm Eastman and Norman Saunders (Part 3 of the “missing” HORRORHOUND captions)

A while ago, I started a series of posts about the article that men’s pulp art and magazine collector Rich Oberg and I put together for HORRORHOUND magazine, published in…

From Vic Prezio and James Bama to Walter Popp and Norm Eastman – the missing HORRORHOUND captions, Part 2…

As explained in my previous post, men’s pulp art collector Rich Oberg and I recently put together an article about men’s adventure magazines that was published in the July/August 2011…

Evil Leopard Men, Commies, bikers and Nazis: more Norm Eastman paintings from the Oberg collection…

Recently, Rich Oberg — the premier expert on and collector of men’s adventure magazine art (and patron saint of this blog) — has been shooting and scanning up a storm.…

Norm Eastman “sweat magazine” cover paintings from the Rich Oberg Collection

Today’s post features photos of some fantastic Norm Eastman cover paintings from the Rich Oberg Collection, provided courtesy of Rich (the world’s foremost collector and authority on men’s adventure magazine…

Daring to compare Norman Rockwell, Norman Saunders and Norm Eastman

Men’s adventure magazines of the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s have a special place in the history of illustration art. The artwork they used was a more modern incarnation and…

Norm Eastman cover art: from sadistic Nazis to Harlequin Romance

  Men’s adventure art collector Rich Oberg recently told me about a trip he made in 2004 to visit artist Norm Eastman at his home in Lompoc, California, a few…

Eva: Men’s Adventure Supermodel (TRADE PAPERBACK EDITION)

Model. Pin-up. Actress. Singer. Writer. Royalty. Blonde Swedish countess Eva Lynd’s multi-faceted career touches every aspect of 20th century popular culture. A model for leading illustration artists and top glamour and pin-up photographers of the era, she also appeared with some of the biggest names in entertainment on both the big and small screens. So much more than a pretty face, in this lavishly illustrated volume drawn from her personal archives, Eva Lynd shares her story in her own words and pictures.

The latest installment in the acclaimed Men’s Adventure Library series from editors Robert Deis and Wyatt Doyle, Eva: Men’s Adventure Supermodel includes artwork from pulp masters such as Norm Eastman, Al Rossi, Mike Ludlow, and James Bama! Plus never before seen pin-ups and previously unpublished photos from Eva’s personal archive.

Eva: Men’s Adventure Supermodel is also available as an abridged softcover that focuses primarily on Eva’s work in men’s adventure magazines (MAMs).

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Eva: Men’s Adventure Supermodel (HARDCOVER WITH BONUS CONTENT)

Model. Pin-up. Actress. Singer. Writer. Royalty. Blonde Swedish countess Eva Lynd’s multi-faceted career touches every aspect of 20th century popular culture. A model for leading illustration artists and top glamour and pin-up photographers of the era, she also appeared with some of the biggest names in entertainment on both the big and small screens. So much more than a pretty face, in this lavishly illustrated volume drawn from her personal archives, Eva Lynd shares her story in her own words and pictures.

The latest installment in the acclaimed Men’s Adventure Library series from editors Robert Deis and Wyatt Doyle, Eva: Men’s Adventure Supermodel includes artwork from pulp masters such as Norm Eastman, Al Rossi, Mike Ludlow, and James Bama! Plus never before seen pin-ups and previously unpublished photos from Eva’s personal archive.

Eva: Men’s Adventure Supermodel is also available as an abridged softcover that focuses primarily on Eva’s work in men’s adventure magazines (MAMs).

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The hardcover edition of this book includes bonus content not included in the trade paperback edition.

Men’s Adventure Quarterly: Vol. 1 No. 1 (SOFTCOVER ONLY)

The MEN’S ADVENTURE QUARTERLY is a lushly-illustrated, full color magazine launched in 2021 that reprints and discusses classic stories and artwork from men’s adventure magazines published in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. This first issue reprints rip-snorting Western stories by Lou Cameron, Dean W. Ballenger, Jack Pearl, Don Honig and other veteran action/adventure writers. Each story is accompanied by the cover of the magazine it appeared in and the original interior artwork, plus an introduction with background information on the writer, artist or magazine. Issue #1 also includes a special Western cover gallery featuring artwork by great artists like Frank McCarthy, Mort Künstler, Rafael DeSoto, Robert Stanley, Vic Prezio, Norm Eastman, Wil Hulsey, Charles Copeland, Bob Schulz and many others. There’s also a “cheesecake” pinup photo “GAL-lery” featuring model and actress Juli Reding, classic men’s adventure magazine cartoons and ads, and a guest editorial by Western expert and author Paul Bishop, co-host of the SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST. Start your MAQ collection with this inaugural issue, and watch for new ones every quarter. The MAQ is Co-edited by Robert “Bob” Deis, Co-editor (with Wyatt Doyle) of the Men’s Adventure Library book series, which includes art books like MORT KÜNSTLER: THE GODFATHER OF PULP FICTION ILLUSTRATORS, ONE MAN ARMY: THE ACTION PAPERBACK ART OF GIL COHEN, POLLEN’S WOMEN: THE ART OF SAMSON POLLEN, EVA: MEN’S ADVENTURE SUPERMODEL and illustrated story anthologies like WEASELS RIPPED MY FLESH, A HANDFUL OF HELL, I WATCHED THEM EAT ME ALIVE and CUBA: SUGAR, SEX, AND SLAUGHTER. The MAQ is designed and co-edited by Bill Cunningham, founder of Pulp 2.0 Press (KILLER, TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN, DEATH KISS: THE BOOK OF THE MOVIE, MIKE SHAYNE PRIVATE EYE COMIC COLLECTION, etc.). Each issue of the MAQ will focus on classic men’s adventure magazines stories and artwork related to a particular theme. This first issue focuses on Western stories and artwork. Issue #2 will focus on James Bond-style Sixties espionage stories and artwork. Other topics will include motorcycle gangs, Bigfoot and other cryptozoology creatures, war stories, Beatniks and Hippies, the Civil War, and other favorite topics of men’s adventure magazine readers. Be sure to get them all!

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