“YANK ACE WHO BATTLED THE JAPS OVER PEARL HARBOR.”

Every year on the anniversary of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, I think about my favorite men’s adventure magazine story about that fateful event: “YANK ACE WHO…

Earl Norem artwork in our HE-MEN, BAG MEN & NYMPHOS story anthology…

I’ve been sidetracked lately, working with my publishing partner Wyatt Doyle to put together two new books in our Men’s Adventure Library series, which currently includes WEASELS RIPPED MY FLESH!,…

Art by Earl Norem does double duty, for a “Spider Tribe” and a “Scorpion Cult”…

My previous post here took a closer look at Earl Norem’s amazing interior illustrations for the “Book Bonus” version of Mario Puzo’s novel THE GODFATHER in the August 1969 issue…

Earl Norem and Mort Kunstler artwork for THE GODFATHER…

In my previous post here, I featured some of the original artwork by Earl Norem that’s owned by members of our Men’s Adventure Magazines Facebook Group. We’ve been posting a…

Earl Norem is gone, but his men’s adventure and comics artwork is immortal…

Three of the top illustration artists whose work appeared in many men’s adventure magazines have died in recent months. One was Wilbur “Wil” Hulsey, the man who created the iconic…

Talking with Rich Harvey about the Napa Collection and Pulp AdventureCon…

If you’re interested in classic pulp magazines, men’s adventure magazines or vintage paperbacks and you live within reasonable traveling distance of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, that’s where you want to be…

The “killer creature” animal attack covers of MAN’S LIFE magazine…

For many collectors of vintage men’s pulp adventure magazines, issues that feature cover paintings with “killer creature” animal attack scenes are among the most highly prized. And, some of the…

STAG, December 1965 – WWII battles, Wild Flings, “Foxhole Girls” and more…

My previous post about the December 1965 issue of STAG focused on the author of its cover story about Pearl Harbor – military historian Robert F. Dorr – and on…

Meanwhile, over on the WEASELS RIPPED MY FLESH! Facebook page…

Earlier this year, when we published the WEASELS RIPPED MY FLESH! anthology of men’s adventure magazine stories, my multitalented co-editor Wyatt Doyle also launched the WEASELS RIPPED MY FLESH! Facebook…

Animals as instruments of torture: from real history to the surreal world of men’s pulp magazines…

Recently, I worked with Wyatt Doyle, my co-editor for the WEASELS RIPPED MY FLESH! story anthology, to write another article for HORRORHOUND magazine about killer creature artwork and stories in…

MISSION TO BERLIN – a great new book by former men’s adventure magazine writer Robert F. Dorr…

In addition to featuring great pulp art by many talented illustration artists, men’s adventure magazines published in the 1950s, the 1960s and 1970s featured stories by many notable writers. One…

Robert F. Dorr’s new book MISSION TO BERLIN – and some of his classic men’s adventure stories…

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you may know that Robert F. Dorr— one of America’s top military aviation historians — was once one of the best and…