Happy Holidays from MensPulpMags.com and Eva Lynd…

The year 2014 was especially busy for me in my day job and life. Although I’ve been doing almost daily posts in the Men’s Adventure Magazines Facebook group and on…

An interview with artist James Bama – Part 3…

Toward the end of Part 2 of my interview with artist James Bama, we discussed one of the classic men’s adventure magazine illustrations he painted that’s featured in the must-have…

An interview with artist James Bama – Part 2…

AN UPDATE with new info from Brian M. Kane, author of the must-have book JAMES BAMA: AMERICAN REALIST … In April 2021, there was a discussion among members of the…

An interview with artist James Bama – Part 1…

AN UPDATE with new info from Brian M. Kane, author of the must-have book JAMES BAMA: AMERICAN REALIST… In April 2021, there was a discussion among members of the Men’s…

Lesbians in Men’s Adventure Magazines, Part 1: Objects of Fear, Loathing – and Desire…

American males who read the men’s pulp adventure magazines published in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s seem to have had a special fascination with lesbians that editors were happy to…

Bruce Minney Interview, Part 3 – From battle scenes and biker babes to African violet pots…

In case you missed them, here are links to Part 1 and Part 2 of my interview with Bruce Minney, one of the top illustration artists who did cover and…

An interview with artist Mort Künstler – Part 2

Today, Mort Künstler is known as one of the premier historical artists in America. Since the 1980s, his main focus has been on paintings of scenes from American history, especially…

Fourth of July reading for fans of men’s adventure magazines…

Ah, yes. Fourth of July weekend. A nice long weekend that most hard-working American men enjoy. And, after the barbecues and fireworks are over, some men like to relax with…

Connecting the dots between horror films and men’s pulp magazines (Boris Karloff Blogathon)

On this blog, I regularly feature some of the great cover paintings and interior art from men’s adventure magazines of the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s. I’m a big fan…