Eva Lynd & Steve Holland in faux movie posters on the Goode Stuff blog…

During the past two years, while working with the legendary artist’s model, pinup photo model and actress Eva Lynd and my publishing partner Wyatt Doyle on the book EVA: MEN’S…

The John Whitlatch enigma solved: a guest post by writer & pulp maven Paul Bishop…

     Updated on December 27, 2018… EDITOR’S NOTE: A while back, I posted an interview here with a writer I’m a huge fan of and proud to call a…

Talking with Eva Lynd about Steve Holland, Al Rossi, Richard Deming’s “KILL AND RUN NUDE” and more…

Several years ago, I had the good fortune of becoming friends with Eva Lynd. As I’ve noted in previous posts on this blog, Eva worked as an actress in a…

An interview with monster art master Basil Gogos about his men’s adventure magazine artwork…

Artist Basil Gogos is the most widely-known and revered painter of movie monster paintings in the world. His reputation as the King of Monster Art was first established in the…

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…

Connecting dots between model Eva Lynd, artist Al Rossi, mystery writers Manning Lee Stokes and Carter Brown – and the Rocky Horror Show…

About a year ago, after I did some initial posts here about Eva Lynd, the legendary artists’ model, pinup glamour girl and actress, I got a surprise email from Eva…

MAN’S STORY, Feb. 1963: the good, the so-bad-it’s-good, and the gonzo (Part 1)…

One of the most common words I see associated with men’s pulp adventure magazines published in the 1950s and 1960s is lurid. The Oxford English Dictionary defines that word as…

Glamour girl Eva Lynd and artist Al Rossi: together again…

To men’s adventure magazine collectors, Eva Lynd is best known — by sight if not by name — as a favorite model of artist Norm Eastman. She appeared on many…

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…

Norman Baer: another men’s adventure magazine artist who deserves wider recognition…

Not long ago I did a couple of posts about Peter Poulton, an artist who has been ranked as one the best pulp illustration artists of the 1950s but is…

“Lace Panty Commandos” – From MAN’S BOOK to MALALAND MAGAZINES…

The phrase “Lace Panty Commandos” has become kind of an ongoing joke with some readers of the Men’s Adventure Magazines Facebook group that’s associated with this blog. I think it…