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…

“I FOUGHT CASTRO’S CUTTHROAT GUERRILLA SQUAD” – Evil Cuban Commies, Part 3

Since I started this blog last year, I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing three notable authors who once wrote stories for men’s adventure magazines: Harlan Ellison, Walter Kaylin and Robert…

Rich Oberg’s gives us the first online glimpse of his awesome men’s adventure art collection

One of the must-have books for fans and collectors of men’s pulp mags is Men’s Adventure Magazines, published by Taschen. It features hundreds of men’s adventure magazine covers from the…

Talking with Josh Alan Friedman about Mario Puzo, men’s pulp magazines and Marvel Comics

Last week I had a fun conversation with writer and musician Josh Alan Friedman, talking about his father and Magazine Management, the company owned by Martin Goodman that published some…

It would be a great George Romero zombie movie…

In addition to being a big fan of men’s adventure magazines, I am also a big fan of zombie movies. So, when I saw the July 1962 issue of MAN’S…