Jeanette Bennett

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Saturday, February 9, 2013


Okay, this has nothing to do with anything except it's just neat-o. Thrilling Tales of the Downright Unusual has an onsite application called a Pulp-O-Miser. With it you can make mock covers of mid-twentieth century science fiction magazines. You simply choose a mag title, foreground figure, background, and come up with your own story titles, or just let the mad scientist who designed this generate random ones. Here are a couple I made:

As you can see they are even look pre-worn to give it a more authentic appearance.

Pulp-O-Miser claims to be the brain-child of mad scientist Cornelius Zappencackler but is fact from writer and illustrator,  Bradley W. Schenck. Bradley is also the talent behind Retropolis: Art of the Future That Never Was

So go ahead and create your own circa 1950 sci-fi mag cover with Pulp-O-Miser.

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