Dr. Yen Sin May 1936 #1 Classic Oriental Menace Title

Part of the incredibly notorious Wu Fang series.. with stories by Donald E. Keyhoe; Frank Gruber; Archie Oboler; Arden X. Pangborn Yen Sin was a short-lived pulp science fiction magazine published during 1936. It superseded a similar magazine-The Mysterious Wu Fang, which ended in February 1936. The title characters of both magazines, Wu Fang and…

HORRORSTORY, edited by Karl Edward Wagner. Novato/Lancaster: Underwood-Miller, 1989

Exceptional, Signed, Limited Edition (267 of 350) signed by 33 of the contributors, in a custom purple cloth-bound traycase. Stories from the original DAW paperbacks, and Year’s Best Horror Stories, featuring authors such as Joe Lansdale, Dennis Etchison, Robert Bloch, Stephen King, Brian Lumley, Ramsey Campbell, Tanith Lee, Harlan Ellison, Lisa Tuttle, Robert Aickman, Jack…

Cinderella: Illustrated and Signed by Arthur Rackham Retold by C S Evans, in a numbered, signed Limited Edition produced in 1919

“Like the sundial, my paint box counts no hours but sunny ones.” – Arthur Rackham By the turn of the century Rackham was regularly contributing illustrations to children’s periodicals such as Little Folks and Cassell’s Magazine. Yet, it was the publication of Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle by Heinemann in 1905 that particularly brought him…

Eerie Stories August 1937 Norman Saunders Bondage Cover

Eerie Stories August 1937 with Exceptional and sexy – Norman Saunders Good Girl. Ghost Stories, Eerie Stories and the like thrilled with stories of monsters, gnomes and ultimate evil haunting the living and the innocent. A subgenre of horror fiction that was popular in the pulp magazines of the 1930s and early 1940s, weird menace…

Roy G. Krenkel ‘John Carter studies’ page of four plus Tarzan vignettes’ ink

“Traveling through space is stupifyingly monotonous.” ― Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter of Mars “I still live.” ― Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter of Mars Original illustration by Roy G. Krenkel 9″ x 11-1/2″ ‘John Carter studies – page of four plus Tarzan vignettes’ ink, circa 1960s Roy G. Krenkel, Hugo Award Winner, master penciler,…

Roy G. Krenkel ‘The Snake God’ In Ink Pencil

Roy G. Krenkel Original Art – ‘The Snake God’ ink and pencil, two drawings circa 1970, initialed ‘Sword and Sorcery’ artwork 10″ x 6″ Roy G. Krenkel, Hugo Award Winner, master penciler, iconic illustrator, cover and interior artist of many greats: perhaps most notably, the ‘second wave’ 1960s revival of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ stories. Born…

Saucy Movie Tales November 1936

Saucy Movie Tales November 1936 Sexy, Good Girl Art, Headlights Cover Features: “Among the Missing’: A Drama of the Dressing Room by Ernest Manning. BUY NOW HeartwoodBooks.com