brownslair:

Robert McGinnis

The Consummata”; Mickey Spillane, & Max Allan Collins (2011)

ISBN: 978-08576-82888

Hard Case Crime #103

Cover art by Robert McGinnis

Compared to the $40 million the cops think he stole, $75,000 may not sound like much. But it’s all the money in the world to the struggling Cuban exiles of Miami who rescued Morgan the Raider. So when it’s snatched by a man the Cubans trusted, Morgan sets out to get it back. 

A simple favor but as the bodies pile up — dead men and beautiful women— the Raider wonders what kind of Latin hell he’s gotten himself into, and just who or what is the mysterious Consummata? 

Begun by mystery master Mickey Spillane in the late 1960s and completed four decades later by his friend Max Allan Collins (Road to Perdition), The Consummatais the long-awaited follow-up to Spillane’s bestseller The Delta Factor — a breathtaking tale of treachery, sensuality, and violence, showcasing two giants of crime fiction at their pulse-pounding, two-fisted best.

Hard Case Crime review: The Consummata by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins (#103)

Pulp Serenade

brownslair:

James Avati

"Kiss Me, Deadly"; Mickey Spillane (1952)

Signet 1758 20th printing (1960) (US: New American Library)

Cover art: James Avati

Model Carol Siebeck posing for “Kiss Me, Deadly”.

[Source: The Paperback Art of James Avati by Piet Schreuders & Kenneth Fulton. Published by 010 Publishers in 2005]

Via: UK Vintage

http://www.flickr.com/photos/42080330@N03/4259962579/

weaselsrippedmybook:

A classic Mickey Spillane story from Cavalier, March 1960. The illustration is by artist Norman Baer; more about him here - http://bit.ly/1eahxyP
For more men’s pulp mag stories and lore, check out MensPulpMags.com and our books from the Men’s Adventure Library series: Weasels Ripped My Flesh! and He-Men, Bag Men & Nymphos.

weaselsrippedmybook:

A classic Mickey Spillane story from Cavalier, March 1960. The illustration is by artist Norman Baer; more about him here - http://bit.ly/1eahxyP

For more men’s pulp mag stories and lore, check out MensPulpMags.com and our books from the Men’s Adventure Library series: Weasels Ripped My Flesh! and He-Men, Bag Men & Nymphos.

brownslair:

Kiss Me, Deadly”; Mickey Spillane (1952)

Corgi Books SC996, 1961

Cover art: unknown

Corgi Books SC1307, 3rd imp., 1963

Cover art: Renato Fratini?

Corgi Books GC7611, 8th imp., 1967

Cover art: Unknown

Signet Books #T4504 [Thirty-Second Printing] (1970’s)

Cover Art: Photo cover

cooketimm:

"Kiss Me Deadly" by Darwyn Cooke 
Source: comicartfans.com

cooketimm:

"Kiss Me Deadly" by Darwyn Cooke 

Source: comicartfans.com

scottbrothersportfolio:

Brian Vogan and His Good Buddies: High Five! 

6 Panel Digipack. Album art work and design.

Available on ITunes September 2nd.

Client: Brian Vogan.

Created in Flash.

scottbrothersportfolio:

Frankenstein Jr. Vs The Shocking Electrical Monster
What’s better than a super villain-busting Robot/Monster/Superhero? Buddy Hackett, maybe?
For Planet Pulp’s Robot Month Theme.
Created in Flash and Photoshop.

scottbrothersportfolio:

Frankenstein Jr. Vs The Shocking Electrical Monster

What’s better than a super villain-busting Robot/Monster/Superhero? Buddy Hackett, maybe?

For Planet Pulp’s Robot Month Theme.

Created in Flash and Photoshop.

scottbrothersportfolio:

The Incompetent Inhumans!
My contribution to Hail to the King! Tribute Show for Jack Kirby, presented by The Piranha Shop .
11x17 Giclée print.
Created in Flash and Photoshop.

scottbrothersportfolio:

The Incompetent Inhumans!

My contribution to Hail to the King! Tribute Show for Jack Kirby, presented by The Piranha Shop .

11x17 Giclée print.

Created in Flash and Photoshop.

Hail to the King! Tribute Show for the “King of Comics,” legendary Jack Kirby!

geekgirlcon:

GeekGirlCon is proud to be a part of the Hail to the King! Tribute Show for Jack Kirby! 

Join us at The Piranha Shop with more than forty Seattle area artists as they pay homage with artwork inspired by the characters and worlds created by Jack Kirby.

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Proceeds from the artwork sold will be donated in support two organizations: Kirby4Heroes and The Hero Initiative.

seattlemysterybooks:

March 1942 issue
stories included:
~ Cleve Adams, “Herrings Are Red”, ‘Lt Canavan & Lt Kleinschmidt, LA’, setting, last of 6 stories in BM

~ Wyatt Blassingame, “The Corpse Came Home”, 2nd of 6 stories with The Bishop, political writer on a Southern newspaper, 60ish and peg-legged, 4th of 8 stories in BM of 6 stories with The Bishop, political writer on a Southern newspaper, 60ish and peg-legged, last of 8 stories in BM

~ John K. Butler, “Death Has My Number” 3rd of 4 Rod Case stories, troubleshooter for General Pacific Telephone Co, 10th of 11 stories in BM

~ D.L. Champion, “Murder Pays 7 to 1”, 8th of 26 with Sackler, 9th of 30 stories in BM

~ Stewart Sterling (pseud. of Prentice Winchell), “Kindly Omit Flowers”, 6th of 9 stories with Special Squad  ‘Sergeant Helen Dixon, temporarily assigned to homicide’, 9th of 12 stories

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybooks:

March 1942 issue

stories included:

~ Cleve Adams, “Herrings Are Red”, ‘Lt Canavan & Lt Kleinschmidt, LA’, setting, last of 6 stories in BM

~ Wyatt Blassingame, “The Corpse Came Home”, 2nd of 6 stories with The Bishop, political writer on a Southern newspaper, 60ish and peg-legged, 4th of 8 stories in BM of 6 stories with The Bishop, political writer on a Southern newspaper, 60ish and peg-legged, last of 8 stories in BM

~ John K. Butler, “Death Has My Number” 3rd of 4 Rod Case stories, troubleshooter for General Pacific Telephone Co, 10th of 11 stories in BM

~ D.L. Champion, “Murder Pays 7 to 1”, 8th of 26 with Sackler, 9th of 30 stories in BM

~ Stewart Sterling (pseud. of Prentice Winchell), “Kindly Omit Flowers”, 6th of 9 stories with Special Squad  ‘Sergeant Helen Dixon, temporarily assigned to homicide’, 9th of 12 stories

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

(Source: thepsychotexotic, via dirtyriver)