The Dime Mystery magazine began its monthly run in December 1932 as Dime Mystery Book Magazine, which contained a “two-dollar novel” and two to three short stories for ten-cents. The content was the general mystery/ detective fiction like that found in Dime Detective. The covers of each issue featured the image of
Barye Philips (1924-1969) was an American painter and illustrator of pulp magazines and paperbacks. Phillips was also active as a painter and sculptor.He illustrated training booklets and propaganda during World War II. Phillips began painting paperback covers around 1943 and was very prolific throughout the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, earning
La Flagellation Des Femmes en Allemagne was published in 1901 with illustrations from Martin van Maele.This book is claimed to be a translation for the book Lenchen im Zuchthause (1848) but it is more likely that it’s a translation from the book Nell in Bridewell (1900). Members can view the
The album for L’Infernale fouetteuse (1935), illustrated by Cheri Herouard was updated with 12 large artworks. Members can view the album below or via the artist’s page. Content Restricted Sorry, you need to be logged in to view this content. Already a member? Please login here. Not a member yet?