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E.J. Gold's Galaxy Ezine: Science Fiction, Fantasy . . .

Lost Art of the Pulps Science Fiction Art

The pulps were sold at a dime a copy during the Great Depression of the 1930s as opposed to the Great Depression of 2010...the art was sleazy, featuring well-endowed, buxom, large breasted mostly undressed women threatened by BEMs...Bug-Eyed Monsters. The mags sold on the basis of these covers.