Silent Sundays: Dime Mystery Magazine (1943) By Evahalloween on February 16, 2014 • ( 5 ) Cover by pulp artist Gloria Stoll Karn for November 1943 edition of Dime Mystery magazine. Share this:PinterestTwitterRedditFacebookTumblrMoreLinkedInEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading...‹ A Friday Night Features Valentine’s Double Feature: “Cupid’s Last Stand” and “Red” Short FilmsA Little Terror Goes a Long Way: The Odd Thomas Trailer ›Categories: Silent SundaysTags: 1940's, art, cover art, Dime Mystery, Gloria Stoll Karn, graphic art, horror, pulp magazines, Science Fiction, Silent Sundays, vintage art, Women in Horror, Women in Horror Month Related Articles Silent Sundays: Dance of the Lords of the Cemetery (1925) Silent Sundays: Balu (1949) Silent Sundays: Enter the Magicians (1927) Silent Sundays: La Lune (1969)
We need these type things today, I say!
Agreed. I was looking through my collection of covers from the 30’s and 40’s and lamenting that I wasn’t getting interesting collections of speculative fiction and horror art delivered to me on a regular basis!
Isn’t that why you have minions? There has to be an artist or 3 among them, put them to work!
That’s what this place needs. More minions! I’m going to have to speak to the management.
If you need a character reference just scream.