By Peter Haining
A PICTORIAL heritage OF HORROR tales:
Two Hundred Years of Illustrations from the Pulp Magazines
This e-book is essentially a page-for-page reprint of Haining's prior publication entitled "Terror: A historical past of Horror Illustrations from Pulp Magazines." there isn't any new fabric. the one distinction is it's a hardback with various conceal artwork. whereas it's really thorough in visually documenting the evolution of horror representation from the "penny-dreadful" magazines of the Victorian age during the pulps of the '30s and '40s, it has an enormous shortcoming -- lots of the luridly colourful pulp journal hide photos are reproduced in B&W. That makes for a truly monotonous learn. nowadays, more moderen books in regards to the pulps continually reproduce the covers in excellent colour. Why they didn't see healthy to do this within the '70s and and '80s is a secret and a disgrace. an individual must revisit the topic of horror pulps and do it right.
4to, modern illus bds with lurid photo of monster attacking a slumbering girl, 176pp. Lavishly illus in color and in B&W. Many artists are represented: Mary Byfield, Henry Anelay, John Gilbert, Sidney Paget, Margaret Brundage, and so forth. those illustrations are continually fascinating.
A dinner party of nightmares in photos, rescued from the crumbling pages of lengthy lifeless periodicals. levels over two hundred years of gory, ghoulish and terrifying from the 1st Gothic engravings of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein to that wealthy and sundry treasure residence of horror illustrations
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