Popular Skullture: The Skull Motif in Pulps, Paperbacks, and Comics
Our culture embraces the skull: apparel and products with skulls abound. Popular Skullture features the oddest, creepiest, and weirdest skull covers from 1930s to mid-’50s comics, pulps, and paperbacks. Edited and designed by Monte Beauchamp, with an introduction by Steven Heller, beautifully presented in the Kitchen Sink tradition.
Introduction by legendary graphic design guru Steven Heller.
Collecting rare, collectible pulp, paperback, and comic book covers.