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Men's Adventure Magazines: What’s up with that bondage and torture cover art? pulp cover bondage


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Search Magazine Cover Gallery One of Four. Search was a British digest sized fetish and correspondence magazine. The kinky was largely limited to the interior: the covers are erotic but comparatively innocuous. Many of the covers were by an artist known as Harry Fischer. Like many fetish artists he is known only by his work.

Aug 19, 2009 · The men’s postwar adventure magazines didn’t invent bondage and torture cover art.It was already common in the pre-WWII pulp magazines. During 1930s and early ‘40s, there was an entire subgroup called the "weird menace" or "shudder” pulps. Their cover art tended to focus on endangered, barely-clothed babes in ropes, chains and other restraints.

She ruled an empire of vice – but her own twisted desires made her a tortured slave. From the back: Sex and money were the double-barreled bait that made big Mark Hale take on a tracing job—and the trail led straight to a place where sex and money flowed like water!