Sunday, May 07, 2017

Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Dime Mystery Magazine, January 1943


This issue was published after DIME MYSTERY's Weird Menace phase, but the magazine still featured some pretty creepy covers, including this one. The main appeal for me, however, is that gorgeous redhead. And of course, stories by Day Keene, Fredric Brown, Frederick C. Davis, and Robert Turner. None of whom, I imagine, are as good-looking as that redhead . . . but I digress.

1 comment:

Todd said...

Image and perhaps model a bit doll-faced for my taste, but that was certainly (and still is) something that can stir the heart of no few...

But that is an eyecatching cover...pity they advertised only the two contributors, but more room for her, thus...