Walter Baumhofer: Pulp Art Masters

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Adventure House, 2007 - Art - 112 pages
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For just a few short years, Walter Baumhofer sprang into Pop Culture history as the first artist to imagine Doc Savage, The Man of Bronze. Baumhofer's unofficial title of "King of the Pulps" was well earned, as most publishers were envious of those few firms that he painted covers and produced art that sold the magazines well beyond the stories themselves. This book explores Walter's vast influence on pulp art, and showcases his groundbreaking images for Doc Savage as well as for other pulp titles including Dime Detective, The Spider, Dime Mystery and many others.

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