Posts Tagged: pulp future

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theremina:

The incomparable Katharine Hepburn as a smouldering, irresistible aviatrix in Christopher Strong (1933). Costume designs by Walter Plunkett and Howard Greer. 

I need to see this on about a million different levels.

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shitifindon:

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erictrautmann:

The seriously enviable talent of Laurent Durieux.

Agreed.

sabotabby

Oh my!

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superdames:

A collection of wonderful title panels from female-led comics of the 1940s. (Click each image for source info & credits.)

OMG MUST READ.

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workman:

magictransistor:

Frank R. Paul , Science Wonder Stories, 1929.

Katamari Damacy, 1920s pulp fiction style.

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The most horrifying thing about this is that I’m pretty sure slime is singular.

Happy Halloween, Tumblrites!

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ALL OF THE SPACE IMAGES

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It’s a robot! That’s also a monster! Also people get naked, which is a nice bonus.

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Imagine yourself transported into a pulp sci-fi universe. You’ve already seen bubble cars (alas, even in this world, there are no jetpacks) and had a run-in with a videophone. Now you’re holed up in your cheap, noirish hotel room, and you are confronted with an object or device that reminds you of just how weird this place is, and just how far from home you are.

What would that object or device be?