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A cover gallery for Weird Tales

December 1930 - Poem - The Bells

Weird Tales, December Cover illustration by Hugh Rankin for "The Wolf of St. Bonnot" by Seabury Quinn

Wierd Tales, September 1928. Cover art by C.C. Senf.

Wierd Tales, September Cover art by C.

This issue of Weird Tales (June, 1929) has stories by Robert E. Howard, August Derleth, and Seabury Quinn, among others. The Howard story features his Puritan swashbuckler, Solomon Kane (Rattle of Bones). The cover is by Hugh Rankin. Cover artist: Hugh Rankin

This issue of Weird Tales (June, has stories.

Weird Tales | Tellers of Weird Tales: Earl Leaston Bell (1895-1972)

A cover gallery for Weird Tales

Weird Tales, July 1942

Weird Tales

atomic-flash: Is The Devil A Gentleman? - Weird Tales Vol. 6 (July, Cover Art by pioneer female pulp artist Margaret Brundage. (via Leo Boudreau)

Margaret Brundage broke two taboos at the same time with her iconic covers for Weird Tales magazine in the 1930s. She was a woman working in the male-dominated world of fantasy art, and her covers were racy and titillating, even for the pulp era.

The Woman Whose Pulp Art Was Too Sexy for "Public Decency"

Weird Tales of Margaret Brundage - Dieselpunks

Cover of the pulp magazine Weird Tales (May 1935, vol. 25, no. 5) featuring The Death Cry by Arthur B. Reeve. Cover art by Margaret Brundage.  Cover date May 1935

Cover of the pulp magazine Weird Tales (May vol. featuring The Death Cry by Arthur B. Cover art by Margaret Brundage. Cover date May 1935

Weird Tales | Weird Tales: January 1945 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Margaret Brundage, Weird Tales This is the last Weird Tales cover for Margaret Brundage. Her run of WT covers began with the September 1932 issue (near the bottom of this board) and covered 65 issues.

15c July- Death's bookkeeper http://visualmelt.com/Weird-Tales-Magazine-covers

15c July- Death's bookkeeper http://visualmelt.com/Weird-Tales-Magazine-covers

November- A tale of awful amber doom . . . http://visualmelt.com/Weird-Tales-Magazine-covers

November- A tale of awful amber doom . . . http://visualmelt.com/Weird-Tales-Magazine-covers

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Weird Tales - 1938 - Portada de M.

Weird Tales Magazine issue from 1943.

by Jack Seabrook “The Geezenstacks” was the first of three Fredric Brown stories to appear in Weird Tales (September The othe.

Weird Tales Magazine - 1932 Sep - Margaret Brundage Cover Art

realbroad: “ Cover art by Margaret Brundage, September 1932 ”

scificovers:  Weird Talesvol 15 no 3 March 1930. Cover by C. C. Senf illustratingThe Drums of Damballah by Seabury Quinn.

scificovers: Weird Talesvol 15 no 3 March Cover by C. Senf illustratingThe Drums of Damballah by Seabury Quinn.

Weird Tales March 1939-small

Weird Tales March 1939-small

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