Through the metal throat of its victim crash steel teeth; the blood of its prey — the gasoline, that is — is drained into its stomach, its gas tank
This Frank R. Paul cover painting (along with the interior illustrations which he also created) marks 12,000 posts here at Pulp Covers. Thanks for sticking around!
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This key war-time issue features the first pulp appearance of Margo Lane, a character formerly exclusive to The Shadow radio program.
It stalks rich and poor alike
The debut issue of Jungle Stories