The Flowering Corpses

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Is he using attractive women as clappers in giant church bells which he controls with his Keyboard of Evil? I honestly have no idea what is going on here. None whatsoever. You can read most of this issue (minus a few missing pages) here

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2 thoughts on “The Flowering Corpses”

  1. There is a signature at the lower right hand corner. D something something K G, it looks like. Sound familiar? On second view, maybe that’s D something something K E. Drake? Albert Drake, perhaps?

    1. This cover (The Flowering Corpses), Children Of Hell and Goddess Of The Half-World Brood were all done by the same artist. Compare:

      https://pulpcovers.com/children-of-hell/
      https://pulpcovers.com/goddess-of-the-half-world-brood/

      Goddess Of The Half-World Brood actually has an Albert Drake feel to it. Checking the Pulp Artists dot com website to review his art, I find a style match for Children of Hell.

      So I’m calling all three of these: Albert Drake.

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