Fearless heroes . . . seductive dames . . . horrific villains . . . and thrilling drama! The artwork on the covers of pulp fiction magazines from the 1920s through the 1940s was as sensationalistic, lurid — and utterly delicious — as the tales inside. Now, 30 stylized covers appear in this graphic gallery for you to color any way you please.
I don't really understand it, but it makes me laugh.