April 16th, 2016
Lovecraftian horror and music from beyond the spheres.
Both of these are from Derleth’s “Beyond the Threshold.”
Crypts of Space is an excellent name for a stoner metal band.
I guess that is better than being all haunted.
These two illustrations accompany Clark Ashton Smith’s “Witch Dance.”
Both images are from the Quick short story.
April 14th, 2016
War clouds gather, and Atlantis lives on.
Robert Bloch is the Zeke of Weird Tales.
“Honeymoon in Bedlam” by Nelson S. Bond
“Two Shall Be Born” by Seabury Quinn
April 3rd, 2016
In my prime material plane life, I am busy researching Edgar Allan Poe for an article. While digging through discussion of “The Raven,” I found a reference to this poem from 1842 by James Rees, published the same issue of The Philadelphia Dollar as “The Gold Bug”.
Part of the header that was cut off states that this is “a stanza for music.” It sure is Mr. Rees, it sure is.
April 2nd, 2016
Getting closer to the Nazis here, with one of these stories having those dastards fight Vikings, and this was long before Dead Snow.
Looks like we managed to dodge this one.
Also from “Seven Seconds.”
“An Adventure of a Professional Corpse” by H. Bedford Jones
“Sea Born” by Edmond Hamilton
Also from “Sea Born.”
Fight those Nazis.
March 29th, 2016
Truly it is mysterious and intriguing.
Quite highbrow with a Sidney Lanier reference.
One of several Virgil Finlay’s in this issue.
Here is another one.
These last three illustrations have been from the Seabury Quinn story.
Look out, it’s Davy Crockett.
Also from “The Red Swimmer.”
Not many haunted aviation stories anymore.
The question of who wrote Almuric when is still circulating.