TRUE WEIRD magazine, Nov. 1955 (COMPLETE ISSUE)
TRUE WEIRD magazine, November 1955 (COMPLETE ISSUE) -- This is a digitized, high-resolution, searchable PDF copy of Vol. 1, No. 1 of the unusual men's adventure/horror magazine TRUE WEIRD, the first of only three issues ever published. It Features wild stories about vampires, ghosts, monsters and other occult topics, with great vintage illustration art by Clarence Doore, Dwight Howe, Arthur Deque, Warren Knight, Rene De Vere, Joe Bernotte, Lester Pearson and other talented (but now little-known) mid-Twentieth Century illustrators. Plus, an introduction by publisher and bodybuilding pioneer Joseph Weider, lots of classic ads, and more. It includes some content that is politically incorrect by today's standards. For more information about post-World II men's pulp magazines, visit www.MensPulpMags.com, the Men's Adventure Magazines blog. All digitized content and commentary © Subtropic Productions LLC, 2013.