Pulp Art re-creation: The Damned be Lovely

Pulp Art Re-creation: Alien Rescue
Bonus Bespoke Art: More Lucinda the Librarian


Another rec-creation by Horst Dounichdy-Glokken, continuing her practice of creative play with title material.



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The cover of Shock Mystery Tales from February 1963. Unfortunately I don’t know the name of the artist who did the painting. I originally blogged it in the post “The soft virgins of hell’s pit from which Satan takes a bride, etc.” at Infernal Wonders.

The Artist

Horst Dounichdy-Glokken, born 1972 in Oberhoffen-sur-Moder, Alsace, studied Communications Design and Psychology in Brussels and Berlin. She works as a freelance consultant for politicians and business leaders. Under her male pseudonym Horst Dounichdy-Glokken she has been publishing erotic comics with German S/M magazine Schlagzeilen, Weissblech Comics and French publisher La Musardine since 2011. She maintains a professional website here.