However else they might have changed, the monsters that once were men are still like men in at least one important respect. This is the cover of the August 1959 edition of Super Science Fiction, which I am reblogging from this 6 March 2016 post at Infernal Wonders, and which came into the tumblr ecosystem via this Pulp Covers post.
If you’re so inclined you can read and download this magazine at the Internet Archive. And let’s not forget that the Archive is a magnificent free Internet resource supported by user donations: please donate to them if you can.
A hentai image of unknown provenance, reblogged from this 6 March 2016 post at Infernal Wonders.
Budd Root is probably most famous for his Cavewoman series of comics and illustrations, but he has done at least one take on the Creature from the Black Lagoon. This 2004 illustration is reblogged from this 28 November post at Infernal Wonders.
This is a still from the 1960 movie Atom Age Vampire, which, in spite of its title isn’t really about a vampire but is more of a mad science flick, a knockoff of the the then recently released Les Yeux Sans Visage. I originally blogged in in this 26 November 2015 post at Infernal Wonders.
This image is Just the tip, and is part of a sequence of images in an imagined world where scientists keep the horny beast shown here in a chamber with a generous provision for observation. You can see one of our adventurous lady scientist’s colleagues observing through the glass even here. They are the work of an artist who goes by the simple and appropriate handle “madscientist,” who has a site at Hentai Foundry.
The image appears here by the kind consent of its creator.
Girls in some kind of trouble with spiders is an Erotic Mad Science tradition going all the way back to Cleo Mount’s rainforest adventures in Volume II of the Tales of Gnosis College, so it pleases me to be able to reblog this orphaned image here. It was originally blogged in this 1 November 2015 post at Infernal Wonders.
Okay, so maybe I can’t resist every opportunity for a bad pun that comes along. This image, whose provenance I have been unable to find (both of even its Tumblr sources are dead), is reblogged from this 5 September 2015 post at Infernal Wonders.
This charming scene graced the cover of the Summer 1993 edition of the move fan-mag Femmes Fatales and is reblogged here from this 4 October 2015 post at Infernal Wonders. Because I’m awful, I still own a copy of this magazine, on which the model is identified as “Monique Grassmick,” about whom, I’m sorry to say, I have been able to find out very little.
I blogged the cover in in this 7 December 2014 post, also at Infernal Wonders.
At once tentacular and horror/sci-fis-ish, this image is reblogged from this 27 September 2015 post at Infernal Wonders. Unfortunately I don’t know its ultimate provenance.
This curious rustic scene is a reblog from this 8 September 2015 post at Infernal Wonders. It was shown by a little research to be a detail from a cover of a German pulp magazine (how’s that for a scary concept?) Geister-Krimi.
“The Water-man comes Friday night.” Maybe it’s scarier in the original German.