Paperback Warrior - Episode 66
On Episode 66 of The Paperback Warrior Podcast, we return to our Men’s Adventure roots with a discussion of several rare and iconic series titles in the hard-core action genre. Tom also tells a shocking and controversial book hunting story you won’t want to miss. Listen on your favorite podcast app, PaperbackWarrior.com, or download directly HERE
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Another excellent ep, guys! Your interesting background info on the C.A.T. series reminded me that the cover art for that short-lived series was done by Samson Pollen. I wrote an article focusing on Sam’s paperback cover art that's in Issue #67 of ILLUSTRATION magazine. Sam's men's adventure magazine artwork is showcased in two book in the Men's Adventure Library series I co-edit with Wyatt Doyle, POLLEN'S WOMEN and POLLEN'S ACTION. Keep up the great, groundbreaking work!ReplyDelete
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As always, I loved the podcast. Question about the Terminator: I have the first five but my information is that the 6th one never got published. I searched the web and found no evidence of its existence. Do you have any info on the matter?ReplyDelete
Awesome podcast. Just learned about you guys from Hard Case Crime. I have a lot of reading to do.ReplyDelete
Listened to about ten of your shows so far and really get a lot of enjoyment from them. I'm always on the hunt for exotica: South Seas adventures, Africa, South America, such as Dan Cushman, Carl Jacobi, and Hugh B. Cave. Hope you cover some of those in the future.ReplyDelete