Pulp-fiction magazines have a deep, lasting legacy that includes the ancestors of modern superheroes, countless genre storytelling conventions, and John Carter. But those enduring contributions to pop culture are insignificant compared to the awesome covers of the magazines, complete with titles like Thrilling Wonder Stories and Spicy Detective Stories. Now, the Pulp-O-Mizer will help you make your own pulp magazine cover.
Coming from “Cornelius Zappencackler’s Derange-O-Lab,” the Pulp-O-Mizer provides a wide variety of lurid fonts, background designs, and vivid names for your fictional pulp magazine, as well as several products to slap the cover on. Cornelius Zappencackler also maintains a sense of humor about the whole thing: The site warns you to “use the Pulp-O-Mizer at your own risk” because of death rays.
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