Pulp Vampires!


by Margaret Brundage

From the beginning of the pulp era to the modern day, horror has always been a popular genre.  And with horror comes the vampires!  Vampires were a popular subject for both the writers and the readers of the pulps.  Much blood was spilt between the covers.  Here are just a few of the vampires of the pulps:

by Paul Lehman

by John Newton Howitt

by Rafael DeSoto

by Sebastia Boada

by Sebastia Boada

By CC Senf

by H. William Reusswig

by Margaret Brundage

by Robert Bonfils

by Robert Maguire

by Rudolph Belarski

Unknown Artist

It’s not really October until a vampire comes tapping at your window, asking to be invited in.

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