This is from January of 1939. The I, Robot being advertised on the cover is a totally different story from the better-known story by Isaac Asimov.
At first, I thought this cover was about a couple working together to solve a case. Then, I saw where she was holding the knife. This Albert Drake-illustrated cover is from 1951.
This dangerous angel is from 1930.
That’s a big knife! Next to that knife, that little gun looks like a toy. This cover is from 1938 and was done by Delos Palmer.
This is from 1938. The cover was done by Rudolph Belarski, an artist whose work has been featured many times on this site.
I took this picture at the Dallas Arboretum. Their 12 Days of Christmas display is one of my favorite parts of December.
The story may be about gunrunning but I don’t see any guns on the cover. This cover was done by Harry Barton, whose work has been featured many times in the past on the site and will probably featured many times in the future.
This Startling cover was done by the prolific Earle Bergey.
I’m not sure that disguise would work by A for effort. The cover was done by Ann Cantor, one of the few women to regularly work in the pulps.