Look Here: The first three Gor novels, with cover art by Robert Foster

Freshly scanned… interesting how the photo-reference becomes more insistent with each successive cover here…

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To view all of the covers with art by Robert Foster that I’ve scanned and posted so far, click here.

Keywords: Tarnsman of Gor, Outlaw of Gor, Priest-Kings of Gor, John Norman; Robert Foster.

Look Here: Three more SF covers with art by Kelly Freas

Travelled a bit in the past few weeks. Stopped at a few bookstores. Bought a few books. Like these, for instance:

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Keywords: To Challenge Chaos and Promised Land by Brian M. Stableford; The Werewolf Principle by Clifford D. Simak; Kelly Freas.

Look Here: Two more covers with art by Davis Meltzer

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Keywords: A Plague of Demons by Keith Laumer; World’s Best Science Fiction 1971 edited by Donald A. Wollheim and Terry Carr; Davis Meltzer.

Look Here: Four more F/SF covers with art by Bob Pepper

Freshly scanned, just for you, the long-suffering followers of Ragged Claws Network:

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Sorry I’ve been so slow to post updates. Fact is, as the site has grown, I’ve had to worry more and more about how to reduce RCN’s CPU usage. I’ve already scaled back various bells and whistles on the site, and I’ve reduced my own activity in the admin section to a bare minimum, but I fear the day is coming when I will be forced to upgrade the site to a more expensive hosting package… or shut it down… ugh…

Keywords: Islands in the Sky by Arthur C. Clarke, Seed of Light by Edmund Cooper, Legends from the End of Time by Michael Moorcock, The Island of the Mighty by Evangeline Walton, Bob Pepper.

Look Here: The “Three Damosels” trilogy with cover art by the Brothers Hildebrandt

Way back in high school, I briefly became interested in the work of the Brothers Hildebrandt, although I must say, even though I spent my very own hard-earned money on Urshurak and The Art of the Brothers Hildebrandt, I could never quite muster the same enthusiasm for them that I had — and still, in a much-qualified sense, have — for Frazetta.

The following three covers are typical of the style of the Brothers Hildebrand in the late 1970s. The influence of N.C. Wyeth is obvious here, but once one discovers the work of Wyeth himself, the art of the Brothers Hildebrandt simply will not do…

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Keywords: The Green Knight, The King’s Damosel, King Arthur’s Daughter, Vera Chapman, Tim Hildebrandt, Greg Hildebrandt.