R is for Retro, the golden age of science fiction, a world of rocket ships, square-jawed heroes, bug-eyed Martians, and damsels in distress. I love pulp fiction, which is why I was so amazed by the Pulp-O-Mizer. It's an online gadget that lets you create your own customized pulp scifi magazine cover. You can set the background, title, subtitle, pretty much everything. Here's one some we made just for us:

UPDATE: Okay, I made a few more...
And I could have made a thousand more. The best part is you can save your creations as an image, a Facebook update, a poster, coffee mug, T-shirt, or even an iPad case. Check it out at: Thrilling Tales of the Downright Unusual, where you can also check out their pulp serials and stories. See you in the future!

A-z Challenge 2013

R is for Retro and Revenge From The Cosmic Ark - http://revengefromthecosmicark.blogspot.com/ 
A blog devoted to action figures and other cool scifi toys, it's like a visit back to your childhood, but you're old enough to appreciate it.

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What do you think of the Pulp-O-Mizer? Did you make any cool covers? Share them in the comments.
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Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Fun! Yours looks really cool. Go ahead - make more.

Tony Laplume said...

Pretty awesome.

Pat Dilloway said...

I played around with that a few weeks ago. I liked the one app last night called tombstonebuilder.com (I think) where you could inscribe your own tombstone.

Nigel Mitchell said...

I did, couldn't resist

Connie Gruning said...

Very cool! I'm headed back to make more!
A to Z-ing to the end
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jeremy [retro] said...

that is really cool, it takes what i love to do and make it even cooler...


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