Welcome to our blog series Epic Pulp Covers. Every Friday, we post one classic pulp magazine cover that, for one reason or another, catches our fancy. Why? Because we simply adore these old periodicals, inside and out. You’ll always find something of their spirit within the heart and soul of every EOWS production.
This week’s choice (courtesy of Kev)? Super Science Stories from November 1941.
Super Science Stories (November 1941)
Defeat means an unimaginable death. Victory means good eatin’ for months.
Big machinery, glowing energy balls, and a sword. Now, that’s my kind of future!
The art for this cover is credited to Robert C. Sherry.
Come back next Friday for another episode of Epic Pulp Covers.
Creating and running a Patreon campaign is not something that we take lightly. Kev and I talked about the idea at length, chewing over the pros and cons numerous times over the course of several months. After much discussion, we came to the mutual conclusion that having a Patreon is the best way to try and cover our basic operation costs, while simultaneously developing an even better product for our growing audience.
We set out to make EoWS as fun, epic, and interactive as possible. It is truly our belief that the Patreon reflects, and even expands on, those goals.
As any Patreon creator in the history of ever will tell you, each bit helps. There’s no such thing as an unwelcome dollar, or unimportant social media share. It all comes together to help make our creative goals, and our listeners’ enjoyment, possible.
Here’s a brief announcement from Kev to whet your appetite!
We’ll post an update with more details in just a couple of days, where we’ll delve into such things as the ins and outs of the different rewards tiers.